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 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 Christina Chase
Crippled though she is, author Christina Chase’s fearful disabilities have led her not into anger, bitterness, or despair, but rather into a profound and exceptional encounter with God’s love itself—an encounter that you, too, can experience through the gentle allure of Christina’s witness.
by Michele Casella
Discover how Comunità Cenacolo has become a source of hope and resurrection for many people lost in a world of darkness, who are sad, marginalized, desperate, drugged.
by Maggie Green
In this book, Maggie Green shows how you can faithfully follow the example of Saint Monica, whose prayers, tears, and witness eventually led to the conversion of both her husband and her son, Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church.
by Fr. Timothy Gallagher
With warmth, understanding, and pastoral skill, Fr. Timothy Gallagher provides here a hopeful invitation to all who struggle to overcome the greatest obstacle of all in the spiritual life — discouragement.
by James Papandrea
In There Will Be Hugs in Heaven, author James Papandrea brings clarity to the mystery of life after death and gives hope and peace to the grieving by reassuring them that heaven is indeed a reunion with their lost loved ones.
by Mother Angelica
Mother Angelica, celebrated Foundress of EWTN Global Catholic Network, brings clarity to the enigma of eternal life with God and pours light upon the greatest mystery of all – Heaven itself – in these insightful pages.
by Fr. Wade Menezes
Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell; these are the Four Last Things toward which we are moving each hour of the day and night. This book explains and explores these vital doctrines of Holy Mother Church.
by Fr. Nicolas J. Laforet
In this work, praised by Pope Pius IX, Fr. Nicolas J. Laforet lays out the spiritual causes of unbelief, and shows the antidotes necessary to remedy each.
by Jeannie Ewing
Grief touches all of us, but it does not have to paralyze us with fear or inaction, rather, it can be fruitful for our spiritual lives.
by Francois Rene Blot
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 Dr. Ronda Chervin
Avoiding Bitterness in Suffering will bring courage and hope that in Christ and in communion with his saints, you can triumph over every kind of adversity.
Chiara has a special charisma, a particular facet through which God is reflected and which makes love overflow despite the sorrow from great loss in her life.
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.
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 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 Marguerite Duportal
Learn to bear your troubles well, and how to avoid the mistakes that make your spiritual burdens heavier.
by Dom Bruno Webb
In this slim volume, you’ll find the most convincing explanation of the mystery of evil available today.
by Father Henri Morice
This book will banish from your mind the temptation to think that events unfold according to blind chance, or that evil ultimately triumphs in this world.
by David L. Greenstock
Here is a goldmine for Christian caregivers and essential reading for those who wisely want to be ready for serious illness and death.
by St. Catherine Of Genoa
St. Catherine of Genoa’s sensible view of Purgatory, tainted neither by superstition nor by skepticism, reveals the glow of God’s love in those purifying fires.
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