Catholic Thought since the Enlightenment
Aidan Nichols OP
Leading British theologian Father Nichols explores the theological history of Catholicism over the past 200 years, providing a perspective on the present state of the Catholic Church and its institutes of theology.
224 pages • Softcover • $33.90
Simon Called Peter
Dom Mauro-Giuseppe Lepori O.Cist.
Abbot Lepori's meditation on the relationship between Our Lord and St Peter invites us to consider our own relationship with Christ. The author imaginatively retells the well-known Gospel stories, making them present and deepening our understanding.
133 pages • Softcover • $25.90
The Eternal Woman
Gertrud von le Fort
In 1934, when The Eternal Woman was first published in German, the poisonous influence of feminism was yet to be felt. The author, in this prophetic book, understood the war on womanhood and motherhood which accompanied attacks on the Catholic Church.
108 pages • Softcover • $21.90
Dom Bede Camm OSB
Forgotten Shrines was first published in 1910 and introduces readers to the ancient homes of the great recusant families and the lives of those who resided in them. It also chronicles the relics and memorials of the martyrs linked to these sites.
413 pages • Softcover • $49.95
With Us Today
John A. Hardon SJ
The late Father John Hardon was one of America's foremost theologians and here he provides a telling antidote to the loss of faith in recent years in Jesus' real presence in the Eucharist. He explores the Eucharist's history and the Church's teaching on the sacrament.
195 pages • Softcover • $29.95
Padre Pio Under Investigation
Translated from the Italian, the documents contained in this book reveal every aspect of Padre Pio's life, including his amazing supernatural gifts and stigmata. It also includes letters from his spiritual father and a chronology of his life.
311 pages • Softcover • $35.90
The Mystery of Mary
Dr Paul Haffner offers a clear and structured overview of the theology and doctrines concerning the Virgin Mary, set in an historical perspective. He works through the Old and New Testement references and each of the Church's key doctrines.
285 pages • Softcover • $30.00
The Sensus Fidelium
This book provides an introduction to the nature of the sensus fidelium: its terms of reference, its history, the views of post-Vatican II theologians and how these can be viewed in the context of John Henry Newman's thought and teaching.
164 pages • Softcover • $30.00
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