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Becoming a Parish of Intentional Disciples
Sherry A. Weddell, Editor

In the follow-up to Forming Intentional Disciples the authors consider the role of intercessory prayer in parish transformation, the co-responsibility of lay people with pastors in the work of making disciples, the revolutionary impact of a discipleship approach to youth ministry and how one parish made the journey to intentional discipleship.

978-1-61278-834-0  160 pages  £9.99



Catholic Prayer Book
for the Separated and Divorced
Woodeene Koenig-Bricker and David Dziena

Simple prayers that can help the separated and divorced find comfort, courage, and the conviction to move ahead confidently with the grace that comes from their Catholic faith.

978-1-61278-838-8  80 pages  £5.99



Exploring the Miraculous
Michael O’Neill

This thoroughly researched and documented book will take you on an amazing tour of miracles large and small, answering some of our most burning questions


978-161278-779-4  224 pages  £16.50



House of Hospitality
(75th Anniversary Edition)
Dorothy Day

Packed with stories of sacrifice and kindness, strikes and protests, hunger and soup lines, the rough reality of tenement life, and the foul odour of poverty. “Love and ever more love,” Dorothy said, “is the only solution to every problem that comes up.”

978-1-61278-815-9  288 pages  £15.99



The Joys & Challenges of Family Life
Catholic Husbands and Fathers Speak Out
Brandon McGinley, Editor

Eight men share how they are navigating all the stuff that makes up family
life in the 21
st century, including fatherhood, infertility, raising kids in the faith, technology and much more.

978-1-61278-813-5  176 pages  £10.99



A Lenten Pilgrimage
Journeying with Jesus
Archbishop J. Peter Sartain

Through these brief reflections, including the Archbishop’s stories from his own life, we’ll discover a Lent in which we learn how to really surrender to God. This year may we really grasp what is at stake, truly prepare for Christ’s death and resurrection, and realize the transforming power of A Lenten Pilgrimage.

978-1-61278-880-7  48 pages  £1.50



Light in the Darkness
The Teaching of Father James Keller, M.M. And The Christophers
Presented by Father Jonathan Morris

In 1945 Father James Keller started a grass-roots movement called The Christophers - literally “Christbearers”- in the belief that each individual has a role in bringing hope and change to a troubled world. Here Father Jonathan presents the eight core teachings of Father Keller.

978-1-61278-832-6  176 pages  £12.99



Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments
Pope Francis

In 32 easy-to-read chapters Pope Francis reveals the truth and beauty of each Sacrament, teaching us not only what they mean to the Church, but to us as Catholics - ultimately motivating us each to share these incredible gifts with a needy world.

978-1-61278-831-9  144 pages  £10.99


Novenas for the Church Year
Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P.


Since the seventh century Catholics the world over have used the novena as a means of deepening their spiritual life, expressing devotion to a saint, or as an avenue for petitioning the Lord for a particular grace. The novena is a period of public or private prayer lasting nine days, symbolising Christ’s Ascension and Pentecost, during which Mary and the Apostles awaited the coming of the Holy Spirit. At the heart of this book is a collection of 60 original novenas.


978 1 61278 540 0  -  144 pages  -  £9.99 Hardback


Promise and Challenge
Mary Rice Hasson, Editor

Ten diverse Catholic women - theologians, philosophers, attorneys, and an economist - answer Pope Francis’ call to address the deeper questions about the meaning of womanhood and the role of women in the Church.

978-1-61278-868-5  256 pages  £14.99



What Do You Really Want?
St. Ignatius of Loyola and the Art of Discernment
Jim Manney

Breaks down the great saint’s spiritual exercise of discernment into practical, doable steps that you can use every day for decisions large and small. Plus - you don’t have to be a scholar or a theologian to understand it - it’s useful for everyone, at any stage of life.

978-1-61278-796-1   112 pages  £10.99



Why is Jesus in the Microwave?
Funny Stories from Catholic Classrooms
Sr Mary Kathleen Glavich

Priest or teacher, parent or grandparent, or anyone needing to lose themselves in funny and wholesome stories will enjoy this book. It is a joyful reminder that laughter is a gift from God.

978-1-61278-852-4  144 pages  £9.99



Working for a Better World
Dr Carolyn Y. Woo


An engrossing account not only of Dr. Woo’s own life, but of the ongoing critical work of CRS in meeting the needs of the poor, the traumatized, and the needy throughout the world.

978-1-61278-814-2   176 pages  £12.99


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