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  • What Christ Suffered: A Doctor’s Journey Through the Passion

    This medical investigation of the Passion allows readers to enter more fully than ever into the reality of what Jesus suffered for our redemption. Drawing on the teachings of Pope Saint John Paul II in Salvifici Doloris, this book invites the reader to a deeper understanding of the meaning and value of human suffering — and how to practically apply it in their lives. By his sacrificial death on the cross, Jesus has won salvation for the whole world, redeeming even our sufferings through his incredible act of love.

    Thomas W. McGovern, MD
    Item: T2447
  • Way of the Cross for Loved Ones Who Have Left the Faith

    In this Way of the Cross for Loved Ones Who Have Left the Faith, the fourteen Stations have two emphases: intercession for loved ones and guidance for those still practicing the Faith. While contemplating our Savior’s sacrificial love, readers of this devotional can intercede for friends and family as they spiritually carry the cross with Jesus, asking him to lead our loved ones back to fellowship with God and his Church.

    Fr. Jeffrey Kirby, STD
    Item: T2542
  • way | truth | life, New Testament (NABRE)

    Just for teens and young adults, this New Testament (NABRE) is an invitation — to know Christ, the way, the truth, and the life, through his Word. It is also delightfully designed with vibrant images that invite readers to linger and encourage reflection and prayer. Includes 21 original essays by young adults share how God has touched their lives through Scripture.

     
    Item: T2338
  • Monuments, Marvels, and Miracles: A Traveler's Guide to Catholic America

    America’s got faith! You’ll find it in every state — in grand cathedrals and tiny chapels, in miracle shrines and underwater statues, and even in blessed dirt. Finding these sacred places hasn’t been easy — until now!

    Monuments, Marvels, and Miracles: A Traveler’s Guide to Catholic America takes you to more than 500 of the country’s most intriguing holy sites, each with a riveting story to tell.

    Marion Amberg
    Item: T2022
  • Companion to the Directory for Catechesis

    The Companion to the Directory for Catechesis is your in-depth, chapter-by-chapter guide to the new Directory for Catechesis (2020).

    This practical summary and commentary on all twelve chapters of the directory will help you engage in deep reflection on the content and its implications for your ministry. Written by two trusted catechists and teachers, each chapter of the Companion to the Directory for Catechesis features discussion questions, reflection, and prayer for catechists and catechetical leaders.

    Petroc Willey, Ph.D. and Joseph D. White, Ph.D.
    Item: T2659
  • Women of Hope: Doctors of the Church

    Throughout the history of the Catholic Church, in her most troubled and turbulent times, God has raised up great saints as beacons of hope in the midst of darkness. Among these great saints, the four women doctors of the Church stand out as models of courage, wisdom, and trust and are relevant to the challenges of our own day.

    Terry Polakovic
    Item: T2322
  • We Thirst for You O Lord: Meditations for Lent

    ***Sold in packs of 10***

    A simple and beautiful way to prepare for Easter! The new We Thirst for You, O Lord: Meditations for Lent is a 16-page, full-color booklet packed with thoughtful reflections based on the Sunday readings, along with questions to ponder, Catechism connections, signs of the season, family activities, and prayers. In addition to two pages of meditations for each week, the booklet includes information to help Catholics experience a deeply meaningful Lent, including an examination of conscience, how to make a good confession, and the Stations of the Cross with Scripture suggestions for meditation.

     
    Item: T2681
  • We Thirst for You O Lord: Meditations for Lent, Spanish

    ***Sold in packs of 10***

    A simple and beautiful way to prepare for Easter! The new We Thirst for You, O Lord: Meditations for Lent is a 16-page, full-color booklet packed with thoughtful reflections based on the Sunday readings, along with questions to ponder, Catechism connections, signs of the season, family activities, and prayers. In addition to two pages of meditations for each week, the booklet includes information to help Catholics experience a deeply meaningful Lent, including an examination of conscience, how to make a good confession, and the Stations of the Cross with Scripture suggestions for meditation.

     
    Item: T2682

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