The reflections in this book on the Eucharist are drawn from the writings and addresses of Pope Benedict XVi - his words will be an inspiration to both priests and laity.
Pope Benedict XVI
In this profound and illuminating work, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger turns the gaze of an accomplished theologian upon the crucified Savior.
The Inside Story of Eight Dramatic Years!
In his is a book of wisdom and insight that explains how providential are the trials through which the Catholic Church is now passing.
Benedict XVI has something for everyone in Charity in Truth—from praising profit to defending the environment, from calling for a role for government in the economy to insisting
John Paul II, Joseph Ratzinger, and Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Theology of Holy Saturday.
Foreword by Marcello Pera
After meditating on the Apostles and then on the Fathers of the early Church, as seen in his earlier works Jesus, the Apostles and the Early Church and Church Fathers, Pope Bene
Following his best selling book, Jesus of Nazareth, and his talks published in Jesus, the Apostles, and the Early Church, Pope Benedict's Church Fathers presents these important
Daughter Zion explores the biblical witness to the Church's Marian dogmas?Mary’s role as Mother of God, her virginity, the Immaculate Conception, and her Assumption into heaven.
This volume is an unabridged edition of Dogma and Preaching, a work that appeared in a much-reduced form in English, in 1985. The new book contains twice as much material as fi
Ten Religious Explorers from Newman to Joseph Ratzinger
Pope Benedict XVI is widely considered to be the greatest theologian and Catholic thinker of our time.
While a professor of theology and throughout his rise in the Roman Catholic hierarchy, Joseph Ratzinger again and again delivered important speeches over the course of five deca
During his years as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, well-known Vatican prelate Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger has given three in-depth interviews.
Everyone needs love. Everyone desires love. But not everyone understands love. In fact, love is probably the most misunderstood subject in history.
The Second Vatican Council says, "We ought to try to discover a new reverence for the Eucharistic mystery. Something is happening that is greater than anything we can do.
In this book Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, presents the Word of God as a living reality in the Church.
The celebration of the Eucharist, in which Jesus Christ becomes present, is the center of the Catholic faith.
The Complete Addresses and Homilies of Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to the UK.
For a Christian, the way to reach perfection is to strive for holiness. What is true perfection?
Pope Benedict XVI continues his exploration of the greatest teachers and role models in the history of the Church with these sketches of twenty-six men and women from the Middle
In this bold, momentous work, Joseph Ratzinger in his first book written since he became Pope seeks to salvage the person of Jesus from recent “popular” depictions and to rest
For Christians, Jesus of Nazareth is the Son of God, who died for the sins of the world, and who rose from the dead in triumph over sin and death.
The momentous third and final volume in the Pope's international bestselling Jesus of Nazareth series details the stories of Jesus' infancy and boyhood, and how they are relevan
Based on Pope Benedict XVI's weekly teaching on the relationship between Christ and the Church, this book tells the drama of Jesus' first disciples his Apostles and their asso
This major volume is a collection of the writings of Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI) on the theology of the Liturgy of the Church, a subject of preeminence to him
Meditations for Every Day
Lent comes every year to help Christians return to God, encouraging them to make a new commitment to following Christ.
Foreword by George Weigel
Prepared and co-published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia, this book is a combination of two lengthy essays written by Cardinal Ratzinger and delivered
Jesus Christ is as popular as ever. Films, books, and news articles ask,"Who was Jesus Christ?" Even outside of Christianity he continues to appeal to people.
Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, has been the most visible member of the Catholic clergy in the world second only to Pope John Paul II.
Since retiring from the papacy in 2013, the first Pope in over 700 years to do so, Pope Benedict has lived quietly in a convent in the Vatican gardens in Rome.
Benedict XVI concludes his great series of cetecheses on the ‘School of Prayer’ by looking at the life and letters of St Paul.
A collection of articles and talks written around a central theme the fundamental structure of Christianity: Catholicism, the inter-relationship of other forms of Christianity,
St. Paul is one of the most important figures in Christian history.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, well-known Vatican prelate and head of the Congregation on the Doctrine of the Faith, gives a full-length interview to secular journalist Peter Seewal
Pope Benedict XVI's second encyclical, Saved In Hope, ("Spe Salvi" in Latin) takes its title from St. Paul, who wrote, "In hope we have been saved".
In this beautifully illustrated book, Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) gives us profound meditations on what our life in Christ should be like as it is lived through the var
Are liturgy and prayer important in an age of political crisis and the technological manipulation of human life? Yes, declares Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI.
Cardinal Ratzinger speaks candidly and forcefully about the state of the Church in the Post-Vatican II era.
Considered by Ratzinger devotees as his greatest work on the Liturgy, this profound and beautifully written treatment of the "great prayer of the Church" will help readers redis
"Having faith in the Lord is not something that involves solely our intelligence, the area of intellectual knowledge; rather, it is a change that involves our life, our whole se
Foreword by James Schall, S.J.
Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, writes eloquently and persuasively about how one can live as a serious Christian in today's secular world.