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Discover the significance and purpose of every detail of the Mass, from liturgical sights and sounds, altar vessels, furnishings, and more!
I Saw His Face is an inspiring collection of encounters with God's mercy through service. Father Michael Mitchell shares his experiences of missionary work in Mexico and Haiti, revealing how Christ's Mercy is at work among those who serve and those who are served.
Written by the co-founder of Catholic Christian Outreach, Angèle Regnier shares practical, relatable and humorous lessons about forgiveness, reconciliation and mercy by weaving her own experiences with Church teaching, Scripture, scenes from films, real-life examples and the witness of the saints.
Mary Gannon Kaufmann describes the life-giving nature of womanhood and seeks to guide women to live a deeper contemplative life of faith and prayer that can awaken holiness in themselves and others, in their families and the priests and deacons that they pray for.
Accompany parents as they connect their Catholic faith to the intentional living of discipleship in their family.
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.
To the Ends of the Earth is a series of four ten-week studies for Catholic men. Each week includes a brief but meaty daily devotion, two or three reflection questions that become your action steps, and Scripture to use in prayer. This daily individual exercise (as well as optional journaling and weekly group discussions) provides the keys to unlock true transformation so you can become the man God made you to be.
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.