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Front Cover for The Bad Catholic's Guide to Good Living

Deepen your family’s love for the holy days and saints of the Church—and laugh yourself silly—with this zany, slightly irreverent but thoroughly faithful book that will spice up your calendar with parties, recipes, and fun.

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Front Cover for As it Was in the Beginning

Robert McClory, a Catholic journalist, scholar, and former priest brings a formidable array of research and scholarship to this inquiry into the development—past, present and future—of the hierarchy of power in the Catholic church.

Front Cover for Answering The Enlightenment

Revelation, one of the most important concepts in Western religious thought, has, in modern times, been critiqued or abandoned entirely. Grant Kaplan’s perceptive study shows how Catholic views of revelation can help us retrieve the spiritual insights from the Enlightenment. 

And Now I See

Humans yearn for communion with the sacred but are also plagued by sickness of the soul. Award-winning author Robert Barron examines literature and liturgy to guide readers towards healing and transformation by encouraging surrender to the playful, unpredictable, and relentless love of God.

Front Cover of An American Conversion

Author Deal Hudson, a key conservative activist and literary scholar, recounts his personal story of spiritual search, sin and repentance, and conversion to Catholicism. This intimate, often funny narrative will resonate with anyone seeking to reconcile faith, reason, and beauty.

Front cover for American Apostle in the Family Rosary

Pope John Paul II praised Fr. Peyton as a “man of faith,” and endorsed his movement for daily family prayer and meditation on the Holy Family, our model of living. This is the story of his one man crusade.

Front Cover for The Christian Book of the Dead

What do Catholics believe about the fate of the soul after death? This fascinating book reveals the distinctively Catholic vision of the afterlife, the soul’s longing for union with Christ, and the meaning our final consummation has for our daily journey.

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