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The Riddle of Father Hackett
Leading Australian author Brenda Niall tells the story of a remarkable priest, prominent in both Ireland and Australia, including his close associations with Daniel Mannix, Irish Republicanism and political controversies in Australia.
320 pages * Softcover * $39.95
The Battle Ground
First published in 1936, and written in Hilaire Belloc's usual vivid and readable style, The Battle Ground provides a lively account of the ancient Jews and other Middle Eastern cultures and their impact on history and today's world.
291 pages * Softcover * $35.90
Labour and Justice
Labour and Justice traces the origins and development of Catholic social thought relating to the rights and duties of labour. It looks at biblical teaching on workers in the Old and New Testaments and follows its evolution through to the more recent papal encyclicals.
288 pages * Softcover * $50.00
Children of the Second Spring
Here is an inspiring account of one of England's most famous priests, Father James Nugent, who pioneered Catholic charitable work in the streets of Liverpool and founded many institutions for the poor and needy.
346 pages * Softcover * $33.95
Peter J. Kreeft
Coming from one of America's most respected and prolific Catholic writers, this is a thorough, complete and accessible catechetical summary of Catholic beliefs based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
426 pages * Softcover * $34.95
A Life with Karol
Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz
This intimate, affectionate portrait of Pope John Paul II by his longtime secretary and confidant reveals fascinating new details about the opinions, hopes, fears, and dramatic life of the late Pontiff.
260 pages * Hardback * $39.95
The Death of a Pope
Piers Paul Read
This powerful tale combines vivid characters, high drama, love, betrayal, faith and redemption in a story of intrigue, church espionage, and an attempt to destroy the Papacy. The conclusion is unexpected and unforgettable.
215 pages * Hardback * $43.90
Restoring the Anglican Mind
This is a topical book in light of Benedict XVI's recent initiative to ease the path for Anglicans wishing to 'cross the Tiber'. Canon Middleton examines Anglicanism's current loss of identity and how this should be addressed.
101 pages * Softcover * $24.00
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