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

    Abbot William, M.M.A.

    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.
  2. A Woman for All Seasons: Margaret Anna Cusack

    A Woman for All Seasons: Margaret Anna Cusack

    Rev. Dominic G. Ciriaco

    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. 

  3. Confessions of a Catholic Scientist

    Confessions of a Catholic Scientist: The Quest for a Malaria Vaccine and the Quest for God: A Journey of Discovery

    Robert Theophilus

    Buy eBook on Kindle Buy eBook on NookThe modern world makes much of a false dichotomy between science and religion. Re-orienting science to its proper origins will shatter this myth. Author Robert Theophilus demonstrates how one can work at the cutting edge of medical research and still experience the sheer joy and profound reasonableness of the Catholic faith. The fruit of true enlightenment from God is harmony between Church and science.

  4. Eugène de Mazenod: A Saint for Today

    Eugène de Mazenod: A Saint for Today

    Alex R. Hey

    All who feel abandoned may look to Saint Eugène. This book is a powerful example of not being defined by the struggles one must endure in this life.
    Saint Eugène de Mazenod knew both wealth and poverty. Born into a noble French family, he experienced the onslaught of the French Revolution and was thrust into exile at a young age. His family moved from one Italian city to another, until divorce ripped Eugène's family apart. 

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    Every Spiritual Blessing: The Unusual Story of How We Came to the Catholic Church

    Jan and Allen Cherbonneau

    By 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.
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    Experiences of a Priest Chaplain in the Care of the Sick and the Dying

    Rev. Fr. Kevin O. Ikpah

    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.

  7. For God Alone

    For God Alone: The Lives of the Early English Saints: St. Hilda and St. Elfleda of Whitby

    H.E. Brown

    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.

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    Gladly Will I Glory In My Infirmities

    Anthony Warzecha

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    This story is about the remarkable Fr. Charles Kram, Jr., the quadriplegic priest who served for nearly twenty-five years as a hospital chaplain doing what he enjoyed most in life: serving God and neighbor with an enormous amount of love.

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    Let's Pretend We're Sisters

    Pauline Montoya Soliz

    For ten-year-old Pauline and her sisters, every day was an adventure. Growing up in a small town in Colorado during the 1950s brought many joys and sufferings for the Montoya family. Through it all, this loving family grew with enduring stability in an era of rapid change.

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    She Shall Crush Thy Head: Selected Writings of St. Maximilian Kolbe

    Hilda Elfleda Brown

    She Shall Crush Thy Head contains selected writings of St. Maximilian Kolbe, compiled and translated by Hilda Elfleda Brown. In addition to his memoirs, letters, and articles, most of the selections are his apologetical articles in dialogue format. St. Maximilian Kolbe writes on the many issues confronting our modern day. 

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