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Front Cover of The Virtues That Build Us Up

The author uses examples from great literature to present powerful, articulate discussions of the Catholic character for those who seek a moderately challenging, intellectual discussion of traditional Catholic morality.

Front Cover of Fathoming Bethlehem

Share the experience of Advent with Bishop Morneau and with a chosen company of mystics and poets. Each day begins with identification for the day of Advent and the gospel reading.

Front Cover of What the Mystics Know

Drawing from the best and most poetic of Richard Rohr's essays from nearly a quarter of a century, each chapter in this new collection examines one of the seven core mystical truths.

Front Cover of I Ask You, Be Shepherds

This encouraging volume for all who minister to God’s people combines texts from Pope Francis's homilies, authorized by the Vatican, and texts, exclusively translated by Herder & Herder, from Bergoglio’s time as Archbishop of Buenos Aires.
The Pope Francis Resource Library

Front Cover of Praying the Liturgy of the Hours

Father Timothy Gallagher, loved for his popular guides to Ignatian spirituality, shares in this informative, inspiring volume his own experiences and insights into the daily prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours, which he has prayed daily for the last 40 years.

Front Cover of Hildegard of Bingen

In breathtaking prose, Joan Ohanneson has crafted an unforgettable encounter with Hildegard, the astonishing medieval nun, visionary and prophet, artist and healer, counselor of kings and popes, composer of divine music still on the charts nearly 1000 years later.

Front Cover of Jesus the Christ and Religious Pluralism

How can Christians respectfully enter ecumenical dialogue while remaining true to their belief in the supremacy of Jesus Christ? Joseph Pandiappallil draws upon the transcendental Christology of Karl Rahner to offer us a way to engage “our brothers and sisters of other faiths” in meaningful and fruitful conversation.

Front Cover for Tea Party Catholic

Samuel Gregg draws upon Catholic teaching, natural law theory, and the thought of Catholic founding father Charles Carroll of Carrollton to develop a Catholic case for free economy, limited government, and ordered liberty in America.

Front Cover for When Faith Goes Viral

Where is the Catholic Church advancing, and why? Real, nitty-gritty stories of apostolic Catholic laity and clergy in the field from Siberia to Peru to U.S. college campuses. No hype, wishful thinking, or nostalgia—just real faith, spread by hard work.

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