In Miracles of Grace we discover how God works miracles in our day and age. Filled with real-life stories of spiritual and physical miracles from well-known priests, religious, and Catholic speakers, we learn that life-changing miracles of the soul and physical healings beyond current medical explanation happen, all through the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church: Baptism, Confession, Eucharist, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders, and Anointing of the Sick. The stories presented here prove that God’s power to transform hearts and lives is as real today as it was in the time of Jesus.
Featuring contributions from Chris Stefanick, Leah Darrow, John Pridmore, Jason Evert, Jeff Cavins, and more . . .
Fr. Frankie Mulgrew is a former professional comedian and is a priest of the Diocese of Salford in the UK. He is parish priest of St. James and All Souls, Salford and the Catholic priest chaplain to Salford University.
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Death by suicide is sadly at pandemic proportions, killing more people every year than war and homicide combined. While many people know that the Church condemns suicide as a grave sin, few people know that the Church does not teach that a person who commits suicide is automatically condemned to hell. As Fr. Chris Alar, MIC shares in this insightful talk (based upon his book, After Suicide, given an imprimatur), while suicide remains grave and tragic, we must never despair of God's mercy, and we must know that our prayers can powerfully help those who have taken their own lives, and those who have been left behind.
“Jesus wept, not merely from the deep thoughts of his understanding but from spontaneous tenderness, from the goodness and mercy, the encompassing loving-kindness and exuberant affection of the Son of God for his own work, the race of man.”
This precious insight takes us to the heart of the interior life of St. John Henry Newman (1801–1890), from the treasures of which these meditations are offered as a devotional aid for the season of Lent. Drawn chiefly from his sermons and gently modernized, these meditations offer a share in the fruit of his contemplation, that we might the better enjoy with him the “one thing which is all in all to us,” which is “to live in Christ’s presence, to hear his voice, to see his countenance.”
Depression and guilt. Sadness and anger. Drug and alcohol abuse. Feeling unforgivable. As Shawna Arnold explains, these symptoms of post-abortion trauma can be overwhelming—but they cannot withstand the love and mercy of God, who makes all things new. In this moving talk, Shawna describes her life experiences, and how she found her way back to the Church and the loving embrace of the Father.
In a recent Pew survey, two-thirds of Catholics reported that they did not know or believe in the Church's teaching on the Eucharist. Diving into the writings of early doctors and fathers of the Church, and drawing upon his own experience as a scholar of history, practicing Catholic, and former Protestant, Dr. John Sehorn addresses the “mind-boggling” and difficult truth of Jesus' presence in the Blessed Sacrament. It is a truth that confronts us, challenges us, and is one of the greatest gifts that we will ever receive.
Father Thomas Dubay is one of the most popular and respected retreat masters and spiritual directors in North America. He is the author of the best-selling book on prayer and contemplation Fire Within. In this new book, he responds to the call by both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI to help believers and all those interested in spirituality develop a deeper prayer life and union with God.
As in his other popular writings, Dubay's style is profound and meditative yet clear and readable. He gives an overview of the spiritual life for anyone seeking to grow in the love of God and neighbor. An expert on the teachings and writings of the two great mystical doctors of prayer and the spiritual life, Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross, Dubay gives solid practical advice for a deepening moral and spiritual conversion, and for a radical growth in holiness.
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Femininity today can be confusing. What is it? What is it not? Are the stereotypes true? With humor, personal stories, and profound insights from the life of Mary and the writings of St. John Paul II, speaker Noelle Garcia shares how by growing in relationship with Mary, we can heal our understanding and relationships as women—daughters, mothers, friends, and wives—and discover the beauty, joy, and gift of true, God-given femininity.
Do committed Christians need to withdraw from society? This is the question that many people are asking. No one can predict how the future will look, but one thing is clear. We don’t need countercultural gestures, so much as the grace of Christ.
By an Unexpected Way explores true stories of modern men and women living and sharing their faith against remarkable odds. Through the grace of Christ, they have embraced the tasks of evangelization where they are, with the tools they have. An ultimate illustration of the “show, don’t tell” mantra, By an Unexpected Way is a manual for evangelization brought to life.
From the founders of adventure camps, festivals, and coffeehouses, to the architects of Catholic mental health networks, parish renewal, and transformed neighborhoods, learn how to sustain your faith and renew your community. With replicable ideas, further reading, and concrete resources, By an Unexpected Way not only inspires, but offers the concrete guidance you need to build Christian culture in your own circumstances.
Gwen Adams, PhD
Gwen Adams, PhD, is a writer, speaker, visiting professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado, and the founder of Bardstreet, offering youth theater camps, seminars, and other ventures. Learn more at Bardstreet.com.
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–Mary Pat Donoghue, executive director of the Secretariat of Catholic Education for the USCCB
–Janet E. Smith, professor and author of Humanae Vitae: A Generation Later
–Edward Sri, professor, author, and vice president of formation for the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)
–Michael Hanby, author and professor at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family
–Psychologist Kathryn Benes
–The rock band Scythian
–And many more...
This paperback book is the perfect accompaniment to The Search video series. The Search is a powerful new Catholic evangelization experience. It will help those who are curious about the Faith but not ready to commit. The Search recasts the vision for what life’s all about to those who’ve walked away—those who are asking big questions. We need to answer them well so they see the Catholic Faith as it truly is.