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Inventory Close-Out Sale - Great Bargains!

Inventory Close-Out Sale - Great Bargains!

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    Saint Joseph: The Man Closest to Christ

    Saint Joseph: The Man Closest to Christ

    Tan Books

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    What is the greatest title of Saint Joseph?While the Litany of Saint Joseph is filled with many rich titles describing Joseph’s virtues and duties—such as most just, most chaste, patron of the dying, terror of demons, and protector of the...
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    Let Go of Your Fear

    Let Go of Your Fear

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    Worry begins with fear.And events in our time—pandemic, war, political division, hate—are making us both worried and fearful. Author Gary Zimak wants to help you find hope in God no matter what life sends your way.Gary explores two Gospel...
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    Jesus Christ is as popular as ever. Films, books, and news articles ask,"Who was Jesus Christ?" Even outside of Christianity he continues to appeal to people. And yet for so many, the popular Jesus is not the Jesus of Christianity. The popular Jesus makes no demands and never challenges people. He accepts everyone and everything under all circumstances.  On the Way to Jesus Christ is a series of meditations that Pope Benedict XVI wrote while he was Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith. The true Jesus he writes, is the Jesus of the Gospels who "is quite different, demanding and bold. The Jesus who makes everything okay for everyone is a phantom, a dream, not a real figure. The Jesus of the Gospels is certainly not convenient for us. But it is precisely in this way that he answers the deepest question of our existence, which--whether we want to or not--keeps us on the lookout for God, for a gratification that is limitless, for the infinite. We must again set out on the way to this real Jesus."  This book also examines whether Jesus Christ is the only savior, and the Church's responsibility to evangelize. It concludes with reflections on Jesus' Presence in the Holy Eucharist, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church's presentation of the Christian mystery as seen through the Catechism's dynamic view of Sacred Scripture

    On the Way to Jesus Christ

    Ignatius Press on Catholic Answers Shop

    $16.95
    Now: $5.00
    Was: $16.95
    Jesus Christ is as popular as ever. Films, books, and news articles ask,"Who was Jesus Christ?" Even outside of Christianity he continues to appeal to people. And yet for so many, the popular Jesus is not the Jesus of Christianity. The popular Jesus...
    $16.95
    Now: $5.00
    Was: $16.95
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    In the powerful book The Day Is Now Far Spent by the acclaimed spiritual leader and best-selling writer, one he calls his "most important", he analyzes the profound spiritual, moral and political crisis in the contemporary world.  He says that he "considers that the decadence of our time has all the faces of mortal peril."

"At the root of the collapse of the West, there is a cultural identity crisis. The West no longer knows who it is, because it no longer knows and does not want to know who made it, who established it, as it was and as it is. Many countries today ignore their own history. This self-suffocation naturally leads to a decadence that opens the path to new, barbaric civilizations."

In these words, Cardinal Sarah summarizes the theme of his book.

His finding is simple: our world is on the brink of the abyss. Crisis of faith and of the Church, decline of the West, betrayal by its elites, moral relativism, endless globalism, unbridled capitalism, new ideologies, political exhaustion, movements inspired by Islamist totalitarianism.... The time has come for an unflinching diagnosis.

While making clear the gravity of the crisis through which the West has gone, the Cardinal demonstrates that it is possible to avoid the hell of a world without God, a world without man, a world without hope.

After the great international success of his first two books, God or Nothing and The Power of Silence, Cardinal Sarah offers a wide-ranging reflection on the crisis of the contemporary world while teaching many important spiritual lessons.

    The Day Is Now Far Spent

    Ignatius Press on Catholic Answers Shop

    Now: $10.00
    Was: $19.95
    In the powerful book The Day Is Now Far Spent by the acclaimed spiritual leader and best-selling writer, one he calls his "most important", he analyzes the profound spiritual, moral and political crisis in the contemporary world.  He says that...
    Now: $10.00
    Was: $19.95
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    Death and judgment. Heaven and hell. They’re called the Last Things, but they should be the first things on our mind, for one way or another they represent the destiny of every human being. Yet our thoughts about them are often muddled by pop-culture sentimentality.

And then there’s that mysterious place—or state—that comes in between. Catholics call it purgatory, but most other Christians call it “unbiblical nonsense.” And even many Catholics find themselves hard-pressed to explain it.

In this three-disc audio set What Lies Beyond, Karlo Broussard turns to the Bible, traditional Church teaching, and common-sense philosophy to shed light on life beyond this world.

    Purgatory cuts through the confusion to show that this doctrine is both scriptural and a logical component of God’s great mercy.  

    Hell looks at revealed truths about this state of definitive exclusion from God’s presence. What are its pains like? Do we have to believe that anyone is actually in hell? How could a loving God send anyone there?

    Heaven opens a tiny window into the joys that await the blessed with God. Although “eye has not seen” the fullness of what he has prepared, there is much we can know about it—enough to recommit ourselves, today, to getting there above all things.

    What Lies Beyond

    Catholic Answers Press

    $19.95
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    Was: $19.95
    Death and judgment. Heaven and hell. They’re called the Last Things, but they should be the first things on our mind, for one way or another they represent the destiny of every human being. Yet our thoughts about them are often muddled by...
    $19.95
    Now: $5.00
    Was: $19.95
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    A faith-strengthener for Catholics and an intriguing challenge to those who reject the Trinity, All in the Name is at once an inspiring human story of conversion and a powerful apologetic for orthodox belief on God, Jesus, and salvation.

    All In The Name

    Catholic Answers Press

    $14.95
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    Mark McNeil spent years in the Oneness Pentecostal movement: praying in its lively services, zealously spreading its unconventional teachings, and rejecting mainstream Christianity as misguided. He even graduated from a Oneness Pentecostal Bible college...
    $14.95
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    Was: $16.95
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    Galileo Revisited: The Galileo Affair in Context

    Galileo Revisited: The Galileo Affair in Context

    Ignatius Press on Catholic Answers Shop

    $18.95
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    No other work on Galileo Galilei has brought together such a complete description of the historical context in its political, cultural, philosophical, religious, scientific, and personal aspects as Galileo Revisited has done. In addition to covering the...
    $18.95
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