by Vicki Burbach
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by Fr. Frederick William Faber
by Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
Leave behind the humdrum spiritual life and open the door to the road to sainthood - Fr. Broom is ready to show you the way!
by Mother Angelica
A profoundly practical, humorous, and common-sense approach to answering life’s vexing questions, Mother Angelica gently confronts your real-life struggles.
by Judy Keane
by Johnnette Benkovic
by Kathleen Beckman
Here retreat master Kathleen Beckman offers a guide for a healing retreat based on Divine Mercy in Scripture and in the lives of the Saints.
by Fr. Thomas F. Dailey, O.S.F.S
Learn St. Francis de Sales’s technique of daily prayer and grace-filled awareness that will transform your life— no matter how busy your lifestyle.
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 Fr. George William Rutler
In our age, Christ’s Parables are often reduced to exercises in moralism. Here Fr. George Rutler unveils their hidden meanings and how they apply to us.
by Rita Ford
This Leader's Edition will help you guide your group through the Study Guide for I Believe in Love as you explore the teachings of St. Therese more deeply.
This study guide helps you explore the teachings of St. Therese more deeply while inspiring you to integrate them into your daily lives.
by Fr. Thomas G. Morrow
In these pages, the wise Fr. Morrow shows you how to pull the rug out from beneath your anger and reclaim a life of peace and grace.
by Archbishop Luis M. Martinez
Martinez shows you how to live in the obscurity of faith, detached both from consolations and desolations, and why this is best for your soul.
by Dom Jean-Baptiste Chautard
Praised by Popes, cardinals and bishops, Spiritual Handbook for Catholic Evangelists was an instant hit when it was first published in 1912.
by St. Francis De Sales, Marguerite Duportal, Fr. John A. Kane, Fr. Raoul Plus, Fr. Francis J. Remler
Written by some of the Church's greatest saints and theologians, these short, accessible books will help you deeply commit to Christ, engage in an active prayer life, and overcome common challenges and obstacles that confront you along the way to heaven.
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.
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 David Clayton
With simplicity and holy wisdom, authors David Clayton and Leila Marie Lawler show you how to bring peace, calm, and the true joy of Mother Church to your home.
by Fr. Romano Guardini, St. John Henry Newman, Bishop Jacques-Benigne Bossuet
by Fr. John Bartunek
"How can one not recognize in our age... confession must be rediscovered and proposed anew?" --Pope Benedict XVI
Every new liturgical season is a spiritual fresh start, a spiritual clean slate. Are you getting ready? This Retreat Guide will help prepare you.
Amidst all the noise of our world, how can we focus on what really matters? In this Retreat Guide, we will set our sights on the most important aspect of life.
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 Patricia Treece
by St. Francis De Sales, Christopher O. Blum
From young St. Francis de Sales comes this defense of the Catholic practice of making the Sign of the Cross, which Calvinists denounced as a Popish invention.
by Fr. Romanus Cessario, O.P., Craig Steven Titus, Paul C. Vitz
Philosophical Virtues and Psychological Strengths aims to establish the basis for developing a common framework for understanding morality and psychology.
by Anthony Esolen
This brilliant reflection shows how we can take events in the life of Christ as the touchstone for all that happens to us on our journey from time to eternity.
by Tim Staples
Don't you wish everyone you knew was Catholic? In his groundbreaking DVD, Why Be Catholic?, apologist Tim Staples offers an engaging and simple solution: "Catholicism has the cure for what ails each of us." Using an entertaining speaking style, backed up by logic and science, Tim leaves his audience with answers to our most fundamental questions.
by Matthew Leonard
by St. Therese of Lisieux
This Act of Oblation by St. Thérèse of Lisieux was one of the key hallmarks of her attaining the heights of holiness in such a short time.
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 Zsolt Aradi
There are more false claims about miracles than nearly anything else — by skeptics and believers alike, few of whom know what the Church says about miracles.
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.
Kevin Vost shows you how to discover each of your ten talents, and then how to understand and perfect them.
by Fr. Raoul Plus
Fr. Plus is here able to make his spiritual advice on prayer both concrete and universal - suited to each of us as if we were speaking with him face-to-face.
by Fr. Bede Jarrett
These brief meditations will invigorate your desire to speak to God, not only during crises but also in the ordinary course of your day.
Relying on the words of Jesus and the lives of the saints, Fr. Plus maps out a sure path to the simplicity that bestows happiness, courage, and inner peace.
by Fr. Charles Arminjon
This marvelous book will show you how to read the signs of the times and prepare you to bear yourself as a Christian no matter what the future holds.
by Art Bennett, Laraine Bennett
In no other kind of human relationship is knowledge of the temperaments so critical and so fruitful as in a Christian marriage.
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.
St. Thomas Aquinas perfected an easy method for his students to memorize most any information, but especially the truths taught by Christ and His Church.
Unlock the secret of your personality and learn how to be a better spouse, parent, friend, and Christian.
by Marguerite Duportal
Learn to bear your troubles well, and how to avoid the mistakes that make your spiritual burdens heavier.
Learn how to listen for the soft voice of the Spirit calling from within, inviting you to know, love, and cooperate with Him in all things great and small.
by St. Francis De Sales
Discover a way of growing holier through the simple things in life — work, play, and rest. Learn to avoid distractions and focus your energy on loving God!
Fr. Raoul Plus’s no-nonsense prayer manual shows how we can pray without ceasing — even at times when exhaustion is crippling and cares begin to sweep us away.
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Archbishop Fulton Sheen shows you how to win a lasting victory over vice.
Bishop Sheen shows that Christianity makes good sense — even to nonbelievers. Christianity alone can explain the presence of goodness and evil in the world.
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