Christ’s Triumph Over the Darkness of the Age
Bishop Athanasius Schneider offers a candid, incisive examination of controversies raging in the Church and the most pressing issues of our times, providing clarity and hope for beleaguered Catholics. He addresses such topics as widespread doctrinal confusion, the limits of papal authority, the documents of Vatican II, the Society of St. Pius X, anti-Christian ideologies and political threats, the third secret of Fatima, the traditional Roman rite, and the Amazon Synod, among many others. Bishop Schneider says things that others won’t, fearlessly following St. Paul’s advice: “Preach the word, be urgent in season and out of season, convince, rebuke, and exhort, be unfailing in patience and in teaching” (2 Tim 4:2). His insights into the challenges facing Christ’s flock today are essential reading for those who are, or wish to be, alert to the signs of the times. Reminiscent of The Ratzinger Report of 1985, Christus Vincit will be a key point of reference for years to come.
AUTHOR: Bishop Athanasius Schneider
DETAILS: 338 pages, paperback
How Catholic Priests help to build – and can help rebuild – Western Civilisation
William J Slattery The Catholic Church built a new and original civilization, embodying the Christian vision of God and man. During this period, Catholic priests, became the pioneers and irreplaceable builders of Christian culture. Heroism and Genius presents some of these formidable men…
AUTHOR: William J Slattery
DETAILS: 300 pages, paperback
To Unite All Things in Christ
Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke An expert in canon law and a priest with extensive pastoral experience, Cardinal Burke is uniquely placed to speak on uniting all things in Christ. This hard-hitting dialogue offers a unique glimpse into his life and thought, and his insightful answers help the reader to understand the moral and spiritual challenges of today.
AUTHOR: Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
DETAILS: 172 pages, paperback
Robert Cardinal Sarah calls The Day Is Now Far Spent his most important book. He analyses the spiritual, moral, and political collapse of the Western world and concludes that “the decadence of our time has all the faces of mortal peril”.
A cultural identity crisis, he writes, is at the root of the problems facing Western societies. “The West no longer knows who it is, because it no longer knows and does not want to know who made it, who established it, as it was and as it is. Many countries today ignore their own history. This self-suffocation naturally leads to a decadence that opens the path to new, barbaric civilizations.”
While making clear the gravity of the present situation, the cardinal demonstrates that it is possible to avoid the hell of a world without God, a world without hope. He calls for a renewal of devotion to Christ through prayer and the practice of virtue.
AUTHOR: Robert Cardinal Sarah
DETAILS: 349 pages, paperback