by James Papandrea
by Dena Hunt
This gripping, heartrending tale shows us that it’s not power that writes the true history of the world; it’s faithful love alone that can awaken and sustain.
by Brennan Pursell
A royal courtship seeks to make peace between warring enemies. In this novel based on actual events, Brennan Pursell has crafted a moving tale of faith, courage, danger, and hope, a tale in which the fate of nations hangs on the love of two young people: Prince Charles of England and Princess María of Spain.
by Michelle Buckman
After the death of her daughter, grief-spawned delusions cause Rachel to lose her husband, house, and custody of her son. Yet hope comes from unlikely places.
by Claudia Cangilla McAdam
Age Range: 8 and up
A young girl, taken back to the time of Jesus, gets a first-hand account of the Crucifixion.
by Henry Garnett
Age Range: 10 and up
Author Henry Garnett brings to life the drama of a nation where unjust laws forced good men and women to choose between their country and their Faith.
In this thrilling novel, Guido, son of a wealthy Venetian merchant, finds himself alongside Don John of Austria in the legendary Battle of Lepanto.
by Regina Doman
In its mother’s womb, a tiny baby grows, explores the waters, and talks with the angel who is there. This story and artwork will delight young and old alike.
En el vientre de mamá, un pequeño bebé crece, explora las aguas, y habla con el angelito que ahí lo acompaña. Read the entire book on-line in English or in Spanish.
by Marigold Hunt
In this surprising adventure catechism two children travel back in time to witness exciting scenes from the history of creation.
by Caryll Houselander
Age Range: 4 and up
Caryll Houselander’s delightful stories of princes and gypsies, bishops, bears, and Catholic boys and girls remind us that evil is never a match for goodness.
Catholic Tales for Boys and Girls includes 12 exciting stories of angels from the Bible in a simple, yet not shallow way.
by Gertrude Von Le Fort
This classic Catholic novel unfolds around Blanche de la Force, who enters a Carmelite convent amid the chaos and horror of the French Revolution. Blanche is so timorous that she seems unsuited to the rigors of religious life even at the best of times — and horribly misplaced as the Reign of Terror begins to stain France with the blood of a new generation of martyrs.
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