In her memoir, Marianne Collins pulls no punches in presenting the mistakes she made in her journey to find a fervent and lasting love
How reading fiction became a crucial step in my conversion to the Catholic Church.
A Catholic end-of days inspired by the private revelations of the saints.
“Big Trouble in Little China” meets Saint George and the Dragon
This is the feisty lady-doc origin story I have been waiting for. Golder proves herself to be an excellent character writer in the mystery genre.
For a Catholic reader, the Doha Experiment offers a unique opportunity to understand both the Jewish mind and the Qatari culture.
This is NOT another DaVinci Code, but it is so cleverly disguised as one it makes the perfect gift for your anti-Catholic friends and family.
Fr. Gabriele Amorth dispels the fear of demons by showing us, through stories of his very usual day-job as an exorcist– that God wins every time.
A cloistered nun confronts her faith when she realizes that the private revelations she has been given might be the product of epilepsy.
After the loss of her child, Rachel goes insane but she must pull her mind back together to solve a murder and save her own life.