by Kathleen Beckman
by Fr. Gabriele Amorth
Let Father Amorth teach you how to protect yourself from the wiles and nefarious actions of the Devil.
by Dan Burke
Dan Burke presents the venerable, time-tested wisdom of Catholic mystics to help you understand the influence of the Enemy on your mind and heart, and the tactics you need to combat him.
Tall and balding with laughing eyes and a welcoming smile, Father Gabriele Amorth spent decades battling the Devil one-on-one, performing literally tens of thousands of exorcisms. When Father Amorth died in 2016, he was the world’s most famous exorcist, a legendary, miraculous chaser of demons.
by Venatius Oforka
by Fr. Paolo Carlin
Longtime exorcist Fr. Paolo Carlin first turns to the Bible, the teachings of the Church, and his own experiences to demonstrate the reality of Satan and delineate how he tempts each of us to do evil.
by Rev. P.J. Michel
Learn where your temptations come from and how to rid yourself of their hold on you.
Fr. Gabriele Amorth, the renowned exorcist in Rome, gives us this powerful, eye-opening book on the deadly antics of Satan and his fallen angels.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
Read this book, and you’ll walk away armed with an arsenal of practical weapons to combat these sins and to clear the path for a more profound union with God.
by Jean Lhermitte
Unhinged or unholy? Fiend or fraud? That’s the question addressed in these pages by the world-famous French neuropsychiatrist Jean Lhermitte.
by Nicolas Corte
In these pages, Nicolas Corte gives you incontrovertible proof that Satan exists, that he and his legions of devils assault you daily.
by Dr. Aaron Kheriaty
This book helps you to distinguish depression from similar looking, but fundamentally different, mental states such as guilt, sloth, and the darkness of sin.
by Dom Bruno Webb
In this slim volume, you’ll find the most convincing explanation of the mystery of evil available today.
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.
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