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De Controversiis I: On the Roman Pontiff By Ryan Grant (Translator) & St. Robert Bellarmine, SJ
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In this Theological treatise St. Robert Bellarmine takes on Protestant as well as Greek Orthodox objections to the Papacy in five books. In the first, he argues that Christ established the Primacy of... More > Peter by means of an Ecclesiastical Monarchy, why it is fitting that the Church's government should be a monarchy; Exegetical Commentary on the Lord's words in Matthew 16 and John 21, along with copious Patristic testimony. In Book 2 is whether Peter has successors in the Ecclesiastical Monarchy, wherein Bellarmine defends the Church's position on the true history of Peter; that Peter truly went to Rome; that Peter was truly a Bishop there. In Book 3 Bellarmine shows the Pope is not Antichrist. In Book 4, Bellarmine argues why the Pope is infallible when he defines a doctrine on faith and morals and proceeds to defend Popes whom Protestants and others argued had erred while defining faith. In book 5, Bellarmine takes up the question of the Popes' power in civil affairs.< Less
De Controversiis I: On the Roman Pontiff By Mediatrix Press et al.
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In this Theological treatise St. Robert Bellarmine takes on Protestant as well as Greek Orthodox objections to the Papacy in five books. In the first, he argues that Christ established the Primacy of... More > Peter by means of an Ecclesiastical Monarchy, why it is fitting that the Church's government should be a monarchy; Exegetical Commentary on the Lord's words in Matthew 16 and John 21, along with copious Patristic testimony. In Book 2 is whether Peter has successors in the Ecclesiastical Monarchy, wherein Bellarmine defends the Church's position on the true history of Peter; that Peter truly went to Rome; that Peter was truly a Bishop there. In Book 3 Bellarmine shows the Pope is not Antichrist. In Book 4, Bellarmine argues why the Pope is infallible when he defines a doctrine on faith and morals and proceeds to defend Popes whom Protestants and others argued had erred while defining faith. In book 5, Bellarmine takes up the question of the Popes' power in civil affairs.< Less
September's Pope By Karyn Fry
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Pope Francis has captured the hearts of people the word-over with his gentle voice, friendly smile and humble manner. But there was another pope in 1978 who did the same, Albino Luciani, Pope John... More > Paul I. Luciani served as pontiff for only 33 days in 1978, but he filled the world with hope in those few days and this novel takes the reader into the conclave that elected him and through the Vatican politics that he had to deal with while trying to renew the spirit of the Catholic church. Filled with quotes from the Pope's actual speeches and based on extensive research into the workings of the 1978 Vatican, this novel gives the reader an inside look at one of the world's oldest institutions and a portrait of a fascinating human being.< Less
Pope Benedict XVI Meets America By Newscom
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Pope Benedict XVI began his first official visit as head of the Roman Catholic Church on April 15, 2008, arriving at Andrews Air Force Base aboard ‘Shepherd One.’ Benedict was met with... More > great fan fare by President Bush, First Lady Laura Bush and their daughter Jenna at the start of what has become a historic trip aimed at making amends for the recent ‘abuse scandal’ and pushing for greater interreligious tolerance and dialogue. Newscom is very proud to present 65 compelling and comprehensive photographs, looking back at this historic occasion through the lenses of the photographers that covered his visit from the White House in Washington to Ground Zero in New York City. Also available in Hardcover< Less
Pope Benedict XVI Meets America By Newscom
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Pope Benedict XVI began his first official visit as head of the Roman Catholic Church on April 15, 2008, arriving at Andrews Air Force Base aboard ‘Shepherd One.’ Benedict was met with... More > great fan fare by President Bush, First Lady Laura Bush and their daughter Jenna at the start of what has become a historic trip aimed at making amends for the recent ‘abuse scandal’ and pushing for greater interreligious tolerance and dialogue. Newscom is very proud to present 65 compelling and comprehensive photographs, looking back at this historic occasion through the lenses of the photographers that covered his visit from the White House in Washington to Ground Zero in New York City.< Less
POPE FRANCIS. HOPE AND FUTURE FOR A LIBERATED CHURCH By Anna De Simone
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Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, is the Jesuit Pope to come from Latin America. Who is Bergoglio and how did he come to be elected Pontiff in Rome is what this book tells you. This book is... More > a honest, clear, uncomplicated but also sound introduction to the personality, life, career and theological ideas of the newly elected Pope , with photos illustrating the life and career of Jorge Mario Bergoglio. The volume includes Pope's Francis' First Encyclical Letter "Lumen Fidei" (agosto 2013)< Less
Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis in Rome By Anna De Simone
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13 March 2013 Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum Georgium Marium Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem Bergoglio qui sibi nomen imposuit... More > Franciscum Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected pope on March 13, 2013, at the age of 76. The 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, he is the first Jesuit and the first to take the name Francis. He is also the first non-European leader of the church in more than 1, 200 years.< Less
The Vatican Conspiracies By James McCarty
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For years, high-level prelates in the Vatican have pursued a dangerous conspiracy that risks their careers. Then, in the not-too-distant future, the Catholic Church and the Vatican find themselves... More > in crisis. They need money desperately. The Church faces a drastic shortage of priests. Waves of child molestation lawsuits endanger the Church's solvency. Key Vatican assets are discovered missing. A massive planned lawsuit looms over the Vatican and the papacy. Meanwhile, a new Pope considers sweeping reforms in Church teachings and policies that are certain to divide the Church. Suddenly, a new crisis erupts that threatens the very survival of the 2,000-year-old Church. The Church's own laws and procedures are preventing the Vatican from resolving the crisis. "The Vatican Conspiracies" takes you behind the Vatican's medieval walls and bronze doors, and tells the story of the passions, pressures and politics of the leaders trying to save the Church they love, despite the daunting obstacles they face.< Less
De papa I By Dominicus Bouix
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This three-volume Latin work by the 19th-century French canonist Dominique Bouix is one of the most thorough and impressive works on the subject of the Roman Pontiff. The author distributes his... More > treatise into eight parts: 1° On the primacy of the Roman Pontiff; 2° On his infallibility; 3° On his superiority over the ecumenical council; 4° On his power over the temporal matters of kings; 5° On his power over the canons, and on his other prerogatives from divine right; 6° On his temporal principate; 7° On the canonical form of electing and constituting the Roman Pontiff; 8° On the ecumenical council.< Less
De papa II By Dominicus Bouix
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This three-volume Latin work by the 19th-century French canonist Dominique Bouix is one of the most thorough and impressive works on the subject of the Roman Pontiff. The author distributes his... More > treatise into eight parts: 1° On the primacy of the Roman Pontiff; 2° On his infallibility; 3° On his superiority over the ecumenical council; 4° On his power over the temporal matters of kings; 5° On his power over the canons, and on his other prerogatives from divine right; 6° On his temporal principate; 7° On the canonical form of electing and constituting the Roman Pontiff; 8° On the ecumenical council.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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