Remembering Pope John Paul II
Memory and Identity
Pope John Paul II
Using the encounters at his summer residence of Castel Gandolfo where conversations took place with leading intellectuals Pope John Paul II addressed in his last book many of the questions which arose from these discussions.
208 pages * Hardback * $35.00
Fatima, Russia and Pope John Paul II
This is the first full-length account of how the end of the former Soviet Union revealed the hand of God through the intercession of Mary. The author connects the events in Eastern Europe with Our Lady's prophecies at Fatima.
260 pages * Softcover * $19.95
Mary: The Transparency of God
Chiara Lubich's gospel-based reflections provide new insights for Christians of all traditions into the life and role of Our Lady. Further, her book demonstrates how Mary can be a source of inspiration, an example on which we can model our lives.
105 pages * Softcover * $16.95
Coffee with Nonna
Vincent Iezzi is a retired US journalist and a member of the Secular Franciscan Order. In Coffee with Nonna, he retells the colourful, religious-based stories his grandmother told him as a child during World War II.
165 pages * Softcover * $20.00
The Jeweler's Shop
This is the only Vatican-approved English translation of Pope John Paul II's most famous play, written in the 1940s on the theme of relationships and love and marriage. It also provides an insight into the thoughts of the late Pope when a young man.
91 pages * Hardback * $25.95
Mother of the Church
Edited by Seamus O'Byrne
Mother of the Church is a collection of writings and addresses on Our Lady by Pope John Paul II. In his teaching, the Holy Father saw Mary as inseparably linked to Christ and intimately associated with the life and mission of the Church.
144 pages * Softcover * $19.95
You Are Peter
Renowned Eastern Orthodox theologian, Olivier Clément, responds to Pope John Paul II's call in his encyclical Ut Unum Sint for a common reflection on the function of the papal primacy. Cardinal Avery Dulles SJ in his foreword to You Are Peter calls Clément's response "a beacon of hope".
112 pages * Softcover * $19.95
The Holy Bible
This is a beautiful reprint of the famous Douay-Rheims translation of the Bible. The Old Testament translation was first published by the English College at Douay and the New Testament translation by the English College at Rheims in 1582.
1231 pages * Hardback * $99.00
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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 18 No 4 (May 2005), p. 19