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Liturgical Question Box
Bishop Peter J. Elliott
An essential resource for all those involved or interested in the Catholic Church's Liturgy. Bishop Elliott addresses every imaginable liturgical question in a clear, authoritative and at times humorous way.
189 pages * Softcover * $24.95
A leading authority on John Henry Newman, Fr Ian Ker teaches theology at Oxford University. His Mere Catholicism explains in easily accessible, non-technical language the fundamental doctrines of Catholicism.
205 pages * Softcover * $24.95
Life Is Worth Living
Fulton J. Sheen
Life Is Worth Living contains the full-length scripts of over 40 editions of Archbishop Sheen's top-rating TV series from the 1950s. These cover a wide variety of topics of appeal to Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Fifty years on, Sheen's insights remain relevant.
281 pages * Softcover * $29.95
Francis of Assisi
Ed. by Jay M. Hammond
Dr Hammond has brought together essays by significant scholars in Franciscan theology, history and hagiography which together serve as a helpful beginner's guide to the relevant medieval texts.
290 pages * Softcover * $50.00
The Catholic Church and the Counter-Faith
Philip Trower provides a clear, concise overview of the main strands of modern thought, from the 18th century Enlightenment to the 20th century, and how these have influenced doctrinal developments and deviations in the Catholic Church.
327 pages * Softcover * $37.50
The Crisis of Civilization
Based on a series of lectures Belloc gave in 1937, The Crisis of Civilization provides a personal, provocative historical analysis of the rise of Christendom and the long-term economic impact of the 16th century Reformation.
214 pages * Softcover * $21.90
Benedict Rules - OK!
This book is not about the present Pope, but rather the Rule of St Benedict. Vena Eastwood, who is an experienced teacher, shows how the Rule can be used to build stronger school communities and enhance their spiritual development.
157 pages * Softcover * $29.00
Mary in the Theology and Spirituality of John Henry Newman
Nicholas L. Gregoris
Father Gregoris sees John Henry Newman's Marian theology and spirituality as anticipating the Second Vatican Council, particularly in its treatment of Marian doctrine and devotion in Lumen Gentium.
652 pages * Softcover * $50.00
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