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Feast of Faith
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
Written before Cardinal Ratzinger became Benedict XVI, Feast of Faith is a classic guide to authentic Liturgy. Its one basic question is: How can we pray and praise God as we should? Issues such as 'participation' and suitable music are addressed.
153 pages * Softcover * $24.95

Sermons Preached on Various Occasions
John Henry Newman
First published by John Henry Newman in 1857, this collection of his sermons in a new reprint sheds light on the state of the Church in England and Ireland. Fr James Tolhurst provides an introduction and notes to the sermons.
399 pages * Hardback * $60.00

Receiving the Lord
Bishop Peter Elliott
Bishop Elliott's compact publication provides inspirational prayers for Communion to assist Catholics in their preparation and thanksgiving. Included are extracts from Scripture and the writings of the saints.
47 pages * Softcover * $7.50

Love and Responsibility
Pope John Paul II
Drawing on his own pastoral experiences as a priest and bishop in Poland before he became Pope John Paul II, Karol Wojtyla produced an eloquent and resourceful defence of Catholic teaching on sexual morality and family life.
319 pages * Softcover * $30.00

In the Footsteps of Joseph Ratzinger
Alessandra Borghese
Italian journalist and writer Alessandra Borghese guides the reader around the places where Benedict XVI was born and grew up, drawing on the memories of those who were close to the future Pope.
111 pages * Softcover * $23.95

Newman's Approach to Knowledge
Laurence Richardson
Fr Laurence Richardson provides an extensive, in-depth analysis of John Henry Newman's philosophy, and in particular his theory of knowledge, an area of his genius that has tended to be overlooked.
200 pages * Softcover * $30.00

The Ratzinger Report
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
This remains one of the most penetrating assessments of the crisis of faith in the Catholic Church. Cardinal Ratzinger's frank observations, though made over 20 years ago, remain valid today as well as having added significance now that he is Pope Benedict XVI.
197 pages * Softcover * $21.95

Saint Benedict's Rule
Translation by Patrick Barry OSB
Dom Patrick Barry, a former abbot of Ampleforth Abbey in England, presents a new translation of the Rule of Saint Benedict designed to meet the needs of a wide range of readers. It is clearly set out and attractively presented.
103 pages * Hardback * $30.00

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