More good reading from AD Books

More good reading from AD Books

The Cube and the Cathedral
George Weigel
Can there be any true "politics" - any true deliberation about the common good, any robust defence of freedom - without God? In his latest book, George Weigel presents a powerful case for a resounding "No".
202 pages * Softcover * $24.95

A Companion to Veritatis Splendor
James Tolhurst
Father Tolhurst, who is a member of the Birmingham Oratory, sets out in simple, non-technical language the theological and ethical thinking behind John Paul II's important document.
70 pages * Softcover * $7.95

The Catechism: a concise Companion

James Tolhurst
Father Tolhurst provides a paragraph by paragraph exposition of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, supplementing this with a wealth of background material. Ideal for deepening one's understanding.
196 pages * Softcover * $24.95

Fatima Handbook
Leo Madigan
Here is an inexpensive, comprehensive guide to Fatima, providing detailed information on timetables for ceremonies, Fatima's history, biographies of the visionaries, a guide to the shrine's buildings and their treasures, and a lot more.
243 pages * Softcover * $22.00

Living the Catholic Faith
Charles J. Chaput OFM Cap
What does it means to be a Catholic in the 21st century? Archbishop Chaput of Denver offers a sound, contemporary, compact outline of the Church's teachings and how best to practise them.
159 pages * Softcover * $20.00

Stories of Karol
Gian Franco Svidercoschi
This book tells the story of the future Pope from the perspective of his family and friends. It provides a rare opportunity for us to meet John Paul II in his former years through a personal encounter as a friend and a person.
150 pages * Softcover * $22.00

Confirmed in the Faith
Dora Nash
Dora Nash is a Cambridge graduate and mother of four who has been involved in preparing young people for Confirmation in UK parishes for over twenty years. She is currently Head of RE at The Oratory School, Reading.
56 pages * Softcover * $12.95

Coffee with Nonna
Vincent Iezzi
Vincent Iezzi is a retired US journalist and a member of the Secular Franciscan Order. In Coffee with Nonna, he retells the colourful, religious-based stories his grandmother told him as a child during World War II.
165 pages * Softcover * $20.00

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