Stimulating reading from Freedom Publishing
Theology of the Body for Beginners
In his latest book, Christopher West provides a short, accessible summary of John Paul II's revolutionary teaching, exploring the links between sex and the deepest questions of human existence.
150 pages * Softcover * $25.00
The Incredible Da Vinci Code
Clear, concise and penetrating, this is an ideal gift for friends or relations who believe The Da Vinci Code contains accurate history. With a movie of the book now screening, Dr Frank Mobbs' book is particularly timely.
53 pages * Softcover * $9.95
Arthur Burton Calkins
This study of Pope John Paul II's program of Marian entrustment and consecration examines these in light of the history of the Church and the Pope's writings. Fr Calkins is currently a member of the Ecclesia Dei Commission in Rome.
334 pages * Softcover * $10.00
A Book of Feasts and Seasons
This book enables families and schools to connect with their Christian history and customs, with fascinating information and enjoyable activities for every occasion of the Christian year.
193 pages * Softcover * $24.00
Peter J. Kreeft
Catholic Christianity offers a thorough summary, based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church, of Catholic doctrine, morality and worship in a popular format with less technical language. It would be an ideal resource for upper secondary or adult catechetics.
426 pages * Softcover * $34.95
Pope Pius XII: Architect for Peace
Margherita Marchione's book provides a telling defence of Pius XII against critics - from Hochhuth to Cornwell - of his World War II role and in particular his alleged failure to intervene on behalf of the Jews. 345 pages * Softcover * $38.00
Seeking the Absolute Love
Mayeul de Dreuille OSB
The author presents a concise account of the early founders of Christian monasticism from Clement of Alexandria to St Bernard. He shows how each foundation adapted to the changing cultural environments.
145 pages * Softcover * $22.00
Hilaire Belloc was one of the most important Christian writers of the 20th century. Joseph Pearce's excellent biography, with access to Belloc's unpublished letters, sheds further light on a romantic, complex and solitary character.
318 pages * Hardback * $49.95
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