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The Eternal Father speaks to "a human soul" — Saint Catherine — and describes the substance of the spiritual life. Through allegories, metaphors, and analogies, he guides Saint Catherine — and the reader — toward a deeper understanding of his divine providence, what is needed to live a holy life, and the importance of prayer and obedience.
While the Catechism of the Catholic Church is considered “useful reading” for all the faithful, it is often necessary to turn to bishops, pastors, catechists, and scholars for assistance in understanding its meaning and purpose in our lives.
Perfect for priests, deacons, catechetical leaders, teachers, seminarians, and anyone who wants to dive deeply into the truth and beauty of the Catholic Faith.
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.
This fascinating book includes journalist LInda Schaefer's interviews with six of Mother Teresa’s closest friends, confidants, plus over 200 rare and never-before-seen photos of Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity. Spanning decades, these photos provide you an up-close and personal look at Mother Teresa and her enduring legacy.
Conversion. The word is often associated with a one-time event, such as the call of Saint Matthew. But even for Matthew, that call was only the beginning, the moment when he started following Jesus. For Matthew, as for all the saints, his conversion lasted a lifetime. Real conversion — repentance and turning toward God — is a process that happens daily. It is our continual "yes" to the Lord and the grace he offers us.
Celebrate the lives of the "lights of heaven" - 23 of our favorite saints!
Illustrated by artist Adalee Hude, each coloring page is rich with detail, reminiscent of beautiful stained-glass works of art. Make each one your own using crayons, markers, or pens, bringing the lovely images to life!
A beautiful way to introduce children to beloved saints.
Created by artist Adalee Hude, each amazing illustration is rich with color and detail, reminiscent of magnificent stained-glass windows. Each page includes a Latin word associated with that particular saint, along with a brief discussion of the word's meaning.
You’re caught up in a whirlwind of wedding planning. But while everything out there is wrapping you in the superficial, everything inside you craves substance, rest, and simple joy. You want to prepare your heart and soul for this journey of marriage.
Created for Love is the perfect reflection journal to help you be present in each moment of your engagement, moving past the to-do list so that you can treasure this time long after the wedding day.
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.
This iconic masterpiece in apologetics, written by Our Sunday Visitor’s founder Archbishop John Francis Noll and first published in 1913, presents the foundations of Catholicism through an engaging dialogue between a Catholic priest and a young man seeking truth.
During his papacy, Pope John Paul II ardently encouraged the faithful to return to the rosary, knowing that through Mary and the Rosary we come to know the person of Jesus Christ. In this book you will find the spiritual fruit that accompanies each mystery, a short reflection on how St. John Paul II embodied the spiritual fruit, scripture, and quotes from the saint himself.
After a healthy pregnancy, Bonnie L. Engstrom delivered a stillborn baby boy. After sixty-one minutes, when the doctors were going to call a time of death, James Fulton's heart began to beat. During that time, the Engstroms had been asking for and counting on the intercession of James's namesake: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. In 2014, medical experts and theological advisors to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints unanimously approved the miracle. Read the amazing true story that teaches us that miracles are possible.
Now that you're Catholic, you are might be wondering, "Now what?" Shaun McAfee understands. As a convert, he wanted to take part in the sacraments, really prepare for Mass, learn how to defend and share his faith, and understand certain Catholic devotions. Yet he wasn't sure how to do any of this, or where to look for answers once RCIA was finished. If you feel the same way, I'm Catholic. Now What? Is the perfect resource for you!
Learn to get past the obstacles to raising faithful Catholic children, and till the soil of their little hearts so the word of God can take root and grow. Learn about the seven ideal growing conditions and how to cultivate them in your home: love, balance, play, merciful discipline, empathy, radiant faith, and a strong marriage.
In The Catholic Runner: 30 Days of Motivation and Inspiration, Catholic runner Chris Easterly becomes your personal trainer and running buddy, encouraging you with stories of his own running successes and failures, along with Scripture, saints quotes, and insights that will keep you going or get you started. The brief daily devotions come with a (totally doable) running challenge and a prayer to keep with you during your day.
Author and speaker Tim Glemkowski offers four keys to a radical change in parish culture, and outlines a simple strategy for evangelization that every parish can use. It is a must-read for Catholic clergy, lay parish staff, anyone working in ministry, and any dedicated parishioner who is passionate about renewing the Church.
In A God Who Questions, author and speaker Leonard J. DeLorenzo examines 20 of the questions asked in Scripture and shows us how they reveal the hidden secrets of our hearts and invite a true encounter with God. Really listening to the questions of Jesus can be painful but also wonderful, unsettling and yet illuminating, inconvenient but always inspiring.
Ideal for study groups, youth groups, RCIA and confirmation classes, and religious education, this study guide features the modern design of the way | truth | life New Testament, alongside relevant and relatable study questions. There is also journaling space for thoughts and prayers.