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Identity and Mission of the Religious Brothers in the Church By CICLSAL
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Document on Religious Brothers in Catholic Church from the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life (CICLSAL) Both in English and Spanish with Reflection Guide
S: A Contemporary Religious Fantasy By Kevin M. Kraft
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Satariel Grigori is a devil. No, he's THE Devil, and he wants to repent and return to his Father in Heaven. But can he? Is it even feasible? The answer may lie in one unconventional preacher at the... More > verge of losing his church. And Satariel, known as "S" to those closest to him, has his work cut out for him in, convincing Thomas of his identity and convincing him to act as his advocate before GOD, all the while concealing his plans to defect from the other Grigori brother, those angels who fell with him long ago, who would most certainly take exception to this. Deadly exception. For while Satariel might have once been the highest angel, that does not presuppose him to be the most powerful. S's change of heart could spell his doom, as well as that of Reverend Abernathy and his family.< Less
A Teaching Brotherhood Finds Its Identity: The ‘Secularisation’ Period of 1904-1920 By Georges Rigault
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The Dreyfus Affair in France, which began in 1894 and was not resolved until 1906, prompted a close scrutiny of anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church. In July 1904, a law proposed banning teaching... More > by religious congregations, which took the St. John the Baptist de La Salle Brothers by surprise. Having contributed so much to the development of education in France, they had never thought they would be included in such draconian legislation. The unexpected crisis affected 11,500 Brothers in France, and it was poorly handled by the Brother Superior Gabriel-Marie and his council. Many French Brothers left to teach elsewhere while others dressed as ordinary citizens to maintain Christian education in France. Find out how the Brothers abroad and the ones who stayed in France’s twenty-four provinces confronted the unexpected challenge in this final volume of a monumental work written by Georges Rigault, which has been translated into English.< Less
A Teaching Brotherhood Finds Its Identity: The ‘Secularisation’ Period of 1904-1920 By Georges Rigault
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The Dreyfus Affair in France, which began in 1894 and was not resolved until 1906, prompted a close scrutiny of anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church. In July 1904, a law proposed banning teaching by... More > religious congregations, which took the St. John the Baptist de La Salle Brothers by surprise. Having contributed so much to the development of education in France, they had never thought they would be included in such draconian legislation. The unexpected crisis affected 11,500 Brothers in France, and it was poorly handled by the Brother Superior Gabriel-Marie and his council. Many French Brothers left to teach elsewhere while others dressed as ordinary citizens to maintain Christian education in France. Find out how the Brothers abroad and the ones who stayed in France’s twenty-four provinces confronted the unexpected challenge in this final volume of a monumental work written by Georges Rigault, which has been translated into English.< Less
Prisoner of Hope: A Young Woman's Terrifying Experience and Courageous Escape from a Modern-day Cult. By Lawrence C. Slater
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Walter Fitzpatrick is a noted Rochester, New York, psychiatrist whose life of fifty-two years has been ended by a single gunshot wound to the head. As the local police department begins its... More > investigation, it appears Fitzpatrick, who specializes in religious cults, has died from suicide. But has he really? While detective Ben Hackett delves into the evidence, Dr. Fitzpatrick’s children become immersed in the aftermath. Kelly is a psychologist from Seattle, Washington. Her wayward twin brother, Kyle, is battling several inner demons. Meanwhile just eighteen miles away, Rosie Sable is just one of several young people being held in a cult compound ruled by the cruel Jonathan Creed. Rosie, who once met Dr. Fitzpatrick, secretly reads his book, clinging to its message of hope and freedom.< Less
Prisoner of Hope: A young woman's terrifying experience and courageous escape from a modern-day cult By Lawrence C. Slater
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Walter Fitzpatrick is a noted Rochester, New York, psychiatrist whose life of fifty-two years has been ended by a single gunshot wound to the head. As the local police department begins its... More > investigation, it appears Fitzpatrick, who specializes in religious cults, has died from suicide. But has he really? While detective Ben Hackett delves into the evidence, Dr. Fitzpatrick’s children become immersed in the aftermath. Kelly is a psychologist from Seattle, Washington. Her wayward twin brother, Kyle, is battling several inner demons. Meanwhile just eighteen miles away, Rosie Sable is just one of several young people being held in a cult compound ruled by the cruel Jonathan Creed. Rosie, who once met Dr. Fitzpatrick, secretly reads his book, clinging to its message of hope and freedom.< Less
Prisoner of Hope: A young woman's terrifying experience and courageous escape from a modern-day cult By Lawrence C. Slater
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Walter Fitzpatrick is a noted Rochester, New York, psychiatrist whose life of fifty-two years has been ended by a single gunshot wound to the head. As the local police department begins its... More > investigation, it appears Fitzpatrick, who specializes in religious cults, has died from suicide. But has he really? While detective Ben Hackett delves into the evidence, Dr. Fitzpatrick’s children become immersed in the aftermath. Kelly is a psychologist from Seattle, Washington. Her wayward twin brother, Kyle, is battling several inner demons. Meanwhile just eighteen miles away, Rosie Sable is just one of several young people being held in a cult compound ruled by the cruel Jonathan Creed. Rosie, who once met Dr. Fitzpatrick, secretly reads his book, clinging to its message of hope and freedom. As she attempts to rebel against Creed, an unlikely hero becomes suspicious about the compound while detective Hackett reconsiders possible suspects, unaware of Kelly’s growing attraction to him.< Less
The Bastard of Glastonbury By J.M. Wilson, Jr.
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Thirty years before Henry VIII began the systematic destruction of the English monasteries, the wealthiest religious community in the country is under attack from a greedy Italian Cardinal and a... More > Spanish assassin charged with eliminating one of the young monks whose very existence threatens to undermine the fragile alliance between England and Spain. The Bastard of Glastonbury tells the story of BROTHER THOMAS, a young monk, surrendered to the brothers at a young age, whose life is threatened by those seeking political and economic gain in England’s new regime. Thomas, with the help of an older couple and a troubled young woman, escapes the abbey just as his enemy discovers his identity. Hoping to get Thomas on a boat to France as soon as possible, his protectors rush him to London only to be overtaken by his enemies at the last moment before departure. A vicious fight ensues on the dark wharfs of the Thames River, and Thomas’s escape comes at a heavy price.< Less
Seneca Point A Brandon Webster Mystery By Dan Riker
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When former CIA agent and covert Pentagon operative Brandon Webster investigates the murder of his estranged brother, the famous and powerful Supervisor of the Western New York Town of Lakeside, he... More > finds the identity of the killer is hidden in a web of town and family secrets, and a conspiracy of violence, kidnapping, fraud, and bribery inside a reclusive, and heavily armed religious group. Brandon first operates as a traditional private detective, working with a canny state police investigator. They discover that every suspect is hiding something except for the one who doesn’t have an alibi. When they are unable to uncover hard evidence, Brandon draws on his past life in the shadow world, using deception and disguises, and his skills as an interrogator and a commando, to uncover the town’s secrets, destroy the conspiracy, and force the killer into the open.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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