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Ten Religious Explorers of Newman
Rev. Michael P. Gallagher
"Translates" the voices of several leading thinkers into a series of reflections on faith and contemporary life and culture.
A history of the Religious Teachers Filippini by one of the order's most distinguished members.
Edward L. Cleary
Tells the remarkable story of the transformation of the Latin American church on every level, from professional theologians to the individual in the remotest Latin American village.
Reconstructing Mary's Life Ephesus
V. Antony J. Alaharasan
The fascinating story of what happened when St. John brought Mary to Ephesus, where she spent the last days of her life, and from where she was assumed into heaven. Included are photographs of Mary's house and of ruins from the historic city
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Pope Pius XII
Margherita Marchione; preface by Robert Moynihan, PhD; foreword
Issues a challenge to all Catholics to learn the truth and speak out courageously. It adds a new level of information concerning the work carried out by this dedicated servant of God.
Shapers of Modern Catholic History
Owen F. Cummings
An invitation to learn something of the committed diversity of Catholicism in the nineteenth century, so as to enter more deeply into commitment as Catholics in the twenty-first century.
The Story of Christian Ireland
From early Celtic culture to St. Patrick, from everyday monks to the present, this sweeping history of Irish faith offers a fascinating account of the religious, social, and political life of the Irish people.
Memoirs of Jews & Catholics Wartime Italy
An account of how the Catholic church in Italy came to the assistance of Jews in World War II.
Architect for Peace
Hoping to end the revisionist history that makes Pius XII a Nazi sympathizer, the author draws on wartime Vatican documents to provide persuasive evidence of the pope's efforts for peace. Must-reading for both sides of the ongoing ...
Middle Ages Through Reformation
Dr. Patrick Reid
Using primary texts, this volume tells the story of Western religious heritage by tracing the three great Western monotheisms (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) from the fall of Rome through the Christian Reformation of the 16th century.
An anthology of primary readings in ancient western religious thought from the beginnings of civilization in Mesopotamia and Egypt (c. 3000 B.C.E.) to the collapse of the Roman Empire (c. 450 C.E.).
Essays on the Thought of Isaac
Five essays offering analysis of Hecker's thought from the perspectives of church history, political science, theology, and psychology.
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