A Catholic Introduction to the Bible
The Old Testament
Brant Pitre and John Bergsma
decades, Catholics have needed an up-to-date Introduction to the Bible that is both
readable enough for anyone to pick it up and begin study but also in-depth enough
to serve as a textbook for seminarians, graduate students, directors of religious
education, and interested lay readers. This is the very book and it is sure to be
a landmark volume for Catholic Scripture studies in the 21st century.
990 illustrated pages £40.00 Hardback
Cause of Our Joy
Walking Day By Day With Our Lady
Mother Mary Francis, P.C.C.
a beautiful book of meditations on Our Lady based on the Litany of the Blessed Virgin
and on her Magnificat prayer. It also contains reflections for all the major feasts
and solemnities of Mary, as well as poetry centred on the Mother of God.
170 pages £12.99
Chance or the Dance?
A Critique of Modern Secularism
In this new edition
of a modern classic the author explains in clear and beautiful language why secular
humanism is robbing us of the beauty, depth and profound truths of Christianity.
With laser precision through lyrical ponderings he takes us through the dismal reductionist
view of the world to the shimmering significance of this world as sign and sacrament.
A book that is more timely now than when it was first written, and a prophetic examination
of modern society’s conscience.
978-1-62164-229-9 160 pages £12.99
An Introduction to Her Life and Thought
Terrence c. Wright
Inspired by the Gospel, Dorothy Day became one of the most important American lay
Catholics of the 20th century. She was a leader in working for social justice through
her selfless service to the poor, outcast and homeless.
978-1-62164-157-5 165 pages
The Fragility of Order
Catholic Reflections on Turbulent Times
of essays that cover a wide swath of ground, from the origins of the First World
War to the papacy of Pope Francis. Their common denominator is Weigel’s conviction
that ideas have consequences, for good and ill, and that deep currents of history
flow through culture, which shapes political and economic life in ways not often
understood.. This book is unique in its application of philosophical and theological
perspectives by a renowned public intellectual to the “surface” issues of history
and politics, enabling the reader to “see” current events in a deeper way.
250 pages £19.99 Hardback
The Immovable Feast
How I Gave Up Spirituality for a Life of Religious Abundance
“…An Immovable Feast is indeed a feast to both mind and heart. It is a deeply
detailed conversion story, worthy to be compared with those of Scott Hahn and Sheldon
Vanauken. Expect great things from this man!” - Peter Kreeft, Ph.D.
978-1-62164-233-6 290 pages £18.99 Hardback
The Light Entrusted to You
Keeping the Flame of Faith Alive
John R. Wood
This book is
a very inspiring, practical primer for the common Catholic as it breaks down the
Catholic faith into six key categories that can be applied to everyday life. It uses
the four pillars of the faith - Creed, Sacraments, Life in Christ, Prayer - to create
a balanced approach to every aspect of the faith.
978-1-62164-172-8 297 pages £15.50
Mary in the Bible and in Our Lives
Fr. Wilfrid Stinissen, O.C.D.
This book is a clear
and beautiful exposition of what the Catholic Church believes and teaches about Mary.
Written by an acclaimed spiritual writer and holy monk who presents the Catholic
beliefs about Mary that he has meditated on throughout his whole priestly life
170 pages £12.99
A Chronological Record, 2006-2016
James V. Schall, S.J.
Fr. Schall presents
his insights on a resurgent Islam as it expands into Europe and America through careful
use of religious, ideological, and military means. He responds to a great demand
from people to better understand the aggressive actions of Islam and how we should
cope with them.
978-1-62164-164-3 325 pages £15.50
On the Ignatian Way
A Pilgrimage in the Footsteps of Saint Ignatius of Loyola
Iriberri, S.J., And Chris Lowney
Various experienced pilgrims share their insights
and testimonies on how to most benefit and grow spiritually from a pilgrimage. This
book is based on the legacy and lessons of St. Ignatius of Loyola who made a life
transforming pilgrimage that continues to impact countless souls today. The last
section features an adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises specific to the Ignatian
978-1-62164-146-9 220 pages £14.99 Illustrated
Priests - What Lies Ahead?
Fr. Carlos Granados
In-depth interviews with four prominent
priests and Church leaders - Archbishop Charles Chaput, Fr. Luis Ladaria, Cardinal
George Pell, and Fr. Livio Melina - on the meaning and vocation of the Catholic priesthood
today. They present insights with the authority, the experience, and the gravity
of their own priesthood on what makes a priests’s life productive and spiritually
978-1-62164-196-4 190 pages £13.99
The Spiritual Direction of Saint Claude
de la Colombière
Arranged and Translated by
Mother M. Philip, I.B.V.M.
A renowned spiritual director, writer, preacher and saint
presents deeply inspiring insights on many important aspects of holiness and the
spiritual life. Readers will find it full of practical wisdom on confession, Mass
and Communion, confidence in God, peace of soul, love of neighbour, and much more.
176 pages £12.99
Ideological Neocolonialism of the Twenty-First Century
Since the end of colonization Africa has struggled with socioeconomic and political
problems. These challenges have attracted wealthy donors from Western nations and
organizations that have assumed the roles of helper and deliverer. While some donors
have good intentions, others seek
to impose their ideology of sexual liberation. These are the ideological neocolonial
masters of the twenty-first century who aggressively push their agenda of ,radical
feminism, population control, sexualisation of children, and homosexuality.
225 pages £13.99
Integrating Faith & Reason
Brian B. Clayton and Douglas Lee Kries
basic yet engaging encounter with traditional arguments for and against God’s existence,
including such troubling topics as the question of evil and Christian belief. It
also grapples in on-technical language with arguments arising from the encounter
between contemporary natural science and traditional Christian theology.
275 pages £14.99
The Vanishing Woman
A Father Gabriel Mystery
Fiorella De Maria
Enid Jennings is the most hated woman in town, a retired headmistress and embittered
war widow, who has a talent for causing conflict and distress wherever she goes.
When Enid’s downtrodden daughter, Agnes, sees her mother vanish into thin air virtually
in front of her, she is widely assumed to have been mistaken or to have lost her
mind – her story is simply too far-fetched to be believed. Enter Fr Gabriel, working
on the principle that some stories are too strange to have been made up, who sets
out to discover
the whereabouts of Enid Jennings, the cause of her seemingly miraculous disappearance
and the person or persons responsible.
978-1-62164-223-7 250 pages £13.99