The Cure D'Ars Today
George William Rutler
Noted American convert author Father George Rutler captures the spirit of the age in which Saint John Vianney lived, unveils the sanctity of a humble parish priest and gets to the heart of what it means to be a priest.
273 pages • Softcover • $29.90
A History of Apologetics
Cardinal Avery Dulles
One of America's greatest theologians, the late Cardinal Avery Dulles, provides an overview of Christian apologetics from the New Testament, through the Middle Ages, to the present. The book notes the decline in apologetics following Vatican II and its recent revival.
417 pages • Softcover • $39.90
Mother Angelica: Prayers & Personal Devotions
Edited by Raymond Arroyo
Mother Angelica's humour, warmth and wisdom shine through this collection based on her handwritten meditations, prayer journal, Stations of the Cross and devotions and petitions.
193 pages • Hardback • $34.00
Paul Gardiner SJ
This is the only authorised biography of Blessed Mary MacKillop by the Vatican's official Postulator for the cause of her sainthood. First published in 1993 it has now been updated in a new edition. It hides none of the shameful treatment Mary MacKillop endured while underlining her unstinting charity and loyalty.
505 pages • Softcover • $34.95
Damien of Molokai
Edited Don Mullan
Contained here is the impassioned defence of Father Damien of Molokai by famed author Robert Louis Stevenson along with his prophesy that Damien would one day be canonised.
88 pages • Softcover • $15.00
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
Fires of Faith
Acclaimed historian Eamon Duffy sheds fresh light on the reign of the much-maligned Mary Tudor. It is a fitting successor to Duffy's Stripping of the Altars providing a scholarly balance to the often intense debates about the English Reformation.
249 pages • Hardback • $56.95
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