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  • My Daily Visitor: Eucharist

    Grow closer to Christ in the Eucharist with My Daily Visitor: Eucharist. This handy devotional with 40 reflection themes helps you to pray and reflect on the source and summit of our Catholic Faith. Perfect for Eucharistic adoration, prayer groups, and personal quiet time, this booklet will help enliven your relationship with Jesus in the holy Eucharist.

    Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP
    Item: T2743
  • Understanding the Bible: A Catholic Guide to Applying God's Word to Your Life Today

    You know the eternal value of the Bible and have been moved in your heart to pick it up, but you’ve found it hard to navigate. Perhaps you’ve already tried reading the Bible and have been overwhelmed. Maybe you’re more familiar with the Bible but don’t understand how its wisdom can be useful in the world right now. If you’re trying to get more out of Sacred Scripture, Fr. Jeffrey Kirby, STD, is here to provide you with some down-to-earth, pastoral guidance in Understanding the Bible: A Catholic Guide to Applying God’s Word to Your Life Today.

    Fr. Jeffrey Kirby, STD
    Item: T2717
  • Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship

    Whether you’re in a steady place with the women in your life or you're not confident at all when it comes to friendship with other women, each and every one of us always has room to grow in the art of friendship. In Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship, Catholic wife, mom, author, and friend Chloe Langr offers a practical guide to discerning, developing, and keeping authentic friendships.

    Chloe Langr
    Item: T2594
  • Prudence: Choose Confidently, Live Boldly

    No, this isn’t your grandmother’s definition of prudence. This virtue actually inspires practical wisdom, allowing us to choose well and to bring order into our lives. In Prudence: Choose Confidently, Live Boldly, Fr. Gregory Pine, OP, aims to work prudence back into the conversation and to explain how it can transform us along our path toward what really matters.

    Fr. Gregory Pine, OP
    Item: T2603
  • Fathers of the Faith: Saint Augustine

    In this volume from the Fathers of the Faith series, you’ll be introduced to Saint Augustine of Hippo. Who was he? What did he teach? Where and when did he live? Why is he an important figure in the history of the Church?

    Mike Aquilina
    Item: T2583
  • A Work in Progress: Embracing the Life God Gave You

    Using psychological research, engaging real-life examples, and discussing the truths of the Catholic Faith, author and therapist Julia Marie Hogan shows in A Work in Progress: Embracing the Life God Gave You how to reclaim your sense of direction and purpose in life. By identifying priorities, making empowering decisions, setting boundaries, practicing self-care, knowing your limits, and embracing commitment (rather than being afraid of it) you can find your path to fulfillment.

    Julia Marie Hogan Werner, MS, LCPC
    Item: T2495
  • Fathers of the Faith: Saint Irenaeus

    In this volume from the Fathers of the Faith series, you’ll be introduced to Saint Irenaeus of Lyons. Who was he? What did he teach? Where and when did he live? Why is he an important figure in the history of the Church?

    Mike Aquilina
    Item: T2582
  • God's Superheroes: Amazing Catholic Women

    Superheroes are everywhere — in movies, on television, and in video games. It’s exciting to think about these extraordinary people with amazing powers who save us from evil and are a force for good in the world. But did you know that God has real-life superheroes of his own? They started out as ordinary people. Then something (God!) happened to them, and they changed.

    Mary Bajda. Illustrated by Melinda Steffen
    Item: T2497
  • God's Superheroes: Amazing Catholic Men

    Superheroes are everywhere — in movies, on television, and in video games. It’s exciting to think about these extraordinary people with amazing powers who save us from evil and are a force for good in the world. But did you know that God has real-life superheroes of his own? They started out as ordinary people. Then something (God!) happened to them, and they changed.

    Mary Bajda. Illustrated by Melinda Steffen
    Item: T2496
  • Praying for You Card

    Use this stationery for any occasion — from “get well” to “thinking of you,” and much more. A lovely watercolor illustration of the rosary reminds us of the importance of praying for those we care about. This card will both inspire and affirm.

    These ten cards with matching envelopes are 5” x 7” and have the message “I prayed for you today” on the inside.

     
    Item: CRD2765
  • Thank You Card

    Use this beautiful stationery to thank those who have graced your life with kindness. Whether a heartfelt act, a work of mercy, or any other gift has been bestowed on you, this card will help express your gratitude.

    These ten cards with matching envelopes are 5” x 7” and have the message “I thank God for you” on the inside.

     
    Item: CRD2766
  • Confirmation Card

    This beautiful card will help you congratulate the family member, friend, or classmate who has received the Sacrament of Confirmation. The striking artwork on the front of this card helps remind the recipient of the many saints who serve as models of faith and whom we can imitate throughout life.

    These ten cards with matching envelopes are 5” x 7” and have the message “Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful, and kindle in them the fire of your love” on the inside.

     
    Item: CRD2767
  • Sacraments Card

    Whether a family member or a friend is celebrating a baptism, wedding, First Communion, Holy Orders, or entering into full communion with the Catholic Church, this beautifully designed card is perfect for any of these events, and more.The attractive artwork that enhances the front of this card will remind this special person of the graces bestowed on us through the sacraments.

    These ten cards with matching envelopes are 5” x 7” and have the message “The power of Christ lives in the sacraments” on the inside.

     
    Item: CRD2768
  • Beckoning

    Tabby Long is a non-Christian girl in a Catholic school whose world gets turned upside down when her dad, who has never been a man of faith, experiences a miraculous healing on Good Friday. Her father’s dramatic religious conversion alienates her mother, who deserts the family. In her struggle to understand what has happened to her family, Tabby follows the suggestion of her school’s religion teacher, and she begins spending time reading Scripture while in Eucharistic Adoration.

    Claudia Cangilla McAdam
    Item: T2531
  • Light of the Saints

    Kids need a meaningful Catholic book that's also fun. Light of the Saints is an interactive, light-based children's book that tells the story of 12 saints from around the world. Shine a light behind the page to see hidden images of their miracles and heroic acts. Light of the Saints is the answered prayer for parents who want to teach their kids about the saints. AND it rhymes! All you need in addition to the book is a flashlight or phone light.

    Cory Heimann
    Item: LA801801
  • The Catholic Wedding Planner

    As you nail down the details of your wedding day, this planner will give you the opportunity to prepare your heart for marriage. Throughout this book, you will be invited to pause and reflect with three amazing Catholic wives and mothers. Jenny Uebbing, Emily Wilson, and Rachel Balducci share their wisdom and guide you through reflections on each of Saint Paul’s “Love is” descriptions in First Corinthians.

    Our Sunday Visitor
    Item: T2293
  • Imagine You Walked with Jesus: A Guide to Ignatian Contemplative Prayer

    Contemplative, or imaginative, prayer is a method of meditative prayer developed by Saint Ignatius of Loyola in which you imagine yourself as a character in a Bible story, experiencing the events described in the passage as if you were actually there. As you prayerfully immerse yourself in the Bible passages in this book, you’ll be invited to draw on your imagination to rewrite the story from your own perspective: what you saw and heard, your feelings and emotions, and how you interacted with Jesus and the other people present in the story.

    Jerry Windley-Daoust
    Item: T2581

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