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The Hound of Distributism
Edited by Richard Aleman
A Solution for our Social and Economic Crisis
Distributism is a political economy championing the sustainability of decentralized, local economies with the aim of ensuring the widest ownership of the means of production. The solution to our present socio-economic malaise is an economy that treats people and God as if they mattered.
The Hound of Distributism is a collection of essays written by leading distributist authors from around the world. Given our present social and economic crisis, this timely and rich volume challenges the sterility of our present by recovering the value of the socio-economic theory of Distritutism.
978 1 50510 477 6 266 pages £12.99
The Woman Who Was Chesterton
Nancy Carpentier Brown
This is a love story. But it is also a detective story, and best of all it is a true story told here for the first time. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was a romantic, a writer of detective stories and a teller of the truth. His own story and the stories he told are becoming better and better known, but what has remained unknown is the story of the most important person in his life, his wife Frances.
Nancy Carpentier Brown has done incredible detective work to uncover the mystery of Frances, tracking a figure who managed to leave very few traces of herself.
It is quite likely that as more is discovered about Frances, more biographies will be written of her, and they will be even more complete. But they will all come back to this one.
978 1 50510 478 3 266 pages £12.99
A Year with Mary
Books about the Blessed Virgin abound, yet the words of St Bernard of Clairvaux still ring true: “Of Mary, there is never enough!”. She is a mystery that faithful Christians seek to understand more fully, an ocean “full of Grace” still awaiting deeper exploration.
In A Year with Mary: Daily Meditations on the Mother of God, best-selling author Paul Thigpen sets sail on that ocean, using as his map the profound insights of saints and other spiritual writers. These 365 reflections, drawn from their writings reveal Mary’s role in God’s plan, the virtues she so perfectly models and the rich benefits of Marian devotion.
978 1 61890 696 0 388 pages £30
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J R Tolkien’s magnum opus, The Lord of the Rings, has been beloved for generations, selling millions of copies and delighting audiences with the award-winning film adaptations. The immense cultural impact of this epic is undeniable but the deeper meaning of the story often goes unnoticed.
Here, Joseph Pearce, the author of Bilbo’s Journey, uncovers the rich - and distinctly Christian - meaning just beneath the surface of The Lord of the Rings. Journey with Frodo as he makes his perilous trek from the Shire to Mordor, while Pearce expertly reveals the deeper, spiritual significance.
Did you know that the events of the Lord of the Rings are deeply intertwined with the Christian calendar? Or what the Ring, with its awesome and terrible power, represents? How do the figures of good and evil in the story reflect those forces in our own lives? Find the answers to these questions and much more in Frodo’s Journey.
978 1 61890 675 5 150 pages £9.99
Witness to Love
Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret
Marriage Support from One Couple to Another
Extraordinary marriages don’t just happen. They flow from grace-filled, faithful, and fruitful covenants of love. Every marriage and even preparation for marriage, has its ups and downs. In a world and culture that seems to isolate and criticize, authors Ryan and Mary-Rose proclaim you are not alone.
In these pages they offer the married and soon to be married a programme for profound and transformative discipleship. Witness to Love gives married couples the tools and encouragement to share the grace, struggles, joys and blessings of their marriage with young couples in desperate need of mentors.
978 161890 698 4 196 pages £9.99
Saints Who Battled Satan
Satan is real. He’s a formidable foe who wants to snatch us away from God, and the thought of doing battle with him can seem daunting. Even so, the saints who have gone before us have engaged the Devil, armed with the power of Christ … and emerged victorious! These fellow warriors in heaven now fight on our behalf.
In Saints Who Battled Satan, Paul Thigpen, author of Manual for Spiritual Warfare, details the heroic combat of 17 saints who defeated the Enemy.
In Saints Who Battled Satan, discover:
How Satan attacks us through extraordinary assaults and everyday temptations.
How these 17 saints used prayer, Scripture, the sacraments, and other spiritual weapons against the Enemy.
Read the inspiring and triumphant stories of Padre Pio, Francis of Assisi, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, John Vianney, and a dozen other saints who battled Satan. Find the strength, the courage, and the faith to win your own war against the Enemy.
978 161980 718 9 266 pages £13.99