A Journey Through Biblical Anthropology
The Essential Guide to Catholic Spiritual Classics
"There is no evil to be faced that Christ does not face with us. There is no enemy that Christ has not already conquered.
An introduction to living with the Holy Spirit and the gifts it brings.
31 Daily Meditations to Help You Live and Love as She Does
This booklet invites us to examine our attitude towards death, and help us to discover how taking death on board enhances the way we live our life.
THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION of the Blessed Virgin Mary forms a cornerstone of God's plan for our salvation.
Monks on the Threshold of Eternal Life
The title comes from Cardinal Hume’s homily for Ash Wednesday 1977; and it is a theme which reappears frequently in his writing and preaching, particularly in his Lenten address
Daily Meditations with the Messengers of God
Join Patrick Madrid and discover the majesty and power of scripture in A Year with the Bible: Scriptural Wisdom for Daily Living.
Times change, but human nature does not. Neither do the daily struggles that all Christians experience in their walk with the Lord.
Best-selling Catholic author Paul Thigpen opens up that treasury in A Year With the Saints: Daily Meditations With the Holy Ones of God.
Let go and let God." This popular phrase captures the essence of Father Jean-Pierre de Caussade's 18th century treatise on trust, Abandonment to Divine Providence.
An Exploration of Spirituality and Depression.
All Things Made New explores the Christian mysteries in the tradition of St.
The Psalmist wrote: “Be still and know that I am God” (Ps 46:10).
Here is an anthology of sermons, homilies and poems written by Anglo-Saxons during the later part of their age (c. 660-1066).
Sally Read converted from atheism to Catholicism when her daughter Flo was only four, yet from the beginning Flo accompanied her closely--sharing her excitement, discoveries and
What gives meaning to our lives? How can we live a life shared with others?
Everything You Need to Know about Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell
Though a great majority of Americans state they believe in angels, many of us may not realize that Scripture and the Church have always taught belief in angels.
A celebration of Holy men and women
For many understanding of the Carmelites is limited to the lives and times of the sixteenth-century Spanish mystics.
There are a handful of simple habits that have been practiced by every saint.
Arising out of a game of 'hide and seek' played with two young children, Cardinal Basil Hume made each hiding place a setting for a discovery of something new about the spiritua
Sacred Icons, images of God made man and man made God, have never ceased to be an integral part of Orthodox Christian cultures, but it is only now, after centuries of absence, t
Art, Sanctity, and the Truth of Catholicism
Being a parent today is a huge privilege and a daunting challenge.
The new What Every Catholic Should Know series is intended for the average faithful Catholic who wants to know more about Catholic faith and culture.
Reflections on an Ancient Mystical Tradition
An essential spiritual companion for married and engaged couples.
Here are writings of the great medieval spiritual teacher (1090-1153) who was preacher of the Crusades and founder of the Cistercians, with an introduction on the forming of Ber
Blessings of St Benedict is a devotional that brings the Rule of St Benedict to all people of every state of life.
The Holy Eucharist is the Church's most precious treasure, the source and summit of her worship and life. The Church is built upon and around the Eucharist.
Fulton J. Sheen turned his voice and pen to many subjects during the course of a long and remarkable apostolate.
Therese of Lisieux is among today’s most popular and best-loved saints. Yet she entered a Carmelite convent when she was fifteen and died when she was only twenty-four.
Meditations with Bishop Richard Challoner for the Christian Year
People embark on the Camino to Santiago for any number of reasons – a diversity that is reflected in this selection of stories written by pilgrims from across the English-speaki
A Pilgrim’s Search for God
A Theological Consideration of Jesus Christ
Translated here for the first time in their entirety in English are the extant writings of two little known 13th-century Carthusians who had great influence on Christian spiritu
Translated here for the first time in their entirety in English are the extant writings of two little known thieteenthth-century Carthusians who had great influence on Christian
This booklet invites us to examine our attitude towards death, and discover that taking death on board enhances the way we live our life.
So begins David Anders in this remarkably forthright book. In it, David reports that by the early 2000s, his marriage was so painful he actually longed for death.
Walking Day by Day with Our Lady
This volume offers translations of numerous texts from the Celtic tradition from the sixth through the thirteenth centuries, in a cross-section of genres and forms, including sa
“Ceremonial may be interpreted as a spiritual obeisance to the created beauty of the world.” So writes Abbie Graham in the Foreword to her Ceremonials of Common Days.
Profound, provocative, complete treatment of Purgatory--its sufferings, consolations, duration, etc., plus, how we can assist the Poor Souls, their gratitude, and God's reward t
The great spiritual writer, Fr Columba Marmion, wrote this classic work on the priesthood to show the holiness that priests are called to, and how that holiness can only be atta
The Cosmic Struggle Between Good and Evil
Explore the rich history and influence of Christian art from Antiquity to the present day.
Catholic journalism and even the Magisterium of the Church of the last fifty years have ignored the topic of Christian fashion, which has important consequences on individual an
The gift of human sexuality allows us to choose, or not to choose, to participate in one form of God's creation.
A complete overview and history of Catholic spirituality from the Apostles to the present day.
Words of Consolation from John Henry Newman
In Confessions, Augustine tells the story of his sinful youth and conversion to Christianity.
Spiritual Insights into an Essential Encounter with God
From traditional Cottage Pie on St. Patrick’s Day to Basque Lamb Stew on the feast of St.
Feeding the hungry and thirsty, clothing the naked, housing the homeless, visiting the imprisoned, the sick, and burying the dead – Pope Francis wants us to stop and think again
With the luminous insight that we have come to expect from his writings, Robert Cardinal Sarah helps spouses rediscover the deep source of their love—God Himself—and the means f
A Fulton Sheen Anthology
Fulton J. Sheen was remarkable in his ability to uncover many layers of meaning in the life and words of Jesus of Nazareth.
Meditations for Septuagesima and Lent
Celebrating with Our Lady Every Day of the Year
A Guide for the Spiritual Journey
In Dark Night of the Soul, Saint John of the Cross presents for us a portrait painted from his own experience of one who advances successfully through the struggles of
Daily Readings from the Cloud of Unknowing (Enfolded in Love).
Reflecting on years of living the Benedictine life and of scholarly work on the Rule of Saint Benedict, monk and priest Terrence Kardong offers his wisdom in Day by Day with Sai
A Devotional Journey into the Easter Mystery sweeps readers through the various liturgical celebrations of Lent, the Paschal Triduum, and the Easter Season, unveiling t
St Catherine of Siena's Dialogue describes the entire spiritual life through a series of conversations between God and the soul, represented by Catherine herself.
This Book of Meditations is a classic and is seeped in Carmelite spirituality.
A Meditation on the Hail Mary.
The spirituality of St. Dominic and his early followers was a force in thirteenth-century Europe.
In these simple, heartfelt reflections, Cardinal Tagle of the Philippines shares how Christian community offers rich possibilities for love, faith, hope, and unity in diversity.
Falling in Eucharistic Love
As Revealed by Love Himself
Fr McManus enables us to absorb more gratefully the amazing good news that “God’s mercy is from age to age” (Luke 1: 50).
The Invisible Companions of Our Spiritual Life
Saint Benedict's Steps to Christian Maturity
The Light of Christ in the Church, Spiritual Conversion, and Moral Conversion
Reflections in the Franciscan Tradition.
It is the heart of who we are as Catholics: the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
Reflections by the Affiliates of Mayslake Ministries
Growing closer to the Blessed Virgin Mary can have a profound impact on your spiritual life.
Over the years, the brilliant and often voluminous scholarly writings of Bl. John Henry Newman (1801-1890), have drawn into the Church thousands more converts after him.
“I want God to become especially interested in you, just as you, prompted by his grace, are beginning to become interested in him.”
100 Questions and Answers on the Marian Apparitions
Talks on Fifty Feasts of Mary Throughout the Year with Two Talks for Mother's Day
Christian feasts, such as Christmas and Easter, form the weft of the Christian year.
Indecision was not in his heart. Surrounded by clerical corruption and unprecedented consumerism, St.
There are many things that can cause us to doubt or disbelieve in God.
Here is the sensible view of Purgatory, tainted by neither childish superstition nor modern skepticism. From these holy pages by St. Catherine of Genoa, you'll learn:
These well known devotions each have a fascinating origin and history, linked to apparitions of Jesus and Mary: the first to Margaret Mary Alacoque (1673–75) and the second to t
A new assessment of Celtic Christianity
These fascinating dreams involve prophecy and reading of hearts, with a powerful spiritual message.