The story of a beautiful girl from a rich family in a Roman city who wanted to be with Jesus more than anything else in the world.
Mary and the Saints
"When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England," said Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903).
All Christians know his name. Few truly know the man.
Many may wonder why Newman was beatified, what was it that made him holy? The authors indicate an answer to this question. His was not a life of extraordinary signs and wonder
Celebrating with Our Lady Every Day of the Year
During the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I it was high treason, and therefore death, to be a Catholic priest in England.
Times change, but human nature does not. Neither do the daily struggles that all Christians experience in their walk with the Lord.
Together with Teresa of Avila, John de Yepez Alvarez was instrumental in the reform of the Carmelite order in 16th-century Spain.
Superb popular history that undermines many of our preconceptions about Patrick and reveals several surprises.
The story for children 10 and up of St. Rose of Lima, who became a hermit in her own home--rather than go to a convent--and how she became a great Saint.
The famous French author's unique writing style captivates the reader with the heroic story of Saint Maximilian Kolbe, a modern apostle of Catholic evangelization, Marian spirit
This is the first archaeological and historical biography of the most fascinating and revered woman in history, Mary of Nazareth, the mother of Christ.
The spirituality of the first major spiritual writer (1651-1719) to integrate the Christian vocation of education of the poor by lay men and women into a coherent spirituality.
The story of the Roman soldier who became a Christian and later a Bishop.
The Ancient Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, England’s national shrine, sits in a tiny village on the north coast of East Anglia.
In Lay Saints: Ascetics and Penitents, Joan Carroll Cruz guides you through the lives of fifty-eight lay men and women who achieved the heights of sanctity.
As Communism consolidated its victorious grip on Poland in 1947, Jerzy Popieluszko was born into a peasant farming family.
Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-1591) was a prince of the Holy Roman Empire who renounced his titles and wealth to serve God and the Church as a member of the Society of Jesus.
This official collection (raccolta) of the Church's prayers and devotions was published in English in 1957.
Best-selling Catholic author Paul Thigpen opens up that treasury in A Year With the Saints: Daily Meditations With the Holy Ones of God.
Born of noble parentage, Saint John Ogilvie was raised in the Calvinist tradition and sent abroad to be educated.
Since the beginnings of Christianity, veneration for the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, has played a fundamental role in the confession of the Christian faith.
Shows how St. Thomas was big, quiet and slow to speak, thus being called the "Dumb Ox" by fellow students.
Our Lady’s appeal in 1917 to the three shepherd children of Fatima, for prayer for peace and for a deep conversion of heart, rings out from the site of her apparitions at the wo