The World of St Paul
Joseph M. Callewaert
This fascinating and well-researched work provides a popular and informed account of the apostle and the times in which he lived. Callewaert rejects the claims of some scholars that Paul invented Christianity, departing from what Jesus taught.
210 pages - Softcover - $33.90
Citadel of God
Louis de Wohl
Here, as in all his novels about great saints of the Church, Louis de Wohl weaves an intricate and colourful tapestry of violence, love and piety to tell with historical accuracy the story of St Benedict and the tempestuous era in which he lived.
345 pages - Softcover - $35.90
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
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
Blessed (John Paul II)
This is a special glossy edition of the Vatican weekly, L'Osservatore Romano, commemorating the beatification of Pope John Paul II. It is profusely illustrated along with highlights of his remarkable pontificate. An essential souvenir of this historic occasion.
96 pages - Softcover - $8.00
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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