Voted "BEST AUDIOBOOK OF THE YEAR" by Independent Book Publishers Association 2012. The eulogies in Great American Catholic Eulogies span the American experience, providing a unique view of United States history. Great American Catholic Eulogies reveals the powerful value of a wellcrafted eulogy: It reveals “what this Catholic life has taught me.”
The eulogies in Great American Catholic Eulogies span the American experience, providing a unique view of United States history. Great American Catholic Eulogies reveals the powerful value of a wellcrafted eulogy: It reveals “what this Catholic life has taught me.”
Available September, 2011
In 70 brief portraits, first delivered as addresses to public audience of the faithful in Saint Peter’s Square, Pope Benedict XVI offers engaging, perceptive, and edifying sketches of some of the greatest thinkers and writers of Christianity.
Available September, 2011
In this unique, eclective, surprising, and delightful book, philosopher Al Gini presents a lifetime collection of over 500 well-selected quotations on the meaning of life.
Reflecting the work of nearly 100 scholars and extensively reviewed and approved by the USCCB, the NABRE takes into account the best current scholarship as well as the new discovery of ancient manuscripts that improve our knowledge and understanding of the Biblical text.
In Great American Catholic
Eulogies, Carol DeChant has compiled fifty of the most
memorable and instructive eulogies of Catholics
Deeply researched and based on the latest sources, this history recalls Saint Catherine—as she would later be called—as a champion of peace who cajoled and, at times, begged popes, monarchs, and ordinary citizens to do her will.
The Big Book of Christian Mysticism explores the rich tradition of mysticism and shows how it can be a powerful tool for transformation and the experience of the Divine.
By looking at the 16 years of his life spent at Kalaupapa through the eyes of those who knew him best, this book focuses on Father Damien's relationship with the people of Kalaupapa and also discusses his legacy in the context of current discussions related to leprosy and human rights.
This book presents what the Catholic Church believes about Mary, coupled with a wealth of intriguing information about people's devotion to her.
Collected for the first time, Tim Unsworth: Articles from the National Catholic Reporter showcases 27 of Unsworth's best and most beloved writings.
Renowned theologian John Shea provides a "freewheeling exploration of the spiritual life through the images, stories and ideas associated with Christmas."