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Financial freedom is not the same thing as having money. It's about making peace with the money you have, making better decisions, and connecting your values with your expenses.
A must-read for every pastor, staff member, or committee volunteer, this book gives the guidance, support, and how-to that every parish needs.
The perfect inspiration for any priest or seminarian or anyone who wants to better understand the special calling of their priest.
Known for his devotion, dedication, and sense of humor, Dolan uses
The rich tradition of the Catholic Church and the wisdom of others who have been through this experience before you will provide comfort and encouragement.
Cancer is a journey of physical, emotional, and spiritual pain. Get relief through pastoral explanations, personal anecdotes, techniques, and reflections to better manage the struggle or support someone else.
The three books in this special collection shine a bright light on mercy, sacrifice, and kindness toward the unlovable, the outcast, and the marginalized. The connections between the works are surprising. In Mr. Blue, a 1928 novel, the main character exemplifies radical generosity by forgoing fortune for love of Lady Poverty. That same outpouring of self is found in Dorothy Day’s House of Hospitality, real-life reflections on the beginning of the Catholic Worker Movement. Finally, at the heart of St. Francis’ and Pope Francis’ teaching is that embracing poverty can lead to healing and restoration in a broken world. Three important works all Catholics should read.
Sheen brilliantly examines the vast differences between the benefits of psychotherapy and true confession that leads to conversion. While one may help the patient gain some peace of mind, the Christian gains something far greater through the grace of Confession: peace of soul.
"Sheen has...analyze[d] the inner troubles of frustrated post-war man...to make religion up-to-date, attractive, and necessary to the unhappy, God-repelling souls of the present." (Library Journal)
Completed in 1881 by an aged French priest, this remarkable book surfaced long enough to draw Therese of Lisieux into the convent and then, for more than a century, plunged back into obscurity.
Now we offer you the very first English translation of this hope-filled, chilling work.
The End of the Present World and the Mysteries of the Future Life: let it show you how to read the signs of the times and prepare you to bear yourself as a Christian (as it did Therese) . . . no matter what the future holds!
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.
Kaiser Johnson — actor, athlete, and author — had the same burning questions we all have about life, love, sex, being a man, and doing the right thing. The more he searched, the more he realized the world’s answers just weren’t working. From his years spent listening to the lies of our culture, he has clearly identified 12 simple tricks to end up miserable and alone. He’s tried all of them, and they work! It turns out hookup culture, self-fulfillment, self-love, using and abusing friends and family, maintaining a frantically busy schedule, and always taking the easy way out are the perfect recipe for a wretched life.