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The Gauntlet

One misty summer afternoon, Peter Staunton was wandering near the ruined castle of Carreg Cennen in the hill country of the Welsh border. He stumbles across a rusted metal gauntlet and idly slips it on his hand. This is the start of an adventure that takes him back in time to the 14th century, when his Norman ancestors held the castle.

Now, as Peter de Blois, he is plunged into a bewildering medieval world of chivalry and honor, of archery and falconry, of grand feasts and castles, but most of all, of heart pounding jousting tournaments. But all these rousing pastimes ominously give way to a rebellion among the Welsh tribes, culminating in a fierce assault on the castle fortress and its Norman defenders. Surrounded and outnumbered, the Normans must get word of the attack to the nearest castle. The only way out is down an immense cliff wall. Can Peter make the climb in time?

A finely authentic picture of life in the 14th century.

These rousing pastimes give way to ominous rebellion. Suddenly besieged in their castle, surrounded and outnumbered, these Normans are in peril. Will Peter now be the only one who can save the day?

Hardcover, 248 pages.

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Burning Faith
Burning Faith
'The Saga of the People of Holy Martyrs Continues in the sequel to Glory of the Olive "Fr. Riley motioned that it was time to leave, and she stood up reluctantly. They were not allowed to stay for the interment. It was forbidden. There were a great many things they were not allowed to do since the rise of Yeshue ben Dan, the emperor of the world, the man who called himself the King of Kings, the Anointed One The Catholics knew him as Antichrist." From Burning Faith Susan Claire Potts 272pp'
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The Tremaynes and the Masterful Monk
The Tremaynes and the Masterful Monk
' Part VI in the Fr. Dudley series. The novel is a character study, the story of an ugly, unlikable man who seemed unredeemable. In the event, he proved otherwise - owing to the monk acting on the principle of the potentially reclaimable deep down. 333 pp hardcover. '
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The Little Duke

This is the exciting tale of the boy who would become King Richard the Fearless. After suddenly losing his father, King William of the Long Sword, a very young Richard experiences many hardships and sorrows. However, with the help of his loyal friends, Richard overcomes capture and many other obstacles in his quest to succeed his father. The Little Duke is an inspiring story for all Catholic youth, and therefore, an excellent addition to any family library. Along with Outlaws of Ravenhurst and Men of Iron, The Little Duke ranks among younger readers as one of the best ever.

Hardcover, 240 pages.

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Windswept House
Windswept House
'An international cadre of top-level conspirators sets out to create a single global society by using the Vatican and its embattled pope to realize their ambitious and deadly schemes 646pp'
A Vatican Novel
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A Soldier Surrenders
A Soldier Surrenders
' There are very few stories written about the life of St. Camillus, but his life story is one that both the young and old would do well to hear. In a style very captivating, Mrs. Peek imparts the fascinating story of this great saint who - at an early and rebellious age - went off to become a 16th century soldier-of-fortune. A belligerent and often brash young soldier, this self-seeking Camillus de Lellis frequently gives in to his passion for gambling and drinking, leaving him, for the most part, in dire straits. And though he sometimes cooperates with grace, he always seems to find himself back in trouble. Ultimately pushed to the brink of utter despair and humiliation, this stray and obstinate soul finally surrenders to the King of Kings, and the soldier of fortune becomes a soldier of Christ. An inspiring story of perseverance and the eventual surrender to the Divine Will. '
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Come Rack! Come Rope!
Come Rack! Come Rope!
' The ONLY unabridged version of this title currently in print. A time when priests travelled in disguise and had to be hid by the faithful. Families heard Mass and received the Sacraments in secret -but a traitor in the midst could mean capture, torture and death for the undercover priest. Provides vivid descriptions and profound insights to the persecutions of Catholics during the age of the English Protestant Reformation. 469pp, hard cover, ages 16 + '
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Glory of the Olive
Glory of the Olive
'The time of prophecy approaches. The world is in turmoil. Wars, terrorism, disturbances of nature convulse civilization. A new pope moves to restore the dignity and splendor of age-old Catholic tradition and a bitter conflict ensues. Revolution threatens. The lines are sharply drawn between those who reject his mandate and those who embrace it. In a small city in Michigan, the people of Holy Martyrs parish\xe2\x80\x94Dr. Catherine Anderson, the school principal, Fr. Thomas Riley, the parish priest, the Fortunatas, and a host of courageous and likable people\xe2\x80\x94fight against the encroaching evil. A slice of Catholic life in a world that seems as remote as a distant land but which is as fresh as morning, bringing hope and, ultimately, triumph. A novel in which the main characters strive for what is good and beautiful and true. 296pp'
A Novel of the Time of Tribulation
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The Boy Knight of Reims
The Boy Knight of Reims
Jean D'Orbais was born under the shadow of Reims Cathedral. From his earliest childhood he sees it growing in beauty through the efforts of the master craftsmen who are at work on it. When he is ten years old, he is apprenticed to a goldsmith, and begins his education in the arts. The story of his career, his escapades, his ambitions, and his final success, is enthralling. But it is not Jean alone who interests us. Through his eyes the child sees the bustling town of Reims in the fourteenth century, with its crafts and guilds, its merchants and its beggars, its nobles and its soldiers. He hears too of the Maid of Orleans, and her fight for France. Miss Lownsbery combines historic truth and accuracy with an interesting and living story. No textbook would give a child so vivid a picture as this does, and few other stories will so completely capture his imagination.
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Father Brown
Father Brown
'Father Brown first made his appearance in "The Innocence of Father Brown" in 1911. This collection contains all of the Father Brown stories, showing thr quiet wit and compassion that has endeared him to many, whilst solving his mysteries by a mixture of imagination and a sympathetic worldliness in a totally believable manner. 411pp'
Selected Stories
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Lord of the World
Lord of the World
' A prophetic novel on the Antichrist! This novel, written in 1906, takes place around the year 2000. Msgr. Benson\'s prophetic insight is exciting and accurate and gives the reader a glimpse into the immediate future and the growth of Antichrist. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen says "The three great apocalyptic pieces of literature dealing with the advent of the satanic are Father Hugh Benson\'s '
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Lay Siege to Heaven
Lay Siege to Heaven
' De Wohl devotes his talents to one of the most extraordinary women of all time, St. Catherine of Siena. She persuaded the Pope to return to Rome; she performed miracles, she received the stigmata, she drew about her a crowd of devoted people. She really did lay siege to heaven. 346pp, sewn softcover '
A Novel on St Catherine of Siena
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Initiation
Initiation
' Who was young Sir Neville Fanning? Why did he call himself a Catholic, and at the same time, lament that he wasn\'t a very good one? He was convinced that there was something deeper than conventional religion. Denying the cross again and again, he couldn\'t bear to suffer - even though at every turn Our Lord called him to Himself. He simply could not see the point in submitting to the Divine Will. His "initiation" is a beautiful story of how the surrender was asked - and then won in the end! 447pp, hardcover, ages 16 + '
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Shadows and Images
Shadows and Images
'In nineteenth-century England, a young Protestant woman named Clem becomes friends with clergyman John Henry Newman, elopes with a Roman Catholic man with a colorful reputation, and converts to Catholicism. 275pp'
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You and Thousands Like You
You and Thousands Like You
' Written in the form of An Open Letter to the Men and Women of Today (1949), this dynamic book constitutes an excellent apologetic for the Catholic Faith. It shows what Christianity means and involves, and demonstrates how its practice could stave off the impending disaster which looms over our world. Fr. Dudley\'s presentation is logical, forceful and thought-provoking. He writes in a vivid and dynamic style familiar to his readers. "If certain things I shall say are resented, please believe me that it is not my intention to hurt, but only to draw attention to the truth. A quality of truth is that it hurts when refused; when accepted it no longer hurts". 157pp sewn hardcover. '
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Where Valor Lies
Where Valor Lies
With color and vigor, the authors capture the spirit of the Crusades in the exciting story of one boy's experience as he is swept into the drama of a great historical movement. Hardcover with dust jacket, 186 pages.
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The Iron Gate
The Iron Gate
'The War was over. It was the greatest cataclysm the world had ever known. Cities had fallen and the rivers turned to blood. Strange powers had been unleashed. There were prodigies in the air and magic in the night. The sun was dimmed by the clouds of war and the moon no longer gave her light. The men who survived struggled for power. In the end, a new and revolutionary kingdom was established. Its name was Mortos. 248pp'
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Pagent of Life
Pagent of Life
' Part IV in the Fr. Dudley series, a tale of human respect. In this book, Fr. Dudley endeavors to present an antithesis to that modern cowardice which manifests itself in the vogue for the vague and non-committal; the convenient dilettantism which questions everything and holds nothing. 343 pp hardcover. '
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The Shadow on the Earth
The Shadow on the Earth
' Part II of the Fr. Dudley series. This novel depicts the different perspectives of optimism and pessimism pitted against each other - a story of good versus evil at its best. Set in a Benedictine monastery, this great read leads to a deepened understanding of the answer to the problem of pain and suffering. 143 pp hardcover. '
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The Masterful Monk
The Masterful Monk
Part III in the Fr. Dudley series. In a vivid portrayal of the philosophical problem of human happiness, Fr. Dudley lays out for the reader the now all-too-familiar attack on mankind's innate sense of morality. Temptations of materialism were never stronger than they are today, yet here they are embodied in a novel from 1945! 314 pp hardcover.
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The Coming of the Monster
The Coming of the Monster
' Part V of the Fr. Dudley series portrays the modern revolt against God and the moral law. An unusual mystery that leads you on a "journey of the mind" - and body! - with scenes set in Leningrad, Lourdes, Paris, and Hollywood. 275 pp hardcover. '
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Magellan\'s Gold
Magellan's Gold
' Magellan\'s Gold is an exciting adventure story. The quest for Magellan\'s long-lost treasure begins in Spain during the 1937 Spanish Civil War with stops in Connecticut, Brazil, Argentina, Tierra del Fuego and ends in...well, read and find out! Hammer was in Brett Stacy\'s office when he received the telegram from \'Arthur Fonsworth.\' "Urgent! Meet me at Cabana Hotel in Buenos Aires. Fantastic adventure awaits and discovery of greatest importance. Bring TDF maps." He told Brett that \'Arthur Fonsworth\' was an alias used by the world famous finder of valuable ancient artifacts, Alex Rensbrooke. Brett agreed to send Hammer to meet him but, little did either man know what peril and excitement lay ahead. '
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The Blue Gonfalon at the First Crusades
The Blue Gonfalon at the First Crusades
Ever since he could remember, Bennet wanted to become a knight. No matter that he was the son of an armorer on the estate of Lord Godfrey, Duke of Lorraine; no matter that a peasant's son could never see the realization of such a fantastic dream. In his few spare moments, Bennet practices a rigorous training routine, hoping that somehow he might be selected as a castle squire - the first step toward his goal. Then one day Peter the Hermit rode through Lorraine, describing atrocities commited by infidels in Jerusalem and calling for an army of Christians to march to Palenstine. Bennet's chance had come at last, for when Godfrey took the crusader's cross, he asked Bennet to accompany him to the Holy Land as his squire. With the blue gonfalon flying at the head of the French troops, Bennet began the long journey to Jerusalem - toward adventure, danger, and the possibility that a courageous deed would make his dream of knighthood come true. A panorama of Europe in 1099 unfolds in Margaret Ann Hubbard's thrilling story of the First Crusade.
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The Blood Red Crescent and the Battle of Lepanto
The Blood Red Crescent and the Battle of Lepanto
It was fall 1570, and rumors of an invasion by the Turks were spreading throughout Venice. Down by the docks, Guido Callata listened to the sailors as they discussed past battles and speculated about more fighting in the future. From the altar of St. Mark's, a message from His Holiness Pope Pius V had been read, calling for crusade to repel Turkish advances. A fleet of Venetian and Spanish vessels would be assembled, and Guido's father, like other wealthy Venetians, had agreed to build and equip a galley for the Christian fleet. Secretly, Guido hoped to sail to battle with his father's crew; instead, he was whisked off to the safety of a monastery, far from the excitement of the Venetian waterfront. How Guido finally manages to join the fleet and help to defeat the Turks in the memorable Battle of Lepanto is a colorful tale of danger, suspense, and adventure in sixteenth-century Italy.
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Ivanhoe
Ivanhoe
' A fascinating tale of the young noble, Ivanhoe, returned home from the Crusades to claim his inheritance and the love of his childhood friend, Princess Rowena. But nothing good comes without struggle. Ivanhoe becomes involved in the struggle for the crown, takes part in the heart-pounding tournament at Ashyby-de-la-Zouche, befriends a fellow by the name of Robin Hood and his merry men, and is forced to trial by combat with the fierce Knight Templar, Sir Brian. This tale takes place after the Norman Conquest, at a time when pure Saxon blood still existed in England, at a time when people truly believed that the Will of God was the final authority among men. For Sir Walter Scott the age of chivalry was a beautiful and fantastic piece of frost work, which has dissolved in the beams of the sun. In Ivanhoe, he recreates that age. '
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Maria Chapdelaine
Maria Chapdelaine
Hailed as one of the best and most lasting pieces of French Canadian fiction, this novel is a profoundly moving tale of life in Northern Quebec around the turn of the 19th century. Like the author's character, it is a story of simple habits and devotion to duty, to tradition, to the Church and to God; beautifully ideal and yet absolutely natural. It is a story of true family love, hardship, prayer, and a sheer will to survive in a wild land; the everlasting struggle against a relentless nature. The pervading sub-story is that of Maria, a beautiful Catholic girl who reaches the age of marriage. She has the choice of three prospective husbands, one of which offers her a comfortable life in an American city. But Maria's attachment to the land and her people is strong, and when Fate further intervenes, Maria (a noble and worthy young lady) follows her head and not her heart. An extraordinary story of virtue for today's youth - young men and young ladies alike.
A tale of the Lake St John Country
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Men of Iron
Men of Iron
This is a story of the days of chivalry in England and of young Myles Falworth, son of a lord unjustly disgraced for treason, who was forced to make his fortune as best he might in the days when men seemed made of iron. How he entered the service of a powerful lord, rose to knighthood, defeated his father's old enemy in a thrilling combat, and at last won the friendship of the King, this tale is told against a background of the dangerous times of the 14th century that makes them live again.
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Lances of Lynwood
Lances of Lynwood
' Eustace is the younger brother of Sir Reginald, the lord of Lynwood castle and its surrounding lands. One heroic act on the battlefield gains him the favor of the Prince of Wales, who raises young Eustace to the level of Knighthood; but with that honor comes responsibility. There is one in the kingdom who also holds high favor with the Prince; one who wants to see the demise of the Lynwoods, and through a deceitful plan, tries to end the life of the rightful heir to the estates. The youthful Sir Eustace is hurled into the world of men and must now defend his castle, his orphaned nephew, and if he survives, his honor. To defend a castle under siege is no small task, especially when there are traitors within the walls and only a handful of men to defend it. But the gallant Sir Eustace, with the help of his brave squire, and the remaining lances of Lynwood, are up to the desperate task. In the end, he is to be hailed a brave, stout-hearted young Knight, for above all, he has true Charity. '
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Grisly Grisell
Grisly Grisell
' A curious title, indeed, but one of the most touching stories of courage, love and devotion ever written! The Wars of the Roses was a time of civil strife in 15th century England - a time when the House of York and the House of Lancaster battled for the crown. Caught in the middle were two proud families and a boy and a girl - promised in marriage from early childhood. Little Grisell, however, is involved in a tragic accident that leaves her once beautiful face disfigured. Through terrible humiliation and the horrors of war between one-time friends, Grisell emerges a shining example of true love and devotion for all the countryside. Swift battles and numerous displays of true virtue make this heartwarming tale of perseverance a book that you will read again and again. '
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Fabiola
Fabiola
Cardinal Wiseman's classic story of the Christian persecution under Emperor Diocletian in the 300s AD. Fabiola is perplexed by the new-found faith of her cousin Agnes as well as her servant, but is especially intrigued when she finds the noblest Roman soldier she knows, Sebastian, is also a Christian. In this moving description of the Roman catacombs and the captured Christians who faced cruel death with unearthly fortitude, a story of faith and renewal unfolds in the decaying Roman empire. 444pp
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By What Authority?
By What Authority?
Travel across the English countryside hunting for priests; then find yourself in the Queen's court. During the Protestant Reformation, Catholics suffered terribly -families were divided; people jailed; priests were hunted down and killed; neighbor turned against neighbor. But through it all, the few priests that remained were able to sustain and convert many. The tale told in this book is one of suspense, deceit, loyalty, martyrdom, truth and conversion. 558pp, hardcover, ages 15 +
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