The Case for Catholicism
Why We Believe Anything at All
This is the most up-to-date, comprehensive, and thorough defence of the Catholic
Church against protestant objections in print. Divided into 4 sections: What is my
authority? What is the Church? How am I Saved? and Who belongs to the Body of Christ?
300 pages £14.99
The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality
Paul Quay, S.J., Ph.D.
book presents the understanding of human sexuality that divine revelation offers
us. It is intended primarily for Christian adults who wish to know what kinds of
sexual behaviour are right or wrong, and to gain true insight into why such behaviour
is right or wrong for those who seek to love and live in Christ. For sexual morality
is part of the mystery of our life in Christ and makes full sense only when seen
978-1-62164-123-0 240 pages £14.99
Confessions of a Traditional Catholic
This candid, poignant, and often
humorous book exposes the spiritual peril at the heart of “radical Traditionalism”
while remaining compassionate towards the legitimate aspirations of Traditional Catholics.
It offers a message of hope that the dire situation confronting the Church will improve
in direct proportion to the fidelity of all Catholics to the Church’s official liturgy
in whatever form or rite.
978-1-62164-155-1 125 pages £12.50
Spiritual Insights into an Essential Encounter with God
Fr. Donald Haggerty
as a collection of concise, meditative reflections on various topics associated with
conversion, this book takes up many issues that are often linked in spirituality
to the crucial moment of s soul’s return to God in conversion.
Five Proofs of the Existence of God
Provides a detailed, updated exposition and defence of the five historically most
important (but in recent years largely neglected) philosophical proofs of God’s existence:
the Aristotelian proof, the Neo-Platonic proof, the Augustinian proof, the Thomistic
proof, and the Rationalist proof.
978-1-62164-133-9 360 pages £16.50
From Islam to Christ
One Woman’s Path Through the Riddles of God
conversion story: from Islam to atheism to Protestant Christianity to Catholicism.
Derya’s story provides a window into both Islam and modernity. Her winding path through
the riddles of God provides a fascinating look at Turkish culture, which is both
Muslim and secular. It shows that the grace and mercy of God knows no bounds. Rather,
the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ reaches souls in the most unlikely places.
204 pages £13.99
Go to Heaven
Fulton J. Sheen
This classic spiritual work combines practical advice
with spiritual insights on living a life focused on getting to heaven. Speaks clearly
and persuasively about the real spiritual warfare we must engage in daily to overcome
the world, the flesh and the devil.
978-1-62164-154-4 250 pages £13.99
Going Deeper: Does God Exist?
How Thinking about Ordinary Experience Leads Us to God
A systematic, easy-to-understand, journey that grounds the certitude of faith
in logic and reason. The author maps out a train of thought that begins with everyday
events, reasons its way through proofs of existence of God, then goes on to describe
he deep purpose inscribed in every human heart.
978-1-62164-054-7 155 pages £12.99
St. Benedict’s 12-Step Guide to Genuine Self-Esteem
J.C. Augustine Wetta,
Translates the wisdom of Saint Benedict into advice for ordinary people. Twelve
steps are related to the virtue of humility, which is the starting point for personal
growth. The author illustrates each chapter with colour reproductions of sacred art.
130 illustrated pages £13.99
The Immortal in You
How Human Nature Is More Than Science Can Say
of fresh, powerful, and uplifting ideas about what it is to be human that will engage
every thoughtful reader, regardless of their beliefs. This fresh account shows how
ordinary experience can reveal features of human nature beyond the scope of science.
320 pages £15.50
Kidnapped By The Vatican?
The Unpublished Memoirs of Edgardo Mortara
and Edgardo Mortara
As an infant, Mortara was on the point of death and secretly baptized
by a Catholic servant employed by his family. He recovered his health, and in the
Papal State where his family lived, the law required that he, like other baptized
children, receive a Christian education. After several failed attempts to persuade
his parents to enroll him in a local Catholic school, in 1858 Pope Pius IX had the
boy taken from his family in Bologna and sent to a Catholic boarding school in Rome.
There the child grew in faith and eventually responded to the calling to become a
978-1-62164-198-8 190 pages £14.99
Lights in a Dark Town
A Story About Blessed John Henry Newman
Illustrated by Hilda Offen
In this book aimed at young people the panorama of Victorian England is brilliantly
unfolded in this inspiring, uplifting story of a young man and woman who work together
with, and learn from, Father Newman to help those in need, and overcome the challenges
of the times.
978-1-62164-628-0 240 pages £12.50
A Difficult Life
How did the troubled child and unhappy
teenager turn into the sister everyone remembered as so kind, serene, and happy that
they could not believe she had a difficult childhood? She discovered God within herself,
in her weakness and suffering, and she became a great disciple of Thérese’s “way
of confidence and love.” Leonie practiced the “Little Way” so well that in 2015 the
cause for her sainthood was opened by the Church.
978-1-62164-170-4 130 illustrated
Made for Love
Same-Sex Attraction and the Catholic Church
Fr. Michael Schmitz
the Catholic teaching on same-sex attraction and same-sex “sexual” relations. Contains
practical questions and answers for those who have same-sex attraction and parents
and friends while showing the compassionate teachings of the Church regarding
978-1-62164-219-0 208 pages £13.99
Report from Calabria
A Season with The Carthusian Monks
The author was privileged
to spent four months with the Carthusian community in Calabria, Italy, the resting
place of the founder of the order, Saint Bruno. The priest’s journal allows readers
to get a deep sense of what this life of prayer feels like: he describes distinctive
features of the Carthusian vocation and offers insights gained by a life devoted
to silence and solitude.
978-1-62164-130-8 160 illustrated pages £14.99
The Spirit and Forms of Protestantism
Examines the underlying principles
and teachings of the 16th century Protestant reformers. These topics include Scripture
alone as source of Christian belief, justification by faith alone, God’s free gift
of unmerited salvation, the sovereignty of God, and the Christian responsibility
toward good works.
978-1-62164-218-3 285 pages £14.99
Teaching and Learning the Love of God
Being a Priest Today
Introduction by Gerhard Cardinal Műller
Preface by Pope Francis
An inspiring collection
of homilies delivered by Joseph Ratzinger (Benedict XVI) over six decades that offers
deep theological and historical insights on the meaning of the life and witness of
a Catholic priest today. The many topics discussed include: Acting "in persona Christi":
Threefold ministry of the priest; Becoming an offering with Christ for the salvation
of mankind; Giving the answer of life: St. Maximilian Kolbe; Witnessing the Joy in
Christ; Being there for God's mercy; A spokesman of Reconciliation; Preparing people
to receive Jesus.
978-1-62164-167-4 392 pages £19.99
Theology for Beginners
One of the most clear and outstanding explanations
of the central doctrines of the Christian faith ever written. Frank Sheed starts
with a compelling case of good reasons for anyone to study theology, and the wonderful
rewards that accompany such a pursuit.
978-1-62164-119-3 200 pages £12.99