Students of the Diocese of Phoenix Catholic Schools$14.95
Expressions of Faith celebrates the various ways children express their Catholic faith. Whether writing an intriguing story, creating a compelling verse, or drawing an insightful picture, the children featured in this book have something to say.
Martina Parnelli & M. Roberto Angelorum
Regular Price: $10.95
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A charming, easy to read exposition of the nativity for early readers. Quality hardcover and thick paper for little hands.
Follow the Little Magician as he tries to become happy. Surely, he thinks, if he could just use a bigger wand he would be happy! But the Little Magician discovers the true source of happiness somewhere else. A delightful, colorful story with lessons about faith, peace and true happiness for both children and adults. Full color illustrations on each page.
Kathleen M. Muldoon$6.95
Little Margaret is the true story of Margaret’s short life (1287–1320). She was born disfigured, blind, lame, and a dwarf. You will cheer for her as she first overcomes imprisonment and then abandonment by her family. She learned about God’s love for her from the castle priest. God used a girl others labeled as “crippled” to become as an angel to the sick, imprisoned, and dying.
Revelators say little of Joseph; they slip over him. His humanity ignored. His obedience forgotten. To humankind Joseph was nearly neglected, remembered only with a quick glance or a small prayer. Yet in his heavenly reward he undoubtedly is honored greatly. This is a book – a story – of Joseph the man and father.
The suffering pope calls into battle a religious order formed specifically to fight the antichrist. Monks of the order use both spiritual and physical weapons to fight demons that are all too real.
For mature audiences - graphic depictions of violence
Paul J. Lavin, Ph.D.$9.95
Satan has a lot of pride and his feelings are hurt. So many lackadaisical Catholics no longer believe in him.
To make himself known, Satan offers thirteen “epistles.” He states most clearly that he is the inspiration for all the novelties that came out of Vatican II.
Robert J. Dunne III$14.95
95 Questions for Protestants: Points to Ponder During the 500 Year Anniversary of the Protestant ReformationDr. Roger and Karen Salstrom$12.95
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Abbot William, M.M.A.$16.95The monastic ideal of contemplation is very much alive today. Abbot William, founder of the Maronite Monks of Adoration, recounts his own journey through the tumultuous '70s and '80s to find this ideal.
Raymond John Colvin$11.95
A Journey to Holiness is a testimony of prayer. Author Raymond Colvin openly shares his personal, spiritual inspirations and beliefs about his Catholic faith as it has grown over the years. By sharing examples from his own journey, the author hopes to help other average Catholics—as well as non-Catholics—to achieve holiness.
You will also discover:
How and why people pray - What is prayer - Spiritual motivations and preparations for prayer - Building a lifetime of prayer
Rev. Dominic G. Ciriaco$12.95
Margaret Anna Cusack, "The Nun of Kenmare," was a tireless advocate for the poor, visionary, and foundress of a religious order. She was edifying and mystifying to those who knew her. Cusack is an example of what it meant to be a convert in the 19th century.
Following the successful birth of the world’s first IVF baby in July 1978, Louise Brown, the artificial-reproductive market witnessed the entry of various high-tech protocols to help infertile couples achieve conception without recourse to normal sexual intercourse. Although many people welcome these technologies because of their pragmatic use in resolving infertility, some questions necessarily arise.
Can you be a saint in the modern world?
If you had a guidebook to help you do just that, your answer might be a resounding "yes" to God. Celebrating the Year of Mercy is a concise manual for anyone wishing to deepen his faith.
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary$4.95Edited by Dennis J. Billy, C.Ss.R. The lectures in this series delve deeply into the Church’s stance on religious liberty. They demonstrate the relevance of its teaching for the challenges of today’s world.
The Crucifix, the Flag, and a Blackboard studies the development of our Catholic educational heritage, reexamines the legacy we have been given, and reminds all of the privilege of the work that we carry out. Its purpose is to trace the historical significance of Catholic education, to record the knowledge that it passes on, and, in particular, to honor all the men and women who made so many contributions to the formation of Catholic youth in America over the course of four centuries.
Patricia M. Mann, Ph.D.$15.95
A Confirmation Text for Adults en español. The adult candidate for the Sacrament of Confirmation has unique catechetical needs. These candidates are already Catholic, so a catechumenate process for converts is not a good fit for them. The candidates need a specific preparation program for Confirmation.
Jan and Allen Cherbonneau$15.95By their very nature, all conversion stories are personal and unique, but this one is decidedly so, due to its highly charismatic content. I trust the reader will find the story of Jan and Allen's adventure intriguing and also, in a variety of ways, challenging.
Rev. Fr. Kevin O. Ikpah$9.95
Experiences of a Priest Chaplain in the Care of the Sick and the Dying will usher the reader into a unique view of the healthcare arena where an interdisciplinary team approach works for an important and noble cause: to assist individuals, including family and friends, in recognizing spiritual distress and needs, to find ultimate meaning of such life events. Fr. Kevin Ikpah's accounts may also serve to encourage persons either toward volunteer work to the sick and the dying or full-time ministry in this exciting and rewarding field.
Edited by Dennis J. Billy, C.Ss.R.$14.95
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia organized a lecture series on the priesthood entitled, "Faithful in Christ: The Ministry and Life of the Catholic Priest." The presenters were all high-ranking members of the seminary faculty with doctoral degrees from pontifical universities in Rome or the United States. Now in book form, these lectures look at various facets of a priest's ministry and life. Each chapter concludes with reflection questions and suggested readings.
Foreword by Cardinal Justin Rigali
Bernard F. Kohout$6.95
A new and very different version of the sun dance at Fatima in 1917. Supernatural or natural phenomena?
Bernard F. Kohout$14.95
The great St. Augustine once said that an event must not be considered miraculous if a natural explanation is available. This book faces his challenge head-on and provides answers as well as convincing evidence that the sun dance was a genuine and spectacular miracle.
The history of England is a history of Catholic faith.
Any history of early medieval England would not be complete without mentioning two influential saints of the seventh century. For God Alone tells the story of St. Hilda and St. Elfleda of Whitby.
Patty O'Neal$12.95Ready for a delightful stroll through Catholic spirituality? You'll find yourself nodding your head in agreement as you read Patty O'Neal's little chapters on the daily life of a spiritual Catholic.
Brian Joseph Horan$12.95
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