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  • 1 Body Of Christ In A Quantum Age

    $32.00

    Writing from a font of experience as a Franciscan friar and spiritual teacher, Father Bernie Tickerhoof invites readers to enrich their spiritual journey as they learn from the physical sciences. The One Body of Christ in a Quantum Age explores the many resonances between quantum theory, consciousness studies, and relational and holistic spirituality through spiritual practices like prayer, relationship-building, service, and creativity.

    Introducing and engaging challenging topics with compassionate vision, Tickerhoof fosters a conversation among spiritual and scientific pilgrims as we find ourselves in the beginning of a new era of life on and with our planet. Perfect for individual study or small-group discussions, The One Body of Christ in a Quantum Age will reframe your understanding of spirituality, offering hope and vision for anyone seeking greater authenticity, connection, and purpose in their spiritual life.

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  • 10 Commandments : Laws Of The Heart

    $19.00

    A leading voice in contemporary spirituality shows what the commandments mean for us today in a world that seems to have lost its moral compass.

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  • 12 Rules For Manliness

    $21.95

    Deep in every man’s heart is a call to live the heroic way, to champion a cause greater than himself. The everyday hero goes beyond the ordinary in the little moments of his life and rides high in the saddle as he achieves his principles and dreams.

    The cowboys of old were, in many ways, the models of manliness. They were perceptive and decisive. They lived by a personal creed a” and they knew how to make a stand. They had a simple understanding of what needed to be done, and they did it even when it was difficult.

    In 12 Rules for Manliness, adventurer Bear Woznick lays out a plan to help men learn how to develop a proper personal creed, and then define themselves by the hardships they endure in pursuit of that mission.

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  • 1st Belong To God

    $19.99

    “This is not a time to hunker down and lock our doors. I see clearly that the Lord is calling us out of ourselves, to get up and walk.” –From the Foreword by POPE FRANCIS

    Drawing on the wisdom of Pope Francis and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Austen Ivereigh has written a captivating spiritual guide for our turbulent age.

    Designed as an eight-day Ignatian retreat, First Belong to God serves as a roadmap to deeper discipleship. It does this by focusing on the three foundational forms of belonging: to God, to creation, and to others.

    Structured around the core principles of St. Ignatius’s Spiritual Exercises, First Belong to God encapsulates the key aspects of the Francis pontificate:

    *the essence of being “God-belonging” entities
    *the way God’s mercy challenges our self-reliance
    *the journey to building the Kingdom in the footsteps of Christ
    *heeding the cry of the earth and the stranger
    *striving for fraternity by championing synodality

    Whether you’re embarking on a solitary spiritual expedition or a journey with like-minded individuals, First Belong to God offers the next best thing to a personal retreat with Pope Francis: a full-soul immersion into his wisdom via the classic Jesuit retreat that shaped him so profoundly.

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  • 3 Minutes With God

    $18.99

    Can you spare a few minutes to connect with God and refresh your spiritual life?

    Three Minutes with God features hundreds of inspiring reflections and prayers that will remind you to rejoice and praise God! Each day’s entry features a scripture passage, a thoughtful reflection, and a brief prayer to revive your spirit. The book is divided into three sections: “Encouragement,” “Inspiration,” and “Motivation,” so you can choose how you will be uplifted each day.

    Adapted from Monsignor Frank Bognanno’s popular “Thought of the Day” television segments, these reflections offer comfort in the knowledge that God is always with us. Whether you start or end your day in reflection and prayer, you’ll discover how easy it can be to spend just a little more time with God each day.

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  • 5 Habits Of Prayerful People

    $14.95

    What if prayer could become one of the most rewarding and meaningful aspects of your whole life? What if you could use the skills productive people use to help you pray?

    Michael St. Pierre, executive director of the Catholic Campus Ministry Association and a productivity expert, shares five habits that you can use to help you gain confidence in your prayer and strengthen your relationship with God.

    Catholics are taught that prayer is necessary to live their faith, but many sincere Mass-goers find it almost impossible to pray consistently. They know that prayer is at the core of a relationship with God, but many still don’t have a clue about how to go about integrating prayer into their everyday lives. As a result, their confidence level related to prayer is low.

    St. Pierre began his own journey to prayer as a young adult, stumbling through the Rosary with uncertainty and frustration. Only when he decided to show up and do his best did he begin to build a consistent habit of prayer. After he started studying human productivity, he realized that some of the same principles could apply to the spiritual life. In his first book, The 5 Habits of Prayerful People, St. Pierre shares his unique and practical approach that will teach you how make prayer part of your everyday life.

    You will learn how to cultivate the habits of:
    *passion and pursuit
    *presence
    *preparation and planning
    *persistence and perseverance
    *pondering

    Written in the tone and style of a popular business book, St. Pierre shares inspirational success and instructional failure as he helps readers to stop procrastinating and unlock the doors to a fruitful conversation with God.

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  • 5 Steps To Living Christian Unity

    $7.95

    For as long as Christian churches and communities have been divided, there are those who have looked for ways to heal the fractures. Callan Slipper offers five ways for Christians to approach one another on the path toward unity. (1) Recognize the need; (2) Start from being united; (3) Proceed one person at a time, with love; (4) Don’t make yourself the measure of truth. Truth is a person. It is Jesus; (5) embrace the cross, and let Jesus’ love transform division. His observations come from years of experience with ecumenists, and his optimism that unity is inevitable is evidence that faith and hope undergird the challenges that abide our daily choice to build Christian unity by the way we love one another.

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  • All One In Christ

    $17.95

    What does the Catholic Church teach about racism? What should Catholics think about Critical Race Theory, which is currently being widely promoted in the name of antiracism

    All One in Christ lucidly explains the Church’s clear and consistent condemnation of racism, showing that the condemnation is not a recent development but deeply rooted in centuries of papal teaching and Scholastic theology.

    This book also demonstrates that Critical Race Theory, far from being a remedy for racism, is, in fact, a new and insidious form of racism that cannot be reconciled with the social teaching of the Church and the call of Christ. Edward Feser exhorts Catholics to oppose Critical Race Theory–precisely because they are opposed to racial injustice. They must reaffirm that all human beings are rational creatures capable of knowledge and charity and redemption from sin through grace.

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  • Art Of Choosing

    $15.00

    “Never am I more “I” than when I stand serene, survey the field, weigh my choices, set my face in one direction, and advance with firm step and joyful heart. To know what I want to do and do it is the essence of life.”

    Our decisions — from the most mundance of day-to-day living to those fork-in-the-road choices of great consequence — chart the course of our existence. How can we make decisions carefully and thoughfully, so as to live more deliberately meaningful — and happier — lives? Carlos G. Valles, author of “Mastering Sadhana: On Retreat with Anthony de Mello,” here explores the process of discernment and decision-making. Using scripture, insights from Ignatian spirituality, and contemporary examples, the author illustrates the how and why of making choices and living comfortably with their consequences, whether they be positive or negative. “If my life is my choices,” he writes, “I want my choices to be the best they can be. I want to master the art of choosing.”

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  • Art Of Loving

    $11.95

    Here is a small volume with a collection of texts drawn from the writings of Chiara Lubich. Her simple down-to-earth language draws us into the very meaning of evangelical love and challenges us to start living it. The same ideas shine through each of these lines, a paradigm which she was fond of using during her last days on this earth, in her urgency to spread the Gospel message of unity and peace to everyone. A few simple phrases compose her Art of Loving, which are drawn from the Gospels and disclose the secret of human fulfillment which is found in divine love. ‘Love everyone,’ ‘Be the first to love,’ ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ ‘Love each other as I have loved you,’ ‘Make yourself one.’ The universal message of Love is the message of Christianity and it is the Golden Rule of all the Great Religions. It is a message that is written into the DNA of every person, even those who seem far from God. This small book is like a daily handbook for anyone who wishes to answer the call of Love each day in today’s ever-changing society, a call that Chiara Lubich believed to be the primary vocation of every human person and our personal and collective fulfillment.

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  • As One Struggling Christian To Another

    $24.95

    This book is not intended for scholars or experts but rather for those who may wish to learn more about Augustine’s reflections on the Christian life, so they can continue to grow in their faith and love of God. The first chapter attempts to bring the reader to a better understanding of Augustine himeself–the man, the monk, and the bishop–in the surroundings that influenced him so deeply. Other chapters then deal with our common call to know better both ourselves and God, to be leaders in the world, to search for God and be intimate with him through prayer, to accept God’s mercy through conversion, and to be Church–God’s holy people–in the fullest sense of the word. Two other chapters share how Augustine related to his people as their spiritual leader and with the pastoral problems he frequently ran into. These latter chapters give us insights into some of the difficulties priests and pastors can experience even today in their service of others.

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  • Be Strong And Courageous

    $28.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781580510769ISBN10: 1580510760David YountBinding: Trade PaperPublished: September 2000Publisher: Sheed & Ward Print On Demand Product

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  • Better World : Reflections On Peace And Fraternity

    $16.95

    We live today in an unstable and dangerous world. Countless people are plagued by war and fear and are oppressed by hatred and intimidation. The world is hungry for peace.

    Pope Francis has made great efforts to stop violence and hatred and continually calls the world to peace. A Better World is another invitation from the Holy Father to love one another and to work diligently for peace.

    In the homilies, addresses, and writings collected in this book, Pope Francis reminds us, as children of God, to be kind in our daily actions and compassionate toward others, even those who are different from us and whom we must accept with love. When conflicts arise, we are called to resolve them through dialogue and the quest for peace, not through hatred and war. Lasting peace is not the result of violent means but is achieved through dialogue and fraternity.

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  • Bread Of Life Cup Of Salvation

    $20.95

    Introduction

    Food, Glorious Food

    The Eucharist In The New Testament

    A (Very) Brief History Of The Mass

    The Entrance Rite

    Celebrating The Liturgy Of The Word

    The Readings For Mass

    The Preparation Of The Gifts

    The Eucharistic Prayer

    The Communion Rite

    A Theological Reflection

    Conclusion

    Additional Info
    Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation is an invitation to a deeper appreciation for the celebration of the Mass and a greater conviction of its importance for our ordinary living-out of Christian faith in daily life. Taking into account the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the new edition of the General Instruction on the Roman Missal, Fr. John Baldovin, S.J., centers his lucid commentary on the Mass around the most recent official documents and provides an up-to-date survey of the historical development of the Mass from the New Testament to the present. Clear, concise, and accessible, Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation is an informative and powerful reflection on the meaning of the Eucharist for us today.

    This book responds to questions such as What are the orgins of the Mass? How did the Mass develop into what we know today? Why do we have several readings from Scripture at every Mass? Why do we always read a passage from the Gospels last? Why is the Eucharistic Prayer called the center and highpoint of the celebration of the Eucharist? What difference does it make if communion is distributed from the tabernacle or consecrated at the Mass at which people are receiving? Why do we have more than one Eucharistic Prayer? Is it important that people are offered communion in both kinds–the Body and the Blood of Christ? Why did the Mass get its popular name from the dismissal (missa)? Why was it important to recover the exchange of peace?

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  • Bread Of Life Cup Of Salvation

    $64.00

    Introduction

    Food, Glorious Food

    The Eucharist In The New Testament

    A (Very) Brief History Of The Mass

    The Entrance Rite

    Celebrating The Liturgy Of The Word

    The Readings For Mass

    The Preparation Of The Gifts

    The Eucharistic Prayer

    The Communion Rite

    A Theological Reflection

    Conclusion

    Additional Info
    Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation is an invitation to a deeper appreciation for the celebration of the Mass and a greater conviction of its importance for our ordinary living-out of Christian faith in daily life. Taking into account the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the new edition of the General Instruction on the Roman Missal, Fr. John Baldovin, S.J., centers his lucid commentary on the Mass around the most recent official documents and provides an up-to-date survey of the historical development of the Mass from the New Testament to the present. Clear, concise, and accessible, Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation is an informative and powerful reflection on the meaning of the Eucharist for us today.

    This book responds to questions such as What are the orgins of the Mass? How did the Mass develop into what we know today? Why do we have several readings from Scripture at every Mass? Why do we always read a passage from the Gospels last? Why is the Eucharistic Prayer called the center and highpoint of the celebration of the Eucharist? What difference does it make if communion is distributed from the tabernacle or consecrated at the Mass at which people are receiving? Why do we have more than one Eucharistic Prayer? Is it important that people are offered communion in both kinds–the Body and the Blood of Christ? Why did the Mass get its popular name from the dismissal (missa)? Why was it important to recover the exchange of peace?

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  • Busy Persons Guide To Prayer

    $15.95

    Beloved author Deacon Greg Kendra knows all too well what it is to be busy. Drawing from his own experience, and those of fellow Catholics, and the saints lives, Deacon Kandra helps us realize the importance of prayer and offers practical tips for making it a part of each day. Prayer includes regular participation in the Sacraments (Mass, Confession) but is also about a constant communication with God and a way to plan our day each morning and evaluate our progress each evening.

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