Edited by Fr Peter Joseph
With a foreword by Cardinal George Pell, this book is a revised and enlarged version of the biography of Edmund Campion written in 1867 by George Simpson, a convert from Anglicanism. It is regarded as the definitive account of this English saint's life.
687 pages - Hardback - $60.90
Christianity and Jerusalem
Edited by Anthony O'Mahony
With an ecumenical focus the contributors to this volume have undertaken a wide-ranging historical, political and theological inquiry into the Christian presence in modern Jerusalem and the Holy Land.
326 pages - Softcover - $40.00
Newman the Oratorian
Edited by Placid Murray OSB
This is the second edition of John Henry Newman's Oratory Papers (1846-1878) comprising his Chapter Addresses and other writings on the purpose and characteristics of Oratorian life. It sheds further light on Newman's spirituality of the priesthood.
500 pages - Softcover - $59.95
The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton
Edited by William Oddie
A range of distinguished contributors, including Sheridan Gilley, Ian Ker, Aidan Nichols OP and John Saward, consider the question of whether there are good grounds for considering G.K. Chesterton for canonisation.
140 pages - Softcover - $29.95
John Henry Newman: A Very English Saint
Peter M. Chisnall
This new biography of the recently canonised John Henry Newman is based on an extensive study of his letters, diaries and private journals. It brings out Newman's role in the regeneration of English Catholicism.
312 pages - Softcover - $45.00
Christianity in Iraq
Christianity in Iraq played a major role in the early centuries of the Church bringing the faith to India, China and Central Asia. This authoritative account is timely in light of recent events in Iraq.
265 pages - Softcover - $29.95
The Path to Rome
Edited by Dwight Longenecker & Dwight Blamires
In this tenth anniversary edition, extensively revised and updated, the editors of The Path to Rome have gathered the stories of American and British adult converts to the Catholic faith, including several public figures. 379 pages - Softcover - $39.95
Light of the World
Pope Benedict XVI
Never has a pope, in a book-length interview, dealt so directly with such wide-ranging and controversial issues. Veteran journalist Peter Seewald is again the interviewer, with such topics as the dictatorship of relativism, clergy sex abuse, Islam, message of Fatima and renewal of the Church.
219 pages - Hardback - $29.95
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