What It Is And Why We Need It
Rice shows how the natural law works and how it is rooted in the nature of the human person whose Creator provided this law as a sure and knowable guide for man to achieve his end of eternal happiness. This book presents the teachings of the Catholic Church in her role as arbiter of the applications of the natural law on issues involving the right to live, bioethics, the family and the economy. Charles Rice has produced a firmly grounded and accessible handbook which touches on the most important topics regarding natural law that will benefit readers of all backgrounds.
AUTHOR: Charles Rice
DETAILS: 411 pages, paperback
The Catholic Gift to Civilisation
In a debate broadcast worldwide by the BBC, over 87% of the audience rejected the motion that the Catholic Church is a force for good in the world. To set the record straight, this booklet summarises the extraordinary fruitfulness of the faith, noting that our university system, art, music, legal tradition, charity and even much of our science arises from Catholic civilisation and Catholic minds. This booklet is a great source of encouragement for Catholics and is ideal for those engaged in apologetics, evangelism and teaching today, and for anyone wishing to investigate further.
AUTHOR: Fr Marcus Holden & Fr Andrew Pinsent
DETAILS: 112 pages, paperback
Same-Sex Attraction and the Catholic Church
Fr Michael Schmitz In Made for Love, Fr Miachel Schmitz presents the Catholic teaching on same-sex attraction and same-sex “sexual” relations. With compassion and clarity, he shows that the Church’s teachings are rooted in the yearnings for authentic love that are shared by all who are made in the image and likeness of God.
AUTHOR: Fr Michael Schmitz
DETAILS: 276 pages, paperback
Living Authentic Manhood Today
The world today is changing rapidly. What was once settled is now questioned, and old traditions are discarded with reckless abandon. What does it mean to be an authentic man in such confusing times? What, if anything, does the Catholic Church have to offer to men
today about living a life of true manhood and virtue? The Catholic Gentleman is a solid and practical guide to manhood and holiness in the modern world. It offers the timeless wisdom of the Catholic Church to the many questions of men today on this important issue.
AUTHOR: Sam Guzman
DETAILS: 177 pages, paperback
Kevin Vost Rooted in ancient philosophical and biblical wisdom, and buttressed by modern theory and research, these pages bring you to an understanding of the causes of loneliness and teach you the remedies – secular and religious – that are most apt to cure this ever more prevalent problem.
AUTHOR: Kevin Vost
DETAILS: 161 pages, paperback
Kindness counts. If you have trouble acting with the consistent kindness Our Lord expects, your relationships with God and those you love may be suffering.
Probably you just can’t find the time and can’t ever seem to develop the patience that you need in order to be consistently kind amid the irritations that afflict you daily. That’s why this book is such a godsend. There’s nothing complicated or magical about learning to be kinder; it just takes greater attention to the things that you do and how you do them. The Hidden Power of Kindness shows you how to become more aware of even your most offhand daily actions. You’ll find simple, step-by-step, and spiritually crucial directions for how to overcome the habitual unkindness that creeps undetected into the behaviour of even the most careful souls.
If you want to make progress in the spiritual life, you can’t afford to miss the bracing insights in this handbook for souls who yearn to be kinder.
AUTHOR: Lawrence G Lovasik
DETAILS: 246 pages, paperback
The Mysterious Emblems of the Wounds in the Body and Heart of Jesus Christ
Finally published for the first time more than 70 years after its author’s death, this book contains exceptional findings by French Catholic archaeologist and symbologist Louis Charbonneau-Lassay (1871–1946) on the five wounds of Christ: their symbolism, representations, and meaning in Christian art. From 1903 to 1925, he published articles on prehistory, Celtic and Gallo-Roman archaeology. When contributing to the Catholic periodical Regnabit, he refocused his research on wide-ranging aspects of the Sacred Heart, with the purpose of showing its universal dimension.
AUTHOR: Louis Charbonneau-Lassay
DETAILS: 554 pages, paperback