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Handbook for Today's Catholic Children

…Gathers a Family", and "The All-Stars of the Church" make Catholic Faith basics like the Trinity, the church, and the communion of saints simple for young children. Patterned after the Handbook for Today's Catholic, this booklet entertains, informs, and inspires children in the…


Saints vs. Scroundels- Debating Life's Greatest Questions

…you hear scoundrels casually disparaging your Catholic Faith. You may be no saint, but I’ll bet you’d like to give those scoundrels a run for their money! If so, Saints vs. Scoundrels is the book for you! Saints vs. Scroundels- Debating Life's Greatest Questions A great book that puts…

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Pioneer Priests and Makeshift Alters- A History of Catholicism in the Thirteen Colonies & Fearless-Stories of the American Saint

…and became a saint • The years in which, throughout the colonies, Catholics became an endangered species • Plus: much more to acquaint you with the proud heritage of Catholics in the earliest years of our nation! Fearless-Stories of the American Saints The lives of the saints who helped…


Pray Always: A Catholic Children's Prayer Book

…praying the Rosary, specifically designed for children • Brief prayers that can be uttered many times throughout the day • Short bios of saints along with special prayer of intercession geared toward helping children overcome their unique struggles These are just a few of the prayers and…


Pioneer Priests and Makeshift Altars - A History of Catholicism in the Thirteen Colonies

…•    The French Jesuits who evangelized New York and its frontier areas, and the saints who were martyred there •    The Iroquois maiden who converted and became a saint •    The years in which, throughout the colonies, Catholics became an…

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Daybreaks - Daily Reflections for Lent and Easter

“Lent reminds us that Christians form a community gathered in contemplation around God’s Word–and that means we’re also gathered in meditation on the world, its goodness and grandeur, its beauty and brutality. Lent is a call to pay attention, to see creation as God does, to…

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What Catholics Really Believe & Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical (2 Book Set)

…between faith and good works. He continues by explaining purgatory and penance, the ritualism of the Holy Mass, the Rosary, the Communion of Saints, Mary as Queen of Heaven, papal infallibility, annulments, contraception, the necessity of Hell, and even the development of Church doctrine. All…


Saint Malachy the First Irish Saint

…served as Abbot at Bangor, Bishop of Connor, Ireland, and Archbishop of Armagh. Saint Malachy introduced uniformity in Ireland by replacing the Celtic liturgy with the Roman liturgy and was a noted healer. Saint Malachy, as you can see, was an incredible Saint but what makes sets him apart? * I have…

"Now What?" 18 Inspiring Quotes for Recent College Grads

…themselves." — Saint Francis de Sales 4. "It is a lesson we all need—to let alone the things that do not concern us. He has other ways for others to follow Him; all do not go by the same path.  It is for each of us to learn the path by which He requires us to follow Him, and to follow Him in that path."  – Saint

Catholic Books: More Than Meets the Eye

…what a Catholic book can be about. I have come to find out that a Catholic book can be about almost anything.  Catholic books are written about saints, church history, encouragement, Mary, theology, and even fiction.  Catholic fiction books were the first to break my old stereotype about what…

Classic Catholic Book: What Jesus Saw From The Cross

…because its author, Rev. A.D. Sertillanges (1863-1948), wrote with the care of a scholar, the eye of a cinematographer, and the tenderness of a saint. In the pages of this book, What Jesus Saw from the Cross, you'll be jostled by crowds as you enter Jerusalem with Jesus, choke on the dust of the…

Top 10 American Catholic Authors: Part 1

Who comes to your mind when asked, “Can you name ten Catholic authors?”  If you’re at all like me, then your mind probably goes straight to St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Thomas a Kempis, St. Ignatius Loyola, Blessed John Paul II, and other men who are probably dead, white, and European.  What about…