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Intentional Walk: An Inside Look at the Faith That Drives the St. Louis Cardinals
by Rob Rains

An inside look at the faith that guides the all-stars.

The St. Louis Cardinals have long been one of the most successful franchises in the major leagues. They have won 11 World Series titles and some of the most famous players in the history of the game have worn the storied “Birds on the Bat ”uniform.

While that on-field success has been well documented, Intentional Walk is the first book which goes beyond the story of what happens on the field to take an in-depth look at the men inside the Cardinal uniforms, and examine how their strong Christian faith is one of the driving forces behind their success.

Intentional Walk features the stories of Adam Wainwright, David Freese, Lance Berkman, Matt Holliday, Carlos Beltran, Jason Motte and other members of the 2012 Cardinals, written as those players and the rest of the team tried to repeat the 2011 world championship. The book talks about how they became Christians and offers their testimony about what it means for them to have God play such a prominent role in their lives.

Playing for first-year manager Mike Matheny, a strong Christian as well, these men talk about their success and failure, about the challenges that come from playing baseball at the highest level, and how thankful and blessed they are to have that God-given ability. In the end, however, what is far more important to them is their life-long relationship they have established with Jesus Christ. 207 pages, Paperback (Item #82202) $15.99

A Prayer Book for Catholic Families
173 pages; Paperback (Item #86764) $9.95
View Full Sized Version Pray as You Can: A Short Primer
by Mary Clare Vincent, OSB

A simple primer on prayer that gently focuses on the need of prayer in everyone’s life and offers some simple suggestions on getting to God.  (Item #82264) $6.95

The Gratitude Factor: Enhancing Your Life through Grateful Living
by Charles Shelton

Explores the significance of gratitude for one's personal and spiritual life, offering a unique blend of the latest research and practical strategies and exercises to foster a grateful heart. (Item #82256) $20.00

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The Grateful Heart: Living the Christian Message
by Wilkie Au and Noreen Cannon Au
Integrating the findings of modern psychology and traditional Christian spirituality, this book presents a spirituality of gratitude that can guide contemporary Christians in living with an expanded awareness of how grace abounds everywhere, as well as the personal and cultural hurdles that stand in the way of being grateful.
(Item #82258) $19.95

View Full Sized Version The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power: A book about leadership, self-empowerment and personal growth
by Kaleel Jamison
This creative theory about growth and self-empowerment compares a person to a circle that has the unique ability to keep expanding. 
(Item #82259) $9.95
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Small Acts of Kindness
by James Volbracht
This charming, beautifully illustrated story for children and adults demonstrates how small acts of kindness, in this case a boy hugging his mother, can lead to great acts of love. Ages 3-8. 
(Item #82261) $5.95

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The Myth of More, and other lifetraps that sabotage the happiness you deserve
Guiding the reader on a journey of self-discovery, this book helps us understand that we all possess the power to be happy if we would only awaken to it.  (Item #82262) $16.95


Book: What I Learned from a Simple Blessing

Heaven is for Real
by Todd Burpo
Heaven is for Real is the true story of the four-year old son of a small town Nebraska pastor who during emergency surgery slips from consciousness and enters heaven. He survives and begins talking about being able to look down and see the doctor operating and his dad praying in the waiting room. The family didn't know what to believe but soon the evidence was clear. Colton said he met his miscarried sister, whom no one had told him about, and his great grandfather who died 30 years before Colton was born, then shared impossible-to-know details about each. He describes the horse that only Jesus could ride, about how "reaaally big" God and his chair are, and how the Holy Spirit "shoots down power" from heaven to help us. Told by the father, but often in Colton's own words, the disarmingly simple message is heaven is a real place, Jesus really loves children, and be ready, there is a coming last battle. An amazing story- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! (Item #81081) $16.99
90 Minutes in Heaven
by Don Piper
In this inspiring story of life after death, Don Piper tells how, after having died in a terrible car crash, he somehow came back to life an hour-and-a-half later, with memories of having gone to heaven. Piper tells of his difficult, painful recovery, which tested his faith, as well as the wonderful things he experienced in heaven, including beautiful music, reunion with friends and loved ones who had passed, and a profound sense of bliss. 90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN, brings consolation to those who have experienced loss, and leaves readers with a greater appreciation of life. (Item #88925) $13.99
And God Said: Tee It Up!
Amusing and Thought Provoking Parallels Between the Bible and Golf
by Gary Graf

Where do we encounter God? For the Christian— certainly—there is the Bible. For the committed golfer—at least when the drives are carrying and the putts are falling—there are the links. Gary Graf has brought the two together with a scorecard full of “amusing and thought-provoking parallels between the Bible and golf.”

And God Said, “Tee it up!” takes readers on an entertaining tour of the worlds of golf and Scripture, revealing the many connections they share. In eighteen “Holes” you’ll walk some of golf’s greatest courses, including Oakmont and Oak Hill, Pebble Beach and Pinehurst, Saint Andrews and Spyglass Hill, and of course Augusta National, home of the Masters. You’ll meet the greatest players in history—including Hogan and Hagen, Nelson and Norman, Palmer and Player, Watson and Trevino, Nicklaus and Woods—playing on renowned courses designed by the likes of architects Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Charles Blair McDonald, Alister MacKenzie, and A.W. Tillinghast.

In the midst of all this heavenly golf, you will find the Son of God himself, teaching by word and example that the kingdom of God has already begun, in chapters such as:

  • In the Beginning
  • Augusta and Apostles
  • The Ball and the Word
  • The Amen Corner
  • Golf and Bethlehem
  • Clubs and Talents
  • Learn at the Turn
  • Sistine Chapel of Golf

6 x 9; 160 pages (Item $88323) $14.95

Abide in Love
The Gospel Spirituality of John the Evangelist

by John Kirvan
The latest addition to the popular 30 Days with a Great Spiritual Teacher series (over 380,000 copies sold) offers readers a simple way to pray with the writings of John the Evangelist, author of the fourth gospel. Discover the distinctive, passionate voice of John as he shares the beauty of what it is means to love and be loved by God. The spiritual wisdom of John will be a source of inspiration, encouragement and an invitation to abide in love. Paperback, 208 pages
(Item #81993) $8.95
All Will Be Well
Julian of Norwich
Each book in the 30 Days with a Great Spiritual Teacher series provides a month of daily readings from one of Christianity's most beloved spiritual guides. For each day there is a brief and accessible morning meditation drawn from the mystic's writings, a simple mantra for use throughout the day, and a night prayer to focus one's thoughts as the day ends. These easy-to-use books are the perfect prayer companion for busy people who want to root their spiritual practice in the solid ground of these great spiritual teachers.

Drawing deeply from the wisdom writings of medieval English mystic Julian of Norwich, All Will Be Well welcomes even spiritual newcomers to the spirituality of this fourteenth-century visionary who was well ahead of her time. Paperback, 128 pages. (Item #97411) $9.95

Simply Surrender
Therese of Lisieux
Each book in the 30 Days with a Great Spiritual Teacher series provides a month of daily readings from one of Christianity's most beloved spiritual guides. For each day there is a brief and accessible morning meditation drawn from the mystic's writings, a simple mantra for use throughout the day, and a night prayer to focus one's thoughts as the day ends. These easy-to-use books are the perfect prayer companion for busy people who want to root their spiritual practice in the solid ground of these great spiritual teachers.

In Simply Surrender, readers meet one of the modern world's best-loved saints and spiritual guides, Therese of Lisieux. Day after day readers will slowly discover the profound truths in "the Little Way," the insights about prayer and holiness that this great saint shared in her autobiography, "The Story of a Soul." Paperback, 128 pages. (Item #83125) $9.95

The Recollected Heart
A Guide to Making a Contemplative Weekend Retreat

by Philip Zaleski
Amid the chaos of work, family, and the myriad responsibilities that dominate our lives, the need for retreat remains ever-present. Calling us to solitude, reflection, and quiet, Philip Zaleski offers his monastic prescription for how to properly and effectively find spiritual refreshment.

The Recollected Heart offers readers all the tools needed to construct a tried and true monastic retreat at home or in a special silent place. Zaleski's book is replete with practical tips on packing, preparing, and spiritual goal-setting. He outlines the timeless pattern of The Rule of St. Benedict and brings us to a renewed sense of self and spiritual wellness. Paperback, 192 pages.
(Item #81431) $15.95
Put Down Your Sword:
Answering the Gospel Call to Creative Nonviolence

Author/Editor: John Dear

Description: Few books on the market share not only a vision of Jesus’ nonviolence but also ways of actually living out that same vision today. Who better to write such a work than Father John Dear, an internationally known peacemaker?
Put Down Your Sword invites us into Jesus’ way of nonviolence as presented by the Gospels. Arguing that all Christians must follow Christ’s example in the ways of peace, Dear outlines the many actions he himself has taken following the path of nonviolence, modeling his own vision of peace in this turbulent world.

First sharing his convictions and insights about the nonviolence of Jesus, the Beatitudes, the nature of God, and the mystery of the resurrection, Dear goes on to relate stories from the various protests in which he has been involved. Journal entries from missions to India and Colombia offer a poignant backdrop for his impassioned argument. Dear also profiles the peacemakers he finds most inspiring, from Martin Luther King Jr. to Henri Nouwen to Joan Baez. Finally, he reflects on care for the earth, the teachings of Thomas Merton, and the vision of a new world without war, poverty, or violence. Paperback
(Item #85885) $16.00
No Salvation Outside the Poor
Prophetic-Utopian Essays

by Jon Sobrino
"I have come to proclaim good news to the poor" Luke 4:18
The provocative title of these essays plays on a traditional Catholic slogan: 'No salvation outside the church'. But as Fr. Sobrino notes, salvation has many dimensions, both personal and social, historical and transcendent. Insofar as it implies God's response to a world marked by suffering and injustice, then the poor represent an indispensable test, a key to the healing of a sick society. Drawing on the radical hope of Christian faith the promise of the Kingdom of God and the resurrection of the death. Sobrino presents a bold counter-cultural challenge to a 'civilization of wealth' that lives off the blood of the poor. Inspired by the witness of Oscar Romero and Ignacio Ellacura, and the church's preferential option for the poor, Sobrino offers these 'prophetic-utopian' reflections on faith and the meaning of discipleship in our time.

Jon Sobrino, a Spanish-born Jesuit theologian, has spent the past 50 years in El Salvador. He is the author of many works, including the award-winning 2-volume Christology, Jesus the Liberator and Christ the Liberator, as well as Where is God? Earthquake, Terrorism, Barbarity, and Hope, and Witnesses to the Kingdom: The Martyrs of El Salvador and the Crucified Peoples.
176 pages, paperback.
(Item #81381) $22.00
Gustavo Gutierrez
Essential Writings

by James Nickoloff, editor

Selections from the major works of the Peruvian theologian introduces readers to the work of a great modern Christian thinker who has permanently altered Christian theology through his advocacy of the poor and disenfranchised.
350 pages, paperback (Item #85462) $23.00
In Conversation with God: Volume 6
In this popular series, Francis Fernandez offers concise and inspiring meditations for each day of the Church’s liturgical year. Focusing on the Mass readings for each day, as well as the liturgical seasons and the feast days, Fernandez draws extensively on the writings of the great saints, from the Church Fathers to St. Josemaria Escriva, to help readers understand how to deepen their relationship with God in prayer, and how to live the message of the Gospel in the ordinary circumstances of daily life and work. Volume Six covers Special Feasts: January – June. Paperback
(Item #93041) $17.95
In Conversation with God: Volume 7
In this popular series, Francis Fernandez offers concise and inspiring meditations for each day of the Church’s liturgical year. Focusing on the Mass readings for each day, as well as the liturgical seasons and the feast days, Fernandez draws extensively on the writings of the great saints, from the Church Fathers to St. Josemaria Escriva, to help readers understand how to deepen their relationship with God in prayer, and how to live the message of the Gospel in the ordinary circumstances of daily life and work. Volume Seven covers Special Feasts: July - December. Paperback (Item #93042) $17.95
Walk in a Relaxed Manner
Life Lessons from the Camino

by Joyce Rupp
Simple but profound lessons that will help you travel more freely through life.

At age 60 Joyce Rupp didn't know what she was getting into when she began a 47-day pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Joined by her walking friend Tom, a retired pastor, Joyce learned lessons that can help all of us travel on life's up-and-down journey with more grace and lightness. She shares them in this enjoyable recounting of her journey across mountains and valleys, cities and farms
  • Set Out with Hope and Enthusiasm
  • Travel Lightly
  • Acknowledge the Kindness of Strangers
  • Let Yourself Be Humbled by Weakness
  • Savor Solitude
  • Return a Positive for a Negative
  • Look for Unannounced Angels
  • Trust in the Divine Companion
Joyce Rupp is well known for her work as a writer, spiritual midwife, and retreat and conference speaker. A member of the Servite community in Ames, Iowa, she has led retreats throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Joyce is the author of many bestselling books, including May I Have This Dance?, The Cup of Life, Praying Our Goodbyes, Fresh Bread, Your Sorrow Is My Sorrow, The Circle of Life, and The Cosmic Dance.

256 pages, paperback.
(Item #87373) $17.00
The Gift of Years: Growing Older Gracefully
by Joan Chittister
Not only accepting but celebrating getting old, this inspirational and illuminating work looks at the many facets of the aging process, from purposes and challenges to struggles and surprises. 222 pages
(Item #84787) $19.95
Simple Changes (Revised)
Overcoming Barriers to Personal and Professional Growth

by Robert Wicks
It's natural to be somewhat resistant to change in our personal, spiritual, and professional lives. But once we learn to identify and overcome our individual resistances to change, we open the door to personal growth and inner freedom. In this step-by-step guide, Dr. Robert Wicks offers sixteen "seeds of change"--simple yet powerful approaches to encourage readers toward modest, gradual changes in personal attitudes and perspectives. Additional features include answers to common questions on the nature of change and on how to be more open, a special chapter on "How to Defeat Yourself Effectively and Make Yourself Miserable No Matter How Good your Life Is," a bibliography, and a 30-day retreat for use at home. Another masterful blend of sound psychological principles and time-honored spiritual wisdom. 160 pages, paperback
(Item #86548) $12.95
Finding My Way Home: Pathways to Life and the Spirit
Henri Nouwen became one of the most inspiring spiritual guides of the 20th century. Culled from a life of intense seeking, these profound meditations on living, waiting, power, peace, and dying offer important insights that will inspire all who dare to travel a spiritual path. 160 pages, paperback
(Item #83891) $15.95
The Greatest Gift
The Courageous Life and Martyrdom of Sister Dorothy Stang

by Binka Le Breton

In 1966, Sister Dorothy Stang went to Brazil as a missionary, and in 1982 she moved to a small town in the Amazon to work with an organization to protect poor farmers and their land from loggers and land-developers who stop at nothing—including murder—in pursuit of profits. After testifying at a government panel investigating illegal incursions into protected areas, Sister Dorothy was denounced as a “terrorist” by powerful companies and began receiving death threats. Refusing to be intimidated, she continued her work—until two gunmen shot her six times on a rural Amazon road.

THE GREATEST GIFT is the first biography of this extraordinary woman and her mission. Written by a mainstream journalist who has spent many years in Brazil, it exposes the entrenched collusion between government officials and commercial interests and celebrates the profound courage of Sister Dorothy and others fighting to protect the Amazon jungles and the people eking out a life there.

Inspired by deep religious conviction, Dorothy Stang gave of herself generously. A book that will resonate with readers of Sister Helen Prejean’s Dead Man Walking, THE GREATEST GIFT presents not only the story of Sister Dorothy’s tragic death, but the powerful and beautiful lessons of her life.  Hardcover. (Item #88104) $21.95
Tracking Virtue, Conquering Vice
A Guide for Spiritual Survival

By Father Joseph Classen

Father Joseph Classen, author of the popular Hunting for God, Fishing for the Lord, will be your guide on a new expedition, where deep love for the great outdoors and good humor intersect with spiritual truth in ways that will appeal to you, regardless of your faith tradition.

Drawing upon a wealth of stories from his experiences as a hunter and angler, Father Joe provides powerful and insightful connections between real life and God's plan. Whether he is connecting the dangers and pitfalls of the outdoors with the many obstacles that can derail your faith life or providing clues on tracking your own path through unchartered wilderness, Father Joe is an entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable guide in this must-have book for any sports man or nature lover! (Item #84510) $14.95


Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know--And Doesn't

Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know--And Doesn't
Stephen Prothero
*Starred Review* The author of I^ American Jesus (2003) opens this important book with a paradox. To wit, Americans are deeply religious I^ and profoundly ignorant about religion; that is, one of the most religious countries is also a nation of "religious illiterates." Prothero calls religious illiteracy dangerous because religion is one of the greatest forces for good--as well as evil--in the world. Nowadays, standing on shaky religious ground can be literally a matter of life and death. To cite two brief examples of America's religious illiteracy: only half of American adults can name one of the four Gospels, and 10 percent of Americans believe that Joan of Arc was Noah's wife. Prothero defines religious literacy--what it is, and what it is not. He also discusses the two great religious revivals in U.S. history, the Second Great Awakening of the nineteenth century and the postwar revival of the 1940s and 1950s. He argues both the constitutionality and the necessity of teaching--with an emphasis on spreading knowledge, not inculcating values--about religion in public schools and higher education. He suggests that every U.S. public high school should require a course on the Bible and another on the religions of the world. And he devotes an entire chapter to "a modest list" of a hundred or so religious terms that he deems essential, from I^ Abraham to I^ Zionism, to any American's religious knowledge. A must-read on its subject. June Sawyers Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
Hardcover (Item #*HP-9780060846701) $24.95
We Look for a Kingdom: The Everday Lives of the Early Christians
by Carl Sommer
Carl Sommer presents a popular study of the faith and life of the early Christians in the first two centuries after Christ. Using documentary evidence and archaeological records, Sommers reconstructs the lives of the early Christians in order to “introduce the treasures of early Christianity to a large number of modern readers”.

By studying how the early Christians believed and lived, we can learn many valuable lessons on what to avoid and what to strive for today. The Roman world had many facets that are strikingly similar to elements of modern life. Sommer’s aim is to help the reader learn how to transform modern culture with the power of the Gospel as was first done in the centuries of the early Church. 457 pages, Paperback. (Item #81647) $19.95

  Crossing the Desert Crossing the Desert: Learning to Let Go, See Clearly, and Live Simply
by Robert Wicks
Robert J. Wicks, noted psychologist and best-selling author of Riding the Dragon and Everyday Simplicity, offers with an insightful guide on how the wisdom of the ancient desert monks can help contemporary readers grow in personal freedom and authenticity. Exploring the early Christian monastic movement of the Desert Fathers and Mothers through a psychological lens, Dr. Wicks uses their wisdom to guide readers towards humility and freedom. In the same way the desert sages never gave answers, but always asked questions, Crossing the Desert presents readers with the Four Desert Questions that will lead them to take Three Steps to Inner Freedom. 192 pages, paperback (Item #88543) $14.95
My Life with the Saints
by James Martin, S.J.
James Martin has led a thoroughly modern life: from a lukewarm childhood Catholicism, to the Wharton School of Business, to the executive fast track at General Electric, to the Jesuits, to a media career in Manhattan. But at every step along the way he has been accompanied by special friends—the saints of the Catholic Church. These holy men and women are not just historical figures to him. Martin’s attachment to them is real and personal. The saints have guided him. He convincingly shows how the saints can be our friends too.

Martin’s saintly friends come from the whole of Christian history—from St. Paul to John XXIII—and they include Thérèse of Lisieux, Joan of Arc, Ignatius Loyola and other beloved figures. They accompany the author on a pilgrimage that includes stops in a sunlit square of a French town, a quiet retreat house on a New England beach, the housing projects in inner-city Chicago, the sprawling slums of Nairobi, and a gorgeous Baroque church in Rome. As James Martin’s inspiring, witty, and surprising account unfolds, we see how saints can help us to find our way in the world.
Paperback (Item #84771) $15.95
Hardcover (Item #84736)
Secrets of Prayer: A Multifaith Guide to Creating Personal Prayer in Your Life
by Nancy Corcoran, CSJ
Prayer can be intimidating. The idea of speaking directly to God can leave you tongue-tied, not sure what words to use, how to begin or how to end. This compelling, multifaith guidebook offers you companionship and encouragement on the journey to a healthy prayer life. Unlocking six secrets about what prayer actually is, it invites you into the practices of prayer, meditation and contemplation, showing you that prayer doesn’t have to be perfect, it doesn’t need formulas and it doesn’t have to be planned.
Discover secrets that will expand your prayer life:
• There Are Multiple Ways of Experiencing the Holy
• Your Body Is a Source of Energy for Prayer
• Your Senses Are Vehicles of Prayer
• Diversity Nourishes Prayer
• Interconnectedness Gives Prayer Life
• To Learn about Prayer, You Need to Pray

160 pages, Paperback (Item #88874) $16.95

Light in the Dark Ages: The Friendship of Francis and Clare of Assisi - by Jon M. Sweeney - Paraclete Press Inc. Light in the Dark Ages, The Friendship of Francis and Clare of Assisi
by Jon M. Sweeney
The Middle Ages were not so very dark, as the old textbooks say. As you will discover in this intriguing portrait of the first Franciscans, we live in dark ages whenever we become preoccupied with power. In this popular history, Jon Sweeney reveals the timeless temptations that come with being human---greed, competition, ego, and selfishness---as well as the many ways that Francis and Clare of Assisi inspired change and brought light into darkness.

Discover how Francis was first found by God and then joined by Clare despite the violent objections of her family. Explore a variety of issues that they faced, including the treatment of lepers in medieval society, corruption in the Church, and attitudes toward the created world. You will also learn how Clare's spirituality influenced that of other prominent women, how St. Francis lost control of his own movement, and why Francis's body was secretly buried upon his death.

The examples of early Franciscan spirituality challenge any of us who would follow Christ today. How would we view a young person today who rejected family for spiritual reasons? Is it possible for men and women to have deep friendship and remain true to a call to chastity? Is intentional poverty of any value? Have we sentimentalized family to the point of ignoring what Jesus taught his disciples on the subject?  204 pages. Paperback (Item #87440) $16.95

Practicing Peace Practicing Peace
by Catherine Whitmire
From the best-selling author of Plain Living: A Quaker Path to Simplicity comes Practicing Peace: A Devotional Walk through the Quaker Tradition, a guide to the Quaker discipline of practicing peace for spiritual seekers of any religious tradition. Stories of successful nonviolent movements throughout history are partnered with quotes mined from over 350 years of Quaker teachings on peace. Query questions lead readers on a journey to self-discovery and through the stages of practicing peace: first by focusing inwardly, then turning their eyes to practice peace in the world around us. Includes a brief biography of each Friend quoted in the book, a glossary of common Quaker terms as well as additional online resources. 272 pages, Paperback (Item #88673) $16.95
The New Friars: The Emerging Movement Serving the World's Poor
by Scott A. Bessenecker
There's a significant movement going on throughout the world: young people serving in solidarity with the poorest of the poor. This movement shares values and goals with ancient monastic and missional orders known as friars. But pouring yourself out in humble service looks different in every era. Scott Bessenecker looks at the new friars in the context of the old, inspiring us to look at the world differently: every person, regardless of station, is our brother or sister, and our love for God must translate into love for them. 199 pages, paperback (Item #88529) $15.00
  Crossing the Desert Crossing the Desert: Learning to Let Go, See Clearly, and Live Simply
by Robert Wicks
Robert J. Wicks, noted psychologist and best-selling author of Riding the Dragon and Everyday Simplicity, offers with an insightful guide on how the wisdom of the ancient desert monks can help contemporary readers grow in personal freedom and authenticity. Exploring the early Christian monastic movement of the Desert Fathers and Mothers through a psychological lens, Dr. Wicks uses their wisdom to guide readers towards humility and freedom. In the same way the desert sages never gave answers, but always asked questions, Crossing the Desert presents readers with the Four Desert Questions that will lead them to take Three Steps to Inner Freedom. 192 pages, Hardcover (Item #88542) $18.95
Worship Without Words: The Signs and Symbols of Our Faith, Expanded Edition - by Patricia S. Klein - Paraclete Press Inc. Worship Without Words, The Signs and Symbols of Our Faith
by Patricia S. Klein
The perfect resource to explain christian church symbolism.
If you are new to liturgical worship, through conversion or rediscovery, you may find yourself surrounded by images and traditions that are totally foreign to your experience of church. This thorough guide uses understandable language to explain the signs, symbols, gestures, vestments, calendar, and architectural and sacramental elements of the liturgy.
With clarity and insight, Patricia Klein explores the meaning of these time-honored traditions, as well as their historical and biblical roots. New to this edition are expanded sections on liturgical colors, pre-Lenten traditions, the Last Things, saints’ feast days, and symbols of Easter, martyrdom, saints, and the Virgin Mary; as well as entirely new sections on symbols of sin and temptation, and Old Testament saints and their symbols in art and architecture. 255 pages, Paperback (Item #83270) $19.95
Reasons To Believe: How To Understand, Explain, and Defend the Catholic Faith
by best selling author Scott Hahn

This book unravels mysteries, corrects misunderstandings, and offers thoughtful, straightforward responses to common objections about the Catholic faith.

Bestselling author Scott Hahn, a convert to Catholicism, has experienced the doubts that so often drive discussions about God and the Church. In the years before his conversion, he was first a nonbeliever and then an anti-Catholic clergyman. In REASONS TO BELIEVE, he explains the "how and why" of the Catholic faith—drawing from Scripture, his own struggles and those of other converts, as well as from everyday life and even natural science. Hahn shows that reason and revelation, nature and the supernatural, are not opposed to one another; rather they offer complementary evidence that God exists. But He doesn't merely exist. He is someone, and He has a personality, a personal style, that is discernible and knowable. Hahn leads readers to see that God created the universe with a purpose and a form—a form that can be found in the Book of Genesis and that is there when we view the natural world through a microscope, through a telescope, or through our contact lenses. At the heart of the book is Hahn's examination of the ten "keys to the kingdom"—the characteristics of the Church clearly evident in the Scriptures. As the story of creation discloses, the world is a house that has a Father, a palace where the king is really present. God created the cosmos to be a kingdom, and that kingdom is the universal Church, fully revealed by Jesus Christ. Hardcover, 196 pages. (Item #88651) $22.95

Jesus of Nazareth
by Pope Benedict XVI

In this bold, momentous work, the Pope—in his first book written as Benedict XVI—seeks to salvage the person of Jesus from recent “popular” depictions and to restore Jesus’ true identity as discovered in the Gospels. Through his brilliance as a theologian and his personal conviction as a believer, the Pope shares a rich, compelling, flesh-and-blood portrait of Jesus and invites us to encounter, face-to-face, the central figure of the Christian faith.

From Jesus of Nazareth… “the great question that will be with us throughout this entire book: But what has Jesus really brought, then, if he has not brought world peace, universal prosperity, and a better world? What has he brought? The answer is very simple: God. He has brought God! He has brought the God who once gradually unveiled his countenance first to Abraham, then to Moses and the prophets, and then in the wisdom literature—the God who showed his face only in Israel, even though he was also honored among the pagans in various shadowy guises. It is this God, the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob, the true God, whom he has brought to the peoples of the earth. He has brought God, and now we know his face, now we can call upon him. Now we know the path that we human beings have to take in this world. Jesus has brought God and with God the truth about where we are going and where we come from: faith, hope, and love.”
(Item #88611) $2


The Last Journey:  Songs for the Time of Grieving
John Bell, Pamela Warrick-Smith, The Cathedral Singers

"Since We Are Summoned"

Few recordings have struck a chord as deep and profound as this heart-rendering, yet ultimately uplifting, CD and accompanying book. The Last Journey offers mourners a way to grieve, to search through the struggle before them, and to face their difficult situation with a renewed sense of hope in the Resurrection.

The recording and accompanying reflections book makes a suitable and touching gift for mourners. The four-color, fully illustrated hardcover reflections book contains the texts of the music along with Scripture passages and prayers. The inspiring sound of The Cathedral Singers with soloist Pamela Warrick-Smith makes this a truly unique and touching gift. Includes "Lord Our God, Receive Your Servant," sung as the final commendation at the funeral of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin.

CONTENTS: O Christ, You Wept  • Who Is There to Understand  • I Cry to God • How Long, O Lord?  • Let Your Restless Hearts Be Stilled  • O the Lamb  • Steal Away  • The Last Journey  • Since We Are Summoned  • Go, Silent Friend  • Lord God, Receive Your Servant • Agnus Dei & Aaronic Blessing  • For All the Saints Who've Shown Your Love  • In Zion  • There Is a Place • Nobody Knows

Reflection Book and CD (Item #79061) $28.95
Reflection Book ONLY (Item #79062) $15.95
CD ONLY (Item #*GI-CD381)

The Joy of Full Surrender - by Jean-Pierre de Caussade - Paraclete Press Inc.
The Joy of Full Surrender
by Jean-Pierre de Caussade

This eighteenth-century classic has continued to challenge and bless thoughtful Christians. Here is a simple approach to deeper commitment to God's will and purpose. 201 pages (Item #83261) $15.95

Perfectly Yourself: 9 Lessons for Enduring Happiness
Perfectly Yourself: 9 Lessons for Enduring Happiness
Matthew Kelly
"Just be yourself!" People say it all the time, but how do we actually live it? Focusing on nine powerful and practical lessons, Kelly shows us how to find lasting happiness in a changing world. Kelly explains, "fundamental to all transformation is understanding the dynamics of change so that we can be aware of the obstacles and opportunities that await us when we attempt to transform an area of our lives." Kelly teaches us how to find the balance between accepting ourselves for who we are and challenging ourselves to become all we are capable of being. He encourages us to unify the many aspects of our lives, and reveals how to move beyond other people's expectations of who and what we should be. Hardcover, 240 pages. (Item #88294) $22.95
Forever and Ever, Amen: Becoming a Nun in the Sixties
by Sister Karol Jackowski
Although the story is a familiar one--a young girl follows her vocation into the convent in the early 1960s--this time around the outcome is a bit different. What separates Sister Karol Jackowski's delightful recollections from the pack (Mary^B Gilligan Wong's Nun, 1983,and Deborah Larsen's more recent The Tulip and the Pope, 2005) is the fact that she is still a nun. With considerable candor and a refreshing lack of bitterness, she recalls her transition from carefree girlhood to serious sisterhood during a period of formative, but often confusing, change in the Catholic Church. As Jackowski recounts the seven years that culminated in her final vows as a Sister of the Holy Cross, the reader is treated to a fascinating insider's view of pre-Vatican 2 convent life. Hilarious, tender, and, above all, unflinchingly honest, this entertaining memoir is a must-read for Catholics of a certain age. Margaret Flanagan
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
(Item #88991) $23.95
Don't Chew Jesus!: A Collection of Memorable Nun Stories
Lighthearted and nostalgic, Don’t Chew Jesus! is a look back at Catholic nuns and the impact they had on millions of Americans. Nuns of yesteryear were amusing, enthusiastic, devoted, strict and often single-minded in purpose. Sisters touched millions in a variety of ways, all of them memorable.

Based on nearly 400 firsthand anecdotes and recollections, the book pays tribute to nuns and recalls them with a mix of fondness, respect, awe, and fear. Brief, descriptive anecdotes cover subjects ranging from religious training, habits, and devotion to discipline, pranks, and the always-dicey sex education.

Readers are introduced to such legends-in-the-making as baseball-playing nuns, telepathic nuns, gun-toting nuns, and even skinny-dipping nuns. These nuns have seen it all—the silly or the sad, the frightening or sublime—and always keep their gazes directed upward. (Item #88992) $20.00

7 Secrets of the Eucharist
by Vinny Flynn
Blessed John Paul II referred to the Holy Eucharist as "the greatest treasure of the Church," and yet even many devoted Catholics have a very limited understanding of this powerful sacrament. This book will change all that. The reader will come away with a completely new awareness that the Eucharist is not just about receiving Communion; it's about transforming your daily life.

Deeply based on the Scriptures, the writings of the Saints, and the teachings of our two most recent Popes, this profound and remarkably readable book will introduce you to some of the "hidden" truths of the Eucharist — truths that have always been embraced by theologians, saints, and mystics, but have rarely been passed on to the average person in a meaningful way. In 7 Secrets of the Eucharist, these truths are finally made accessible to all, as author Vinny Flynn shows how each reception of Holy Communion can be a life-changing experience.

No matter how much or how little you already know about the Eucharist, the "secrets" revealed here will bring you to a new, personal "Emmaus" experience, again and again. Perfect for personal devotion, catechesis, study groups, book clubs, and theological studies, 7 Secrets of the Eucharist will rekindle the "Eucharistic amazement" called for by Blessed John Paul II. 140 pages, paperback (Item #88687) $9.95

Behold, God's Son!
by Christoph Cardinal Schönborn
Who is Jesus Christ? How can we really know Him? People have been asking that major question for 2,000 years. The best answers are found in the four Gospels, but how are they to be understood, and applied to our modern lives and faith?

Cardinal Schonborn, former student of Pope Benedict XVI and well-known as a brilliant theologian, presents his second volume of reflections on the person of Christ, this time as found in the Gospel of Mark. Sunday after Sunday, Cardinal Schonborn uses the Gospel readings from Mark to explain the beauty of the Gospel in clear and understandable words.

The Cardinal emphasizes that each of the four Gospels is unique and has its own unmistakable shape and approach. He says that no other Gospel writer talks in such a human way about Jesus as Mark. Anger and sorrow, Jesus’ passionate emotional responses, are more explicitly mentioned in Mark than in the other Gospels. But however human Jesus may appear here, it is also Mark in particular who also strongly emphasizes his divinity. Believing in Jesus, having faith in him, is what Mark is all about. 230 pages, Paperback (Item #81643) $16.95

Good News, Bad News
by Fr. C. John McCloskey and Russell Shaw
Fr. John McCloskey has become a famous “convert maker” in the powerful corridors close to the White House. Having run the Catholic Information Center in the heart of Washington, DC from 1998 to 2004, McCloskey had direct contact with numerous well-known and lesser-known Washington figures. Among well-known Catholic converts instructed by Fr. McCloskey are Senator Sam Brownback, publisher Alfred Regnery, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, journalist Robert Novak and many others.

This work is a joint effort of McCloskey and Russell Shaw, the widely read Catholic author, speaker, and former communications director for the U.S. bishops. Drawing on moving, firsthand accounts of conversions, this book combines personal testimony, solid theology, and effective methods of communicating the Catholic Faith. 134 pages, Paperback (Item #81632) $12.95


Faith That Dares to Speak
by Donald Cozzens

In Faith That Dares to Speak, Donald Cozzens addresses the laity's role in challenging a feudal church to embrace accountability and transparency and to bring light where there is now darkness. Awakened to their dignity and responsibility as full, equal, and adult members of the church, lay Catholics in North America are finding their voice and daring to speak to church authorities long accustomed to deferential obedience and compliance.

Church life, Cozzens believes, will never be quite the same. Hardcover (Item #83794) $19.95




Called to Question
by Joan Chittister

In this hopeful book, best-selling author and Benedictine sister Chittister asks tough questions, some of which have dogged her for years. There came a point in her life when customary answers to big questions didn't speak to her anymore, but left her at a spiritual crossroads. She learned to ask questions no one wanted her to ask, such as, What does it mean to live a spiritual life? and Where do women fit in the iconography of a male-dominated religion? Her journal of that time is the basis of this book focused on seeking answers to life issues and mundane matters that haunt us daily, but which few take time to consider. Besides the questions, Chittister expertly and succinctly discusses the differences between religion, which she sees as an institution, and spirituality, which transcends dogma and creed, she says, and dwells in the heart. She reflects upon love and friendship, solitude and contemplation, power and evil, ecology and nature, and ultimately promotes a feminist spirituality to save the world from looming mass destruction. (Item #83989) $14.95

The Rhythm of Life
by Matthew Kelly

In The Rhythm of Life, author Matthew Kelly exposes the lifestyle challenges and problems that face us in this age obsessed with noise, speed, and activity. In response, Kelly proposes an alternative lifestyle which promotes genuine well-being by attending to our legitimate needs - physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. Kelly puts forth a message which is unmistakably challenging and attractive - "What you become is infinitely more important than what you do, or what you have." Encouraging each reader to find their own rhythm, Kelly takes us on an adventure of self-discovery. Hardcover (Item #84956) $22.95


Rediscovering Catholicism
by Matthew Kelly

At a time when many people are disillusioned with the Catholic Church, questioning the faith, and filled with doubts about the relevance of Catholicism in the modern world, Matthew Kelly reveals the essence of authentic Catholic spirituality while addressing some of the most important questions we face today as both individuals and as a Church. Hardcover (Item #83437) $22.95

Sacrament of Charity (Sacramentum Caritatis)
by Pope Benedict XVI
The l
ong awaited post-synodal exhortation on the Eucharist from Pope Benedict XVI!
Pope Benedict teaches that the Eucharist finds its source within the wellspring of love that is the Trinity, the love that is so abundantly expressed in Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and in the new life of the Holy Spirit that flows into the hearts of those who participate in his sacrifice and receive him in Communion. The Holy Father also shows how the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Church’s life in its relation to the other sacraments, especially the sacrament of Holy Orders and the sacrament of Matrimony.
--Bishop William S. Skylstad, President, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Set alongside Pope Benedict XVI's first encyclical God Is Love (Deus Caritas Est) where he stressed the relationship between the Eucharist and love, The Sacrament of Charity picks up that theme and expands it as Pope Benedict explores the mystery of eucharistic faith and how it reveals the mystery of the Trinity. Released on the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, the Holy Father examines the important relationship between the Eucharist and the other sacraments, including the sacrament of the Church. He also highlights the social implications of the Eucharist and firmly connects it with the Church's social teaching.
100 page, Paperback (Item #88570) $6.95


A Travel Guide to Heaven
by Anthony DeStefano

In this fascinating, comforting book, DeStefano takes the reader on a tour of heaven, painting it as a dynamic place of unlimited joy, and using Scripture and dramatic imagination to fill in details about the afterlife. "God doesn't throw away the good things he creates," he writes, an idea which is the basis of many of his speculations about heaven. Heaven is a tangible place, believes DeStefano, and at least part of it will be a transformed new earth. People will have their own recognizable bodies, only perfected. DeStefano tackles tough questions about heaven, including the role of angels, the measurement of time, marriages and whether pets will be there ("Of course!"). ..   He is neither an academic nor a professional theologian, which gives the book its delightfully conversational tone and frees him to conjecture without restraint. Many readers will find DeStefano's solid Christian framework reassuring and his exciting picture of heaven compelling. (Item #83482) $13.95



The Only Necessary Thing
by Henri J. M. Nouwen

Throughout the forty some books that Henri Nouwen wrote and the hundreds of talks that he gave, the subject of "Prayer" runs through them all and unites them. For him a life of faith is a life of prayer. Drawn from many decades of his life, the compilation of Henri's throughts, feelings, and the struggle with prayer, reveal the core of the man and his belief that "prayer is the only necessary thing." (Item #80364) $19.95




MAGNIFICAT is a lavishly printed, easy-to-read pocket-sized worship aid, of more than 400 pages.

A monthly publication that promises fourteen annual issues – once a month with special issues for Holy Week and Christmas.

MAGNIFICAT can be used to follow the daily Mass and can also be read at home for personal or family prayer.

This monthly liturgical prayer book provides a fitting way to enter fully into the Church's liturgical rhythms and spiritual legacy.

Ecclesial sources of MAGNIFICAT :
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and the International Commission on English in the liturgy (ICEL).

MAGNIFICAT, a spiritual guide to help you :
  • Develop your prayer life,
  • Grow in your spiritual life,
  • Find a way to a more profound love for Our Blessed Savior,
  • Participate in the Holy Mass with greater fervor.
Living a life of prayer with MAGNIFICAT !
Every day, MAGNIFICAT offers :
  • Beautiful prayers for both morning and evening, drawn from the treasures of the Liturgy of the Hours,
  • The official texts of the daily mass,
  • Meditations written by the renowned Fathers of the Church, and a great variety of spiritual writings,
  • Essays on the lives of the Saints of today and the past.
In each MAGNIFICAT, you will also find an article giving valuable spiritual insight, into a masterpiece of sacred art.
(Item #88845)
$5.95 / month


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Small Acts of Kindness
by James Volbracht
This charming, beautifully illustrated story for children and adults demonstrates how small acts of kindness, in this case a boy hugging his mother, can lead to great acts of love. Ages 3-8. 
(Item #82261) $5.00

Blessed Are the Bored in Spirit
A Young Catholic's Search for Meaning
by Mark Hart
"My image of God the Father, enthroned in heaven in flowing white robes and Birkenstock sandals, was overshadowed by my certainty that he didn't want me to have any fun. God was all about rules."—from Chapter Five

Too many young Catholics experience their faith as Mark Hart did: They rarely miss Mass even if they don't understand it; they have a Bible even if they never read it; they go to confession even if they aren't particularly repentant.

Is that your experience of Catholicism? Is yours a faith of Thou Shalt Nots? If so, forget about a dreary life of mindless obedience to rules you don't understand. It's time to enter into the transforming light of your Creator who invites you to live from the still center of his undying love.

The author's humorous and hard-hitting reflections drive home the point that God isn't calling the reader to be a good person—someone who merely obeys the rules—but a new person in Jesus Christ.
(Item #90534) $13.99
Olivia and the Little Way
Fifth grader Olivia Thomas has moved to a new school in a new state, and is eager to make friends! Her best friend quickly becomes someone she has never seen — St. Thérèse of Lisieux.
Follow Olivia's trials as she tries to fit in at St. Michael's School.  With the help of her grandmother, she learns about the "Little Way" of serving God and how it can change everything! Nancy Carabio Belanger's touching book, targeted toward girls and boys age 8-13, is beautifully illustrated by Sandra Casali LewAllen. (Item #81177) $11.95

2009 Catholic Press Association Book Award winner!


Don't Drink the Holy Water!
By author: Joe Kempf
Young children can be both mystified and confused by what they witness while attending Mass with their families--even when they can see over the adults sitting in front of them!
Don't Drink the Holy Water! explains the Mass with creative, full-color illustrations and simple descriptions that resonate with kids. A special section at the back of the book helps adults answer kids' questions about the Mass.
Featuring a 50-minute DVD--broken into 20 small segments, perfect for engaging kids and offering opportunities for questions and reflection--parents, grandparents, godparents, and teachers alike will appreciate this lively, versatile teaching tool. 64 pages.
(Item #82057) $19.99

The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith
written by Josephine Nobisso
illustrations by Katalin Szegedi

When a poor devout widow begs for a scrap of bread from a rich faithless baker, she promises to participate in the king’s wedding mass as payment for the baker’s generosity. The baker writes "One Mass" on a scrap of paper and places it on his scale to determine how much bread it is worth. To his and the entire town’s surprise, nothing in the shop, not even the gigantic wedding cakes made for the king, outweighs the simple piece of paper representing the true worth of a mass. Luminous old-world watercolor paintings grace the interior of the book and gold foil artwork lends an air of solemnity and sacred beauty to the story.
Hardcover (Item #81305) $17.95

This Little Light
Lessons in Living from Sister Thea Bowman
by Michael O'Neill McGrath

A moving and joyous celebration of Sister Thea Bowman, her vision for the church, and her model of humanity.

Sister Thea Bowman (1937-1980), an African-American Franciscan, is one of the great treasures of the American Catholic church. Through her integration of Catholic tradition and black pride she serves as a beacon for a church that celebrates diversity, inclusiveness, and love for all God's children. Through her ministry of public speaking she touched countless people, bearing a message of faith and hope rooted in the Gospels and the wisdom of the Spirituals. Through her final ordeal with cancer she offered an inspiring example of what it means to be ?fully alive,? and to ?live until one dies.?

Mickey McGrath is among the many whose life was changed by her witness and story. Inspired by her message that God wants each of one of us to let our little light shine he found his own vocation as a religious artist. Here, through a series of 12 stunning paintings and his reflections on her life and teaching, McGrath celebrates the spirit of one of the great prophets and spiritual guides of our time. It is a message that makes one rejoice in life and say Amen!
Brother Michael O'Neill McGrath, an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales, is an artist, writer, and popular speaker. His work has been featured in many books, including Women of Mercy, Blessed Art Thou, and Patrons and Protectors. He lives in Philadelphia. 96 pages, hardcover.
(Item #84162) $20.00
Jesus A to Z
By Michael O'Neill-Mcgrath

Hardback - 32 pages

This inviting book combines colorful and delightful illustrations with alliterative and whimsical (yet appropriate) Scripture story references. The glossary of evocative questions helps parents, grandparents, godparents, teachers, and children to connect these faith stories to everyday life. An exploration of art, symbol, and faith that will be revisited for years to come! (Item #84163) $16.99
Why Me?
A new book by Julie Parker of Fenton, MO empowers children with special needs.

"It doesn't seem fair; it just can't be. Why is life so difficult for me?"

These words from the empathetic new children's book, "Why Me?" ring true for just about everyone. The book's simple message of acceptance and empowerment is the work of physical therapist and author Julie Parker of Fenton.

Parker grew up in Affton and Oakville, and is a 1991 graduate of Nerinx High School in Webster Groves. She has a congenital hand defect, and knows firsthand about growing up "different."

It's OK To Be Different
"Kids are curious," said Parker. "If they see someone who is different, they're going to ask questions." Parker said she was made fun of as a child, and felt singled out because of her hand.

"I work with special needs kids, and it's the most uplifting career," she said. "These kids don't think of themselves as disadvantaged. I don't hear 'woe is me.' If it hurts, they cry, then they move forward. I learn a lot about life by looking at them and the difficulties they face."

Parker sees a distinct advantage to teaching children at an early age that it's fine to be different, and to be curious about the differences in others. Her book, with its simple text and colorful illustrations (by her sister-in-law, Kelly Sieckhaus), is a valuable tool in that endeavor.

"If you look around, you'll be surprised to know that we all have things that challenge us as we grow," it reads.

"I don't think children have preconceived notions," said Parker. "We can teach them when they're little that it's OK to be different, it's OK to come out and ask questions, that it's not wrong to ask. But after you get the answer, accept that they're just like you and me."

Its mission, she said, is to help children of all abilities be healthy in mind and body.
Paperback (Item #88897) $13.00



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