A great tool to help non-Christians encounter the truth of the Catholic Faith
God's Love for You is attractive, easy to read, non-confrontational, and very inexpensive!
We want this flyer to blanket the country, and we feel it is the perfect evangelization tool to introduce a non-Christian to the Catholic Church. Order now and start spreading the good news in your neighborhood!
Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth is a powerful, yet concise booklet that clearly defines the core beliefs of the Catholic faith!
At 32 pages, Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth is packed with information about the Catholic Church and God's plan for us. Plus, its convenient size and special pricing make it perfect to carry with you and give to others as you share your faith with them.
Why We’re Catholic is the groundbreaking new resource by apologist Trent Horn – that one, general book you can hand to anyone as a starting point for helping them find their way into, or back to, the practice of the Catholic Faith.
In a series of short, easy to read chapters, Trent covers the whole range of common topics, starting with why we believe in anything at all and answering all the common objections to the Catholic Faith—both doctrinal and moral.
Sharing the gospel with family and friends (or a stranger on the computer screen) can be challenging enough. When they won’t even hear you out, because of all the mental roadblocks they’ve built up, it’s even harder.
In Prepare the Way, Karlo Broussard helps you tackle that essential first step to apologetics and evangelization: getting people to listen with an open mind.
The 20 Answers series from Catholic Answers offers hard facts, powerful arguments, and clear explanations of the most important topics facing the Church and the world—all in a compact, easy-to-read package.
Drawing upon the saints’ writings, works, and life events, Reform Yourself! reveals in each of them a model of a particular virtue or grace that we all need—along with practical tips for imitating them in our own lives.
The most affordable full-size version of the CTS Bible, this paperback edition features a contents list of the books of the Bible on the flaps for easy search and reference. 8pt text (6pt footnotes).
70 distinguished scholars and 18 specialised translators have collaborated to produce this classic in Catholic biblical studies.
A true summary of the teachings contained in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1992) and an authoritative and authentic guide to the Catholic faith.
The Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church
New official guide to the Catholic Faith for young people and adults
The YOUCAT Bible carefully abridges the biblical text to help young people to follow the “story” of the Bible, using the popular RSV translation, Second Catholic Edition of the Ignatius Bible. Includes a special preface by Pope Francis.
An exciting new way to help children and parents to discover their Catholic faith together.
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DOCAT presents the social teaching of the Catholic Church for young people.
New youth prayer book from the team behind YouCat.
The original ‘Penny Catechism’ in question and answer format
A Mini Catechism for Catholics
With 25 Expert Answers
Concise answers to key questions Catholics are always being asked about.
Read about the benefits and practice of the sacrament.
Letter to Consecrated People on the Occasion of the Year of Consecrated Life from the Magisterium of Pope Francis.
The Joy of the Gospel. Apostolic Exhortation on the proclamation of the Gospel in Today's world.
Encyclical Letter on Care for our Common Home
Catholics in England and Wales will warmly welcome this encyclical letter, Caritas in Veritate, as a powerful and thorough application of the vision of Christian faith to the complex problems of human development. ‘Our hope is that it will be widely read as it deserves and rewards careful study. Caritas in Veritate stands firmly in the line of Catholic Social Teaching and most especially in the tradition of Christian humanism, expressed so clearly by Pope Paul VI in Populorum Progressio.’
Every Spiritual Warrior's Guide to God's Invincible Gifts
From the creation of the world to the infancy of the Church, the important stories from both the Old and New Testament are vividly retold and illustrated for young people. Also included are chapters on the prophets and the psalms. In the back is a glossary of important people, places and objects, providing added information.
Clear, readable, illustrated.
The Rainbow Good News Bible is ideal for use with children in primary schools and church. It contains the full Bible text in a clear, readable style, along with 16 full-page collour illustrations.
Some of the most lived Bible stories form Genesis to Revelation are retold and beautifully illustrated in this Catholic Bible.
This book explains what the Church has always taught about hot topics like Mary, praying for the dead, indulgences, Tradition with a capital T, and more.
Learn to answer any question a non-Catholic may ask. You'll have a definitive answer about what the Bible teaches.
How You Can Change the World delivers a rousing call to Catholic young people and gives them the tools they need to stand up to the threats they face.
If you know any young people, you know that these threats are among the most pressing they face today.
How You Can Change the World dispatches each of these and shows young people the task that lies before them—the task of transforming the world in Christ.
Organizes over 500 verses showing the biblical basis for more than 50 Catholic doctrines - all in two pages!
In Scripture, Mercy, and Homosexuality, Mary Healy explores all those passages and more in light of the revelation of God’s mercy. She provides a scholarly yet readable explanation of how Scripture actually offers a fully harmonious message about God’s plan for human love and happiness, and shows how the Bible can help us fulfill our call to be the face of God’s mercy to all.
Sex Au Naturel: What It Is and Why It’s Good For Your Marriage by Catholic Answers Live host Patrick Coffin is a bracing ride across the landscape of the Catholic sexual ethic.
Drawing on over a decade as a pro-life organizer, Horn helps you cut through the diversions and obfuscations of the “pro-choice” side in order to accurately frame the legal, historical, and medical issue surrounding abortion. Then he demonstrates—with vivid personal examples from his years of campus activism—the importance of being charitable in all abortion debates, no matter how strident the other side might be. We must be not just warriors for the pro-life cause, he says, but ambassadors for it.
In Made This Way: How to Prepare Kids to Face Today’s Tough Moral Issues, Leila Miller and Trent Horn give parents (guardians and teachers, too!) crucial tools and techniques to form children with the understanding they need—appropriate to their age and maturity level—to meet the world’s challenges.
Pope Francis’s third encyclical is inspired by the life and example of St Francis of Assisi, his love for the poorest and his openness to all, and was completed during the global Coronavirus pandemic.
A succinct and masterly summary of what Catholics believe and the reasons for their belief, offering a very accessible introduction to Catholicism for those who are interested to know more.
Who are the Church Fathers? What can they teach us today? This collection of their wisest, most practical teachings and exhortations show us that they have much wisdom from which we can learn.
An engaging introduction to John Paul II’s revolutionary teaching on love, sexuality, and the meaning of our bodies.
This engaging survey of Scripture, the Church Fathers, Christian history, distinguished writers, and the Catechism, provides answers to the many questions we have regarding purgatory.
Every Christian who has been confirmed has received the fullness of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. This booklet explains what these gifts are and the effect they can have.
Who is Jesus? In this sequel to the widely acclaimed Jesus of Nazareth, Pope Benedict XVI dares readers to grapple with the meaning of Jesus’ life, teaching, death, and resurrection.
A collection of Pope Francis’s weekly catechesis addressing the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation, which incorporate us into Christ, and the Ten Commandments, which enlighten us to walk in His path.
This text’s proposal for true intimacy with the person of Christ in order to be genuine witnesses and disciples in today’s fractured and wounded world is both highly instructive and encouraging.