• Facing Adversity With Grace

    Facing Adversity With Grace

    The saints in this book, even though they come from a variety of eras and cultures, are men and women who can teach us how to live with the inevitable pain that comes from being human as well as how to cope with some of the more common types of suffering. While we all will experience some pain on our life journeys, becoming entrenched in suffering is not honoring God and it is not living abundantly. So my hope for you is that as you read how the saints used their suffering, you will discover, not just words of spiritual consolation, but genuine, practical measures that you can use in your daily life in order to eliminate unnecessary pain and to claim the abundant life God has promised each one of us.

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  • 365 Saints

    365 Saints

    The life of a saint is the life of an ordinary person lived well. And that's the life readers will discover in this delightful and often surprising collection of words and wisdom from saints throughout the ages. A lovely and inspiring gift book, 365 Saints illuminates how the saints actually lived, detailing their hopes, fears, joys, and sorrows, as well as their lesser–known idiosyncracies and saying. Witty and wondrous, simple and sublime, 365 Saints offers a full year of meditations and practical suggestions for emulating the saints today.

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  • 365 Mary

    365 Mary

    She has been called the Blessed Virgin, the Mother of God, the Queen of Heaven, Mother of Perpetual Help, Queen of Peace, and Mother of Mercy. But by any name and in every age, Mary has been the beloved bringer of solace, hope, and faith to the world. In this lovely giftbook, designed in the popular "365" format, Woodene Koenig-Bricker presents daily words of wisdom from Mary--including miracles, blessings,ectasies, and healings. Drawn from Scripture, legend, and study, 365 Mary offers the world a powerful invitation to prayer, foregiveness, hope, and love.

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  • Asking God for the Gifts He Wants to Give You

    Asking God for the Gifts He Wants to Give You

    As a Christian, I believe that God always answers our prayers, but we don’t always get the answers we want, but I have discovered a prayer that asks God for gifts that he wants to give us--and our Lord’s answers will delight us! The prayer, written by the beloved seventeenth-century St. Alphonsus Liguori, asks God for five graces: forgiveness; wisdom; a share in divine love; confidence in the merits of Jesus and the intercession of Mary; and perseverance. I try to expand our understanding of each of these graces, by explaining their meaning with teaching and Scripture and providing illustrations of their power with personal testimony and stories. I hope that these graces will bring you comfort and peace during those times when it seems that God isn’t hearing or answering your prayers.

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  • Praying with the Saints

    Praying with the Saints: Making Their Prayers Your Own

    This intimate collection of prayers invites readers to pray with the saints using words they wrote or prayed themselves. Featuring more than two hundred prayers, this prayer book also offers brief biographical material on each of the ninety-five saints included, allowing the reader to learn about the lives of the saints while connecting with them on an intimate level through prayer. By praying with St. Francis to praise the goodness of the Lord or with St. Edith Stein to express her passionate love of God, readers can get in touch with not only the human side of the saints, but also the deeper, richer prayer life. In the daily events of everyday life, readers can forge a connection to the saints and to God through heartfelt, faith-filled prayer.

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  • Listening to God with Mother Theresa

    Listening to God with Mother Theresa

    Now you can start or finish each day spiritually recharged by spending five minutes with Mother Teresa's most inspiring words and thoughts. These selections of her quotes, comments, and writings, matched with a short Scripture passage, are sure to center your heart and mind on Christ as only Mother Teresa could do.

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  • A Saint's Name

    A Saint's Name

    A Saint's Name provides a comprehensive listing of thousands of names and variations of names of Christian saints and prominent figures from the Bible. Divided into boys' and girls' names and organized alphabetically, the meanings provide: * meaning of name * saints with same name * death date of each saint * historical information about the saint * scriptural references for important biblical names * contemporary variations of saint's names * names of many recently-canonized saints.

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  • Simplify Your Life

    Simplify Your Life

    "He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough." --Lao Tzu The desire to simplify is timeless. The true secret to simplicity has nothing to do with process and everything to do with peace of mind. Stop rearranging the deck chairs on your own personal Titanic. Let God lead you back to the clarity of peace that He intended for you by discovering that true simplicity comes not from doing...but from living in trust, patience, and gratitude. "When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears."

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  • Dorothy Day

    Dorothy Day

    Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker movement, once declared: "Don’t call me a saint. I don’t want to be dismissed that easily." Nevertheless, the cause for her canonization began in 2000, and her prophetic example remains a provocative challenge to the status quo that cannot be easily dismissed. This intriguing biography of the highly controversial journalist and social activist draws from her voluminous writings and the testimony of people who knew her well. It explores the connections between Day’s formidable public achievements and her private life of prayer, Scripture study, and devotion to the Sacraments. The result is a stirring portrait of a champion of justice for the poor and oppressed who worked tirelessly to awaken the conscience of a nation.

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  • 10 Commandments for the Environment

    10 Commandments for the Environment

    Seasoned author and journalist Woodeene Koenig-Bricker skillfully weaves together Pope Benedict's key statements on environmental justice into one volume. Additionally, she offers commentary that helps to unpack the Ten Commandments for the Environment, which were recently released by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace. Koenig-Bricker helps us understand an environmentally responsible lifestyle as a moral responsibility to protect the poor, who suffer most when climate change creates a shortage of resources. With practical, everyday ideas for reducing one's ecological footprint, this book is a must-read for those seeking the inspiration that the Holy Father radiates to a new generation of Catholics.

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  • 365 Santos

    365 Santos

    La vida de un santo es la vida de una persona ordinaria vivido bien. Y eso es la vida de los lectores descubrirán en esta colección encantadora y con frecuencia sorprendente de las palabras y la sabiduría de los santos de todas las épocas. Un libro de regalo precioso e inspirador de los 365 santos ilumina cómo vivían realmente los santos, detallando sus esperanzas, miedos, alegrías y tristezas, así como sus idiosincrasias menos conocidos y decir. Ingenioso y maravilloso, sencillo y sublime, 365 Santos ofrece un año lleno de meditaciones y sugerencias prácticas para emular a los santos hoy.

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  • 365 Meditaciones con la Virgen Maria

    365 Meditaciones con la Virgen María

    Conocida en todo el mundo bajo diferentes nombres, la Virgen María siempre ha sido la traedora de consuelo, esperanza y fe a la Tierra. Esta obra nos presenta a la María de la Biblia y de las escrituras de los santos, a la María de las leyendas y los estudios académicos, la María de los Ángeles y Apariciones, la Santa Virgen, la Madre de Dios, la Reina de los Cielos, la Madre de Ayuda Perpetua, la Reina de la Paz y la Madre de la Misericordia.

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