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Praying Together Alone By Sean Lotz
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Praying Together Alone is a simple-to-use version of the Daily Office of the Celtic Catholic Church. This pocket sized edition is designed to be easy for those who have never prayed the Office and... More > convenient for travelers, since everything for the Hours is in one book with minimal page flipping. Morning and Evening prayer for all the seasons of the Church year and for saints' days together with Mid-day prayer and Compline make it complete; the simplification makes it usable and satisfying for beginners. The Daily Office is the birthright of all Christians and was, in the early Church, the standard daily prayer of all the faithful. [pocket size paperback]< Less
Praying Together Alone By Fr. Sean Lotz
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Praying Together Alone is a simple-to-use version of the Daily Office of the Celtic Catholic Church. This pocket sized edition is designed to be easy for those who have never prayed the Office and... More > convenient for travelers, since everything for the Hours is in one book with minimal page flipping. Morning and Evening prayer for all the seasons of the Church year and for saints' days together with Mid-day prayer and Compline make it complete; the simplification makes it usable and satisfying for beginners. The Daily Office is the birthright of all Christians and was, in the early Church, the standard daily prayer of all the faithful.< Less
The Betrothed By Alessandro Manzoni
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Renzo and Lucy are betrothed; but Don Roderick, a local baron, threatens the vicar to prevent their matrimony. Father Christopher, the saintly Capuchin friar at a nearby convent, intervenes to... More > assist them; but before long, the couple is engulfed in events that are far above their heads. Famine; food riots; flight; duplicity; kidnapping; repentence; redemption; plague; and, above all, Providence. All are major players in this drama of northern Italy in the midst of the troubles and chaos of the Thirty Years' War. More than a drama of events, however, this is a drama of characters; we meet saints and sinners, repentant and unrepentant. No cardboard cutouts, these characters are complex and realistic, with motivations and outcomes to match. This is a masterpiece of the medium, well worth a close and detailed read.< Less
Come to Me... Through Divine Mercy By Michael Donnelly
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The author, an eighteen year old student, was inspired to write about the message of Divine Mercy while he was on pilgrimage in Medugorje. He gives fresh and revealing insights into the deepest... More > aspects of Christianity and Catholicism. After the scandals in the Catholic Church recently, this book gives us the hope and the assurance that the Church is still a vibrant place with 'mercy' as its message. This is a must-read for everyone. Here are some of the insights of this young boy: 'In this book, you are not going to find the answers to all of the philosophical problems in the world and you're not going to find the answers to all of the problems that the world is facing. But you may just find God and, with him, we can face all of these problems together.' 'I believe that "mercy" is what gives love its beauty... If God's love was without the quality of mercy then God would fail to be God because "God is love". That is why Divine Mercy is more than just a devotion; Divine Mercy is God.'< Less
Come to Me... Through Divine Mercy By Michael Donnelly
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The author, an eighteen year old student, was inspired to write about the message of Divine Mercy while he was on pilgrimage in Medugorje. He gives fresh and revealing insights into the deepest... More > aspects of Christianity and Catholicism. After the scandals in the Catholic Church recently, this book gives us the hope and the assurance that the Church is still a vibrant place with 'mercy' as its message. This is a must-read for everyone. Here are some of the insights of this young boy: 'In this book, you are not going to find the answers to all of the philosophical problems in the world and you're not going to find the answers to all of the problems that the world is facing. But you may just find God and, with him, we can face all of these problems together.' 'I believe that "mercy" is what gives love its beauty... If God's love was without the quality of mercy then God would fail to be God because "God is love". That is why Divine Mercy is more than just a devotion; Divine Mercy is God.'< Less
Surviving the Shadows By Caroline Whitehead
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Surviving the Shadows is the true story of a young girl brought up in the strict and harsh life of a Catholic orphanage in the 1920s and 1930s, and of her struggle for emotional survival. Told by the... More > nuns she was an orphan, Caroline "Carrie" Marshall set out to search for her roots.Caroline's monumental struggle against the Catholic authorities in her search for kith and kin lasted over sixty years. 'By the time I reached sixteen years of age, I had spent all but two years of my young life in the somewhat questionable care of the nuns at an orphanage in a small village in the County of Kent. From there, I was sent "out into the world" of which I knew little about, and had not been prepared for. My first place of employment was a reformatory school for unruly boys staffed by Christian Brothers, some of whom seemed intent on breaking their vows of chastity....'Caroline Whitehead (née Marshall) was born in London, England. She lives in British Columbia, Canada.< Less
Two Worlds In My Heart By Leah Chapman
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What was it like for a new immigrant to Canada in 1936? Was it loneliness that made my mother return to her native Germany on the eve of World War II, taking me, her two-year-old daughter with... More > her? Separated from my father and my native Canada we spent the entire war, eleven years in all, in Germany. Our life and struggles in a world at war and my own subjection to an abusive mother. Read about the last days of the war, American liberation and when 15-million refugees flooded into the west, a west that was 50-70% in rubble. Returning to Canada proved no better, as my father too abandoned me. Part One covers the first twenty-eight years of my life, including a teen marriage and subsequent service in the Catholic Church. Part Two relates my deepening commitment to the church and to God as I understood him. An amazingly candid portrayal of a life lived on two continents and in two worlds, the secular and the religious, and how abuse and betrayal sometimes happen to good people.< Less
Two Worlds In My Heart By Leah Chapman
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What was it like for a new immigrant to Canada in 1936? Was it loneliness that made my mother return to her native Germany on the eve of World War II, taking me, her two-year-old daughter with... More > her? Separated from my father and my native Canada we spent the entire war, eleven years in all, in Germany. Our life and struggles in a world at war and my own subjection to an abusive mother. Read about the last days of the war, American liberation and when 15-million refugees flooded into the west, a west that was 50-70% in rubble. Returning to Canada proved no better, as my father too abandoned me. Part One covers the first twenty-eight years of my life, including a teen marriage and subsequent service in the Catholic Church. Part Two relates my deepening commitment to the church and to God as I understood him. An amazingly candid portrayal of a life lived on two continents and in two worlds, the secular and the religious, and how abuse and betrayal sometimes happen to good people.< Less
The End By John Crawley
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Your final act in life is to ask your estranged brother – your only next of kin – to do one last thing for you — let you die in peace. But he refuses. He can’t fulfill your... More > requests because God and the Catholic Church are standing in the way. He is a priest and his faith and duty to his calling won’t allow it. And you do not share his theology. And he doesn’t approve your lifestyle. After all, you are lesbian and he is God’s pious servant. You haven’t talked in twenty years. And here it is on your deathbed he holds all the power over you. The fight over Death with Dignity comes front and center on the stage of The End.< Less
The End By John Crawley
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Your final act in life is to ask your estranged brother – your only next of kin – to do one last thing for you — let you die in peace. But he refuses. He can’t fulfill your... More > requests because God and the Catholic Church are standing in the way. He is a priest and his faith and duty to his calling won’t allow it. And you do not share his theology. And he doesn’t approve your lifestyle. After all, you are lesbian and he is God’s pious servant. You haven’t talked in twenty years. And here it is on your deathbed he holds all the power over you. The fight over Death with Dignity comes front and center on the stage of The End.< Less

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