Art and Sacrificial Love
A Conversation with Michael O’Brien
wide-ranging discussion by two Catholic artists and gifted writers that explores
the wellsprings of Christian art, and the sacrificial love it requires.
115 illustrated pages £12.50
The City of God
Selections and Introduction by Hans Urs von Balthasar
volume offers a simple road through Augustine’s gargantuan masterpiece. It contains
selections from The City of God, culled for their beauty and spiritual power, bolstered
with notes, and arranged by theme, from creation to Rome to happiness to the end
of time. In Augustine, the heart is as crucial as the mind.
Couples, Awaken Your Love!
Robert Cardinal Sarah
Presents the essentials from a special
retreat Cardinal Robert Sarah preached to married couples in Lourdes. The heart of
its message is the certainty that there is a path to renewal for everyone and that
no situation is hopeless. This book is for all couples, including those who are struggling,
who want to rediscover that their love is a sacred story.
978-1-62164-368-5 140 pages
The Truth About Clergy Sexual Abuse
Clarifying the Facts and the Causes
This work challenges many myths about clergy sexual abuse, demonstrating that the
sexual abuse of minors is a problem that haunts virtually every institution, religious
and secular, where adults interact
with young people. It also provides compelling evidence of the tremendous progress
that the Church has made in preventing abuse.,
978-1-62164-485-9 250 pages £15.50
Four More Witnesses
Further Testimony from Christians Before Constantine
earlier work by Rod Bennett, Four Witnesses: The Early Church in Her Own Words, has
become a modern classic of apologetics and impacted the faith of thousands of readers.
Now, fans of that pageturning spiritual adventure will have a new chance to go further
up and in with four more of the earliest Christian writers whose works have survived
to our own times.
978-1-62164-374-6 180 pages £13.99
The Greatest Philosopher Who Ever Lived
If Jesus Christ is wisdom incarnate,
and if Mary of Nazareth loved Him more than anyone ever did, then it holds that Mary
is the greatest philosopher, the greatest wisdomlover. Kreeft not only unpacks the
thought and spirit of Mary as we know her through Scripture and Church doctrine,
but offers a heartfelt crash course in the basics of philosophy—methodology, epistemology,
logic, metaphysics, cosmology, ethics, politics, aesthetics, and more—all through
the lens of the Mother of God.
978-1-62164-479-8 302 pages £15.50
How Saints Die
100 Stories of Hope
With in-depth research and an
incisive sense of storytelling, Sicari brings before our eyes the gracious last hours
of 100 men and women, lovers and martyrs, thinkers and labourers, ancients and moderns,
old men and teenagers, including Kateri Tekakwitha, Maximilian Kolbe, Mother Teresa,
Thomas Aquinas, Josephine Bakhita, Jérôme Lejeune, Clare of Assisi, and many more.
In each, a new colour of the divine light shines through.
In The Eye of the Storm
A Biography of Gregory the Great
narrative of the life of Gregory the Great reads more like a novel, evoking the landscape
of early medieval Italy with humanity and realism. It brings us face to face with
a man who, for all his weakness, became an instrument in the hand of God and let
himself be made great.
978-1-62164-364-7 306 pages £14.99
Jesuit at Large
Essays and Reviews by Paul V. Mankowski, S.J.
Edited with an Introduction by George Weigel
Fr Paul Mankowski, S.J. (1953-2020),
was one of the most brilliant Catholic thinkers and scintillating writers of our
time. His essays and reviews, collected here for the first time, display a singular
learning, a penetrating insight into the challenges of Catholic life in the post-modern
world, and a unique wit.
978-1-62164-514-6 235 pages £14.99
Stories and Memories of My Mentor and Friend
Father Gabriele Amorth
portrait of a great modern saint by the well-known exorcist, close friend and spiritual
son of Padre Pio. Read many unknown, intriguing stories about the beloved Padre fromAmorth’s
own memories and encounters. We learn how a young Padre Pio cured himself of a childhood
disease by wolfing down all his mother’s fried bell peppers. We sense what it was
like to go to confession with the friar, famous not only for reading consciences,
but for his blunt, slap-like remarks to hardened penitents: “When are you going to
quit being such a pig?” We hear first-hand accounts of his miracles, of his stigmata,
of his long, moving Masses.
978-1-62164-440-8 160 pages £13.99
Priests in Love with God
And Eager to Witness to the Gospel
Archbishop Emeritus Alfred
This book traces the development of priestly discipleship and spirituality
in the face of historical challenges, and draws on this history to spell out a vision
for renewal, attuned to the contemporary era. It is intended to serve a double purpose.
It can serve as a text for seminarians, used together with a reader drawn from the
cited classics, or as a rich source of spiritual reading for priests and bishops.
978-1-62164-478-1 175 pages £13.99
Speaking the Truth in Love
Practical Approaches to Same Sex Issues
Edited by Janet
Living the Truth in Love, dealt largely with the underlying Christian
anthropology that informs Church teaching on same sex attraction. This volume focuses
on practical approaches, drawing upon the wisdom of scripture, theology, canon law,
psychiatry and psychology. These essays deal with the eternal consequences of the
choices we make, with studies done on the origin of same sex attraction, with techniques
for healing the emotions and counseling those with unwanted same sex attraction.
370 pages £19.99
Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
Living on Love
Fr. Didier-Marie Golay
With over 150 stunning
photographs and plentiful sidebars on history, geography, and themes, this gorgeous
book helps us enter into the universe of “the greatest saint of modern times” to
discover the simplicity of her daily life and of her relationships, both human and
spiritual. This is a unique, very beautiful and powerful work that will inspire readers
to desire to imitate St. Thérèse in “living on love”.
978-1-62164-541-2 320 illustrated
pages £28.50 Hardback
Paradox and Mystery
Henri de Lubac
In these reflections written at the end of Vatican II, de Lubac—who
played a key role at the Council yet was leery of rapid reform—searches out the
wrinkled, mysterious beauty of the Church he loves as his mother.
De Lubac, who died
in 1991, reflects deeply on the nature of authentic holiness in the modern world
and argues that sainthood is not only possible but already—through the work of the
Holy Spirit—quite alive amidst all the storms, whether in his time or in
978-1-62164-445-3 206 pages £15.50
Wisdom and Wonder
How Peter Kreeft Shaped the Next Generation of Catholics
This collection of eighteen essays, mainly by millennial Catholic leaders
and converts to the Catholic faith, celebrates Kreeft’s significant legacy and
impact, his most important books, and the many ways he has imparted to others those
two seminal gifts: wisdom and wonder.
978-1-62164-423-1 208 pages £14.99
Maria von Trapp and Her Musical Family
In this latest Vision book the
fascinating true story of the famous von Trapp family is told for young people. A
harrowing and unforgettable story of their many adventures and ultimate glorious
978-1-62164-368-5 291 pages £9.99