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 Autumn/Winter 2014

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Catholic Literary Giants
A Field Guide to the Catholic Literary Landscape
Joseph Pearce

a wide variety of great literary writers from various eras and backgrounds.  Well-known authors like G.K.Chesterton, Graham Greene and J.R.R.Tolkien and lesser-known such such as Roy Campbell, Maurice Baring, and Owen Barfield. Even includes the new saint, John Paul II, who wrote many literary and poetic pieces, including The Jeweler’s Shop.

978-1-58617-944-1   450 pages  £15.99

Could You Not Watch with Me One Hour?
Fr. Florian Racine

Offers s a beautiful formation guide in Eucharistic Adoration that will enable us to practice it in all its depth, and with missionary perspective. Includes inspiring and practical Eucharistic prayer meditations for every week of the year.

978-1-58617-777-5  300 pages  £12.99

Dare We Hope
“That All Men Be Saved”? 2nd Edition
Hans Urs von Balthasar

The Catholic Church’s teaching on Hell has been generally neglected by theologians, with the notable exception of von Balthasar. He grounds his reflections clearly in Sacred Scripture, and in Catholic teaching. The Church hopes that in their final moments of life, even the greatest sinners would have repented of their terrible sins, and be saved.

978-1-58617-942-7  260 pages  £14.99

The Didache Bible
Ignatius Catholic Bible - RSV, 2nd Edition

Includes extensive commentaries on all books of the Holy Bible based on the
Catechism of the Catholic Church. This Bible is considered by many Catholic leaders and authors, including Peter Kreeft and Scott Hahn, as the most beautiful English translation of the Bible today.

978-1-58617-973-1 Hardback £32.50

978-1-58617-972-4  Bonded Leather £47.50

The Little Flowers of Pope Francis
Andrea Tornielli

Inspiring insights from the actual words, actions and encounters of Pope Francis during his first year in the papacy. Tornielli, the foremost Vatican insider journalist, uses his unique access and long experience to present a wonderful kaleidoscope of moving stories.

978-1-58617-931-1   185 pages  £14.99 Hardback

Following Jesus Every Day
How Believing Transforms Living
Cardinal Christoph Schönborn

The catechesis in this volume addresses the basic questions of Christian morality, how we live what we believe as followers of Christ. “Catechesis” means a strengthening in the faith, of what we believe, and thus live. Cardinal Schönborn points out that we are not left alone in our conduct, in the difficult task of coping with life’s challenges: God’s grace helps us. Thanks to this divine help, good conduct is possible, as we see in the great examples of the saints.

978-1-58617-785-0   165 pages  £9.99

The Gospel of the Family
Going Beyond Cardinal Kasper’s Proposal in the Debate on Marriage, Civil Re-Marriage and Communion in the Church
J.J. Pérez-Soba and S. Kampowski

An in-depth response to the controversial words of Cardinal Kasper about the Church’s teachings on marriage, re-marriage and reception of the Eucharist.

978-1-58617-994-6  243 pages  £12.99

The Hobbit Party
The Vision of Freedom that Tolkien Got, and West Forgot
Jay Richards and Jonathan Witt

Reveals Tolkien’s richly theological vision of man as a creature whose proper end is freedom but who is easily corrupted by power. This book shows how his Middle-earth novels championed liberty, trade, and limited government. It breaks new ground in the field of Tolkien studies by correcting misconceptions circulated even by some Tolkien scholars.

978-1-58617-823-9  232 pages  £17.99 Hardback

The Hope of the Family
A Dialogue with Cardinal Műller

A frank conversation on one of the most controversial topics in the Catholic Church - marriage, divorce, and civil remarriage - by one of Pope Francis’ top advisers.

978-1-62164-002-8   90 pages  £7.99

The Maid of Orleans
Sven Stolpe

This book combines both scholarship and beautiful literary writing to present a new historical look at the popular Joan of Arc. It puts an emphasis on the spiritual significance of St. Joan, her mystical qualities and her sharing in the sufferings of Christ.

978-1-58617-152-0  360 pages  £12.99

Mary of Nazareth
The Life of Our Lady in Pictures
Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC

This is a lavishly illustrated volume full of beautiful pictures from the movie with inspiring commentary and meditations by the very popular Marian priest.

978-1-58617-998-4  125 pages £15.99 Hardback

Mercy’s Gaze
100 Readings from Scripture and the Diary of St. Faustina
Vinny Flynn

Breaks new ground as the firsit-ever themed collection of both diary passages and Scripture verses intended to inspire prayerful reflection. Vinny Flynn has selected parallel passages from Scripture and the Diary of St. Faustina that develop key mercy themes and encourage you to gaze on Jesus. This is rich spiritual fare for 100 days of prayer and reflection, with the Diary revealed as a Gospel of Mercy.

978-1-59614-291-6  170 pages  £9.99

Not God’s Type

An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms
Holly Ordway

This is an honest, vivid, personal account of a journey from atheism to Christianity. It is the story of an academic becoming convinced of the truth of Christianity on rational grounds - but also an account of God’s grace acting in and through her imagination.

978-1-58617-999-1  205 pages  £14.99 Hardback

On Human Life
Humanae Vitae
Pope Paul VI with Foreword by Mary Eberstadt

erhaps the most controversial Church document of modern times, it forms the basis of St John Paul II’s popular Theology of the Body. Its

re-release marks Pope Francis’ beatification of Pope Paul VI.

978-1-62164-001-1  100 pages  £6.99

Practical Theology
Spiritual Direction from Saint Thomas Aquinas
Peter Kreeft

Here are 359 pieces of wisdom from St. Thomas’s masterpiece, the Summa Theologiae. These gold nuggets have helped Kreeft in the struggles of real life, to live in the real world, to grow closer to the Lord, and he hopes they will do the same for his readers. After each passage directly from Aquinas, Kreeft provides brief spiritual commentary to help explain it and apply it.

978-1-58617-968-8  376 pages  £17.99

Remade for Happiness
Achieving Life’s Purpose Through Spiritual Transformation
Fulton J. Sheen

In this classic work, Fulton Sheen explains the secret of authentic happiness: being spiritually remade. A genuinely spiritual life, Sheen contends, consists in more than obeying a set of commands, submitting to certain laws, reading the Bible, or even following the example of Jesus. Before all else, it consists in being re-created and incorporated into a new, higher kind of life - the supernatural life of grace - and brought into a new kind of spiritual relationship - as a child of God through Jesus Christ.

978-1-58617-783-6  250 pages  £13.99

Remaining in the Truth of Christ
Marriage and Communion in the Catholic Church
Edited by Robert Dodaro, O.S.A.

Drawing on both Biblical and Patristic writings on marriage this is an in-depth response by well-known Cardinals and scholars to the controversial words of Cardinal Kasper about the Church’s teachings on marriage, re-marriage and reception of the Eucharist.

978-1-58617-995-3  275 pages  £18.99

The Smile of a Ragpicker
The Life of Satoko Kitahara -
Convert and Servant of the Slums of Tokyo
Fr. Paul Glynn

A moving, inspiring true story, by the author of A Song for Nagasaki, of the life of a modern Christian heroine in Japanese culture who gave up wealth to serve the poorest of the poor.

978-1-58617-881-9  289 pages  £12.99

The Spirit of the Liturgy
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger

Written in a readable, inpirational style to appeal to a wide audience Ratzinger devotees call this his greatest work on the Liturgy. A bestseller in hardback this is its first appearance in paperback form. Includes an extensive new index.

978-1-58617-997-7  260 pages  £14.99

in Saint Faustina’s Footsteps
Grzegorz Gorny

This is the most complete book on Saint Faustina available. Lavishly illustrated with colour pictures on every page it is essentially a love story about God’s immense love for his people and the reciprocation of this love by the humble Polish nun, canonized a saint by Pope John Paul II. It also tells the little known story behind Divine Mercy.

978-1-58617-808-6   285 pages  £25.00 Hardback

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