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  1. Dismas

    Dismas: The First Among Many: The Thief Who Stole Heaven

    Vincent Iezzi

    Dismas: The First Among Many tells the gripping story of the man who became the first penitent to die with the complete promise of the Resurrection.

  2. 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. 

  3. 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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    Igniting the Flame of Faith: St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria

    Angelo Montonati

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    Foreword by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI.

    In these pages we speak of a man who, under the power of grace, is determined to battle what he believes to be the worst enemy of the Christian Faith: lukewarmness.

    Saint Anthony Mary Zaccaria engages in this battle by carrying, wherever he passes, a spiritual fire that conquers and rapidly spreads. It inflames with zeal the cities where he works, transforming them into radiant centers of sainthood.

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    Joseph Was a Loving Father

    Vincent Iezzi

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    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.

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    Little Margaret: The Extraordinary Life of Blessed Margaret of Castello

    Kathleen M. Muldoon

    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.

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    Once a Sinner, Now a Saint

    Rev. Fr. Henry Sseriiso

    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.

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    Patron Saints of Forgiveness, The

    Rev. Fr. Henry Sseriiso

    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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    Reformer, The: St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria (1502–1539)

    Andrea M. Erba & Antonio M. Gentili

    An historical profile of St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria (1502–1539), founder of the Clerics Regular of St. Paul (Barnabites) and of the Angelic Sisters of St. Paul (Angelics). This holy man, zealous for God and for souls, dedicated his life to the renewal of his society, which was descending into paganism. He lived in the first half of the sixteenth century and died at thirty-six years of age.

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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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