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  • Catholicism & Fundamentalism: The Attack on Romanism by Bible Christians by Karl Keating

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    Karl Keating defends Catholicism from fundamentalist attacks and explains why fundamentalism has been so successful in converting "Romanists." After showing the origins of fundamentalism, he examines representative anti-Catholic groups and presents their arguments in their own words. His rebuttal...

  • Manalive by G.K. Chesterton

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    This classic novel by Chesterton tells the rollicking tale of Innocent Smith, a man who may be crazy—or he may be the most sane man of all. Arriving at a London boarding house accompanied by a windstorm, Innocent is soon accused of attempted murder, burglary, polygamy, and deserting his wife. As ...

  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Heaven But Never Dreamed of Asking by Peter Kreeft

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    In the style of C.S. Lewis, Peter Kreeft provides an unexcelled look at the nature of Heaven that offers readers a refreshingly clear, theologically sound, and always fascinating glimpse of that "undiscovered country." Kreeft's engaging and informative account thoughtfully answers intriguing ques...

  • Fatima for Today: The Urgent Marian Message of Hope by Fr. Andrew Apostoli

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    Though the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima took place a hundred years ago, Our Lady's call to prayer and penance for the salvation of souls and peace in the world is as relevant now as when first delivered to three Portuguese peasant children in 1917.
    Because of the prophetic nature of her mes...

  • If Your Mind Wanders at Mass by Thomas Howard

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    Distractions, fatigue, boredom at Sunday worship—maybe we experience these because we don't fully appreciate what's going on at Mass. Howard's profound and practical look at the liturgy focuses our wandering minds. It reminds us that at Mass the veil separating earth and heaven lifts, so that we ...

  • Looking for the King: An Inklings Novel by David Downing

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    It is 1940, and American Tom McCord, a 23-year-old aspiring doctoral candidate, is in England researching the historical evidence for the legendary King Arthur. There he meets perky and intuitive Laura Hartman, a fellow American staying with her aunt in Oxford, and the two of them team up for an ...

  • Ten Universal Principles: A Brief Philosophy of the Life Issues by Fr. Robert Spitzer

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    How do we make sense of life? How should we treat others? How should we reasonably be expected to be treated by others? When human life is at stake, are there reasonable principles we can rely on to guide our actions? How should our laws be framed to protect human life? What kind of society shoul...

  • The Templars by Regine Pernoud

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    For centuries, historians and novelists have portrayed the Knights Templar as avaricious and power-hungry villains. Who were these medieval monastic knights, whose exploits were the stuff of legend even in their own day? Were these elite crusaders corrupted by their conquests, which amassed them ...

  • The World of St. Paul by Joseph M. Callewaert

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    Joseph Callewaert's engaging work on St. Paul reads like a novel. With inviting, even dramatic, prose, it recounts the story of the great Apostle to the Nations. This is no dry tome or ponderous biography. Nor is its subject a "safe" historical figure, irrelevant to the issues of today: St. Paul ...

  • Poor Banished Children by Forella de Maria

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    An explosion is heard off the coast of seventeenth-century England, and a woman washes up on the shore. She is barely alive and does not speak English, but she asks for a priest . . . in Latin.

    She has a confession to make and a story to tell, but who is she and from where has she come?

    Cas...

  • A Postcard from the Volcano by Lucy Beckett

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    Beginning in 1914 and ending on the eve of World War II, this epic story follows the coming of age and early manhood of the Prussian aristocrat, Max von Hofmannswaldau. From the idyllic surroundings of his ancestral home to the streets of cosmopolitan Breslau menaced by the Nazi SS, Hofmannswalda...

  • Catherine of Siena by Sigrid Undset

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    Sigrid Undset's Catherine of Siena is critically acclaimed as one of the best biographies of this well-known and amazing fourteenth-century saint. Known for her historical fiction, which won her the Nobel Prize for literature in 1928, Undset based this factual work on primary sources, her own exp...

  • Because God is Real: Sixteen Questions, One Answer by Peter Kreeft

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    Atheistic and agnostic writers are aggressively attacking traditional religious beliefs. Philosopher and prolific writer Peter Kreeft is up to the challenge in this work of popular apologetics aimed at both teens and adults. The masterful Kreeft tackles sixteen crucial issues about the deeper mea...

  • Be a Man! Becoming the Man God Created You to Be by Fr. Larry Richards

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    Men are rediscovering the importance of the spiritual life. And Father Larry Richards is helping them do it. While some writers apply a one-size-fits-all approach to the Christian life, Father Richards draws on his many years of ministry and his own experience as a man to inspire other men as men...

  • From Slave to Priest: The Inspirational Story of Fr. Augustine Tolton by Sr. Caroline Hemesath

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    Fr. Augustine Tolton (1854-1897) was the first black priest in the United States. Born into a black Catholic slave family, Father Tolton conquered almost insurmountable odds to become a Catholic priest, and at his early death of 43, this pioneer black American priest left behind a shining legacy ...

  • Extreme Makeover: Women Transformed by Christ, Not Conformed to the Culture by Teresa Tomeo

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    Popular radio host Teresa Tomeo knows from experience that the self-image of American women is being distorted by pop culture. With its emphasis on youth, physical beauty, and sexuality, the secular media is encouraging women—and girls—to see themselves primarily as sex objects.
    A professional T...

  • Through Shakespeare's Eyes: Seeing the Catholic Presence in the Plays by Joseph Pearce

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    Fulfilling the promise he made in his previous book, The Quest for Shakespeare, bestselling literary writer Joseph Pearce analyzes in this volume three of Shakespeare's immortal plays — The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet and King Lear — in order to uncover the Bard's Catholic beliefs.
    In The Quest fo...

  • Church Fathers & Teachers: From Saint Leo the Great to Peter Lombard by Pope Benedict XVI

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    After meditating on the Apostles and then on the Fathers of the early Church, as seen in his earlier works Jesus, the Apostles and the Early Church and Church Fathers, Pope Benedict XVI devoted his attention to the most influential Christian men from the fifth through the twelfth centuries. In hi...

  • Deep Conversion/Deep Prayer by Fr. Thomas Dubay

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    Fr. Thomas Dubay is one of the most popular and respected retreat masters and spiritual directors in the USA. He is the author of the perennial best-selling book on prayer and contemplation, Fire Within. In this book, he responds to the call to priests by Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI to he...

  • The God Who Loves You: Love Divine, All Loves Excelling by Peter Kreeft

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    God's love is the subject of Peter Kreeft's imaginative and thoughtful book (a revised and updated version of his book Knowing the Truth of God's Love). With unusual clarity, Kreeft points out that the man or woman who begins to glimpse the God who is Creator, Redeemer, and Lover of our souls, wi...

  • Handbook of Catholic Apologetics: Reasoned Answers to Questions of Faith by Peter Kreeft

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    Unbelievers, doubters, and skeptics continue to attack the truths of Christianity. Handbook of Catholic Apologetics is the only book that categorizes and summarizes all the major arguments in support of the main Christian beliefs, including key distinctively Catholic doctrines. Also included is a...

  • The Last Crusader: A Novel About Don Juan of Austria by Luis de Wohl

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    Don Juan of Austria, one of history's most triumphant and inspiring heroes, is reborn in this opulent novel by Louis de Wohl.
    Because of the circumstances of his birth, this last son of Emperor Charles the Fifth spent his childhood in a Spanish peasant's hut. Acknowledged by King Philip as his h...

  • Max & Benedict: A Bird's Eye View of the Pope's Daily Life by Jeanee Perego

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    This lovely book for children (of all ages!) is a sequel to Joseph and Chico, the international best-seller that told the story of the life of Pope Benedict XVI from his youth through his election as the Pope. With the same award-winning author and illustrator, this book is aimed at children but ...

  • Evangelical Is Not Enough: Worship of God in Liturgy & Sacrament by Thomas Howard

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    In this deeply moving narrative, Thomas Howard describes his pilgrimage from Evangelicalism, which he loves and reveres as the religion of his youth, to liturgical Christianity. He soon afterward became a Roman Catholic. He describes Evangelicalism with great sympathy and then examines more forma...