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    909 Days that Changed the World

    Robert J. Dunne III
    $14.95

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    Vivid portrayal of the life of Christ.
    909 Days that Changed the World features short, thoughtful, easy-to-read chapters in the order of events as they likely happened and includes a chronological table with the four gospels cross-referenced.

  2. 95 Questions for Protestants

    95 Questions for Protestants: Points to Ponder During the 500 Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

    Dr. Roger and Karen Salstrom
    $12.95

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    A Calling: An Autobiography and the Founding of the Maronite Monks of Adoration

    Abbot William, M.M.A.
    $16.95

    The 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.
  4. A Journey to Holiness: 80 Years of Personal Prayers, Spiritual Inspirations, and Beliefs

    A Journey to Holiness: 80 Years of Personal Prayers, Spiritual Inspirations, and Beliefs

    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.
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      How and why people pray - What is prayer - Spiritual motivations and preparations for prayer - Building a lifetime of prayer

  5. A Woman for All Seasons: Margaret Anna Cusack

    A Woman for All Seasons: Margaret Anna Cusack

    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. 

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    Bioethics: Childlessness and Artificial Reproduction!?

    Paschal Nwaezeapu

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    $19.95

    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.

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    Catholic Worker: Meditations on Rerum Novarum

    Larry Giroux
    $5.95

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    Catholic Worker features 60 short meditations on the meaning and sanctification of work. Each meditation includes passages from the Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and papal teaching. Catholic Worker relies heavily on Pope Leo's pivotal encyclical letter, Rerum Novarum.

     

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    Celebrating the Year of Mercy

    Francesco Catanio
    $6.95

    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.

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    Continuing the Search for Religious Freedom: Fifty Years after Vatican II's Dignitatis Humanae

    Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary
    $4.95

    Edited 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.
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    Crucifix, the Flag, and a Blackboard, The

    Wayne Merckling
    $12.95

    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.

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