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By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed
A Catholic Defense of the Death Penalty
Edward Fraser and Joseph Bessette

“Based primarily on the natural law, this excellent and much-needed book will be valuable to Catholics and readers of any faith who ask why capital punishment is justified.”
- J. Budziszewski, Ph.D., University of Texas

978-1-62164-126-1    500 pages      £19.99

The Cardinal Műller Report
An Exclusive Interview on the State of the Church

In this interview with the leader of one of the most important Vatican Congregations you will find an in-depth discussion of hope in relation to faith and love, and in relation to Jesus Christ, the Church, the family, and contemporary society.

978-1-62164-148-3  260 pages   £14.99

Catholics and Protestants
What we can Learn from each other?
Peter Kreeft, Ph.D.

A unique book by the widely read author which focuses on the important beliefs that Catholics and Protestants share in common.
“Christians from various traditions will find this book a pleasure to read - and we will all be more understanding and better off.” - Steve Ray, Author, Crossing the Tiber

978-1-62164-101-8  200 pages  £13.99

Father Brown and the Ten Commandments
Selected Mystery Stories

A unique collection of ten of Chestertons famous Father Brown stories which puts special emphasis on the role that Brown’s Catholic faith, and the Ten Commandments, played in helping him solve the murder mysteries.

978-1-62164-035-6    255 pages  £13.99

Fatima Mysteries
Mary’s Message to the Modern Age
Grzegorz Górny and Januzs Rosikon

Contains stunningly beautiful colour photographs on every page, and in-depth detail and insights on all aspects of the story and message of Fatima. The authors probe the mysteries of Fatima and their continued relevance for our modern age.

978-1-62164-163-6   400 pages  £28.50 Hardback

The Holy Spirit, Fire of Divine Love
Fr. Wilfrid Stinissen

An easy-to-read guide to evangelization which includes inspiring personal stories from the author’s countless experiences of sharing the Faith.

978-1-62164-111-7   160 pages  £12.50

The Light Shines on in the Darkness
Contending with Suffering and Evil through Faith
Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.

Father Spitzer gives a comprehensive explanation of contemporary evidence of God, the soul, and the resurrection, and helps us understand how God uses suffering to lead us to the resurrection, and to compassion for others. He also shows how the Holy Spirit guides us through times of suffering toward our salvation - and other’s salvation, explaining the signs and interior movements that reveal the Spirit’s actions.

978-1-58617-957-1  410 pages  £16.50

Marian Veneration
Firm Foundations
Cardinal Francis Arinze

This book is written to respond to the desire of people devoted to the Blessed Virgin Mary to know more about the Blessed Mother, and to help those who don’t know her, or misunderstand her. Based on Sacred Scripture, the tradition of the Church, the sacred liturgy, and sound Catholic doctrine, this book provides rich teaching and meditations for all Marian devotees, as well as solid answers to Protestants or Evangelicals who challenge Catholics on their Marian devotion.

978-1-62164-160-5  125 pages  £12.50

The Porn Myth
Exposing the Reality Behind the Fantasy of Pornography
Matt Fradd

The Porn Myth is a non-religious response to pro-pornography

arguments. It draws from the experience of porn

performers, recent research from neurology, sociology, and

psychology to build a case for why pornography is destructive

to individuals, relationships, and society. Matt Fradd

provides insightful arguments, including the latest scientific

research, on nearly every relevant subject imaginable, exposing

the negative impact pornography has on our minds, our

relationships, and our culture.

978-1-62164-006-6  270 pages  £14.99

The Power of Silence
Against the Dictatorship of Noise

Cardinal Robert Sarah with Nicolas Diat

In a time when there is more and more noise, and technology and materialism continue to exert their hold on us, Cardinal Sarah presents a bold book about the strength of silence.  The Cardinal recalls that life is a silent relationship between what is most intimate in man and God. Silence is indispensable for hearing the music of God: prayer arises from silence and returns to silence with ever greater depth.

978-1-62164-191-9  385 pages £16.50

The Priest Barracks
Dachau 1938-1945
Guillaume Zeller

Tells the little known, dramatic story of the priests barracks at Dachau, and the clergy imprisoned there during World War 2.  Some 2,579 priests, monks and Catholic seminarians from all over Europe were imprisoned there. This book answers many questions about the barracks, how they were run, the impact of the Nazi persecution on the spiritual lives of the prisoners, and much more.

978-1-62164-099-8  250 pages  £13.99

Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, S.J.
With an Undivided Heart
Silas Henderson, S.D.S.

The inspiring story of St. Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-1591), a prince of the Holy Roman Empire who renounced his titles and wealth to serve God and the Church as a member of the Society of Jesus. This book offers unparalleld insights into his spiritual life and personality.

978-1-58617-938-0  260 pages  £13.99

Saint Mary Magdalene

Prophetess of Eucharistic Love
Fr. Sean Davidson

In telling the story of her profound conversion after a life so steeped in sin that the Lord had to expel seven demons from her soul, this book shows how Magdalene is a shining witness to the transforming power of an encounter with Jesus Christ, an encounter for her which blossomed into a life of adoration, meditation and prayer.

978-1-62164-092-9  208 pages  £13.99

The Sleeping Witness
A Father Gabriel Mystery
Fiorella de Maria

In this unusual murder mystery, the tranquility of St.Mary’s Abbey is shattered by the discovery that a foreign artist and war hero seeking refuge from the world has been murdered. Marie Paige, the frail, sickly wife of the village doctor, lies beside him beaten into a coma. The doctor is arrested but has an unlikely champion in Fr Gabriel, a blundering, but brilliant Benedictine priest who believes in his innocence and feels compelled to search for the truth.

978-1-62164-076-9   175 pages  £12.99

Sons of St. Patrick
A History of the Archbishops of New York from Dagger John to Timmytown
George Martin and Brad Miner

An objective but colourful portrait of the lives of ten extraordinary men: of saints and sinners;  of politicians and pastors; and - always - movers and shakers who as much as anyone have made New York one of the greatest cities in the world.  All ten archbishops were either born in Ireland or are of Irish heritage. But given New York’s changing ethic profile, Cardinal Timothy Dolan may be the last son of St. Patrick.

978-1-62164-113-1  505 pages £28.50 Hardback

That Nothing May Be Lost
Reflections on Catholic Doctrine and Devotion
Fr. Paul Scalia

Inspiring reflections on a wide range of Catholic teachings and practices. Rooted in Scripture, the beauty and truth of these insights places the reader on a path to a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God.

978-1-62164-150-6  250 pages  £13.99

The Way of Prayer
A Commentary on St. Teresa’s Way of Perfection
Fr. Grabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D.

This new edition of St. Teresa of Avila’s acclaimed commentary offers practical help and clear insights to Christians in all walks of life who seek ways of prayer and contemplation. Now includes all the inspiring quotations from Carmelite authors and saints on the subject.

978-1-58617-129-2  205 pages  £13.99

Who Am I to Judge?
Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love
Edward Sri

Using engaging stories and personal experience, Ed Sri provides a basis for understanding the classical foundations of morality, which will better enable us to live and share the truth. He gives seven important keys that we can take with us to understand why people embrace relativism, and respond to them with truth and love.

978-1-62164-165-0  190 pages  £13.99

Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay
How I Reclaimed My Sexual Reality and Found Peace
Daniel Mattson
 Foreword by Robert Cardinal Sarah

Raised in a Christian family, and aware of attractions to other boys , Mattson's life was marked by constant turmoil between his faith in God and his sexual attractions. Finding the conflict between his sexual desires and the teachings of his church too great, he assumed he was gay, turned his back on God, and began a relationship with another man. Yet freedom and happiness remained elusive until he discovered Christ and his true identity

978-1-62164-072-1  338 pages £14.99

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