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We are all called — yes, all of us — to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. But when it comes down to it, many Catholics don’t know when, why, or how. Believe it or not, you can learn the skills you need for evangelization, starting today.
The question "Who am I?" is on the minds and hearts of people of all ages. And for good reason: The answer is important! Who we are - or who we think we are - drives our actions and shapes our relationships. Only when we understand who Christ really is can he show us who we are. Our identity in Christ opens us to the promises he has made us and leads us to the freedom to be who we were created to be.
This fresh take on the prophets will introduce you to our biblical role models in a way you might find startling, challenging, and probably not to your grandmother's liking. Dig into their stories, missions, and messages, and learn how you can take the truth of Christ to the world. Today.
Alessandro’s story has never been fully told — until now. Alessandro Serenelli: A Story of Forgiveness is a captivating story of mercy and forgiveness, both given and accepted. Learn about Alessandro’s difficult childhood, the murder of Maria Goretti, his prison sentence, his conversion as a result of Maria’s intercession, and the final years of his life with a Capuchin community. Through his life story, you’ll gain a new understanding of the nature of repentance and of God’s patience and unfailing love.
The first of its kind for Catholic women. Using the full text of the New American Bible, Revised Edition, the translation you hear at Mass every week, this single-column bible offers wide margins and hand lettered quotes.
Rediscover Catholic social teaching through the lives of the saints. Follow in their footsteps, learn from their example, and become the spark of authentic social justice in the world today.
Prayers and readings for all Sunday and daily Masses in one volume. A durable and beautiful tool and treasure for any Catholic who wants to learn about, live, and love the Mass more fully.