Advancing the Culture of Death
Peter Hung Manh Tran CSsR
Father Tran analyses both sides of the argument on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. He then provides a clear presentation of the Catholic position. An essential reference on this important question.
294 pages * Softcover * $20.00
A Family Retreat
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
This colour DVD contains twelve half hour talks given by Archbishop Sheen during a retreat in the 1970s for children,teenagers and parents. The topics covered include the Mass, confession, suffering, youth and sex and Our Lady.
DVD * $29.95
Truth and Tolerance
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
Upholding the notion of religious truth while asserting the right of religious freedom, Cardinal Ratzinger outlines the timeless teaching of the Catholic Church. This book is a vital reference point for those contending with the forces of secularism and cultural relativism.
284 pages * Softcover * $33.00
Answers, Not Promises
Mother M. Angelica
The remarkable Mother Angelica, founder of the world's largest religious TV channel EWTN, offers her typically wise, commonsense and frank advice on how to handle the everyday problems we encounter.
263 pages * Hardback * $29.9
William Bernard Ullathorne
This is the definitive biography of a key figure in Australian Catholic history. Fr (later Archbishop) Ullathorne's long and eventful career from cabin boy to Archbishop of Birmingham is explored in fascinating detail.
538 pages * Hardback * $60.00
The Da Vinci Hoax
Based on the book The Da Vinci Hoax, this DVD features the authors Dan Olson and Sandra Meisel, along with biblical scholar, Fr Mitch Pacwa SJ. Aided by graphics and art works, this documentary exposes the errors and deceptions of The Da Vinci Code
DVD * $35.95
The Spirit of the Liturgy
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
This is perhaps Cardinal Ratzinger's most important statement on the Liturgy. He discusses basic misunderstandings of Vatican II's intentions for renewal and examines a host of aspects of the Liturgy.
232 pages * Hardback * $40.00
Arms of Love
Arms of Love presents the truth about Christian intimacy based on John Paul II's Theology of the Body. The novel shows how in a culture of sexual permissiveness, young people can still live out their Catholic faith in relationships and marriage.
456 pages * Softcover * $34.00
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