by Elisabeth Leseur
When Elizabeth Leseur's husband, Felix — an avowed atheist — discovered this diary, he converted and later answered God's call to become a priest.
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 Leo J. Trese
No matter how dedicated to Christ you are, familiarity can blunt your fervor and even make you less vigilant against sin. That’s why you need this warm guide!
by Dan Burke
by St. Thomas Aquinas
This volume brings you all of St. Thomas’s known prayers and hymns in their Latin originals, along with new English translations.
by Archbishop Luis M. Martinez
Huge in scope, yet simple and readable, this book covers virtually everything there is to know about the Spirit’s role in our salvation.
by Fr. Lawrence G. Lovasik
The wisdom of this book will rescue your prayers from distraction and superficiality and transform them into real occasions for communion with God.
by Fr. Romano Guardini
Msgr. Romano Guardini offers clear explanations of the Rosary and fresh insights into the Mysteries found within it.
Learn how to cultivate virtue so that you’ll please God in what you do— not just in what you don’t do. Here are ways to make the key virtues that lead you to God a permanent part of your character.
Perfect as an introduction to prayer — or as a guidebook for those who already pray — this book offers down-to-earth guidance on every aspect of prayer life.
by Michael Davies
Mr. Davies gives an impressive exposition of the facts and the meaning he attaches to them in the light of Trent, the Pontifical letter Apostolicae Curae of Pope Leo XIII, other official documents, and also the Canterbury Declaration on Ministry and Ordination in the Anglican and Catholic Churches. He rightly rejects the latter completely as a totally ambiguous document.
by St. John Henry Newman
In this more modest work, his Everyday Meditations, we encounter not Newman the intellectual but Newman the simple Christian, on his knees face-to-face with God.
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