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The Life of St. Francis of Assisi By Mediatrix Press & Candide Chalippe, OFM
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St. Francis of Assisi is one of the greatest and most recognizeable saints in the history of the Church. His life was a mirror of the life of Christ. In a decadent age, filled with corruption,... More > Francis became not merely an impetus for reform, but a living image of Christ in his virtue and in his flesh through the stigmata. Candide Chalippe’s work is not merely biography, it is a spiritual classic written by an author filled with piety and love for Christ and His Church. This new publication edits Chalippe’s work and presents it for modern readers in new chapter divisions, with artwork from the Basilica of St. Francis and Renaissance masters. This excellent biography takes us through Francis’ entire life, as well as the progress and history of his order in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, compiling sources from all of the earliest authors.< Less
Mariology vol. 2. By Mediatrix Press & Juniper Carol, OFM
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Mariology is a collection of essays embracing the whole of the study of Mary from top theologians, constituting the most complete work on the subject prior to Vatican II, now reprinted for the first... More > time. Volume II maintains the scholarly character of the first volume, delving into Mariology as such. Namely, the principal doctrines in the theology of Mary. This considers the key doctrines of the Immaculate Conception, Sinlessness, Perpetual Virginity, Assumption, Mediation, Mary’s Coredemption, and the relationship between Our Lady and the Church. With essays from 14 scholars of international repute, volume II explains in scientific detail the heart of Mariology, its nature in preserving authentic teaching about the person of Jesus Christ, and the sources deep within the tradition from the Fathers, the Scholastics, Baroque theology and contemporary understanding enlightened by the Magisterium.< Less
The Life of St. Francis of Assisi By Mediatrix Press & Candide Chalippe, OFM
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St. Francis of Assisi is one of the greatest and most recognizeable saints in the history of the Church. His life was a mirror of the life of Christ. In a decadent age, filled with corruption,... More > Francis became not merely an impetus for reform, but a living image of Christ in his virtue and in his flesh through the stigmata. Candide Chalippe’s work is not merely biography, it is a spiritual classic written by an author filled with piety and love for Christ and His Church. This new publication edits Chalippe’s work and presents it for modern readers in new chapter divisions, with artwork from the Basilica of St. Francis and Renaissance masters. This excellent biography takes us through Francis’ entire life, as well as the progress and history of his order in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, compiling sources from all of the earliest authors.< Less
The Life of Pope Leo XIII By Mediatrix Press & Bernard O'Reilly, DD.
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Written by Fr. Bernard O’Reilly while that Pope was alive, and based on a memoir furnished to him by the Holy See. Thus, this work is nearly autobiographical, being based on the Pope’s... More > life as he wished it to be written. Fr. O’Reilly, making copious use of the Pope’s Italian memoir, presents to us Gioacchino Pecci, the future Leo XIII, in the midst of the dramatic and revolutionary changes affecting the Church in both Italy and all Europe in the 19th century. In all events, Pecci as priest, Bishop, Cardinal and later Pope, fought courageously for the Universal Church with prudence, humility and care, and above all defending his priests and the sacrament of Marriage against the innovations of the revolutionaries holding the seat of government throughout Europe. In this book you see the future Leo XIII fight the revolution head on in and how wrong the liberal view is that holds Mazzini and Garibaldi as heroes, and, moreover, how tyrannical the new Italian regime became in its persecution of the Church.< Less

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