A practical guide, offering the reader words of encouragement on preparing for confession.
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A beautiful, personal, priestly reflection on the importance of Eucharistic adoration in Catholic life. Father Dajczer wants you to discover the joy and profound gift that comes when we truly encounter Jesus in the Eucharist. “This book is an exceptional commentary on Pope Benedict XVI’s encyclical, Deus Caritas Est. It is in the Eucharist that [...]
Common do-good-ism is all around, but Fr. Fabio Rosini says, we no longer know what mercy is – and mercy is more essential than ever before. We confuse mercy with generic compassion, forgiveness, or acceptance. But mercy is something completely different. It is an act, a work, a knowledge, a care, the fruit of a [...]
“Return to Me, and I will return to you” is God’s call to man, recorded in the Books of Zechariah and Malachi in the Old Testament. In this booklet, His Holiness Pope Shenouda III (1923-2012), 117th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark, contemplates the deep feelings and meanings carried within [...]
Do you ever find yourself feeling bored in church? Don’t despair—you’re not alone, and there is hope! Fr. David Smith offers four compelling reasons for going to church regardless of how we feel. He then explores: + six reasons people + sometimes feel bored in church, + five ways to think about your priest, + [...]
College is a time of discovery. Are you ready for what lies ahead? How will your faith fare when you enter the new wide world of college – leaving behind the safety of home, community, and church? Drawing on their own experiences and years of ministry to young men and women during this transition, Nic [...]
The various crises we experience in society and culture today, at their root, reveal a spiritual problem: a profound lack of meaning. The mystical truths revealed in scripture can surely help. Part One, “Entering the Desert,” introduces the reader to principles of awareness, deep listening, and contemplation as essential for “hearing” what Scripture has to [...]