by Will Conquer
A young “computer geek” named Carlo Acutis, who created a website cataloguing every reported Eucharistic miracle in the world and died of leukemia a year later at age fifteen, was beatified in November 2019, after a healing miracle in Brazil was attributed to his intercession. Since the beatification ceremony one year later, solemn crowds have been filing past the exposed relics of the blessed youth in Assisi’s Church of Santa Maria Maggiore.
by Dr. Ray Guarendi
In some teachings, Jesus is two millennia ahead of what psychology is only now coming to understand. In others, He directly contradicts what today’s psychology preaches. In these pages, Dr. Ray explores the teachings of both modern psychology and Jesus Christ to identify the therapy tools worth employing — and those we should avoid. Most notably, he helps us understand that every tool and counseling guideline worth pursuing can find its roots directly in the words of Christ.
by Mother Mary Francis, PCC
Many authors have written about the Beatitudes, but none with the spiritual wisdom and exceptional clarity of Mother Mary Francis. She masterfully unpacks the meaning of each Beatitude, showing how they all interconnect to present a roadmap to holiness and happiness. Best of all, she helps you analyze your own life in light of the Beatitudes so you can chart a course toward reaching the pinnacle of holiness to which Christ is calling you.
by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti
by Prof. Roberto De Mattei
Professor de Mattei makes clear that Pope Pius V was so effective and so holy that no pontificate can be judged without measuring it against his. Here, at last, is the complete life and times of one of the Church’s greatest prelates by one of her finest historians.
by Eric Sammons
Eric Sammons, a former diocesan director of evangelization and now the editor-in-chief of Crisis Magazine, pulls the curtain back on the rise of religious indifference, uncovering a wealth of fascinating particulars about what made the “old” Church work, and what is causing the “new” to collapse. He identifies the most damaging distortions of the Faith, presented as progress, and explains why Church leaders felt compelled to upend traditional Catholic life.
by Fr. John Trigilio, Fr. Ken Brighenti
As on the Web of Faith television program, their conversational style opens fresh lines of questioning to which Fr. Trigilio and Fr. Brighenti provide clear, insightful answers. The result is 400 pages of rewarding material touching on practically every category of Church life and Catholic teaching imaginable.
by Nicole Caruso
In this beautiful, first-of-its-kind book, Nicole guides you through the steps involved in cultivating your personal style that celebrates your unique genius, mission, and vocation and that’s reflective of a Catholic worldview.
by Adam Blai
In this fascinating, eye-opening book, Adam Blai offers a uniquely comprehensive, careful, and thoughtful exploration of miracles, the Church’s process of approving them, and the telltale signs of demonic counterfeits.
by Philip Lawler
In this clear-eyed book about the real Covid crisis, Philip Lawler dissects how Church leaders and the faithful responded to this health emergency. He explains the devastating effects on society when Church leaders tell their people not to attend Sunday Mass, and when they ban Confession, marriages, and baptisms. He tackles the dangerous consequences of treating schoolchildren like lepers and explores the ethics of vaccines and the plight of parish priests caught in the middle.
by Angela Smyth
All You Holy Women, Pray for Us is the perfect introduction for little ones looking to learn about some of the holiest saints in the Catholic Church.
by Austin Ruse
Ruse argues that, as dark as these days seem to be, future generations will look upon this generation with envy that they could not have been here with us in these dangerous times when everything seems so lost.
by Paul Chaloux
In this transformative and enlightening book, Dr. Paul Chaloux demonstrates that suffering is not retribution from an angry, vengeful God but the saving action of a loving God who directs us away from evil and toward eternal joy in Heaven.
by Dan LeRoy
Dan LeRoy shows that Catholics did something more remarkable than just support the patriot cause: they helped lead it.
by Mother Angelica
An ever-faithful disciple of the Church and Her Tradition, Mother Angelica saved her most precious words for her viewers. The fruit of her years of prayerful reflections as a Poor Clare Nun of Perpetual Adoration, this book is a beautiful accompaniment to prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament or at home.
El Reino de los Cielos es un lugar de una belleza indescriptible, donde todo el dolor, sufrimiento y lágrimas dejarán de existir y Dios, que es Uno y Trino, está sentado en su Trono rodeado por bellos ángeles magníficos que proclaman y bendicen Su Santo Nombre por toda la eternidad.
by Dr. Gerard Verschuuren
Celebrated Catholic scientist Dr. Gerard Verschuuren explores and synthesizes the various scientific studies conducted on the Shroud —including those analyzing DNA, blood, carbon, pollen, textile, and anatomical issues — as well as its storied history.
by Sophia Institute Press
Vividly and imaginatively illustrated in lavish color, a vintage classic that sold in the countless thousands for two for two generations is now back in print from Sophia Institute Press.
by Raymond Arroyo
This inspiring story begins when the Holy Family is set upon by roadside thieves. Jesus is a young boy—and the lead bandit is the Bad Thief. His accomplice is a young man named Dismas, later the Good Thief.
by Vicki Burbach
In these powerful pages, author Vicki Burbach contrasts our selfish worldly culture with the way Christians are called to live, illuminating the essential role that sacrifice must play in every worthy human life.
by Fr. Gerald Vann
by Anthony DeStefano
In this charming sequel to his bestselling book, Our Lady’s Wardrobe, Anthony DeStefano introduces Catholic children to more well-known images of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Only this time, he doesn’t use Our Lady’s clothes to teach children about the Mother of God, but rather, he gives kids a peek into her own personal “picture book.”
by Fr. Edward Looney
In what promises to become a spiritual classic, Fr. Edward Looney’s Meditations after Holy Communion guides your prayers during those intimate moments with the Lord following Holy Communion, elevating your soul and mind and leading you into a deeper relationship with Christ.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
by Fr. Thomas G. Morrow
In this powerful, life-changing book, Fr. Thomas Morrow shows us how the devil uses our thoughts to throw us off balance and draw us into sin.
by Fr. Thomas F. Dailey, O.S.F.S
Fr. Dailey’s brilliant combination of Salesian spirituality and meditative devotion will enable you to respond to Christ’s “divine affection” and experience God’s love as never before.
by Fr. Timothy Gallagher
by Susan Tassone
by Claire Dwyer
Few saints have spoken to hearts as acutely as St. Elizabeth of the Trinity, who has helped even the busiest, weariest, and most distracted of us create an inner chamber within our souls where we can rest in God’s peace and love.
by Fr. Quan Tran
In The Imitation of Mary, Fr. Quan Tran shows you how to imitate the twelve essential qualities of Mary in order to unleash a torrent of graces in your life.
by Peter Kwasniewski
A powerful and timely book by scholar Peter Kwasniewski that exalts the divine gift of the Blessed Sacrament, which can never be too much adored, too much loved, too much cared for, or too much sacrificed for.
by Caroline Perkins
This delightful book helps the saints become relatable and inspirational to young readers. It ends with words of encouragement for all to strive for sainthood.
by Fr. Charles Connor
by Teresa Tomeo
by Fr. George William Rutler
by Tod Smith, Ulises Arreola Palmera, Kevin West, Mark McNabb, Terry Pallot, Gordon Purcell, Jason Millet, Dan Davis, Edgar Salazar
by Anne Hendershott
The Politics of Envy is the first book to provide a sociocultural probe into the root cause of the deadly sin of envy, and it charts a proven path out of this disordered and destructive thinking.
This new children’s Christmas book by bestselling author Anthony DeStefano tells the story of a mean-spirited, prideful old ox who has lost his sight — both physically and spiritually — but who nevertheless experiences the transformative power of God’s grace after he is present at the birth of Jesus Christ in a humble stable in Bethlehem.
by Joseph Stuart
by David Geisser, Thomas Kelly
The Christmas Vatican Cookbook shares with the world the glorious spirit of joy and feasting that characterizes Christmastime at the Vatican.
by Kathleen Beckman
by Jerry Usher, Debbie Georgianni
Almost every Catholic today knows someone who has wavered or fallen away from the Faith. These pages will show you how others have successfully dealt with this age-old but rapidly accelerating problem, and why you should never lose hope.
The Catholic Reader’s Bible is perfect for brief devotional moments as well as for long, delightful hours of extended reading.
by F.X. Cronin
by Edward Pentin
When Pope Francis' pontificate has passed, it's very likely that one of the nineteen cardinals featured in these pages will be elected to become the next Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church.
by LeAnn Thieman
Since the beginning of time and throughout all history, people have inspired and upheld one another by sharing their stories of faith, in times of trial and in times of joy.
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