Is it possible to know when life begins?Shouldn’t women be able to control their own bodies? What if a pregnant woman’s life is in danger? Why don’t pro-lifers spend their energy making life better for people who are already born? In this booklet you’ll find smart, solid answers to these questions and many more. 20 Answers: Abortion will deepen your understanding of this critical moral iss... [More]
The New Dictatorship and What to Do About ItIn Absolute Relativism: The New Dictatorship and What to Do about It, Chris Stefanick tackles all the tough questions about relativism by showing how bankrupt and impractical it is. Using a down-to-earth, easily accessible question-and-answer format, Absolute Relativism shows that far from being the answer to world peace – or even personal peace of m... [More]
The Catholic approach to angels begins with the belief that we live in a created universe of things visible and invisible. Things visible include the material aspect of creation, namely those things that we can perceive with our senses. Things invisible include the spiritual aspect of creation which elude sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch.
Who or what are the angels?What powers do angels and demons have? How can I protect myself from demonic temptation and possession? What are the guardian angels, and how can I build a relationship with mine? In 20 Answers: Angels and Demons you’ll find smart, solid answers to these questions and many more. God created the angelic orders to worship him, and to be models of his spiritual nature, mi... [More]
How can you know for sure that God exists?If God is good, why is there so much evil in the world? Doesn’t evolution mean we don’t need God to explain human life? Why should I believe in God when religion is the number-one cause of war, ignorance, and misery? In this booklet you’ll find smart, solid answers to these questions and many more. 20 Answers: Atheism will help you understand the mai... [More]
St Augustine was a bishop, is a father of the Church and a Doctor of the Church, but above all is a man with an extraordinary story to tell. This booklet uses the famous Confessions of St Augustine to recount the wonderful journey from a life of sin and error to a life lived for Christ and his fellow Christians. Augustine’s spiritual insights are as fresh and valuable today as when they were wri... [More]
Baptism and Confirmation were sacraments we received as children. What did they do for us? Do you know how important they are? Sometimes Catholics are criticized for baptizing infants – find out why the Church encourages this practice.
Learn what it means to be a “real man” from God’s perspective. This Knights of Columbus booklet is designed to help men understand their God-given role and to become virtuous soldiers of Christ. Addressing both the challenges and strengthens of masculinity, “Becoming a Real Man of God” helps develop strong, faithful men of God.
What does it mean to say that Scripture is “inspired”?Why don’t Catholics believe that the Bible is the sole rule of faith? Do Christians have to follow all the strange and archaic laws found in the Old Testament? In this booklet you’ll find smart, solid answers to these questions and many more. Catholics are sometimes accused of ignoring the Bible, but we believe that God gave us his insp... [More]
Where is “Catholic social teaching” found, anyway?Are all aspects of Catholic social teaching equal important, or can we rank them? Does the Church tell me how I should vote, or what the best economic or political system is? How does the Church say that that laity should try to promote and implement Catholic social teaching in the world? When Jesus inaugurated his kingdom on earth, he taught u... [More]
How do we know Jesus founded a visible, organized Church?Is today’s Catholic Church the same as the church of the apostles and the early Christians? What can I say to someone who claims that the medieval Church became corrupted by pagan ideas and practices? Where in the Bible does it say that the Church is infallible, that we need a pope, or that indulgences can help us get to heaven? In 20 Answ... [More]
There's no substitute for making Fr. Michael Gaitley's do-it-yourself retreat, but this portable prayer companion is the next best thing. Its three simple parts summarize the whole retreat and teach a spirituality that even the busiest of people can follow. Even if you've never heard of Consoling the Heart of Jesus, this guide to the best-selling book will explain to you in a clear, step-by-step w... [More]
Who created the Universe? Is a creator even necessary? Can science explain how the Universe came into being without reference to a creator God? This booklet explores these ideas and the arguments that have been brought into sharp focus by Stephen Hawking’s claim that his cosmological model ‘left nothing for a creator to do’. Dr Carroll examines the Church’s teaching on creation from August... [More]
Here is the amazing account of how this simple man, without great expectations beyond saving souls, transformed an insignificant backwater parish in traumatized, post-revolutionary France, against all the odds. Written by Fr Rutler, a parish priest in New York and acknowledged Vianney expert, the release of this booklet marked the "Year for Priests" held on the 150th anniversary of the saint’s d... [More]
This booklet gives you a brief and easy-to-understand introduction to Divine Mercy. Specifically you will learn:-- Divine Mercy history and context-- The essential elements of the devotion-- How you can live the messageIn short, it's everything you need to know about this important message and devotion! This booklet also includes two bonus appendices: Valuable Divine Mercy prayers and Divine Mercy... [More]
Learn the amazing story behind The Divine Mercy Image in this information and accessible booklet from the Marian Father of the Immaculate Conception. These inspiring truths about the Divine Mercy Image show the hey elements of the Image with remarkable depth and beauty.
What is the meaning of marriage? What conditions can make a marriage invalid? Is a divorced Catholic allowed to receive Holy Communion? Why is it necessary to go through the annulment process before I can be remarried? In 20 Answers: Divorce & Remarriage, you’ll find smart, solid answers to these questions and many more. The sacrament of marriage is one of the holiest things instituted by C... [More]
Ancient Christianity is a proven draw at the box office and the bookstores. Our neighbors are curious about the early Church, and more than willing to be obsessed by it. But how should we proceed to study ancient Christianity when the media accounts themselves have been shockingly misinformed? The key to understanding the early Church is a fresh familiarity with the ancient sources. In this bookl... [More]
Why is it wrong to help someone commit suicide? Don’t people have a right to die with dignity rather than being a burden to others? Does the Church teach that the terminally-ill must be kept alive by machines for as long as possible? How can I plan now to make sure that my legal and medical wishes are respected when I’m near death? In this booklet you’ll find smart, solid answers to thes... [More]
The source and summit of the Christian life, the sacramental center for Catholics, is the holy Eucharist. Like Christ, the holy Eucharist is controversial and divisive. When Jesus initially taught crowds of people about the holy Eucharist, many of them left (see the Gospel of John 6:60). Today, the question still comes to us: “will you also go away?” (John 6:67). Is the holy Eucharist actuall... [More]