The Truth of Catholicism
George Weigel explores the distinctiveness of Catholicism through aspects of its teachings our contemporary society finds difficult, e.g., in relation to suffering, sexual morality, democracy, other faiths, etc.
196 pages * Softcover * $25.00
To Know Christ Jesus
This is a welcome reprint of a spiritual classic, first published in 1962. Scott Hahn calls it 'A crisp and clear presentation of Christ in the Gospels' which 'shows us how to read the Gospels so that the life of Jesus may come alive in our lives'.
399 pages * Softcover * $29.95
A Still, Small Voice
Fr Benedict J. Groeschel CFR
Fr Groeschel provides a much-needed practical guide to evaluating private revelations and reports of visions. He directs the reader to the more humble, safer path which discerns God's presence in prayer, Scripture, sacraments and love of neighbour.
175 pages * Softcover * $24.95
Benedict Rules - OK!
This book is not about our present Pope, but rather the Rule of St Benedict and how it can be used to build stronger school communities and enhance their spiritual development.
157 pages * Softcover * $29.00
An Illustrated Catechism
This beautifully illustrated book introduces the basics of Catholicm to young children following the structure of the Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Creed, Sacraments, Commandments and Prayer.
144 pages * Softcover * $35.00
Salt of the Earth
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
This famous 1996 interview of Cardinal Ratzinger by German journalist Peter Seewald is once more available. The Cardinal's refreshingly honest and insightful comments on the state of the Church and its future prospects have added significance now that he is Pope Benedict XVI.
283 pages * Softcover * $25.95
Truth and Tolerance
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
This book is a valuable asset for those who struggle to hear the voice of truth in the confusion of the modern world, and who want to examine the unity and diversity of world religions. It answers the key question, 'Can truth be recognised?'
284 pages * Softcover * $33.00
Pope John Paul I
John Paul I, who was Pope for only 33 days in 1978, has been overshadowed by the stature of his successor. However, this collection of imaginary letters to famous religious, literary and historical figures sheds light on a very attractive personality.
286 pages * Softcover * $36.00
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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 20 No 5 (June 2007), p. 19