by Hugh Ross Williamson
The Young People's Book of Saints explores the lives of sixty-three saints of the Western Church from the 1st to the 20th Century.
by St. Augustine Of Hippo
Here are questions we all ask — answered by a Saint! Fr. Cliff Ermatinger has gathered Augustine’s teachings into a simple question-and-answer format.
by Rev. Aloysius Roche
Age Range: 12 and up
Although written primarily for youthful readers, this is sure to interest all who find encouragement in the courageous achievements of Christians.
by Raissa Maritain
Age Range: 4 and up
Initially written for children, but a delight for grownups as well, these pages show the beauty and holiness that belonged especially to Saint Thomas Aquinas.
by Jean Danielou
These pages draw from the early Church Fathers to show us who the angels really are, and how — in every instant — they are working for your salvation and mine.
by Henri Daniel-Rops
Here are the tales of those saints who, though young, have joined the ranks of the greatest saints: some by dying for their faith; many more by living for it.
by Mark Miravalle
Meet Mary teaches you everything the Bible says about her, what the early Christians believed, and all of the Church’s key Marian teachings of 2,000 years.
by Archbishop Alban Goodier
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 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.
These charming and often humorous stories of eminently human saints will ease your soul and help bring you good dreams, giving you fresh hope for the morning.
by Marigold Hunt
Age Range: 8 and up
Modern believers may be tempted to look at angels as a fanciful element of Scripture, but there are just too many Biblical accounts for them to be allegorical.
by Rev. John A. O'Brien
John A. O’Brien has crafted the terrifying, inspiring, and true tale of the struggles of the Jesuit missionaries seeking to bring Catholicism to the new world.
by Alice Curtayne
Alice Curtayne has collected stories that reflect not only the holiness but also the gaiety of the saints, telling them as a true Irish storyteller.
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 C. J. D'Elbee
A wondrous distillation of the teachings of St. Thérèse of Lisieux on God’s love and on confidence in Him. Learn to rest in God amid the troubles of life.
by Mary MacArthur, Anna Maria Mendell
Color your way through the Liturgical year!
by Fr. Romano Guardini
Msgr. Romano Guardini offers clear explanations of the Rosary and fresh insights into the Mysteries found within it.
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