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  • America's Mary: The Story of Our Lady of Good Help

    Our Lady’s appearances to young Bernadette Soubirous in Lourdes, France, in 1858 are well known and well documented. Just one year later, a lesser-known but still important Marian apparition took place in an American frontier settlement. Based on historical documents, testimonies, personal interviews, and expert analysis, America’s Mary: The Story of Our Lady of Good Help chronicles for the first time the United States’ only Church-approved Marian apparition.

    Marge Steinhage Fenelon
    Item: T2023
  • Angels: Our Guardians in Spiritual Battle

    Angels are powerful beings created by God to reflect his light. And while we often are not aware of them, the angels are deeply interested in us. In Angels: Our Guardians in Spiritual Battle, moral theologian, author, and speaker Msgr. Brian Bransfield teaches us how to recognize the angels present in our lives.

    Rev. Msgr. J. Brian Bransfield
    Item: T2714
  • The Obedience Paradox: Finding True Freedom in Marriage

    When properly understood and lived out, obedience is, in fact, liberating. The Obedience Paradox illuminates the subject by examining the relationship between husband and wife in marriage as an image of Christ’s relationship to the Church. Presenting the sexual complementarity of husband and wife as an expression of gift, this book probes the meaning and power of receptivity in a relationship.

    Mary Stanford
    Item: T2571
  • Reclaiming Motherhood from a Culture Gone Mad

    In the midst of a culture that is increasingly confused about sexuality, love, life, and our very identity as persons, the Church offers us the truth of who we are. Reclaiming Motherhood from a Culture Gone Mad helps Catholics peel back societal assumptions to understand the fundamental misconceptions fueling our culture’s attacks on marriage, motherhood, and the family. Examining current practices in light of these faulty assumptions will empower women in their own motherhood and equip Catholics to combat the culture of confusion by boldly proclaiming God’s vision for our lives.


    Samantha N. Stephenson
    Item: T2646
  • A Year in the Word Catholic Bible Journal

    Accessible, inspiring, and written from a layperson’s perspective, A Year in the Word Catholic Bible Journal is the guide you’ve been searching for to help you read the full Bible. Meg Hunter-Kilmer has read the entire Bible twenty times, and she has lots of tips, insights, and encouragement to help you make it from cover to cover, praying and journaling as you go.

    Meg Hunter-Kilmer
    Item: T2763
  • Forming Intentional Disciples: The Path to Knowing and Following Jesus, Revised and Expanded

    Ten years after it was first published, Forming Intentional Disciples is still helping scores of Church leaders, parish staff, and all Catholics transform parish life from within. World-renowned author and speaker Sherry Weddell leads you through the steps that will help Catholics enter more deeply into a relationship with God and the river of apostolic creativity, charisms, and vocation that flow from that relationship for the sake of the Church and the world.


    Sherry A. Weddell Foreword by Bishop Philip A. Egan
    Item: T2773
  • The Four Ways Forward: Becoming an Apostolic Parish in a Post-Christian World

    In The Four Ways Forward, Susan Windley-Daoust, theologian and director of missionary discipleship for the Diocese of Winona-Rochester in southern Minnesota, provides a roadmap to pastors and parish staff.

    This book not only describes each model, giving examples of how it is being used in parishes today, but also offers a practical blueprint toward crafting a response to the post-Christian world, including notes on spiritual roadblocks that can get in the way.

    Susan Windley-Daoust
    Item: T2588
  • A Better World: Reflections on Peace and Fraternity

    In the homilies, addresses, and writings collected in A Better World, Pope Francis reminds us, as children of God, to be kind in our daily actions and compassionate toward others, even those who are different from us and whom we must accept with love. When conflicts arise, we are called to resolve them through dialogue and the quest for peace, not through hatred and war. Lasting peace is not the result of violent means but is achieved through dialogue and fraternity.

    Pope Francis Tawadros II Coptic Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark
    Item: T2723
  • My Daily Visitor: Lent 2023

    Reflect, pray, and live this Lenten season with My Daily Visitor. This handy resource helps you to begin each day with quick and easy Scripture-focused reflection, prayer, and achievable actions to make the most of Lent.

    Fr. Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP
    Item: T2777

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