Another Odyssey, by the award-winning British Catholic theologian Christopher Villiers, is a collection of poetry that is an amalgamation of myth, legend and truth, tied together with solid rhyme.
Welcome to the land of Northborough where magic can bring riches, the desire to rule can blind an ambitious princess, and an enchanted cup transforms a peasant lad’s life. The Tales of Northborough is the first volume in a trilogy of Christian medieval and epic fantasy novels by Renee Kenny.
It is the Ox-Boy’s first day of school in the year 2031. Pure-humans have made blends of animals and people. They rule the planet through their World Council. But the dog-blends have revolted and called for the elimination of pure-humans, one of which is the Ox-Boy’s mother. What are the limits of power? What happens?
Prayers God Answers considers seven Biblical prayers from both the Old and New Testaments and looks at how each of them reveals a characteristic which moved God’s heart to answer the prayers. Recommended by the Bishop of Llandaff for the Year of Pilgrimage.
Many claim that the Virgin Mary has never been deified. This claim seems to originate from the entrenched fear that the Holy Virgin is being offered the kind of worship that should be reserved for God alone. However, a close examination of Scripture and the writings of the Early Fathers of the universal Church shows that the Virgin Mary is deified, was deified at her conception, and has always remained deified.
Stations of the Cross (Illustrated ed.) offers the reader the true history of this Lenten devotion, together with the beautiful and concise readings and prayers in both English and Latin by Pere Arthur Martin.
Big book of original drawings of Lent and Easter-themed icons of Jesus Christ. Good for children to learn about icons and for adults starting to learn the sacred art of iconography.
The Traditional Maltese Catholic Lenten Cookbook presents 45 recipes of various foods and drinks that the people of the Maltese Islands have consumed during Lent and Easter since the time of Saint Paul’s Shipwreck in Malta.
The Raccolta of Prayers and Good Works is a collection of the treasury of prayers, novenas and devotions of the Roman Catholic Church in large book format as compiled in 1910 by Ambrose St. John of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri. Published in the original English, with side-by-side Latin given for the most popular prayers and litanies, this edition of the Raccolta makes available once again almost 500 prayers, in both short and long forms, for every single need of the Catholic faithful, seekers, and the whole People of God.
The lived experiences of the author with the members of the Divine Family and others are presented openly in print for the first time.
Relics of the Saints features in large, full color illustrations the first and second class relics of 42 Saints and Blesseds of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches for the liturgical months of January and February.
Seasons of Prayer explores the natural seasons and shows how these can relate to the seasons of prayer we experience in our spiritual lives.
Life’s Complicated: Pray Simply is a collection of straightforward prayers from the heart by the Anglican curate of the Diocese of Llandaff, the Reverend Andrew Highway.
An intimate portrayal of God the Father and His Divine Heart is provided in this book through brief narratives. Topics…
Six books comprising the teachings of the Catholic Church on just war theory, integral human development, the Magisterium, capital punishment, the nature of different religions, the Divine Heart of God the Father, and other topics.
The Consecration Prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts in the English, French, Italian, Latin, and Maltese languages.
Big book of 25 original drawings of Christmas-themed icons. Good for older children to learn about icons and adults starting to learn the sacred art of iconography.
Nativitas is an anthology of ten classic and memorable Christmas stories for older children, written by famous international writers of English literature.
A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas is a famous novella by the British writer and social critic Charles Dickens. This is the 1st American HLP edition, with the original 1843 illustrations by John Leech.
In Thoughts for the Day: Reflections for the Soul by the Maltese-American Catholic author Marcelle Bartolo-Abela are over 390 brief reflections that can be used for daily spiritual growth
Big book of original drawings of icons of the Theotokos. Good for children to learn about icons and for adults starting to learn the sacred art of iconography.
The ‘O’ Antiphons: Latin and Greek with Gregorian Chant, Old Hymnary and Scripture References provides readers with the Great Antiphons, the Magnificat antiphons to be used during Vespers of the last seven days of Advent in the Western Rite of the Catholic Faith.
Deification is the transformation of man into god through grace. Predominant in the theology of Eastern Christianity, but marginalized and obscured in contemporary interpretations of the theology of Western Christianity, Deification of Man in Christianity explores how it is deification, not just salvation, that is the real intent of God for humankind, with deification occurring not solely in patria, but in via and in patria.
The Votive Mass of the Divine Heart of God the Father comprises selections from the Roman Missal, 3rd Typical Edition and Mass Lectionaries (Vols. I & II), 2nd Typical Edition, for use in the Dioceses of the United States of America. This Votive Mass, with its accompanying Lectionary, is offered as a convenience to those private persons who wish to celebrate this temporary Votive Mass with suggested readings.
A serious paucity of accessible and reliable literature exists Saint Michael the Archangel. Written simply, with icons and a comprehensive bibliography derived from Judeo-Christian scholarship and tradition, this small book fills that need in relation to the great, humble, but ever-powerful warrior and guardian of the universal Church.
The Divine Heart of God the Father in Scripture provides a factual overview of the 28 references that can be found in Sacred Scripture about the Divine Heart of God the Father, both in the Old Testament and in the New Testament. These references are derived from and presented in a side-by-side comparison from three major Scripture sources, namely the Latin Vulgate, the Septuagint (LXX), and the Masoretic Text (Yahwist Source).
Is Islam a Religion? outlines the teachings of the Catholic Church about Islam starting with Lumen Gentium, Ecclesiam Suam and Nostra Aetate, followed by the writings of various Popes on the subject including those of Saint John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
Can ‘Just War’ Exist? outlines the slow, but steady, movement away from the original concept postulated by the Scholastics. It presents the conclusions of postmodern Christian leaders on ‘just war’ including those of Pope Francis, the Patriarch Bartholomew I, and the 2017 Vatican first-ever conference on the subject.
Migrants and Refugees in Catholic Social Doctrine provides the teachings of the Catholic Church about the fundamental human rights of migrants and refugees, commencing with Exsul Familia Nazarethana, Pacem in Terris, and Gaudium et Spes. These are followed by the writings and speeches of various Popes on the subject, including those of Saint John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
The Rule of the Theotokos According to Saint Seraphim of Sarov is a devotional that contains the prayer rule originally given by the Holy Virgin, the Mother of God, to a monk in eighth century Egypt. It was prayed by Christians at the time, then fell into disuse. The rule was revived by the great Russian saint, Seraphim of Sarov, who advocated that all his spiritual children pray it daily to ensure their salvation.
Is the Death Penalty Just outlines the slow, but steady, movement away from the death penalty as punishment in civilized societies within the context of the inviolable dignity of the human person. It presents the conclusions of postmodern Christian leaders, including Pope Francis, on the death penalty as a particularly barbaric form of torture in today’s world.
What is the Magisterium of the Catholic Church? provides a factual and easy-to-understand outline of the basic principles of the Magisterium, what it is, what it is not, and its relationship to Christian believers. It gives an in-depth look at what constitutes the ordinary magisterium of the Pope, as well as the intrinsic nature of papal indefectibility and infallibility.
Icons as Resistance: Challenging the New Iconoclasm in the Catholic Church documents a series of engaging conversations about the role that icons have in the Church at large and the role they can play in the Roman Catholic Church.
Exploring the question of the Executive Orders “Protecting the Nation” from the lens of Scripture and the teachings and praxis of the Catholic Church, Who Are You? What is Your Faith? elucidates how race is the key sociopolitical ordering factor at play in the history and current state of America in relation to fundamental human rights and the inviolable dignity of human persons.
Petals of Vision is a collection of 72 poems and sonnets by the British poet-theologian Christopher Villiers.
Sonnets From the Spirit is a collection of 52 icons in poetry on major episodes from Sacred Scripture, written according to the ancient practice of midrash by the award-winning British Catholic poet-theologian Christopher Villiers.