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Story of Holy Chalice of Valencia
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The Meditations of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
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The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ as Described by a Surgeon
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The Agony of Jesus
Meditations on the Agony of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane
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Relics from the Crucifixion
Where They Went and How They Got There
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The School of Jesus Crucified
The Lessons of Calvary in Daily Catholic Life
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A Treasury of Stations
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for Each Day in Lent
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To Know Christ Jesus
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Lessons in Living from the Son of Man Himself
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A Contemplative Journey to Calvary
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Life of Christ
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The Passion of Jesus
And Its Hidden Meaning
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A Brief Life of Christ
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Devotion to the Precious Blood
Devotion to the Precious Blood
Devotion to the Precious Blood
by The Benedictine Convent of Clyde, Missouri

Why do so few of us have a devotion to the Precious Blood that was shed for us and saved us?

This small but powerful booklet will give you a new appreciation for, devotion to, and love of the Precious Blood of Our Savior, Jesus Christ, and it will help you to see the important role it has as God’s chosen instrument of mercy. It will help you gain the many spiritual benefits and graces that come from venerating the Precious Blood, whether in Mass or by meditation, such as:
  • Atonement for sins
  • Assistance of the souls in Purgatory
  • Procurement of graces and blessings for yourself and loved ones
  • Imitation of the saints
  • Union with God

Included in this booklet are many traditional prayers, examples of some of the greatest saints and their devotion to the Precious Blood, and an explanation of the traditional practice of devotion to the Precious Blood.

Booklet, size 6" x 3.75", 68 pages

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St Laurence & Holy Grail
St Laurence & Holy Grail
Story of Holy Chalice of Valencia
by Janice Bennett

Many scholars are convinced that The Holy Chalice of Valencia is the Holy Grail, celebrated in medieval legends as it was venerated by monks in the secluded Monastery of San Juan de la Pena, built into a rocky outcropping of the Spanish Pyrenees. The tradition of Aragon has always insisted that the flaming agate cup of the Holy Chalice was sent to Spain by St. Lawrence of Rome, the glorious Spaniard martyred on a gridiron during the Valerian persecution in Rome in 258 AD.

Now there is new evidence: A sixth-century manuscript written in Latin by St. Donato, an Augustinian monk who founded a monastery in the area of Valencia, provides never-before-published details about Laurence, born in Valencia but destined for Italy, where he became treasurer and deacon of the Catholic Church under Pope Sixtus II. It explicitly mentions the details surrounding the transfer of the Holy Cup of the Last Supper to Spain. Janice Bennett acquaints the reader with the enthralling story of the Holy Chalice, the renowned relic that embarked from the Last Supper on an amazing pilgrimage that providentially ended in the Cathedral of Valencia, a miraculous odyssey that has been characterized by danger, greed, martyrdom and fire.

This is a fascinating and captivating account that will dispel forever the erroneous notion that the famous relic was ever lost. The mythical Quest for the Holy Grail is now over. Includes 20 pages of color illustrations.

Hardcover, 303 pages
Story of Holy Chalice of Valencia
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A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail
A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail
A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail
by Charles A. Coulombe

The Holy Grail: it conjures images of a rich and fantastic world full of magnificent adventures and perilous quests by gallant knights. It whispers of strange mysteries and fabled conspiracies staged by Templars, Cathars, Nazis, and innumerable secret societies. Was it the Cup used by Christ at the Last Supper, or something else? Is there any truth to the wonders and marvels bards and poets associated with it?

After years of being co-opted by pop culture and New Agers, what significance can this fairy tale still hold for Catholics? Ah, but this is no fairy tale! As A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail shows, not only does the Grail exist, its whereabouts are known today!

Charles Coulombe examines the fabled vessel's literary and historical connections, but he offers far more than a stuffy history of a dusty old cup. Rather, he shows how the Holy Grail is the key to an entire genre of glorious relics and miraculous phenomena that extend from the time of Christ to the present day. A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail uncovers the Grail's intrinsic connections to Catholic Monarchy and Chivalry, to the Precious Blood of Christ, the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts devotions, and to the Kingship of Christ and Queenship of Mary, as well as its ties to the Passion of Our Lord and the Blessed Sacrament.

Indeed, the Holy Grail is not a myth, but a living reality, a key to a new understanding of the world in which we all live. As far in time and space as the Crucifixion at Golgotha and Medieval deeds of knightly valor, and as close as the next Mass you attend, the Holy Grail is there, a real myth. The Grail is proof that when J.R.R. Tolkien asks: "Do we walk in legends or on the green earth in the daylight?" it can truly be answered: "A man may do both ... The green earth, say you? That is a mighty matter of legend, though you tread it under the light of day!"

In these pages, discover the reality of the legend of the Holy Grail!

Paperback, 264 pages
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Crown of Glory
Crown of Glory
The Glorious Mysteries

This is the third volume in the much acclaimed pictorial series on the Mysteries of the Rosary and traces the Glorious Mysteries from the Resurrection of Christ to the Coronation of His Blessed Mother in 94 outstanding reproductions of sacred art together with the Scriptural texts which inspired them. As in the presentations in the first two volumes, the prophecies of the Old Testament are matched to their fulfilment in the New Testament. These are the mysteries that inspire the virtue of hope in the personal resurrection of each individual soul and the ultimate triumph of good over evil. Much needed meditations for our times. Published with Bishop's approbation.

Others in this series include - Portait of the Passion and A Touch of Grace.

Paperback, 104 pages
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This is Your Tomorrow ... and Today
This is Your Tomorrow ... and Today
by Fr Raymond, O.C.S.O

Man was made to share in the glory of God in this life as well as in the next. With this thought as his theme, Fr. Raymond presents this book on the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary, completing a trilogy that includes Love Does Such Things on the Joyful Mysteries, and God, a Woman, and the Way on the seven sorrows of Mary. Fr. Raymond explains why every minute of life should be glorious. Minutely examining each of the Mysteries, he cites references from the Scriptures, the Fathers of the Church, and the Councils to show that we who have been baptized live by, in, and through the Resurrected Christ. Therefore, the Resurrection is ours today as well as tomorrow.

Paperback, 242 pages
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The Mystery of Jesus
The Mystery of Jesus
The Meditations of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
 
In these twenty-nine meditations inspired by Sacred Scripture, spiritual theology, and the fruit of his own years of contemplation and experience, Archbishop Lefebvre speaks about the life of Christ, His mind and will, the love He had for His Father, and His thirst for souls.
 
How can Christ be a pattern for us? Why is it good for us that Jesus Christ is both divine and human? How can His heart be our heart? What was Christ's mission and what does it have to do with ours?
 
Excerpts:
Cloaking the Divinity with Humanity
"We must constantly remind ourselves that this humanity cloaks the divinity, and that it is a miracle that Our Lord was not always as radiant as He appeared on Mount Thabor during the Transfiguration. Normally, He should have been radiant and have had a glorious body...but in order to suffer for us, Our Lord wanted to wed our mortal condition such as it is, capable of suffering and death..."
 
Why Are Mysteries Essential
"The mysteries of the Faith are necessary. There must be mysteries. It would be abnormal if there were no mysteries for us, because that would mean we have nothing more to learn from God, and that our little knowledge would be equal to that of God, which is utterly impossible because the divine knowledge, like God Himself, is infinite, whereas ours is finite, limited."
 
Understanding the Person of Jesus
"How then can we understand this Person who possessed the Beatific Vision and, at the same time, lived as we do? Those who encountered Our Lord in Palestine saw Him as just another traveler, as any other companion for the journey, as any other dinner guest: the simplicity of the discussions and the conversations reported in the Gospels are the best proof of this. The human soul enjoyed the Beatific Vision, but in fact the Person was God Himself, with all the power and infinitude of God. These are extraordinary realities. ...this is exactly what God wants us to realize."
 
Paperback, 176 pages
The Meditations of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
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A Doctor at Calvary
A Doctor at Calvary
The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ as Described by a Surgeon
by Pierre Beret, M.D.

What kind and what degree of physical torture did Our Lord suffer during His agony? What was the medical cause of His death? These are the questions the author, an eminent French surgeon, answers in this work, one of the most significant contributions to  christological science in modern times. As he says in his Introduction: “Theologians can imagine and describe the moral sufferings which formed part of the Savior’s Passion.... But when the same theologians wish to describe the physical sufferings of Jesus, one is struck with the difficulty which they find in helping us to take part in them.... The truth is that they scarcely understand them.”
 
It was to document and substantiate with the findings of medical science the theological statement, “Jesus suffered,” that Dr. Barbet began the arduous task of investigating the effects on His body of all the injuries our Lord suffered at the hands of men, from the Agony in the Garden to the consummation at Calvary.

Paperback, 196 pages

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The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ as Described by a Surgeon
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Flowers of the Passion
Flowers of the Passion
by St. Paul of the Cross.

These little “Flowers of the Passion” are a collection of devout thoughts and sentiments gathered mostly from occasional letters of that great lover of Jesus crucified, St. Paul of the Cross. They are a treasure to humble and simple souls, and show what sweetness, comfort, graces, and virtues can be drawn from devout meditation on the Passion and death of Jesus Christ. It is only from constant and loving reflection on the love shown towards us, and bright examples of every virtue given us by our suffering Lord, that such beautiful and affecting sentiments could so spontaneously spring.Impr, 1893,

Paperback, 241 pages
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Our Saviour & His Love For Us
Our Saviour & His Love For Us
by Rev. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, OP

Catholic doctrine on the interior life of Christ as it relates to our own interior life. The profound explanation meaning of Our Lord's words and actions in a manner understandable by all, yet to a depth few doctors of theology would even guess was there! Each chapter is virtually a glorious essay that can stand alone.

Paperback, 398 pages, Impr.
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The Agony of Jesus
The Agony of Jesus
The Agony of Jesus
by St Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, O.F.M. Cap.

A true treasure of spiritual insights, this little booklet contains the remarkable meditations on the Agony of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane by Blessed Padre Pio, the stigmatist priest. One of his few writings, the booklet also includes many pictures of Blessed Padre Pio from throughout his ministry. Padre Pio's beautiful and descriptive manner of writing provide a wonderful spiritual insight into that last night of Jesus' human life.

Excerpt: "Jesus has returned to His place of prayer, and another picture, more terrible than the first, presents itself to Him. All our sins with their entire ugliness parade before Him in every detail. He must clothe Himself with this entire unclean mass of human corruption and present Himself before the sanctity of His Father, to expiate everything with individual pains, to render Him all that glory of which they have robbed Him, to cleanse that human cesspool in which man wallows with contemptible indifference. And all this does not make Him retreat. As a raging sea this mass inundates Him, enfolds Him, oppresses Him. Behold Him before His Father the God of Justice, facing the full penalty of divine justice. He, the essence of purity, sanctity by nature, in contact with sin, indeed, as if He Himself had become a sinner! Who can fathom the disgust that He feels in His innermost spirit? The horror He feels? The nausea, the contempt He senses so vividly? And having taken all upon Himself, nothing excepted, He is crushed by this immense weight, oppressed, thrown down, prostrated. Exhausted, He groans beneath the weight of Divine Justice, before His Father, Who has permitted His Son to offer Himself as a Victim for sin, as one accursed."

Booklet, 42 pages
Meditations on the Agony of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane
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Relics from the Crucifixion
Relics from the Crucifixion
Relics from the Crucifixion
Where They Went and How They Got There
by J. Charles Wall

The Jews usually burned the crosses used by the Romans after executions but following Jesus' crucifixion they quickly threw the Cross in a ditch to get it out of sight before the feast of Passover. That preserved the True Cross, and memory of the events preserved its location.

Disgusted with continued Christian veneration of the spot, pagan Roman Emperor Hadrian erected on the Cross's burial site a statue to Venus, hoping thereby to obliterate their memory. It didn't work.

Indeed, because of the statue, when the Empire became Christian, St. Helena knew the exact spot where she would find the very Cross on which Christ died. All relics from Christ's crucifixion have a similarly fascinating story, all of which are told here in this 1910 work by the enterprising Catholic investigator Charles Wall.

Among the things you'll discover in these pages:
  • The miracle that revealed to St. Helena which of the three discovered crosses was that of Jesus.
  • The horse's bit made from a nail of the True Cross, and the successes it brought the horse's rider.
  • The nails and why there are so many in existence today. A history of the fortunes the Crown of Thorns to those who held them, and a list of towns where thorns are found.
  • Where, in 1492, workman accidentally discovered again the actual board on which "King of the Jews" was written.
  • The modest Frenchman who saved a holy nail from profanation during the French RevolutionDrawings of the spear of Longinus, and reports of its later use in battles.
  • Relics of Jesus' actual blood from the Crucifixion: and why it makes sense that some still exists.
  • The veil of Veronica, Christ's seamless robe, and much more!

Paperback, 144 pages
Where They Went and How They Got There
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The School of Jesus Crucified
The School of Jesus Crucified
A famous book based on the theme of founding one\\'s whole spiritual life on the lessons we learn from the Passion and Death of Jesus. Includes 31 meditations on different aspects of the Passion. Each meditation has 3 points, followed by a holy resolution to be taken and an example from the life of a Saint. The book also has many extras -- the Five Holy Wounds, visits to a crucifix, Mary Queen of Dolors, How to assist well at Mass, and more! Impr. 403 pgs, PB 406pp
The Lessons of Calvary in Daily Catholic Life
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The Way of the Cross

The thirteen methods of the Way of the Cross found in these pages will enable the follower of Christ to weep and atone for his sins, understand Our Lady's sorrow, pray with the Church, contemplate Our Lord as Eucharistic Victim, accept the Will of God, prepare for judgment, and love his neighbour. Combining stirring meditations and four-color illustrations, this all-new Treasury of Stations contains everything necessary to enhance one's contemplation on the Passion of Christ. Featuring gorgeous pictures and inspiring readings for every walk of life, this quintessential book of Stations is sure to become your family's final stop for Lenten meditations on the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Contains musical notation for the most popular Lenten hymns, including the Stabat Mater, At the Cross Her Station Keeping, Attende Domine, Parce Domine, O Sacred Head Surrounded, and Adoramus Te, Christe.

Thirteen methods:

  • St. Alphonsus Liguori

  • St. Francis of Assisi

  • St. Leonard of Port Maurice

  • Sacred Scripture and the Liturgy

  • The Eucharistic Way

  • Fraternal Charity

  • In Preparation for the Last Judgment

  • Holy Week

  • The Marian Way

  • With Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ

  • Patience and Resignation

  • Reparation for Sin

  • Repentance and Confession

There is no devotion more richly endowed with indulgences than the Way of the Cross, and none which enables us more literally to obey Christ's injunction to take up our cross and follow Him. - The Catholic Encyclopedia

360 pp. 5" x 6.5". Sewn Hardbound. Natural paper.

A Treasury of Stations
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Thoughts on the Passion

This booklet was first published w/ Impr in 1887!

As the title suggests, there is a thought or meditation for each day of Lent. Each thought is short - a minute or two - so that even the busiest followers of Christ will find the time. The meditations end with a short petition, like "O Strength of the Weak! help me to find comfort in Thy sorrows!" (Second Day), or, words from Christ, like " Lose not this precious blood which is shed for you! Let it purify your souls, strengthen your wills, regulate your passions, heal all your wounds." (Third Day).

When Lent arrives, this booklet will provide a quick and easy way to remember the reason for the season. 31 page booklet.

for Each Day in Lent
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To Know Christ Jesus
To Know Christ Jesus
'This modern spiritual classic offers the reader an in-depth study of Jesus Christ as he lived and spoke in the Gospels. Sheed employs wide learning, profound spiritual insight, and a lucid style to bring the reader to a deep personal encounter with the living Lord. 397pp'
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The Good Galilean

In this new century, when each day brings us ever more salacious news about the evils of men and women, the life of Christ reminds us that goodness is not an illusion, holiness is worth striving for, and our existence has meaning and direction.

Jesus Christ – the Perfect Man that philosophers and storytellers have searched for since the dawn of history – was greater than storytellers have been able to imagine, more sublime than we had a right to hope.

In this modest little book, The Good Galilean, the holy bishop Alban Goodier highlights for us the quiet goodness of Our Lord, and in ways that place that goodness within our reach, too.

In it, we walk with Jesus, see him talking, answering questions, healing and consoling the men and women who are drawn to him – and in ways that Bishop Goodier shows are possible for us, whoever we are and wherever we live.

You know, the saints demonstrate that it’s possible, by grace, to imitate the model of goodness Jesus has provided us; Bishop Goodier shows how to do it.

Love as Jesus taught it was a new thing in the world. Love as he practiced it made the world another place. Now, with the help of The Good Galilean, it’s time for each of us to play our role in restoring to our suffering world the goodness purchased for it by Jesus.

Lessons in Living from the Son of Man Himself
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The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross
The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross
' Few Christians can recall all Seven of Our Lord\'s Last Words on the Cross. Yet these "Seven Words"-brief sentences spoken by Him-give us Our Saviour\'s sacred parting instructions, messages intended not only for their few immediate hearers on the hill of Calvary, but spoken to all generations by way of Holy Scripture. '
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Via Dolorosa
Follow Christ’s Footsteps from the time of His unjust sentencing by Pilate to His Crucifixion, Death, and burial on Calvary. Vivid portrayal of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross, written in a way that fires the imagination and inspires the soul to a greater love of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
A Contemplative Journey to Calvary
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Life of Christ
Life of Christ
Modern parallels are drawn and age-old events are illuminated in Archbishop Sheen's account of the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ 476pp
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The Passion of Jesus
The Passion of Jesus
'The Passion of Jesus shows how every person in the world, whether he realizes it or not, is personally involved in the sufferings and death Jesus Christ. 478pp'
And Its Hidden Meaning
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God Died at Three O'Clock
By Rev. Gerald T. Brennan. Impr 1946. 80 Page booklet. This easy to read book starts with the story of the Apostle that betrayed Jesus and ends with the Sunday after Christ’s death. This is a book that would be wonderful for any youngster, but it will also keep the attention of the young at heart with 14 chapters. Six illustrations.
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Jesus Crucified
From the Preface: "This book appeared for the first time in the year 1642!The book had been out of print and practically forgotten for nearly two hundred years when Father Grou so much admired the sound doctrine ... that he would not deprive the faithful of the wholesome teaching contained therein. This induced him to have it reprinted after slightly revising the style, the revised edition first appearing in 1783. The book here offered is as it left the hands of Father Grou." The book is divided into three parts: During Life (17 meditations), For the Hour of Death (17 meditations plus a subsection "Aspirations of the Soul Towards God at the Approach of Death (4 meditations), plus a section on Devotions, added "for the interests of devout souls" and "suitable to the contents of the book".
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The Clock of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ
With considerations on the Passion. Translated from the Italian of St. Alphonsus Liguori by a Catholic Clergyman. 256 pages. Described in simple language, according to the narration of the Holy Evangelist. This book is filled with the events of Christ’s crucifixion with bible verses placed in appropriate areas for explanation. Also, has many prayers. As you read this unusual book you will feel that you are right there with our Lord and follow Him all the way.
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A Brief Life of Christ
A Brief Life of Christ
' Absolutely excellent for students and for adult review. Encapsulates the main events and sayings of Our Lord. Map of the Holy Land. A chronological outline. 55pp, softcover, Impr. '
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Christ’s Final Words on the Cross

Do we know Christ’s final words on the Cross? Do we know how they apply to our spiritual life today, in the 21st century?

In this beautiful book, Father Jean-Dominique O.P. takes each of Christ’s seven last words and shows how they apply to all times of History, but especially to our day when the Church and the world are plunged in so much darkness, just like they were at the supreme moment of Christ’s life on earth, His final hours on Calvary.

The seven words of Christ on the Cross are a true guide for Christian life in times of apostasy and revolution. They are an endless source of light, joy and peace. They kindle in the hearts of Catholics a sincere love of the Cross and the Divine Crucified, as well as a proactive hope. Therefore, it is time, more than ever before, to receive this “light which shines in the darkness”.

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