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The Newman-Scotus Reader: Contexts and Commonalities

The Newman-Scotus Reader: Contexts and Commonalities

This book is on the similarity of thought held by Newman and Scotus in Philosophy.

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A Month With Mary

A Month With Mary

A brief spiritual treatise and reflection by Don Dolindo Ruotolo for the month of May. An inspiring little book that is a fruit of prayer.

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Jesus, Our Eucharistic Love

Jesus, Our Eucharistic Love

This is the most popular book in our Faith and Spirituality collection written by Fr. Stefano Manelli. Its popular appeal is due to its numerous accounts of the saints' examples on their devotion to the Holy Eucharist.

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Come and Follow Me

Come and Follow Me

An excellent book on vocations which underscores in simple and yet profound reflection the mystery and reality of the call of God. Written by an expert in the discernment of spirit: Fr. Stefano M. Manelli.

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Bl. John Duns Scotus: Marian Doctor
St. Maximilian Kolbe: Martyr of Charity - Pneumatolgist
The Virgin Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces
All Generations Shall Call Me Blessed
Virgo Facta Ecclesia (Virgin Made Church)
The Virtues of Mary
Marian Shrines of France
A Handbook on Guadalupe
Mary and the Priestly Ministry
Devotion to Our Lady
Mary at the Foot of the Cross - I : Millennium with Mary
The Triple Way
For the Life of the World
The Marian Vow of Unlimited Consecration to the Immaculate
In Pursuit of Immortal Souls
Who is Mary?

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  • Book Review: Marian Shrines of France

    Marian Shrines of FranceThe Marian Shrines of France covers the four major 19th century Marian shrines in France, Rue du Bac (1830), La Salette (1846), Lourdes (1858), and Pontmain (1871), and is relevant today, even in the 21st century, because many of the problems then afflicting humanity have only grown worse, and a genuine Marian devotion would seem to be the best safeguard for the Church as a whole in these troubled times.

    It begins by putting the apparitions in their historical context, that is post-revolutionary France, and looks back at the rich Catholic history of this, the "eldest daughter of the Church." The situation at the beginning of the 19th century was not good, as anti-Christian forces, and particularly materialism, began to grow in strength, but along with great saints such as St John Vianney, and, at the beginning of the 20th century, St Thérèse, these four Marian apparitions, and particularly Lourdes, played a great part in keeping France Catholic. Read more