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  • What You Need to Know: Annulments

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    This easy-to-read pamphlet is a great source of facts about one of the most misunderstood ministries in the Catholic church - annulments. It clearly defines what an annulment is and what it is not, specifies the grounds for an annulment, explains who needs an annulment, and describes the formal annulment process. This pamphlet includes the latest information from the Vatican, and is a wonderful tool to keep on hand at the parish for families who may be affected, or for anyone wishing to know the truth about annulments.

    Lorene Duquin
    Item: P2491
  • What the Church Teaches: Purgatory, SPANISH

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    While purgatory is a defined dogma of the Catholic Church, many Catholics are unclear on what it is and why we believe it. It can also be difficult to convey to non-Catholics the truth about purgatory when asked questions like “didn’t Christ save us from our sins?” In this easy-to-read pamphlet, parishioners will learn what Purgatory is, where it’s found in Scripture and tradition, why we need it, and what it means for us as Christians.

    Paul Thigpen
    Item: P2451
  • What Is Catholic Social Teaching? Spanish

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    Help parish families understand the importance of Catholic social teaching, and live Christ's call to love God and neighbor in this clear and easy-to-read pamphlet. They will learn the seven themes of Catholic social teaching: life and dignity of the human person; call to family, community, and participation; rights and responsibilities; option for the poor and vulnereable; the dignity of work and the rights of workers; solidarity; and care for God's creation. With each theme readers are prompted to take action with ideas any family can incorporate into their daily lives.

    Janine Ricker, Adam Fitzpatrick
    Item: P2449
  • What Is Catholic Social Teaching?

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    Help parish families understand the importance of Catholic social teaching, and live Christ's call to love God and neighbor in this clear and easy-to-read pamphlet. They will learn the seven themes of Catholic social teaching: life and dignity of the human person; call to family, community, and participation; rights and responsibilities; option for the poor and vulnereable; the dignity of work and the rights of workers; solidarity; and care for God's creation. With each theme readers are prompted to take action with ideas any family can incorporate into their daily lives.

    Janine Ricker, Adam Fitzpatrick
    Item: P2448
  • What the Church Teaches: Purgatory

    ***Sold in packs of 50***

    While purgatory is a defined dogma of the Catholic Church, many Catholics are unclear on what it is and why we believe it. It can also be difficult to convey to non-Catholics the truth about purgatory when asked questions like “didn’t Christ save us from our sins?” In this easy-to-read pamphlet, parishioners will learn what Purgatory is, where it’s found in Scripture and tradition, why we need it, and what it means for us as Christians.

    Paul Thigpen
    Item: P2450
  • Finding Freedom from Pornography, Spanish

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    Pornography addiction is a growing epidemic in America today. It is an addition that can have the same effect on the brain as cocaine, is widely available, and has a devastating effect on relationships, families, and marriages. In this pamphlet you can help men and women learn that they can recover, and seven effective steps they can begin taking to be free from pornography. Helpful to have available in or near the confessional, and for use by ministry staff for individual counseling.

    Peter Kleponis
    Item: P2357
  • Christus Vivit, Spanish

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    To young Christians of the world, Pope Francis has a message: "Christ is alive, and he wants you to be alive!" In his fourth apostolic exhortation, Christus Vivit, Pope Francis encapsulates the work of the 2018 synod of bishops on "Young People, The Faith, and Vocational Discernment." This easy-to-read pamphlet summarizes the exhortation’s nine chapters, emphasizing the key themes of the document. Help parishioners understand the importance of bringing the Gospel message to the young people of the world.

    Dr. Joseph White
    Item: P2385
  • Christus Vivit

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    To young Christians of the world, Pope Francis has a message: "Christ is alive, and he wants you to be alive!" In his fourth apostolic exhortation, Christus Vivit, Pope Francis encapsulates the work of the 2018 synod of bishops on "Young People, The Faith, and Vocational Discernment." This easy-to-read pamphlet summarizes the exhortation’s nine chapters, emphasizing the key themes of the document. Help parishioners understand the importance of bringing the Gospel message to the young people of the world.

    Dr. Joseph White
    Item: P2384
  • Finding Freedom from Pornography

    ***Sold in packs of 50***

    Pornography addiction is a growing epidemic in America today. It is an addiction that can have the same effect on the brain as cocaine, is widely available, and has a devastating effect on relationships, families, and marriages. In this pamphlet you can help men and women learn that they can recover, and seven effective steps they can begin taking to be free from pornography. Helpful to have available in or near the confessional, and for use by ministry staff for individual counseling.

    Peter Kleponis
    Item: P2356
  • What is a Permanent Deacon?, Spanish

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    For many, deacons are a bit of a mystery. Like bishops and priests, deacons are members of the clergy who receive the Sacrament of Holy Orders, not to the priesthood, but unto sacred service. What Is a Permanent Deacon? helps us understand the history behind the deaconate as well as the duties and importance of this sacred role.

    Deacon Dominic Cerrato Ph.D.
    Item: P1992
  • What is a Permanent Deacon?

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    For many, deacons are a bit of a mystery. Like bishops and priests, deacons are members of the clergy who receive the Sacrament of Holy Orders, not to the priesthood, but unto sacred service. What Is a Permanent Deacon? helps us understand the history behind the deaconate as well as the duties and importance of this sacred role.

    Deacon Dominic Cerrato, Ph.D.
    Item: P1991
  • Why Stay Catholic? Spanish

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    There are many challenges facing the Church in the United States and around the world. While many Catholics are tempted to leave the Church during times of trial, it’s important to stay close to Christ and his Church. In this pamphlet, readers will find eight reasons to stay Catholic.

    Gretchen R. Crowe
    Item: P2301
  • Why Stay Catholic?

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    There are many challenges facing the Church in the United States and around the world. While many Catholics are tempted to leave the Church during times of trial, it’s important to stay close to Christ and his Church. In this pamphlet, readers will find eight reasons to stay Catholic.

    Gretchen R. Crowe
    Item: P2300
  • Oscar Romero, Spanish

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    Oscar Romero was the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador and a defender of the poor who had become oppressed and abused by those in power. The growing political unrest in San Salvador would be the defining issue for his time as chief shepherd in El Salvador’s capital.

    Michael Heinlein
    Item: P2288
  • Oscar Romero

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    Oscar Romero was the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador and a defender of the poor who had become oppressed and abused by those in power. The growing political unrest in San Salvador would be the defining issue for his time as chief shepherd in El Salvador’s capital.

    Michael Heinlein
    Item: P2287
  • Rejoice and Be Glad, Spanish

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    An easy-to-read summary of the apostolic exhortation Gaudete et Exsultate by Pope Francis. Readers will learn several key teachings from the exhortation including: We are made to be saints; We are all called to holiness; We can live out holiness in our ordinary, everyday lives; and much more!

    Michael Heinlein
    Item: P2016
  • Rejoice and Be Glad: Gaudete et Exsultate

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    An easy-to-read summary of the apostolic exhortation Gaudete et Exsultate by Pope Francis. Readers will learn several key teachings from the exhortation including: We are made to be saints; We are all called to holiness; We can live out holiness in our ordinary, everyday lives; and much more!

    Michael Heinlein
    Item: P2015
  • The Beauty of God’s Design: Understanding and Appreciating Humanae Vitae

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    Help your parishioners understand and appreciate Pope Paul VI’s encyclical, Humanae Vitae with this pamphlet. While these teachings are often under attack in our society today, more and more Catholics are embracing the rich and life-giving message that Humanae Vitae brings to families and the entire Catholic church.

    Janet Smith
    Item: P1970
  • How Do Faith and Reason Work Together?, Spanish

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    St. John Paul II once wrote that faith and reason are “two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth.” The idea that faith and reason work together can sound startling to people who think that the two are somehow opposed to each other. But when you look more closely at how faith works, and how reason works, then you can see that neither faith nor reason can operate alone.

    Brother Guy Consolmagno
    Item: P1943

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