by Fr. Gerald Vann
by Susan Tassone
by Archbishop Georg Ganswein
Archbishop Gänswein’s stunning reflections on the Stations of the Cross will give life to your own Stations of the Cross devotions and awaken in you a love and sympathy for our Lord greater than any you have felt before.
by Christopher Carstens
A Devotional Journey into the Easter Mystery shows readers how prayerful participation in the Paschal Mystery brings life, joy, and holiness. It’s a powerful aid for every Christian who seeks to make Lent and Easter a truly life-changing experience.
by Fr. Edward Looney
A Lenten Journey with Mother Mary invites you to walk with the world’s singular model of faith and purity — the Virgin Mary herself — each day of your Lenten spiritual pilgrimage to Easter.
by Danny Abramowicz
Retired NFL star Danny Abramowicz shares key details of his journey down the Road to Spiritual Fitness and provides you with some of the first-class tools that have sustained him along the way (and will sustain you, too).
by Francois Mauriac
A Catholic Novelist's Dramatic look at the events of Holy Thursday, Nobel laureate Francois Mauriac walks you through the Last Supper and more in this enduring classic. In this beautifully drawn and moving portrait, he brings you closer to the great mysteries that won salvation for us all.
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
For the first time ever, Archbishop Fulton Sheen's complete writings and reflections on Christ’s last words have been compiled into this one book.
by Philip Dion
Fr. Philip Dion shows you how to pray more deeply, how to identify and root out your faults, how to make your confessions more fruitful, how to abandon yourself to God’s will, and more.
by Fr. Ralph Gorman
Here for the ordinary reader is an unforgettable moment-by-moment account that brings to vivid life the powerful events that transpired between Jesus’ Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane and His death on the Cross at Golgotha.
by Fr. Bill Casey
Fr. Bill Casey turns our attention to Jesus in brief reflections on topics ranging from the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist to the role that the Blessed Virgin Mary plays in every healthy prayer life.
by Fr. Wade Menezes
Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell; these are the Four Last Things toward which we are moving each hour of the day and night. This book explains and explores these vital doctrines of Holy Mother Church.
by Mother Angelica
Mother Angelica’s meditations combine the spiritual insights of a master with the warmth of a loving mother. Her short but powerful reflections will lift your soul to Heaven and lead you into a thoughtful and penetrating reflection on the love of God and the life of Our Lady.
by J. Charles Wall
Here you’ll read of the tree from which the Cross was made, the Nails, the Crown, the Thorns, and even His Blood, all treasured by Christians for generations.
by Bishop Emmanuel De Gibergues
Essential (and easy) reading for busy Catholics, Strength in Simplicity shows you how to grow closer to God in the things you already do every day.
by Archbishop Luis M. Martinez
Martinez shows how you can make better sense of your life once you realize that God has actually been closest to you when He seemed farthest away.
by Fr. Romano Guardini, St. John Henry Newman, Bishop Jacques-Benigne Bossuet
by Bishop Jacques-Benigne Bossuet, Christopher O. Blum
Bishop Bossuet's eloquence will have you not merely remember the events of Christ's Crucifixion; it will have you spiritually walk with Him on His journey.
by Fr. Romano Guardini
For the restless or distracted at Mass, here you’ll learn how to quiet your soul in order to grow more receptive to the graces Christ offers you in the Mass.
by St. John Of Avila
In these pages St. John of Avila, doctor of the Church, explains how suffering is frequently the means by which God reveals His mercy and design for our lives.
by Archbishop Alban Goodier
Our Lord was Perfect Man because he was also God. Christ alone reveals that our existence has a meaning, a direction, and that holiness is worth striving for
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.
God's grace can conquer every human flaw . . . Christ came not to call saints but to make them — often out of weak, stupid, and sinful men.
by Mary Reed Newland
Celebrate the Faith with your kids — all year round; give them the gift of a fully lived faith, every day and in every season.
by Marguerite Duportal
Learn to bear your troubles well, and how to avoid the mistakes that make your spiritual burdens heavier.
Archbishop Fulton Sheen shows you how to win a lasting victory over vice.
by Lorenzo Scupoli
St. Francis de Sales carried a copy of this book in his pocket for 18 years. It doesn’t just describe the Christian life — it also shows you how to live it.
by Fr. Jean Nicholas Grou
This book is a tough, uncompromising handbook to help you deal with all the obligations and problems of the spiritual life.
by Fr. Francis J. Remler
Here an experienced priest shows you how to direct your heart away from temptations and toward God, and how to overcome the world in Christ.
by Fr. John A. Kane
Here you’ll get solid guidelines to help you make the most of this sacrament and carry its grace into your daily life. Try it!
by Fr. Basil W. Maturin
Christian Self-Mastery explains why following Christ can be so difficult — and how you can start to make progress even in the most vexing areas of your life.
by David L. Greenstock
Here is a goldmine for Christian caregivers and essential reading for those who wisely want to be ready for serious illness and death.
by St. Francis De Sales
Learn what God’s will is and how He reveals it — in even the seemingly random events of your life.
by Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand
Discover the incredible strength of humility, the only virtue that has the power to drive pride — the most dangerous sin of all — from your soul.
by A. G. Sertillanges
Written by Rev. A. G. Sertillanges, this acclaimed devotional classic gives you vivid and dramatic details not included in the Gospel.
by St. Catherine Of Genoa
St. Catherine of Genoa’s sensible view of Purgatory, tainted neither by superstition nor by skepticism, reveals the glow of God’s love in those purifying fires.
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