A Century of Signs and Wonders
This riveting account of true-life Fatima events of the past hundred years demonstrates that Our Lady’s messages are more vital today than ever before. Here, author Joseph Pronechen reports on scores of post-Fatima incidents that reveal the wide-reaching influence the apparitions have had throughout this past century on the lives of ordinary people, popes, saints — and even unbelievers! You’ll learn of many amazing but little-known Fatima-related occurrences through the past century.
AUTHOR: Joseph Pronechan
DETAILS: 256 pages, paperback
A Spiritual Road Map to Eternity
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Why it is that one hears so often the expression “Go to hell!” And almost never the expression “Go to heaven!” Here, is Bishop Sheen with his answer. This is a book that breathes new meaning into the truths about heaven and hell, and new life into the concepts of faith, tolerance, love, prayer, suffering, and death.
AUTHOR: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
DETAILS: 258 pages, paperback
The Cokeville Miracle is an astounding true story about survival in the face of unimaginable terror. On May 16th, 1986, in the small town of Cokeville, Wyoming, David and Doris Young entered the local elementary school with a bomb and held the entire school hostage in one room. In the mayhem that followed the bomb was detonated, but not one hostage was killed and the parents must put their skepticism aside as children start to tell stories of how they survived. How is it possible for a packed building to explode yet leave no casualties?
Saints who Renewed the Church
Joseph Pearce Heroes of the Catholic Reformation is a scholarly and cultured celebration of the saints who responded to the fierce oppositions of their time with courage and an authentic and lasting Catholic Reformation. Author Joseph Pearce invites us to look to these heroes for inspiration as we seek to live the fullness of Faith in our fallen world.
AUTHOR: Joseph Pearce
DETAILS: 176 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
Women Saints Who Won the Battle for Souls
Christ wants you to join in His saving work. He has called you to be a holy handmaid, a royal princess, a daughter of the Most High: a fighter alongside your King on the spiritual battlefield for souls. Julie Onderko here brings you exciting tales about bold female warriors of the spirit, from heroic Old Testament women such as Judith, Deborah, and Esther, to more recent icons of the Faith, including St Clare, St Monica, and St Faustina. From their diverse circumstances and vocations, these women warriors will teach you the powerful spiritual tactics that they used in their battles against the devil – tactics that will help you grow holy even as you engage in the greatest endeavour of all: saving souls for Christ.
AUTHOR: Julie Onderko
DETAILS: 150 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
Ancient Rome’s brutal culture exploited the weak and considered human life expendable. Women were used as property; unwanted children were left on the streets to die. Four centuries later, even ordinary men and women prospered in what had become a vigorous new Christian society, a society that served the vulnerable, exalted women, treasured virtue, and loved peace.
Faith had triumphed. Truth was proclaimed. And on this rock-solid foundation, Christian society flourished in the West for the next 1500 years.
Here you’ll learn about the seven specific areas where any paganism, ancient or modern, is particularly vulnerable. They provide a roadmap for modern Christians to reclaim for the Faith our own neo-pagan modern culture.
Facing an overwhelmingly dark and hostile culture, Rome’s early Christians took the steps necessary to transform it. Their struggles and the hard lessons they learned documented here afford us hope that, by imitating their example, we may do the same for our culture today.
Mike Aquilina & James Papandrea
DETAILS: 270 pages, paperback
The story of the conflict between slave-traders and Jesuits during the colonisation of South America by Spain and Portugal. In 1750 Jesuit priest Gabriel (Jeremy Irons) arrives in the Amazon to build a mission for the Guarani Indians. He comes into conflict with slave trader Mendoza (Robert De Niro), who kills or captures many of the tribe but escapes punishment due to the fact that he is an aristocrat. However, it transpires that even Mendoza has a conscience when he comes to Gabriel asking for penance. A visually stunning epic, The Mission recounts the true story of two men – a man of the sword (Robert De Niro) and a man of the cloth (Jeremy Irons) – both Jesuit missionaries who defied the colonial forces of mighty Spain and Portugal to save an Indian tribe from slavery in mid-18th-Century South America.
From the New York Times bestseller comes an inspirational true story. Successful art dealer Ron Hall and his wife Debbie seemingly have the perfect life. But when their faith and family are tested, an unlikely bond with a homeless drifter leads them on a remarkable journey
that forges an everlasting friendship. Same Kind of Different As Me shows how a simple act of kindness can change everything.
Life-story of Little Nellie of Holy God
When the nuns of the Good Shepherd Convent in Cork, Ireland, welcomed the little three-year-old invalid Nellie Organ on May 11, 1907, little did they think that the great Pope Saint Pius X would say of her a few short years later: “She’s a little angel. Her patience was admirable, her resignation in suffering was so perfect. And then, she understood supernatural things in a superior manner”. Father Bernard des Ronces bases his account of Little Nellie’s life on the most reliable sources. The result is possibly the most complete biography of the child who was chosen by God to encourage Pope Pius X to allow little children to receive Holy Communion.
AUTHOR: Fr Bernard des Ronces
DETAILS: 288 pages, paperback