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The Illustrated Liturgical Year Calendar Coloring Book

Christmas 2022 through Epiphany 2023, November 27 - February 4

by Michaela Harrison

This is an essential resource to help parishes, classes, and families to envision the true meaning of Church seasons and feasts. These rich, ornate illustrations convey stories about Advent, Christ’s birth, and other feasts from Epiphany to Candlemas Day.

The Wise Men Who Found Christmas

by Raymond Arroyo

The Wise Men Who Found Christmas is the miraculous, untold tale of three seekers who followed a star and found themselves in the middle of the greatest story ever told.

The Jesse Tree

An Advent Devotion

by Eric Sammons


Rorate Coeli

Marian Sounds of Advent

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.

Christmas Blossoms

by Priscilla Smith McCaffery

Christmas Blossoms is an impassioned and imaginative tale that explores the fascinating irony of our most cherished Christmas objects, both sacred and secular, produced by the artists and craftsmen of Communist China.
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Sancta Nox

Christmas Matins from Bavaria

by Seminarians Of Saint Peter Wigratzbad

For connoisseurs of beautiful Christmas music, this is a must-have for the collection. Sancta Nox: Christmas Matins from Bavaria by the Seminarians of Saint Peter Wigratzbad brings you a taste of heaven for your most deeply felt Christmas moments-presented by a group hailing from the majestic Alps in Germany's Bavaria region.

The Christmas Light


Claudia McAdams's marvelous retelling of the Christmas story demonstrates to children how an encounter with Christ can change their lives … eternally.

The Grumpy Old Ox

by Anthony DeStefano

This new children's Christmas book by bestselling author Anthony DeStefano tells the story of a mean-spirited, prideful old ox who has lost his sight - both physically and spiritually - but who nevertheless experiences the transformative power of God's grace after he is present at the birth of Jesus Christ in a humble stable in Bethlehem..

The Spider Who Saved Christmas

by Raymond Arroyo

When Joseph, Mary, and Jesus are in danger of being discovered and harmed by Herod’s murderous soldiers, a cave-dwelling spider named Nephila risks her and her children’s safety to help her hallowed visitors.

The Vatican Christmas Cookbook

by David Geisser

The Christmas Vatican Cookbook shares with the world the glorious spirit of joy and feasting that characterizes Christmastime at the Vatican. .

First Christmas

by Frank FraserThomas Williams

Experience the Christmas miracle in a new and memorable way with this capitvating poetic narrative of the birth of Jesus depicted through beautiful illustrations.

The Reason for the Seasons

Why Christians Celebrate What and When They Do

by Fr. James Schall

Celebrated Catholic author Fr. James V. Schall, S.J.,- the the thinking man's priest- presents these short but powerful chapters on the most important and joyful feasts of the Church's liturgical year.

Advent with Our Lady of Fatima

by Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle

Spend this Advent with Our Lady of Fatima and with six saintly souls who were particularly devoted to her: St. Teresa of Calcutta, St. John Paul II, Fr. Andrew Apostoli, and the Three Shepherd Children to whom Mary appeared in 1917.

Around the Year with the vonTrapp Family


In this joyful and charming book, Maria von Trapp (from The Sound of Music ) unveils for you the year-round Christian traditions she loved – traditions that created for her large family a warm and inviting Catholic home and will do the same for yours.

Meditations for Advent

by Christopher BlumJacques-Benigne Bossuet

These forty daily meditations keep you mindful of the true meaning of Christmas through an admirable distillation of the doctrines and piety of Holy Church.
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