God Sent His Son
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn
World-renowned theologian Cardinal Schonborn begins with the conviction of faith that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah of Israel, the Son of the Living God. He explores the development of the Church's understanding of this truth to an analysis of contemporary theologies.
412 pages • Softcover • $49.90
Behold, God's Son!
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn
Cardinal Schonborn, a former student of Benedict XVI, presents reflections on the person of Christ as found in the words and images presented in the Gospel of Mark. These Sunday reflections follow the course of the liturgical year.
238 pages • Softcover • $29.00
With a foreword from Pope Benedict XVI this Youth Catechism deals with the entire Catholic faith as presented in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. The work is structured in Question=and-Answer format, is beautifully illustrated and contains an index and definitions of key terms.
303 pages • Softcover • $30.00
What We Can't Not Know
Professor Budziszewski challenges the modern assumption that moral truth is obscure or even unattainable. With clear, logical arguments he rehabilitates the natural law tradition, restoring confidence in the moral code based on human nature.
291 pages • Softcover • $35.90
2012 Saints Calendar & Daily Planner
This 16-month illustrated Saints Calendar and Daily Planner would make an ideal present. It commences at September 2011 and continues until December 2012. It includes a saint for every day of the year and 70 illustrations of saints and their biographies plus many other attractive features.
208 pages • Softcover • $25.00
Pope Benedict XVI and the Liturgy
Anselm J. Gribbin
Father Gribbin examines the liturgical theology of Pope Benedict in his magisterial teachings and writings, arguing that these point the way forward for the Church, and that his teachings are best understood in light of his earlier theological writings.
235 pages • Softcover • $35.00
The Council in Question
Moyra Doorly & Aidan Nichols OP
With a foreword by Cardinal Pell, this book presents a fascinating exchange between Moyra Doorly, representing the viewpoint of the Society of St Pius X, and Fr Aidan Nichols who sets out the orthodox post-Vatican II view.
97 pages • Softcover • $19.95
Church, Ecumenism & Politics
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
Cardinal Ratzinger (now Benedict XVI) shows us in these collected essays that religious liberty can be supported without entailing theological relativism. He identifies what is orthodox and what is heterodox in today's disputes.
258 pages • Hardback • $39.90
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