Giants war in this Genesis-style mythological fantasy.
Absence will chill you with the stark reminder that human beings are not just bodies, but souls whose spiritual influence cannot be suppressed, even when the bodies have gone missing.
This quirky, fairytale fantasy is a fun and amusing read with a serious moral backbone.
For the Sake of His Sorrowful Passion: Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet with Scripture and Art by Meggie K. Daly
Awaken your imagination with prayer
Isaiah’s got a T-rex size problem, but this time, it’s not a dinosaur.
When the Queen Elizabeth’s agents are sent to investigate a small town, Protestant & Catholic alike must work together to avert tragedy.
Join Finnian as his quest for a legendary sword takes him to the monks of Skellig Michael, a real life inspiration for the Jedi temple.
A poignant retelling of the Holy Family in a cyberpunk universe.
Fed up with modern 1st person, present tense narratives bursting with ‘hip’ characters? Look no further!
Faced with his death, a fifteen-year-old learns how to live through the wisdom of Blessed Carlo Acutis.
Mark is happy serving the Party of the Golden Republic, but when he discovers God, he risks losing everything.
The Motto Suaviter Sed Fortiter (Gentle But Strong) informs this historical mystery novel about the founding of the Salesian spiritual family and its various branches.
Teach your children about the real presence through these short bedtime stories.
The mystery of a stolen treasure might hold the key to Xan’s discernment about whether God is calling him to the priesthood or to Lucy.
As the power of Rome crumbles, a teenage St. Patrick must decide between his home and sacrificing himself for those who had enslaved him.
Whatever your needs or tastes these books explore the Lenten themes of repentance, confession and renewal.
Investigations into a haunted suburban community mixes the fun of Stranger Things with the other-worldly sense of Tales from the Loop and the madness of House of Leaves.
Xan is finally bringing his parent’s killer to justice, yet his guardian monk insists he must forgive the murderer