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The Fullness of Truth
Catholicism and the World’s Major Religions
Rev Thomas Kocik

The Literature on world religions is immense, and countless apologetical works ably defend the "faith which was once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). THE FULLNESS OF TRUTH uniquely combines those themes, providing a Christian, and specifically Catholic, apologetics within the study of other religions and other Christian traditions. Seeking wisdom wherever wisdom may be found, the author identifies the elements of revealed truth found outside the Catholic Church and outside the biblical orbit (the "seeds of the Word" sown by the Holy Spirit) and explains how those partial and hazy truths reach their fullest dimensions in Catholicism.
9780988188815                     208 pages                                   £7.99

Mensis Eucharisticus
A Month of Eucharistic Devotions for Priests

The Latin text and English translation on facing pages, presenting a series of daily meditations on the Eucharist arranged by day of the month, serving as meditations before and after Mass, for use by priests of the Roman Catholic Church.
“Word and Eucharist are so deeply bound together that we cannot understand one without the other. The Word of God sacramentally takes flesh in the event of the Eucharist. The Eucharist opens us to an understanding of Scripture, just as Scripture for its part illumines and explains the mystery of the                                   Eucharist.” - Pope Benedict XVI

9780988188808                       96 pages                                                £7.99

Dominus Est! - It is the Lord!
Reflections of a Bishop of Central Asia on Holy Communion
The Most Reverend Schneider

Holy Communion is not just a convivial moment of spiritual nourishment; it is the most personal encounter possible in this life between the faithful Christian and his Lord and God. The best interior attitude to this encounter is one of receptivity, humility, and spiritual childhood. Such an attitude, by its very nature, is expressed through gestures of adoration and reverence. We have eloquent witnesses to this truth from the tradition of the Church, summarised by the sayings cum amore ac timore (with love and fear) from the first millennium and quantum potes, tantum aude (dare to do as much as you can) from the second. To illustrate how this attitude manifests itself, the author shares stories of three "Eucharistic women" known to him from the Soviet Underground. This book encourages Catholics of the third millennium to treat the Lord, in the august moment of Holy Communion, in a manner appropriate to the Church's tradition.
'I have read the whole book with delight. It is excellent' - Francis Cardinal Arinze

978 097788 461 2 - 64 pages - £6.99  See also: Corpus Christi

Liturgical Reflections of a Papal Master of Ceremonies
Reverend Monsignor Guido Marini

Anyone who watches or participates in a papal liturgy is struck by the seeming effortlessness with which it is conducted , resulting in a celebration which is prayerful, dignified, and uplifting. Of course, as anyone might also surmise, such an achievement is not possible without great effort - study, prayer, reflection, rehearsal. The person responsible for bringing the many elements together (liturgical texts, music, ministers, worship aids for the congregation, the Pope himself) is the priest designated as the "Master of the Pontifical Ceremonies". He is discretely omnipresent, always found standing to the left of the Sovereign Pontiff. For some time now, that man has been Reverend Monsignor Guido Marini, a priest of the Archdiocese of Genoa, known for his gentleness and clear vision.
Here Monsignor Marini takes the oppurtunity to explain why he makes the liturgical judgements he makes and how they are grounded in both sound theological principles and the goals of Pope Benedict XVI for the liturgical life of the whole Church.
What the Pope does in the sacred rites has taken on even greater importance in the present age of easy communication and travel, making papal ceremonies even more accessible and thus, potentially, even more exemplary.

978 0 9778846 5 0 - 112 pages - £7.99

Lauds and Vespers
This Latin/English, 1600-page prayer book contains the texts from the Liturgy of the Hours for Lauds (Morning Prayer) and Vespers (Evening Prayer) for the entire liturgical year.

The purpose of this volume is to promote the use of Latin in the Liturgy of the Hours. It contains all the material in the first edition, plus the texts for the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter, as well as a section on “How to Pray Lauds and Vespers.” There are colourful ribbons to help mark one’s place.

This new enlarged edition is what you have been waiting for.

9780970402295 - 1,600 pages - £35.00 hardback/ribbon markers
We regret this title is now out of print

Priestly Celibacy
Its Scriptural, Historical, Spiritual, and Psychological Roots
Edited by Rev. Peter M. J. Stravinskas
This anthology of essays which is both theologically and historically precise, and also intensely practical helps the reader to appreciate that charism rightly dubbed by Pope John Paul VI as “the jewel of the priesthood.”

9780970402226 - 174 pages - £12.50

Oremus, Let Us Pray
The Collects of the Roman Missal

These are the collects which are in common with the Liturgy of the Hours, so that there will be a continuity between the new Roman Missal in English and the prayers of the Divine Office.

The prayers are arranged in the same order as they appear in the Roman Missal, in both Latin and English. The Latin text is given for 2 reasons: first, as a pastoral service for those who wish to pray in Latin from time to time or even habitually. Second, to offer access to the richness of the original Latin prayers, hallowed in many instances by centuries of liturgical and use and commentary.

9780977884667         400 pages        £20.00

The Catholic Church and the Bible
Rev. Peter M. J. Stravinskas, Editor

The third edition of a very popular work, which highlightss the Biblical roots of Catholic doctrine and liturgy.

This book demonstrates that the Catholic Church is the Bible-Based church.

9780988188846     112 pages   £7.99

How Italy and Her People Shaped
Cardinal Newman

Jo Anne Cammarata Sylva. Ph.D

Dr. Sylva explains how Newman allowed himself to be led into the fullness of Catholic truth by St. Alphonsus Liguori, Alessandro Manzoni, and St. Philip Neri among others.

9780977884643   190 pages  £7.99

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