The Devil is a Jackass
The key figure behind the establishment of a Catholic Hierarchy in Australia and a direct descendant of St Thomas More, William Ullathorne rose from cabin boy in the English navy to being the Archbishop of Birmingham. This is his fascinating autobiography.
385 pages • Softcover • $38.95
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 of the Scriptures.
133 pages • Softcover • $25.90
Fathers and Anglicans
Arthur Middleton, an Anglican, traces the development of the use in Anglicanism of the teachings of the early Fathers of an undivided Church. The experiences of early theologians striving to communicate the gospel in a pagan culture remain relevant today.
341 pages • Softcover • $54.00
Techniques of Icon and Wall Painting
"An icon is a visual theology, the Word of God. It can only be written by one who seeks and loves this holy Word. Aidan Hart understands this to the depth" (Sister Wendy Beckett).
430 pages • Hardback • $70.00
Celibacy in the Early Church
"Stefan Heid shows with strong, conclusive arguments that clerical continence was a requirement for bishops, priests and deacons from apostolic times. His arguments for a celibate clergy are convincing and irrefutable" (Fr Kenneth Baker SJ).
376 pages • Softcover • $39.95
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
Faith and Fortune
This is a fascinating account of the lives of 19th century converts to Catholicism among the British aristocracy. The author outlines the various factors which led many to become Catholics and the sacrifices involved.
228 pages • Softcover • $27.95
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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