Pope John: Blessed John XXIII
A vivid picture of the man relatively unknown until his elevation to the Papacy. This was the Pope who convened Vatican II, and without understandingJohn XXIII, one cannot fully understand the subsequent development of the Church.
328pp • Softcover • $33.00
Psalms in Haiku Form
This vivid and deeply moving new translation of the Psalms is based on the ancient Japanese form of Haiku poetry. Its simplicity will appeal to those looking for new ways in which to view their favourite verses.
184 pages • Softcover • $21.95
Culture and Abortion
Examining the scourge of abortion from a cultural perspective, Edward Short draws on history, literature and papal encyclicals to show how defending the right to life can help us reaffirm an understanding of culture based not on human pride or power but on a "civilization of life and love".
308 pages • Softcover • $35.00
John Paul II: Man of Prayer
Clare Anderson and Joanna Bogle
This book uncovers the spiritual message of the life of John Paul II. In exploring his spiritual life, we can learn what inspired and nourished this remarkable man. Studying his inner life we come to understand that at its heart were simplicity and joy.
157 pages • Softcover • $19.95
Love is His Meaning
Julian of Norwich, England's greatest mystic, became the first woman to write in the English language when she recorded her Sixteen Showings revealing the intimate message of God's love. The author guides the newcomers to Julian to understand both her theology and meaning.
145 pages • Softcover • $19.95
The Dream of Gerontius
John Henry Newman
Cardinal Newman's renowned poem describes the death of an old man and the journey of his soul to the judgment seat of God. First published in 1865, it quickly became a bestseller in its field. In an insightful preface, Father Benedict Groeschel CFR explains the relevance of the work for today.
80 pages • Softcover • $17.95
Rich in Years
Johann Christoph Arnold
With a foreword by Archbishop Tim Costelloe of Perth, Rich in Years covers the significant topics facing the elderly, their families and caregivers: accepting changes, combatting loneliness and continuing on with purpose and hope.
161 pages • Softcover • $17.95
Persecution Without Martyrdom
An important study of post-Reformation English Catholic history, focusing on the 18th century, a period of "persecution without martyrdom". It surveys both persecuted laity and clergy and the local chapels and churches.
462 pages • Softcover • $50.00
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