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In The Heart of the Mission: Simple Ways to Bring People to Jesus, Cande de Leon shows what it takes to get back on track. With wisdom and humor born of his own experience, he shows how our Christian mission always begins and ends with people. To help us live this in our daily life and work, he guides us through three transformational principles for ministry and life.
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.
The Adventure: Living Out Your Relationship with God (Catholic Edition) is your one-of-a-kind guide to the adventure God is calling you to live. It includes getting to know God, why having a relationship with him matters, and how to become friends with him (yes, it's possible). You'll learn how he talks to you, how you can talk to him, how you can do things with him, and how we connect with him and one another through the sacraments and the Church.
In Making Missionary Disciples, Curtis Martin, founder of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS), explores how to build a vibrant culture of faithfulness and fruitfulness. He doesn’t just remind us how every disciple is called on a mission to share the love and truth of Jesus Christ. He gives us practical ways to do this in our ordinary daily lives.
The Big Hustle is the story of a redeemed life and a family’s healing. This is the no-holds-barred, unvarnished, and sometimes brutal true story of Jim Wahlberg, the fifth of nine kids growing up in a working-class Irish Catholic neighborhood outside of Boston, hustling for attention any way he could get it, which led him to the biggest hustle of his life. Against all odds he got clean, he got out, and he got the girl. Jim dedicated his new life as a former addict to working with addicts, and for years has spread the word that recovery is possible.
In #BlessedMother: How to Follow, Share, and Defend Mary in the World of Social Media, author, podcaster, and TV show host Tommy Tighe helps Catholics defend and explain our relationship with Our Lady with wisdom and grace - in 280 characters or less.
Filled with powerful testimonies from catechists; the fundamentals of evangelization, catechesis, and discipleship; and even helpful connections for parents, An Evangelizing Catechesis will change your approach to teaching the Catholic Faith. It is perfect for parish catechists, Catholic school religion teachers, parish and diocesan catechetical leaders, youth ministers, RCIA coordinators, pastors, and parents.
Men are always on a quest for freedom. But what does true freedom really look like in today's world? Society fills us with shallow promises and phony role models. In Pursuing Freedom, author Thomas Wurtz points Catholic men in a very different direction. To be truly free is to follow Christ, and to imitate the saints. When men make that bold move they will find true freedom.
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.
An exclusive two-book package, only available from OSV. The perfect gift for a new Catholic, for someone entering RCIA, or anyone who is curious about the Catholic faith, this package includes I'm Catholic. Now What?" and The Catholic Source Book. This is the ultimate package for helping Catholics continue to learn about their faith long after they've completed RCIA. Each book allows the reader to dip into sections as questions arise, or dive deeper to learn about a particular topic or theme. Covering everything from prayer and devotion, to customs and rituals of the Church, these books are amazing references that will foster lifelong learning and love of the faith.
God wants YOU to become a hero of the Faith.
He wants all of us to share the truth and beauty we've found in the Catholic Church, no matter who we are or where we come from. In One Moment Can Change a Soul: Helping Catholics Come Home, you'll find encouragement and inspiration to say "yes" to God's call. Tom Peterson shows how God gives each one of us the grace we need to share the Faith and show countless people the way home to Jesus and his Church.
If you consider yourself a master worrier, or if you come from a long line of worrywarts, you are not alone - Allison Gingras has been there. Drawing from her own story, Sacred Scripture, and the traditions of the Church, she helps readers embark on the life-changing journey from worry to trust. You can record your own responses to these insights right in the journal and bring those thoughts to your small faith groups for further discussion.
Vinny's down-to-earth style and powerful teachings on the Sacraments, Divine Mercy, and the Father's love will inspire and revitalize your faith and draw you into a personal relationship with God that will change your life.
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.
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!
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.
The word conversion 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. Perfect for individual or group study, each chapter includes reflection questions.
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.
In Barstool Theology, Trevor Gundlach cracks open an entirely new way to talk about beer and exactly how it can be an effervescent part of a life well lived. He invites you to become a fellow barstool theologian, ready to discuss the theology of life, friendship, art, seasons, celebrations, and, yes, delicious craft beer.