More new titles from AD Books

More new titles from AD Books

The World's First Love
Fulton J. Sheen
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen writes in his usual clear and lucid manner on the story of the Blessed Virgin Mary and examines Marian beliefs ranging from the Immaculate Conception to Fatima.
276 pages * Softcover * $25.95

Beginning at Jerusalem

Glenn W. Olsen
This book consists of the reflections of a practising historian on Church history. Each chapter takes up a particular period and examines its central developments in relation to the present.
236 pages * Softcover * $29.95

The Primacy of the Bishop of Rome

Rev Adriano Garuti OFM
The mixed results of ecumenical dialogue since Vatican II make it clear that the Pope's primacy remains a major obstacle. Father Garuti explores in depth how this primacy is viewed by different churches.
339 pages * Softcover * $39.95

Theology of the Church

Cardinal Charles Journet
First published in 1958, this classic is more relevant than ever. The author's intellectually rigorous but highly spiritual writing provides an invaluable means of deepening our theological knowledge.
475 pages * Hardback * $59.95

Bread of Life

Fr Leonard Feeney
First published in 1952, Father Feeney's Bread of Life is a timely reminder of the basics of the Faith for today's Catholics and a clear, concise presentation for those seeking the truth.
204 pages * Softcover * $22.00

Caroline Chisholm: The Emigrant's Friend

Joanna Bogle
Caroline Chisholm: The Emigrant's Friend provides a concise outline of the life of a remarkable woman who is being rediscovered by a new generation interested in the history of Britain and Australia in the 19th century.
157 pages * Softcover * $24.95

Francis of Assisi

Edited by Jay M. Hammond
This is a collection of essays by present-day scholars on the theological and spiritual aspects of early Franciscan documents. They provide a deeper appreciation of Saint Francis in his medieval context.
290 pages * Softcover * $33.00

A Commentary on the Book of Psalms

This is a beautifully presented coffee-table style book presentation of Saint Robert Bellarmine's Commentary on the Book of Psalms translated from the original Latin by John O'Sullivan, Archdeacon of Kerry, in 1866.
382 pages * Hardback $150.00 * Softcover $99.00

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