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Front Cover for Heaven in Stone and Glass

Like a mystical tome waiting to be deciphered, gothic cathedrals hold many secrets about Christ, the Christian life, and the soul's yearning for God. This book gloriously unfolds the stories of light and darkness, and the labyrinth of life.

Front Cover for The Grand Inquisitor

The world’s first African pope is elected by a secret meeting of cardinals—find out who is trying to stop him, and why. This first great Catholic graphic novel is an exquisitely illustrated volume that will change the genre forever.

Front Cover of God is Near

In his new book, Michael Morwood reminds readers that the Christian God is closer to us than our very hearts. He seeks to counter commonly held notions—like the need for people to earn or be worthy of God's love—with the loving portrait of the Father handed down by Jesus and captured in the Gospels.

Front Cover of God Seen in the Mirror of the World

Fr. Emonet completes his "metaphysical trilogy" with its pivotal component: the present study of the being of things and of God.

Front Cover of The Dearest Freshness Deep Down Things

In a series of three small books, Pierre-Marie Emonet brings the riches of philosophy within the reach of all, not just those with the time and inclination to work through erudite philosophical treatises.

Front Cover for Dante Alighieri

A careful, reader-friendly exploration of The Divine Comedy as well as a fine biographical portrayal of Dante—the man, writer, and spiritual lover extraordinaire. Royal reveals how the psychological reality of Dante’s story unfolds within the context of God’s universe.

Front Cover of The Many Faces of the Church

Written for students of theology, pastors, and pastoral workers, this book offers a comprehensive examination of the origins of the first Christian churches, with special attention to the different theological insights and contributions of the various New Testament books.

Front Cover of The Noonday Demon

We are all tempted by sloth, the sin of being superficial, of ignoring what is good and important in life. This spiritual journey through the Bible, history, and culture exposes sloth and offers tips on how to combat it.

Front Cover for Augustinianism and Modern Theology

The companion volume to The Mystery of the Supernatural, Augustinianism and Modern Theology offers insight into the core of de Lubac’s enormous theological vision—a vision that in Louis Dupré's words, “has transformed the course of Catholic thinking in our time.”

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