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How to Create a Catholic Blog By Matthew R. Plese
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"How to Create a Catholic Blog" is a step-by-step explanation to help Catholics enter into the world of blogging. Whether you are a new blogger or a seasoned veteran, you will benefit from... More > the straight-forward advice of Mr. Plese. Mr. Plese is a long-time Catholic blogger who is well suited to advise other Catholics on the ins and outs of creating a blog, maintaining them, developing them into a well recognized brand, and even using them to provide a modest income stream for a family. This is a must use ebook that can save you hundreds of dollars and hours of headaches. A must read!< Less
Catholic Analysis 2006 By Oswald Sobrino
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This book contains selected 2006 essays from the Catholic Analysis blog (www.catholicanalysis.blogspot.com). The essays cover these timely topics: selected biblical insights from St. Paul's letters,... More > authority and primacy in the Church, the Charismatic dimension of the Church, Catholic heroes for freedom in China and Cuba, Christian character traits, and rebuking various heresies. A print edition is also available at Lulu.com. The author embraces the teaching authority of the Catholic Church as set forth in the Catechism of the Catholic Church and its Compendium. Author Oswald Sobrino, M.A. (Econ.), J.D., is a Catholic writer trained as an attorney and economist. He is a lay graduate student in Biblical Studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit. He writes the Catholic Analysis web column at www.CatholicAnalysis.blogspot.com and produces a podcast at www.CatholicAnalysis.libsyn.com. He is also the author of Unpopular Catholic Truths available at Amazon.com.< Less
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Catholic Analysis 2006 By Oswald Sobrino
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This book contains selected 2006 essays from the Catholic Analysis blog (www.catholicanalysis.blogspot.com). The essays cover these timely topics: selected biblical insights from St. Paul's letters,... More > authority and primacy in the Church, the Charismatic dimension of the Church, Catholic heroes for freedom in China and Cuba, Christian character traits, and rebuking various heresies. The author embraces the teaching authority of the Catholic Church as set forth in the Catechism of the Catholic Church and its Compendium. An E-book version is also available at Lulu.com. Author Oswald Sobrino, M.A. (Econ.), J.D., is a Catholic writer trained as an attorney and economist. He is a lay graduate student in Biblical Studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit. He writes the Catholic Analysis web column at www.CatholicAnalysis.blogspot.com and produces a podcast at www.CatholicAnalysis.libsyn.com. He is also the author of Unpopular Catholic Truths available at Amazon.com.< Less
Biblical Catholic Apologetics: A Collection of Essays By Dave Armstrong
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The carefully selected “essays” presented here were originally written and posted on my blog between the years of 2000 and 2013. I consider them to be some of my best: the “cream of... More > the crop” of what has not yet been published in a book. A few have been condensed down from their original dialogue formats. Per the subtitle, I'd like this collection to be more along the lines of essays per se, with less written-out Bible verses: a bit more readable and flowing, so to speak. A good deal of my apologetics writing or research is more for the purpose of reference / documentation rather than “straight reading.” The 23 chapters will be organized under seven broad topics. In order, they are: 1) Observations on Catholic Apologetics, 2) Bible and Tradition / Rule of Faith, 3) Justification and Salvation, 4) Sacramentalism, 5) Purgatory, 6) Prayer and the Communion of Saints, and 7) The Blessed Virgin Mary. My sincere hope is that this book is edifying, educational, and enjoyable for the reader.< Less
Biblical Catholic Apologetics: A Collection of Essays By Dave Armstrong
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The carefully selected “essays” presented here were originally written and posted on my blog between the years of 2000 and 2013. I consider them to be some of my best: the “cream of... More > the crop” of what has not yet been published in a book. A few have been condensed down from their original dialogue formats. Per the subtitle, I'd like this collection to be more along the lines of essays per se, with less written-out Bible verses: a bit more readable and flowing, so to speak. A good deal of my apologetics writing or research is more for the purpose of reference / documentation rather than “straight reading.” The 23 chapters will be organized under seven broad topics. In order, they are: 1) Observations on Catholic Apologetics, 2) Bible and Tradition / Rule of Faith, 3) Justification and Salvation, 4) Sacramentalism, 5) Purgatory, 6) Prayer and the Communion of Saints, and 7) The Blessed Virgin Mary. My sincere hope is that this book is edifying, educational, and enjoyable for the reader.< Less
Under the Mercy: 2014-2016: Essays and Reflections on Catholic Faith By Christopher Trummer
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This book is a collection of 29 short essays and reflections, written by Chris Trummer from January, 2014 to December, 2016. These writings treat various topics in Catholic-Christian philosophy,... More > theology, spirituality, and apologetics. Nearly all of them originally appeared as posts on Chris' blog, Under the Mercy (ctrummer.blogspot.com), where they can still be found. They have been collected and printed here for people who prefer reading a physical book, the opportunity to highlight and take notes, and the ability to share or give the book to others. Hopefully, these essays and reflections will strengthen the reader's understanding of, appreciation for, and commitment to, Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith.< Less
Catholic Liturgical Year Calendar Featuring Feast Days and Traditional Monthly Devotions By Kendra Tierney
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Kendra Tierney of the popular blog Catholic All Year has created the Catholic All Year 2018 Liturgical Year Calendar. It features the all the feasts and fasts of the Universal Calendar and then some,... More > illustrated with images featuring the traditional Catholic monthly devotions. It's an easy visual way to bring liturgical living into your home. Keep track of the feasts and fasts and seasons of the Catholic year, and be reminded to focus your prayer on a different aspect of our faith each month. January:The Holy Name of Jesus February: The Holy Family March: St. Joseph April: The Blessed Sacrament May: Mary June: The Sacred Heart of Jesus July: The Precious Blood August Immaculate Heart of Mary September: The Seven Sorrows of Mary October: The Holy Rosary November: The Poor Souls in Purgatory December: The Immaculate Conception As the Church year begins with December, so does this calendar. You get December 2017 through December 2018, thirteen months.< Less
The Universal Prayer - The Prayer of the Faithful By The Roman Missal
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This book contains all that is needed to sing the universal prayer (previously called The Prayer of the Faithful) during the Mass, according to tone C in the Roman Missal, as well as the celebrant's... More > introduction and concluding oration. This is the hardcover edition for the celebrant. Visit the address below to view a sample of the book: http://blog.yankehome.com/universal-prayer< Less

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