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This new edition is beautifully published and economically priced. It's a lovely gift book for anyone who doesn't yet own this classic tale that should be read each and every year as Christmas comes 'round.
Open a window each day of Advent onto the natural world. Here are twenty-five fresh images of the foundational truth that lies beneath and within the Christ story.
Brother Victor-Antoine explores the absolute centrality of Christ in the prayer life of any Christian.
Our oldest Christian traditions invite us to listen as well as speak when we pray, yet often the Voice seems barely audible.
Just days after turning fifty, Martha Maddux, a spirited mother and civic activist, was told she had Alzheimer's disease.
This book is a series of reflections on the angelic visitations that are recorded in the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments. Each entry includes a Scripture reading, an artistic image, a reflection and questions for consideration or discussion.
A book that reminds us to look up with wonder at all times and in all places
Today's parents consistently struggle to meet their deadlines and check off their "to-do" lists, and are often stressed, exhausted, and lamenting. This book is uniquely suited to come to their rescue.
This lovely little gift book about approaching and praying with icons everyday has over 60 full color images of Sr. Faith's icons, each paired with a scripture and an inspirational word.
Let the Little Angels bring you all the way to Bethlehem where you will meet Mary and Joseph, and baby Jesus in the manger.
These stories of St. Francis and his first followers have inspired millions of people over the centuries. Since they were first committed to paper, they have motivated people to become better followers of Jesus (not St. Francis).
I Loved Jesus in the Night is one priest's compelling account of meeting with the saint of Calcutta.
Color the names of Mary
In an arrogant age that asks, "Why are Muslims so violent", this book asks from an unlikely perspective why Christians also are.