More new titles for 2004 from AD Books

More new titles for 2004 from AD Books

Edmund Campion: Hero of God's Underground
Harold C. Gardiner SJ
An inspiring and dramatic account of the colourful and courageous life and death of the English martyr, St Edmund Campion. This book is particularly recommended to young Catholics.
180 pages * Softcover * $19.95

Marriage and the Family in the Documents of the Magisterium
Ramon Garcia de Haro
This volume provides a comprehensive and detailed presentation and analysis of the Church's teaching on marriage and family which is fully faithful to the Catholic tradition.
435 pages * Softcover * $49.95

The Sacred Heart of Jesus
St John Eudes
St John Eudes was one of the most prolific spiritual writers of the 17th century. The present volume is a facsimile edition of The Sacred Heart of Jesus which was translated and reprinted in 1946.
183 pages * Softcover * $28.00

Follow Me
Zak Zreikat
Follow Me contains 16 songs written by Zak Zreikat featuring children from St Bernard's Primary School, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. The songs trace the life of Jesus Christ from his birth to the Resurrection.
Compact Disc * $19.95

Daniel Mannix: Wit and Wisdom
Michael Gilchrist
Now available, this is a revised and updated edition of the best-seller on the life of Australia's most famous churchman, Archbishop Mannix. Order now!
312 pages * Softcover * $24.95

The Organic Development of the Liturgy
Alcuin Reid OSB
What principles have determined the boundaries of legitimate liturgical reform over the centuries? Dom Alcuin Reid identifies the content and context of "organic development" up to Vatican II.
333 pages * Hardback * $54.95

Louis and Zélie Martin
Rev Paulinus Redmond
Louis and Zélie Martin were parents of the greatest saint of modern times and this book is written in the form of letters to their daughter, St Thérèse of Lisieux. Louis and Zélie were declared Venerable by Pope John Paul II in 1994.
278 pages * Hardback * $37.95

Cullen, Newman and the Catholic University of Ireland
Colin Barr
Colin Barr, who lectures at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, reasseses the roles of John Henry Newman and Archbishop Paul Cullen in the failure of the Catholic University of Ireland.
288 pages * Softcover * $44.95

Prices include GST * Order by Fax, Phone or Mail from AD Books

582 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne 3051
Phone (03) 9326 5757 * Fax (03) 9328 2877

Postage/ handling $4.00 for first book and $2.00 per extra book (max $9.00). Contact Anna for overseas rates.

If you wish to receive our periodic Freedom Publishing Newsletter or a catalogue of books from Ignatius, Gracewing, New City or Loreto, please telephone us

You are welcome to visit our Bookroom:
Ground Floor, 582 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne 3051
(Open Monday-Friday between 9.30am-5.00pm)

Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.