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    When Salt Loses Its Saltiness...

    Paschal Nwaezeapu
    $14.95

    Drawing insight from the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, When Salt Loses Its Saltiness warns us about the dangers ahead if clergy and lay leaders lose their focus. The book challenges us to prevent this undesirable situation. Appraising the new situations within and outside the Church, the author sees the solution primarily in the re-evangelisation and authentic formation of clergy and lay leaders.

  2. Vital Signs: Where Is Your Life Heading?

    Vital Signs: Where Is Your Life Heading?

    Henry Bocala
    $6.95

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    Vital Signs leads the reader from the surface of life—where too many of us skim along—to the soul, which is often quietly starving for lack of nourishment. While candidly naming the temptations and pitfalls of life in the 21st century, Fr. Bocala keeps his pace brisk and his tone light as he outlines the path to becoming a better and more contented person. 

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    Through the Year with St. Francis de Sales 2014

    Fr. Kurian Kollapallil
    $11.95

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    Liturgical Calendar for December 2013–November 2014
    • Daily guide to the Roman Catholic Liturgy for each day of the year
    • Meditations on the readings, Psalm, and Gospel
    • Inspirational quotations from St. Francis de Sales

  4. The Postmodern Catholic: Living in an inverted, alternative universe

    The Postmodern Catholic: Living in an inverted, alternative universe

    Fr. Dale Tupper
    $14.95

    Fr. Dale Tupper examines the antidote for this secular era, namely, the Mass and Eucharist, and how it can respond to that era. The Postmodern Catholic is written to provide a spirituality for the 21st century. Offered not as a theology, even if there is theology within, but to address living as Catholics in these strange, secular times.
    Find meaning in today's meaningless world.

  5. Roman Incense: Journey to God

    Roman Incense: Journey to God

    David Bellusci
    $12.95

    Roman Incense: Journey to God is a collection of 142 poems written between 1998 and 2018. The poems were inspired by places visited and experiences had by the author. They draw from the reservoir of his memory and mirror his innermost thoughts and hopes.

  6. Planning the Journey of Life

    Planning the Journey of Life

    John C. Portavella
    $8.95

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    REVISED EDITION 2017.
    Though hidden, God is a loving Father who follows every act we do in our lives with utmost interest. By human standards, few acts are important and impactful. Most, however, are ordinary, prosaic, monotonous, and even boring. Yet, these acts have potential greatness and significance for eternal life.

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    Peace Culture: Towards a Renewed Philosophy and Theology of Peace

    Rev. Fr. Anthony C. Dimkpa
    $12.95

    Peace in our time? Peace between nations can and should be achieved for the good of man and the greater glory of God. A renewed philosophy and theology of peace can exhort no less than this. Author Rev. Dr. Dimkpa carefully presents a practical approach to a workable peace, based on active war-avoidance and listening, and rooted in the social doctrine of the Church.
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    Patron Saints of Forgiveness, The

    Rev. Fr. Henry Sseriiso
    $8.95

    Do you sometimes have trouble forgiving? Let the saints show you the way. This little book highlights examples of forgiveness even when horrible injustices were committed. Using both the New Testament and the lives of the saints, author Father Henry Sseriiso weaves an inspiring and challenging work of Catholic spirituality for everyone.
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    Once a Sinner, Now a Saint

    Rev. Fr. Henry Sseriiso
    $6.95

    Some saints weren't very holy.
    At least, not at first. We hear a lot about saints who led such holy lives, we can barely hope to imitate their heroic virtue.
    Then there are the other saints.
    Once a Sinner, Now a Saint carries an Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat.

  10. Mother Giovanna Bracaval: Precious Pearl of the Gospel

    Mother Giovanna Bracaval: Precious Pearl of the Gospel

    Giorgio Papasogli & Andrea M. Erba
    $19.95

    Mother Giovanna Maria Bracaval of the Eucharistic Jesus (1861-1935)
    First Superior General of the Angelic Sisters of St. Paul

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