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A Book of Angels
Stories of Angels in the Bible
$30.00  Inc Tax
$64.00  Inc Tax
Commentary on Psalms H/C
$88.00  Inc Tax
The Read-Aloud Book of Bible Stories
Out of Stock
$33.00  Inc Tax
Bible History
Of the Old and New Testaments
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$44.00  Inc Tax
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$20.00
Loreto Publications
$100.00  Inc Tax
Standard Size Leather Black
$120.00  Inc Tax
Publisher: TAN Books
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$100.00  Inc Tax
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
$50.00  Inc Tax
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
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From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
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From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
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Introduction to the Twelve Apostles from Holy Scripture
$26.00  Inc Tax
The Book of Books
The Old Testament Retold
$25.00  Inc Tax
The New Testament Retold
$25.00  Inc Tax
A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture
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$100.00  Inc Tax
A Child’s Introduction to Scripture
$80.00  Inc Tax
Introduction to the Bible
The Nature, History, Authorship and Content of the Holy Bible with Selections from and Commentaries on the Various Books
$40.00  Inc Tax
The Story of His Life Simply Told
$40.00
People of the New Testament, Book V
People of the New Testament, Book IV
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Book V is specifically devoted to the many women disciples and supporters of Jesus, many also unknown to history. An initial overview sets the stage regarding the primary holy women, who are presented in detail in the second part. Among these are: Mary Heli (elder sister of the Virgin Mary), Mary Cleophas (mother, or stepmother, of five of the apostles), Mary Salome (mother of John and James the Greater), Martha and her sister Mary Magdalene, Maroni (the widow of Nain), Veronica, Susanna and Salome, Mary Mark, Dinah (the Samaritan woman), and Mara the Suphanite. There follows a study of the holy women present at Christ’s death and resurrection. The third, fourth, and fifth parts present other major and minor women disciples of Jesus, as well as his female relations. Perhaps most fascinating of all is Silent Mary, a historically unknown sister of Lazarus, Martha, and Magdalene, with whom Jesus communes immediately before his baptism.

Paperback, 274 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$23.00
A Book of Angels
A Book of Angels

A Book of Angels
Stories of Angels in the Bible
by Marigold Hunt

Angel stories from the Bible — for children!

Modern believers may be tempted to look upon angels as one of the more fanciful elements of Scripture, but this illuminating and entertaining collection of angel stories from the Bible shows that there are just too many angels for them to be metaphorical, allegorical, or unimportant.

So that children will come to know and learn to revere angels, Marigold Hunt explains what angels are (and are not!) and gathers here in one volume most of the stories of angels in the Bible, including exciting tales of:

  • The fallen angels, beginning with the devil himself, tempting Adam and Eve
  • The angel who barred the gates of Eden so Adam and Eve could never enter again
  • The angels who announced that Sara, Abraham's aged wife, would have a baby
  • The angels who tried to save Lot from destruction with the city of Sodom
  • The angel who stayed Abraham's hand as he was about to sacrifice his son Isaac
  • The angels in Jacob's dream who climbed the stairway to Heaven
  • The angels who saved Sidrach, Misach, and Abdenago from the fiery furnace
  • The angel Raphael, who shielded Tobias from death, and protected his wife Sara
  • The angels at the Ascension who chided the apostles for staring at the sky
  • The angel Gabriel, who foretold the birth of Jesus and John the Baptist
  • The choirs of angels who sang above Bethlehem when Jesus was born
  • The angel who carried food to Daniel when he was imprisoned in the lion's den
  • The angel who freed Peter from prison, and, of course:
  • The countless angels who fill the marvelous pages of the Book of Revelation

Children will be charmed by these exciting tales.

Ages 8+

Paperback, 176 pages

Stories of Angels in the Bible
$30.00  Inc Tax
Biblia Sacra
Douay-Rheims and Clementina Vulgata [side-by-side]

Many Catholics are once more discovering the richness of the Church's traditional versions of the Sacred Scriptures.

The Clementine Vulgate was proclaimed the official Latin Bible of the Church after the Reformation. From St. Jerome's time, through the Middle Ages, until vernacular editions were introduced, educated Catholics throughout the world were familiar with the Vulgate.

Those familiar with the Douay Rheims Bible will know that it is one of the most beautiful and accurate Bible translations available today – a word for word translation of the Clementine Vulgate.

Having both Bibles side by side allows us to see exactly where the vernacular translation came from. Even those with limited Latin skills will be able to follow along, using the Douay Rheims translation as an aid. You'll see how the Douay Rheims is a literal translation of the classic Vulgate.

It is a beautiful, captivating read. The Biblia Sacra is not difficult to understand and it doesn't take much study of Latin to be able to get through the texts passably.

Included in this Bible are Challoner's notes, and the texts found in the appendix to the Vulgate, namely 3 and 4 Esdras and the prayer of Manasses (in Latin with an English translation). This makes the Bible totally comprehensive and ideal for theology students.

Owning one of these beautiful Bibles will give you great pleasure each time you read it, and ensure that your family is familiar with sacred scripture in Latin as well as English.

Bound in leather with ornate gold blocked cover and spine. Gilded page edges, head and tail bands and two satin ribbons.

  • The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible, a version universally used in the Church for over 1500 years, itself meticulously translated from the original Hebrew and Greek by St. Jerome (A.D. 340-420).
  • In 1546, the Council of Trent declared the Vulgate Bible as authentic, and declared that "No one (may) dare or presume under any pretext whatsoever to reject it" (4th Session, April 8, 1546).
  • In 1943, Pope Pius XII stated that the continuous use of the Vulgate Bible in the Church for many centuries showed that it was "free from any error whatsoever in matters of faith and morals" (Divino Afflante Spiritu (1943), paragraph 21).
Out of Stock
$181.00  Inc Tax
Douay-Rheims Psalms and New Testament (Burgundy cover)

Ideal for those wanting to carry the New Testament and Psalms at all times for meditation and prayer. This handy volume will easily fit into a shirt pocket or handbag. Bound in leather cover with stitched edges, gold gilt edges and one ribbon.

It uses the same solid Douay-Rheims translation of the New Testament and Psalms as our Bible, and is well organized for prayerful meditation, excellent for evangelism and a great portable gift for graduates and friends alike.

Catholics looking for the traditional Catholic Bible in English should look no further!

In 1546, the Council of Trent declared the Latin Vulgate Bible as authentic, and declared that "No one (may) dare or presume under any pretext whatsoever to reject it" (4th Session, April 8, 1546). The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible, a version universally used in the Church for over 1500 years, itself meticulously translated from the original Hebrew and Greek by St. Jerome (A.D. 340-420).

The Douay-Rheims was completed in 1609, and is therefore older than the King James Version, the oldest Protestant translation still in use, which was published in 1611. The Rheims New Testament was published nearly thirty years earlier, in 1582. Further, the translators of the KJV make specific reference to the Douay version in their translators' preface. It is commonly acknowledged that, in preparing the KJV, the translators made use of the Rheims New Testament and adopted many of its readings in preference to those of other English editions.

Since it was translated quite literally and with great reverence for each individual word from the Vulgate, which in turn reflects the structure of the original languages very clearly, the Douay-Rheims Bible can give great insight into the minds of the sacred authors.

In 1749-1752, Bishop Challoner, knowing that many English Catholics were reading distorted Protestant versions of the Bible such as the King James Version (KJV), made major revisions to the Douay-Rheims version, to improve its readability without diminishing its accuracy. The notes, written by Bishop Challoner are entirely faithful to the teachings of the Holy Catholic Church. The revised Douay-Rheims Bible has been approved by the Church many times over, including the approbation of Cardinal Gibbons for the 1899 edition that Baronius Press is publishing.

For over 300 years, the Douay Rheims Bible was the only Catholic English translation of Scripture used. It continues to be used officially in Catholic churches today.

$46.00
Douay-Rheims Bible(Red)
Imitation Leather (Skivertex) – Durable End Sheets (Permalex)
$64.00  Inc Tax
New-- Saint Joseph Beginner\'s Bible
Saint Joseph Beginner's Bible
'Over forty Bible stories for children. Each story is told in simple, clear language and captured in a captivating full-color illustration. All children will love to read this pocket-size hardcovered book. 96pp'
$16.00  Inc Tax
The Catholic Picture Bible
' Over 100 Catholic Bible stories for boys and girls written in simple clear language that is easy to understand. hardcover, Illus. '
$21.00  Inc Tax
People of the New Testament, Book III
People of the New Testament, Book III
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Book III covers the primary non-apostolic disciples of Jesus, among them: Barnabas, Joseph Barsabbas, Cleophas (of Emmaus), Luke (including his life as painter and healer), Mark, Martialis (the youth of Nain), three Nathaniels (including the bridegroom of Cana), Saturnin (an important early disciple of both John the Baptist and Jesus unknown to history), Simeon, Stephen, and others. The second part documents an extraordinary conversation between Jesus and Eliud the Essene shortly before the baptism in the Jordan, then gives accounts of many lesser-known disciples organized in four categories: civic leaders; pagan officials (including the historically unknown centurion Abenadar, one of the most fascinating figures in the visions); merchants; and other officials. The final selection covers King Abgar and the famous letter that passed between him and Jesus, still a matter of scholarly dispute.

Paperback, 256 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$28.00
The Read-Aloud Book of Bible Stories
The Read-Aloud Book of Bible Stories
'Originally published: The nursery book of Bible stories. London: T.C. and E.C. Jack, between 1907 and 1922? With minor editorial revisions. 293pp'
Out of Stock
$33.00  Inc Tax
Inner Life and Worlds of Soul & Spirit
Inner Life and Worlds of Soul & Spirit
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

The first part of Inner Life and Worlds of Soul & Spirit casts light on the nature of visionary experience, prayer, the rosary, the amen, and ways of healing.

Part two presents both well-known parables and fascinating new teachings, including an allegory of marriage and of stars at birth.

Part three is occupied with heaven and hell, work for “poor souls” in purgatory, the habitations of the heavenly Jerusalem, John’s Book of Revelations, the “Octangular Church,” and the Churches Triumphant and Militant.

Part four focuses on such places as the spring at Matarea, the pool of Bethesda, the holy sepulcher, the praetorium, and the way of the cross in Ephesus.

Part five considers Egyptian star wisdom, the star of the Magi, Jacob’s ladder, the writing of the New Testament, the chalice of the Last Supper, the “twelve new apostles,” dragons, and Satan. The final section presents themes related to Jesus, including his two genealogial trees, baptism, voice, shoulder wound, the cloth used to lower him from the cross, Veronica’s scarf, his mantle, and apparitions upon his death.

Paperback, 256 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$23.00
People of the New Testament, Book I
People of the New Testament, Book I
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Book I
offers the visionary’s account of St. Joseph, the three kings, and John the Baptist and his parents (and their Essene ancestry). There follow compilations on the lives of the apostles Andrew, Simon Peter, James the Greater, and John of Zebedee, including extensive episodes from their travels and missions in the years following the Passion.

Paperback, 288 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$28.00
My Meditations on Saint Paul
My Meditations on Saint Paul
My Meditations on Saint Paul
by Father James Sullivan

With My Meditations on Saint Paul, follow in the missionary footsteps of Saint Paul from Damascus to Rome. Father James Sullivan begins each daily devotional with a scene from Acts of the Apostles or the Epistles of Saint Paul. Filled with rich historical and personal details describing the thoughts and feelings that a disciple must have experienced, Sullivan places you in the midst of the early Christians who heard the words of Saint Paul.

This pocket-sized devotional gives you everything you need to walk with and learn at the feet of the Saint Paul, including:
  • Intimate, personal reflections on the words and acts of Saint Paul
  • Heartfelt prayers, echoing the same prayers and petitions of the great convert and evangelizer
  • Detailed maps chronicling Saint Paul's extensive missionary journeys (p. 557-560)
  • A timeline of St. Paul's life both before and after his dramatic conversion (p. 563-564) 
  • And much more...
After Christ's death and resurrection, Paul became the first Apostle to preach His Good News to non-Jews (Gentiles). This is generally considered the most decisive moment in Church history and Saint Paul was at the center of that moment.

Now, you can travel with Saint Paul on his missionary tours, learn at his feet, and discover how to bring the teachings of Christ to your world. 

Leatherette, pocket size, 567 pages
$23.00  Inc Tax
Bible History
Bible History
Bible History: of the Old and New Testaments
by Fr. Ignatius Schuster

Fr. Ignatius Schuster brings the Bible to life in this powerful textbook for students in junior high. Used in Catholic schools for years, Bible History: Of the Old and New Testaments covers thoroughly and enjoyably the most famous events narrated in the Old and New Covenants. Students will have a wonderful time learning about salvation history—while growing in holiness and understanding of the Sacred Scriptures as well.

Nothing is more important to education than catechesis, and within it, there is arguably nothing more important than Scriptural competency. Give your students the best with Fr. Schuster's Bible History, a trusted mainstay for decades.

This text is suitable for use in Catholic grade schools and homeschool from sixth through eighth grades.

Paperback, 80 beautiful drawings of biblical events, 394 pages
Of the Old and New Testaments
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$44.00  Inc Tax
Mysteries of the Old Testament
Mysteries of the Old Testament
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Mysteries of the Old Testament commences with an account of Joseph and his wife Asenath in Egypt, with special focus on “The Mystery of the Promise”—perhaps the most unique and powerful theme running through all these volumes. Fresh perspectives are offered on Moses, Samson and Delilah, the Nazirites, Elijah and Elisha, Tobias, Ezra, Zoroaster, the Holy Book of Ctesiphon, and the final prophet, Malachi. The second part is thrilling, passing through several stages of the Ark of the Covenant, which reaches its consummation, in its fourth and final form, in the Virgin Mary herself.

Paperback, 184 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
Out of Stock
$20.00
The Holy Bible (Douay-Rheims version)
The Holy Bible - Douay-Rheims
Loreto Publications

The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible, a version universally used in the Church for over 1500 years, itself meticulously translated from the original Hebrew and Greek by St. Jerome (A.D. 340-420). The revised Douay-Rheims of Bishop Challoner Bible has been approved by the Church many times over.  Since it was translated quite literally and with great reverence for each individual word from the Vulgate, which in turn reflects the structure of the original languages very clearly, the Douay-Rheims Bible can give great insight into the minds of the sacred authors.

Hardcover, 1,392 pages, 2 ribbons
Loreto Publications
$100.00  Inc Tax
The Holy Bible Douay Rheims Version
'The Douay-Rheims is the most accurate English translation of the Bible available today. It was the only Catholic translation of Scripture commonly in use for over 200 years and we believe it is still the most accurate English translation. Annotations, references and an historical and chronological index make it convenient for study as well as meditation. This is the only edition available with the words of Christ in red! Includes updated full color New Testament maps, beautiful pictures depicting the life of Christ. 1408pp'
Standard Size Leather Black
$120.00  Inc Tax
Douay-Rheims Bible Burgundy
Saint Benedict Press is a proud publisher of the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE), the first major update to the New American Bible (NAB) text in twenty years. Reflecting the work of nearly 100 scholars and extensively reviewed and approved by the USCCB, the NABRE takes into account the best current scholarship as well as the new discovery of ancient manuscripts that improve our knowledge and understanding of the Biblical text. With its extensive notes, commentary, and cross-references, the NABRE will promote a deeper love and understanding of Scripture in the home, parish, and school. In addition to its wealth of study material, each Saint Benedict Press NABRE features a 3-year liturgical cycle of Sunday readings, a 2-year liturgical cycle of daily Mass readings, a listing of Popes, and a manual of favorite Catholic prayers. Features include: Extensive notes, commentary and cross-references, elegant, readable typesetting, gilded page edges, beautiful Old Masters art and full-color maps, Presentation and Family Record sections, Premium UltraSoft cover.
Publisher: TAN Books
Out of Stock
$100.00  Inc Tax
Douay-Rheims Bible (Pocket size, White cover, Baronius Press)

Catholics looking for the traditional Catholic Bible in English should look no further!

In 1546, the Council of Trent declared the Latin Vulgate Bible as authentic, and declared that "No one (may) dare or presume under any pretext whatsoever to reject it" (4th Session, April 8, 1546). The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible, a version universally used in the Church for over 1500 years, itself meticulously translated from the original Hebrew and Greek by St. Jerome (A.D. 340-420).

The Douay-Rheims was completed in 1609, and is therefore older than the King James Version, the oldest Protestant translation still in use, which was published in 1611. The Rheims New Testament was published nearly thirty years earlier, in 1582. Further, the translators of the KJV make specific reference to the Douay version in their translators' preface. It is commonly acknowledged that, in preparing the KJV, the translators made use of the Rheims New Testament and adopted many of its readings in preference to those of other English editions.

Since it was translated quite literally and with great reverence for each individual word from the Vulgate, which in turn reflects the structure of the original languages very clearly, the Douay-Rheims Bible can give great insight into the minds of the sacred authors.

In 1749-1752, Bishop Challoner, knowing that many English Catholics were reading distorted Protestant versions of the Bible such as the King James Version (KJV), made major revisions to the Douay-Rheims version, to improve its readability without diminishing its accuracy. The notes, written by Bishop Challoner are entirely faithful to the teachings of the Holy Catholic Church. The revised Douay-Rheims Bible has been approved by the Church many times over, including the approbation of Cardinal Gibbons for the 1899 edition that Baronius Press is publishing.

For over 300 years, the Douay Rheims Bible was the only Catholic English translation of Scripture used. It continues to be used officially in Catholic churches today.

Features:

  • Leather bound cover with stitched edges
  • Gold gilt edged pages and 2 ribbons.
  • Completely retypeset to reproduce the original 1899 edition, making reading much easier.
  • Eleven coloured maps digitally redrawn by hand and fully coloured
  • 32 beautiful engravings that recreate key moments in Biblical History
  • Family Register section
  • Included in this edition – Three Papal encyclicals regarding the importance of the Holy Bible.
    • PROVIDENTISSIMUS DEUS - Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII - On the Study of Holy Scripture
    • SPIRITUS PARACLITUS - Encyclical of Pope Benedict XV - On St. Jerome
    • DIVINO AFFLANTE SPIRITU - Encyclical of Pope Pius XII - On Promoting Biblical Studies, Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Providentissimus Deus
$74.00  Inc Tax
Douay-Rheims Bible (Standard size, white cover, Baronius Press)

Douay-Rheims Bible - Standard size, white cover,
by Baronius Press

In 1546, the Council of Trent declared the Latin Vulgate Bible as authentic, and declared that "No one (may) dare or presume under any pretext whatsoever to reject it" (4th Session, April 8, 1546). The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible, a version universally used in the Church for over 1500 years, itself meticulously translated from the original Hebrew and Greek by St. Jerome (A.D. 340-420).

The Douay-Rheims was completed in 1609, and is therefore older than the King James Version, the oldest Protestant translation still in use, which was published in 1611. The Rheims New Testament was published nearly thirty years earlier, in 1582. Further, the translators of the KJV make specific reference to the Douay version in their translators' preface. It is commonly acknowledged that, in preparing the KJV, the translators made use of the Rheims New Testament and adopted many of its readings in preference to those of other English editions.

Since it was translated quite literally and with great reverence for each individual word from the Vulgate, which in turn reflects the structure of the original languages very clearly, the Douay-Rheims Bible can give great insight into the minds of the sacred authors.

In 1749-1752, Bishop Challoner, knowing that many English Catholics were reading distorted Protestant versions of the Bible such as the King James Version (KJV), made major revisions to the Douay-Rheims version, to improve its readability without diminishing its accuracy. The notes, written by Bishop Challoner are entirely faithful to the teachings of the Holy Catholic Church. The revised Douay-Rheims Bible has been approved by the Church many times over, including the approbation of Cardinal Gibbons for the 1899 edition that Baronius Press is publishing.

For over 300 years, the Douay Rheims Bible was the only Catholic English translation of Scripture used. It continues to be used officially in Catholic churches today.

Features:

  • Leather bound cover with stitched edges
  • Gold gilt edged pages and 2 ribbons.
  • Completely retypeset to reproduce the original 1899 edition, making reading much easier.
  • Eleven coloured maps digitally redrawn by hand and fully coloured
  • 32 beautiful engravings that recreate key moments in Biblical History
  • Family Register section
  • Included in this edition – Three Papal encyclicals regarding the importance of the Holy Bible.
    • PROVIDENTISSIMUS DEUS - Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII - On the Study of Holy Scripture
    • SPIRITUS PARACLITUS - Encyclical of Pope Benedict XV - On St. Jerome
    • DIVINO AFFLANTE SPIRITU - Encyclical of Pope Pius XII - On Promoting Biblical Studies, Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Providentissimus Deus
$102.00  Inc Tax
St John and the Apocalypse
St John and the Apocalypse
St John and the Apocalypse
by C.C. Martindale

One of the world's greatest unsolved mysteries is the Book of Revelation. The faithful have tried to decode the meaning of the Apocalypse for centuries. Finally, here is the accessible book you need to assist you in reflecting upon the epic battle it contains and its reverberations. The prophecies of St. John the Evangelist brought dire warnings not just to the pagan culture and lukewarm faithful of his time, but also exhort our blasphemous society and apathetic believers today.

Learn about events that were foretold and have taken place, as well as prophecies that await fulfillment. Be amazed at how the mystical experiences of St. John lead us to a deeper understanding of and appreciation for the holy sacrifice of the Mass, worship, and adoration of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist. Amidst rebukes for immorality, the Apocalypse also contains an invitation: remain faithful and your name will be written in the Book of Life, you will partake in the wedding feast of the Lamb.

In St. John and the Apocalypse, C.C. Martindale, S.J. elucidates historical and theological interpretations of the Apocalypse, from Roman times to present. He synthesizes and outlines the structure of Revelation, while reflecting upon its essence as the inspired word of God, its literary value, and influences.

Unpack the significance of the number seven throughout the Apocalypse and the import of the seven seals, cities, mysteries, angels, lampstands, plagues, and trumpets. Understand the meaning of 666, the reign of "a thousand years," and the battle between the Woman and the Dragon more deeply.

You will recognize how St. John's prophecies in the Apocalypse transcend Old Testament prophecies. Fr. Martindale will guide you in cross-referencing parallel passages and pondering the magnitude of their meaning.

Paperback, 160 pages
$36.00  Inc Tax
Spiritual Works and Journeys
Spiritual Works and Journeys
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

In parts one and two of Spiritual Works and Journeys, the visionary speaks of “action in vision” in the “nuptial house” and “vineyard,” whereby she labors for souls.

Parts three and four continue this theme in a wider framework, such as the “two churches,” “planetary influences,” St. Michael and spiritual warfare, and the Church Militant.

Part five recounts fascinating spiritual journeys on behalf of the well-being of the souls of others.

Paperback, 244 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$20.00
First Beginnings
First Beginnings
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

First Beginnings commences with the visionary’s account of Creation, the Fall of the Angels, the formation of the Earth and Paradise, and the mysterious Mountain of the Prophets. The second part presents Adam and Eve, the Trees of Life and Knowledge, the Fall of Humankind, the Promise of the Redeemer, Cain and Abel, the Children of God, the Giants, Enoch, Noah, the Tower of Babel, and such ancient figures as Hom, Jamshid, Nimrod, Derketo, Semiramis, and Melchizedek, concluding with Job. The third part offers fascinating new insights into the lives and missions of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Paperback, 192 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$28.00
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations Volume 3
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations Volume 3
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

This is third volume in a set that records the visions of the famous 19th-century Catholic mystic, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, a nun who was privileged by God to behold innumerable events of biblical times, going back all the way to the creation of the world. She witnessed the fall of the Angels; the sin of Adam; Noah and the Flood; and the lives of St. John the Baptist, St. Anne, St. Joseph, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Mary Magdalen. In these accounts, what shines through most is the indelible, infinite love of God for all mankind.

Anne Catherine's visions also included the birth, life, public ministry, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, as well as the founding of His Church. Besides describing persons, places, events, and traditions in intimate detail, Anne Catherine Emmerich also sets forth the mystical significance of these visible realities. Here is the infinite love of God incarnate and made manifest for all to see, made all the more striking and vivid by the accounts Blessed Anne has relayed. 

The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations: From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich is beyond doubt one of the most extraordinary books ever published, simply because it is the story of the Bible and the Gospels, but elucidated in the most vivid manner since the Four Evangelists themselves. May it bring much fruit to your meditation.

This is Volume 3 of the 4-volume set, Impr. 2;623 pages

Paperback, 616 pages
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
$50.00  Inc Tax
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations volume 1
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations volume 1
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

This is first volume in a set that records the visions of the famous 19th-century Catholic mystic, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, a nun who was privileged by God to behold innumerable events of biblical times, going back all the way to the creation of the world. She witnessed the fall of the Angels; the sin of Adam; Noah and the Flood; and the lives of St. John the Baptist, St. Anne, St. Joseph, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Mary Magdalen. In these accounts, what shines through most is the indelible, infinite love of God for all mankind.

Anne Catherine's visions also included the birth, life, public ministry, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, as well as the founding of His Church. Besides describing persons, places, events, and traditions in intimate detail, Anne Catherine Emmerich also sets forth the mystical significance of these visible realities. Here is the infinite love of God incarnate and made manifest for all to see, made all the more striking and vivid by the accounts Blessed Anne has relayed. 

The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations: From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich is beyond doubt one of the most extraordinary books ever published, simply because it is the story of the Bible and the Gospels, but elucidated in the most vivid manner since the Four Evangelists themselves. May it bring much fruit to your meditation.

This is Volume 1 of the 4-volume set, Impr. 2,623 pages

Paperback, 528 pages
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
$50.00  Inc Tax
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations volume 4
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations volume 4
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

This is fourth volume in a set that records the visions of the famous 19th-century Catholic mystic, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, a nun who was privileged by God to behold innumerable events of biblical times, going back all the way to the creation of the world. She witnessed the fall of the Angels; the sin of Adam; Noah and the Flood; and the lives of St. John the Baptist, St. Anne, St. Joseph, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Mary Magdalen. In these accounts, what shines through most is the indelible, infinite love of God for all mankind.

Anne Catherine's visions also included the birth, life, public ministry, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, as well as the founding of His Church. Besides describing persons, places, events, and traditions in intimate detail, Anne Catherine Emmerich also sets forth the mystical significance of these visible realities. Here is the infinite love of God incarnate and made manifest for all to see, made all the more striking and vivid by the accounts Blessed Anne has relayed.

The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations: From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich is beyond doubt one of the most extraordinary books ever published, simply because it is the story of the Bible and the Gospels, but elucidated in the most vivid manner since the Four Evangelists themselves. May it bring much fruit to your meditation.

This is Volume 4 of the 4-volume set, Impr. 2,623 pages

Paperback, 496 pages
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
$50.00  Inc Tax
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations Volume 2
The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations Volume 2
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

This is second volume in a set that records the visions of the famous 19th-century Catholic mystic, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, a nun who was privileged by God to behold innumerable events of biblical times, going back all the way to the creation of the world. She witnessed the fall of the Angels; the sin of Adam; Noah and the Flood; and the lives of St. John the Baptist, St. Anne, St. Joseph, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Mary Magdalen. In these accounts, what shines through most is the indelible, infinite love of God for all mankind.

Anne Catherine's visions also included the birth, life, public ministry, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, as well as the founding of His Church. Besides describing persons, places, events, and traditions in intimate detail, Anne Catherine Emmerich also sets forth the mystical significance of these visible realities. Here is the infinite love of God incarnate and made manifest for all to see, made all the more striking and vivid by the accounts Blessed Anne has relayed.

The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations: From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich is beyond doubt one of the most extraordinary books ever published, simply because it is the story of the Bible and the Gospels, but elucidated in the most vivid manner since the Four Evangelists themselves. May it bring much fruit to your meditation.

This is Volume 2 of the 4-volume set, Impr. 2,623 pages

Paperback, 504 pages
From the Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
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Holy Bible Haydock Hardcover

For those of you who do not know about this wonderful Bible, here is some information:

The Haydock Bible is a larger-print (12 point) format Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible with a comprehensive Catholic commentary (210 sources used!) and an illustrated Catholic Bible Dictionary and History of the Books of Holy Scripture reproduced from the 1859 edition of Fr. Haydock, whose superb explanations and commentary take up about one-half to two-thirds of each page. The commentary is drawn largely from the Fathers and Doctors of the Church - Absolutely invaluable!

The copious commentary (which is not large print) and accompanying dictionary make it the best English Bible available if you want to understand Holy Scripture. If you want a Bible that is not just the Word of God but will help you to understand the Word of God, then look no further! Old Testament with engravings and illustrations, Space for recording family births, marriages, and deaths, Tables (Biblical weights and measures, etc.), Historical and Chronological Index, New Testament with illustrated Bible Dictionary, Historical and Chronological Index and History of the Books of the Catholic Bible.

Perfect for Confirmation or Wedding gifts!

Previous editions were in two softcover volumes. This edition is one hard cover volume on fine Bible paper with a gold-leaf image on the burgundy leather cover along with a satin ribbon marker. Size is 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches.

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People of the New Testament, Book IV
People of the New Testament, Book IV
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Book IV covers the early friends and minor disciples of Jesus (many unknown to history), among them: Ananias, Jonadab, Parmenas, Joel, Jonah, Jonathan, Manasseh, Simon of Cyrene, Simon Zabulon, and Zadoch. There follow summaries of the temporal sequence of the calling of the disciples, and of their geographical and familial origins. The third part covers Jesus’s historically unknown journey to Cyprus. The fourth details the likewise unknown journey of Jesus to the East some months before his crucifixion to visit the two of the Three Kings still living. The final part offers a summary of the opponents of Jesus, including much on the little-known sect of the Herodians.

Paperback, 254 pages

Also available in hardcover on request (additional cost)
$23.00
People of the New Testament, Book II
People of the New Testament, Book II
By Anne Catherine Emmerich

Book II presents nine apostles: Philip, Bartholomew, James the Less, Thomas, Judas Iscariot, Matthew, Judas Thaddeus, Simon, and Matthias, followed by Paul and several disciples connected with him. Descriptions of apostolic journeys following the Passion are given here also, especially in the case of Thomas’s journeys to the East. The second part, entitled Lazarus and His Friends (The Secret Disciples), covers Lazarus (including his later life in France), the close friends Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea, Simeon of the Temple and his sons, Simon of Bethany, John Mark, and Amandor (son of Veroncia), among others.

Paperback, 258 pages

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The Twelve

The Twelve
Introduction to the Twelve Apostles from Holy Scripture
by E. Mary Christie

Journey through the gospels with author E. Mary Christie as she creates a narrative for each apostle explaining the places in which they lived and the people and events that made up their lives before, during, and after Christ called them to be His chosen disciples.


We owe so much to the twelve apostles and their lives of heroic sanctity. Not only did these twelve men shape the Mass, and the Liturgy that surrounds it, but they gave us the Sacred Traditions of the Church which we still follow and keep as an essential part of our lives today.

This delightful little book is an easy read and is perfect for anyone who wishes to learn more about the men Christ chose to lead His Church and spread His Gospels.  

Paperback, 146 pages 

Introduction to the Twelve Apostles from Holy Scripture
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Wonder Stories of God's People

Wonder Stories of God's People
by Rev. P. Henry Matimore

This second volume in the Madonna Series, intended for the fourth grade, follows on from the Bible stories found in its predecessor, A Child’s Garden of Religion Stories.  Where that volume focused on the early portions of the Old Testament, including the stories of Creation, of Abraham and of the Exodus, this one begins with Jacob and his son Joseph, then jumps ahead to the stories of Samson and David, Job, Daniel and Esther.  Likewise, where the first volume presented the birth and early life of Christ, here we find the stories of His Miracles as well as His Passion and Death.  Finally we end with several stories of the Saints, from St. Ignatius of Antioch to St. Bernadette and Our Lady of Lourdes.

This book has been printed in full colour with a hardcover binding because of its beautiful illustrations!

Hardcover, size 5.83" x 8.27", 368 pages

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The Book of Books
The Book of Books
The Book of Books
The Old Testament Retold
by Henri Daniel-Rops

The Bible is less read and less familiar than it once was, and we need to rediscover its riches. How better to do that than through this delightful retelling by a master storyteller of the sacred tales of the Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Covenant made between God and His people? In these pages, the greatest adventures of Hebrew history unfold vividly before your eyes. Moses and the sojourn in Egypt, the wars between the Jewish kingdoms, the glory of David and of Solomon, the building of God's Temple in Jerusalem, and the Babylonian Exile of the Jewish people. By means of centuries of struggles of the Jewish prophets and heroes, God was preparing the world for the revelation of His Son.

Paperback, 166 pages
The Old Testament Retold
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Book of Life
Book of Life
The New Testament Retold
by Henri Daniel-Rops

Henri Daniel-Rops takes us back to the very foundation of Christianity, to the secret meetings of a persecuted community, and back even further to the life of the One who changed the world forever.

Beginning with the appearance of the Angel to a young girl in Nazareth, he traces the fascinating story of Christ, His youth, teaching ministry, first disciples, many miracles . . . and, in the end, His betrayal, trial, and death on the Cross.

That end made a new beginning, for then comes the triumphant Resurrection, and the final appearances of Jesus in His earthly body before He is taken up to heaven, leaving us the Eucharist and the other sacraments that enable us to share in His divine life.

It s a story that can t be told too often, a story for young and old, rich and poor: the story of our salvation.

Paperback, 176 pages

The New Testament Retold
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Douay-Rheims Bible (Pocket size, Burgundy cover, Baronius Press)
' No pocket edition of Douay-Rheims Bible has been in print for decades. Includes Encyclical Letters, engravings and colour maps, printed on the high quality paper and bound in real Morocco Leather with gold edges and two ribbons. It is available as a flexible cover edition in black, burgundy or white colour. Approximate size of 3.9" x 6.3" x 1.4" (width x height x thickness). The text is set in CenturyExpandedBT font, size 6pt. '
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A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture
A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture
'This book is a great introductory Bible study all by itself - for it brings out the Catholic teachings that are hidden in Sacred Scripture! A famous book - one which received recommendations from 14 bishops when first published and which went through at least 16 editions - this commentary is not a work for scholars; but rather a very practical book for the ordinary Catholic. Impr. 876 pgs; PB 992pp'
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The Bible in Pictures
The Bible in Pictures is a gorgeous cloth-bound, silver-foiled, large format pictorial reader for young children. It works perfectly as a book for children to read by themselves or with an adult or just to flip through and enjoy the images. 

Truly an heirloom book that will be passed down and treasured for years to come. 

Contains the major stories of the Bible summarized with pictures inserted in each sentence to engage the child’s imagination, assist with their reading skills, and cultivate a love of the Bible from an early age.  In these modern times it is more important than ever to provide wholesome forms of entertainment for our children. This Bible in Pictures does just that!
A gift that is sure to delight!
9.5" x 12.25" Hardbound with ribbon. 266 pp
A Child’s Introduction to Scripture
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Introduction to the Bible
Introduction to the Bible
This book includes the true meaning of Inspiration, guidelines to understanding the Bible and the Chuch's role as the Bible\\'s official interpreter. Also gives an introduction to each of the Bible's 72 books, with well-chosen Scriptural passages from most of the books that render a representative example of what they are like and about. First published in 1932, it is nevertheless not dated; the information contained here remains as valid as the traditional Catholic teaching it presents. 334pp
The Nature, History, Authorship and Content of the Holy Bible with Selections from and Commentaries on the Various Books
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Jesus of Nazareth
Jesus of Nazareth
by Mother Mary Loyola

In 1906, Mother Mary Loyola was asked to write the story of Our Lord for American missionaries.  Her writing style had so endeared her to children the world over that, despite the many excellent versions of this Greatest Story Ever Told, its publishers were confident that it would bring its readers closer to Our Lord.

Though it was originally intended for children, like most of Mother Loyola's work, it has a very broad appeal across all ages.  For this reason, the same book was subsequently published under the current title--The Story of His Life Simply Told--as a way to encourage adults that this story is not for children alone.

Thus, while the content of this book is exactly the same as Jesus of Nazareth: The Story of His Life Written for Children, even down to the illustrations, we have followed the lead of these earlier publishers and created this edition for adult sensibilities.

Paperback, size 5.5" x 8.5", 460 pages

The Story of His Life Simply Told
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My Daily Psalms Book: The Book of Psalms Arranged for Each Day of the Week
My Daily Psalms Book: The Book of Psalms Arranged for Each Day of the Week
The Perfect Prayer Book - Authored by God Himself The Church gives us many prayers. But after the prayers of the Mass, none are more hallowed than the Psalms\xe2\x80\x94where God Himself teaches us to pray in words inspired by the Holy Spirit. Arranged by Father Joseph Frey, My Daily Psalm Book features a beautiful, solemn, but readable text, adorned with nearly 200 stirring illustrations by artist Ariel Agemian. In My Daily Psalm Book, these powerful prayers are presented in compact size, perfect for pocket or purse. Take out and read in spare moments or brief periods of reflection throughout the day. My Daily Psalm Book is a simple Divine Office for lay people to pray the Psalms assigned to each day of the week. Or follow your own schedule, returning to favorite Psalms or using the helpful guide to find those Psalms specially suited to personal occasions and needs, including: \xe2\x80\xa2 Dealing with depression and discouragement \xe2\x80\xa2 Managing excessive pride\xe2\x80\x94as well as timidity \xe2\x80\xa2 Preparation for Confession and Adoration \xe2\x80\xa2 Times of need, sickness, and trouble In addition, My Daily Psalm Book includes a numerical index of Psalms (p. 365), a guide on how to pray the Psalms and a section to record your favorite Psalms and page numbers for easy-access at any time. The psalms are the vital presentation of God's inspirations and man's aspirations; they are the ideal manifestations of man's hunger and thirst after God and of God's loving response to man. Of great age, they are ever new and appropriate. My Daily Psalm Book opens up these treasures, making them accessible to laypeople so that they may join in the prayer of Church and turn to the Psalms in time of need. A portion of the proceeds from every purchase of this Confraternity of the Precious Blood title go directly to The Sisters Adorers of the Precious Blood in Brooklyn, NY to support them in their vocation. 368pp
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