Fatherless by Brian Gail

Fatherless by Brian Gail

Everyone agreed that the 500+ pages of the novel were totally enjoyable and worth reading! The plot of Fatherless leads the reader into a fictional depiction of the great spiritual battles in the U.S. Catholic Church. Undeterred by the breadth of the themes and armed with a long list of…

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Father Elijah by Michael O’Brien

Father Elijah by Michael O'Brien

In O’Brien’s first release of his fiction series, he presents a thrilling apocalyptic novel about the condition of the Roman Catholic Church at the end of time. It explores the state of the modern world, and the strengths and weaknesses of the contemporary religious scene, by taking his central character,…

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Letters to a Young Catholic

by George Weigel In this remarkable tour of the Catholic world, George Weigel helps us understand how Catholicism fosters what Flannery O’Connor called “the habit of being.” Taking the reader by the hand, Weigel embarks on a journey to Catholic landmarks as diverse as Chartres Cathedral and St. Mary’s Church…

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The Screwtape Letters

by C.S. Lewis In this humorous and perceptive exchange between two devils, C. S. Lewis delves into moral questions about good vs. evil, temptation, repentance, and grace. Through this wonderful tale, the reader emerges with a better understanding of what it means to live a faithful life.

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He Leadeth Me

by Fr. Walter J. Ciszek He Leadeth Me is the deeply moving personal story of one man’s spiritual odyssey and the unflagging faith which enabled him to survive the horrendous ordeal that wrenched his body and spirit to near collapse.

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