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Catechism of the Seven Sacraments

by Kevin and Mary O’Neill

Set in a vivid comic-book format with stunning photographs, this book makes profound theological concepts accessible to both the Catholic and the curious, the child and the adult.

Rorate Cœli

by The Monks of Clear Creek

From Rorate Cœli, the first words of the Saturday Mass of the Blessed Virgin in Advent, to the Mass of the vigil of Christmas, listeners will be treated to the mystical sounds of the Advent/early Christmas season.

Life of Christ

by Fr. Giuseppe Ricciotti

Fr. Giuseppe Ricciotti’s Life of Christ is a monumental work in which the author surveys the chronology, history, customs, and geography pertinent to the life of Christ.

The Gods of Atheism

by Fr. Vincent Miceli S.J.

Fr. Vincent Miceli breaks new ground in this fascinating analysis of seventeen Enlightenment theologians and philosophers who contributed to the rise of atheism.

God’s Plan For Your Marriage

by Fr. Robert J. Altier

In this thought-provoking and uplifting book, Fr. Robert Altier unpacks the theological significance of the Sacrament of Marriage and brilliantly explains how it has been a part of God's plan from the beginning - and will eventually be fulfilled at the Marriage Banquet of the Lamb in Heaven.

Icon of Trust

by Fr. Slawomir Szkredka, S.S.D.

Here is the singular book you need to grow in total abandonment to divine providence and deepen your trust in God - and to appreciate as your mother and model in faith Mary, whose loving obedience is central to the achievement of your salvation.

War and Peace Sheen Anthology

by Archbishop Fulton J. SheenAllan Smith

Witnessing the growing threat of communism, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen recognized that modern atheism was a new type of Messianism threatening to beguile and conquer humanity.

The Precious Gift of Old Age

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The fear of growing old is a universal burden. Here's the book you need to ensure that you move into and through old age with grit and grace. Fr. John LaFarge shows you how to conquer any fear of aging - and how to make your golden years the best years of your life.

Gethsemane

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In Gethsemane , readers will discover why it is imperative to uphold divine revelation, to recognize Original Sin and man's need for salvation, and consistently to reaffirm Catholic doctrines and dogma.

The Seven Steps to Sanctification

by Walter Farrell, O.PDominic Hughes, O.P.

The renowned Dominican priests Frs. Walter Farrell and Dominic Hughes will help you deepen your relationship with God as they take you on a journey through the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.

The Truth about Purgatory

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Many books on Purgatory reflect upon what you can do to help the Holy Souls suffering there. But this informative and reassuring book offers practical tips on what you can do to avoid the pains of Purgatory yourself. And the good news is, you don't have to endure martyrdom; you just have to grow in virtue.

The Holy Mass

by Kevin and Mary O’Neill

Charming Catholic friends Fulton and Cynthia return in this vivid comic-book format to take children on a simple yet profound journey through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Christ and the Powers of Darkness

by J. Godfrey Raupert

A crucial book for our own day. Every Catholic should read it, in whole or at least in part.

Frequent Confession

by Fr. Benedict Baur, O.S.B.

This is the book you need to discover the significant advantages of frequent Confession and the keys to making each Confession more fruitful

You Are Called to Greatness

by Leo J. Trese

In these short, compelling chapters, Fr. Leo Trese brilliantly explains how we can manifest our faith, hope, and love for God in our everyday lives, and he shares concrete ways you can grow in zeal through simple actions.

Visions and Revelations

by Fr. Gabriel Of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D.

This is the book that explains everything you need to know about true Catholic mysticism. Spiritual master Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D., will guide you in understanding contemplative prayer and the preeminence of faith over revelations in the spiritual life.

Overcoming Worldly Concerns

by Archbishop Alban Goodier

It's not enough simply to call yourself a Christian or attend Sunday Mass: you need to decide to live for God rather than for yourself. To help you do so, Archbishop Alban Goodier explains how giving yourself to God will ennoble you and bring you great rewards.
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