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1605700258, Hilaire Belloc, 112, Paperback
This essay will help a great deal in educating the reader in regard to the problem and the remedy. Belloc provides a lucid and straightforward analysis of the prevalent demise of the social order in Christendom, while, at the same time, laying out a truly Catholic economic system that can gradually – if there is a growth of interest and desire – be planted and nurtured. Such a system, which the great thinker calls distributism, will only materialize if it grows naturally in this or that local environment ready and determined to assimilate it organically. Both Capitalism (note: not free enterprise) and Communism (along with its weak sister, Socialism) are completely condemned and exposed for the anti-Catholic, self-defeating and self-destructive economic structures that they are. This book was not written to condemn industry (or technology). Man is inventive by nature. When he manufactures a product he assumes that the product is a good that will enhance the quality of the multiple activities that make for an abundant life. What Belloc sees as destructive, and the reader will find it obvious, is the usurpation of ownership of the means of production (i.e., property) by a wealthy oligarchy of financiers. What we end up with is the crushing of the local and independent tradesman, craftsman, baker and farmer and their replacement by the monopoly. As the brilliantly written introduction to this book by IHS Press puts it: Belloc's vision was nothing less than "a science of reality, based upon a conception not merely of what is . . . but, more importantly, of what ought to be according to the divine and natural law."
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102, Softcover
Is a return to the land utopian folly or outdated futility? Or, is it absolutely necessary for that Catholic Renaissance we all so desire? All the six authors, whose essays make this book, agree that a return to the land is the ultimate social answer. It is neither nostalgia nor daydreaming, but rather the necessary foundation for a society based on the life of the Holy Family of Nazareth. This book is an invitation. Its purpose is to get men thinking right.
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Fr. Karl Stehlin, 246, Softcover

Father Karl Stehlin, F. S. S. P. X.

Father Stehlin quotes extensively from Saint John Eudes, Cornelius a'Lapidé, Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, Saint Maximilian Kolbe, and Lucia of Fatima. This treatise is one of the most succinct and clear explanations of the complete economy of salvation ever penned. The full role of the Immaculata is explored and refined, and its relevance to the world in our time is detailed in an easy to read and understand format. This is militant Catholic theology made simple for this Marian age.

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1930278772, Antonio Socci, 256, Paperback

by Antonio Socci

This important discussion of the Third part of the famous Secret of Fatima that was supposed to be released to the world in the 1940s or in 1960 AT THE VERY LATEST is as timely as ever. When asked why it must be revealed at the time of her death or 1960 WHICHEVER CAME FIRST, Sr. Lucia said "because it will be clearer then." Clearer in 1960 than in 1942. That is interesting. Of course John XXIII was Pope in 1960 and he refused to do as Our Lady asked and reveal her words to the world. Her words have NEVER been revealed. That is the conclusion of many of the finest students of Fatima. Why not is the question so many have asked throughout the years.

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Previously available only in Italian, German, Portugese, and other European languages

Newly translated into English - Over 100,000 sold in English already!

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Fr. Leo Kinsella , Paperback
Fr. Leo Kinsella
Here is a marriage blueprint that every woman can follow. Happy marriages do not just happen, they are made. It takes three parties to make a good marriage; the husband, the wife, and the Lord. This book is concerned with helping the woman to become “the wife desired”–and therefore loved–that every man worth having wishes to find and keep. This book sold over a quarter of a million copies shortly after its publication in 1951, and it was read by Catholics and non-Catholics alike. It is a practical manual. It should be read by every woman considering entering the matrimonial state and also by those women who are already married.
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Fr. Clement Raab, OFM, 136, Paperback

Fr. Clement Raab, OFM - 136 pages PB

The Church is essetiay coservative. Her conservatism is not merely a measure of prudence and good judgment; it is an intrinsic necessity. No matter what she may consider, decide, or undertake, she always harks back to the beginning.
After twenty [one] centuries the “pillar and ground of truth” has not moved a whit from her primitive position, while all other human foundations have either crumbled to dust or have been driven headlong by the maelstrom of this fast changing world. To these, the ideal looms hazily in the distant future; to the Church, it stands firmly in the distant past. The closer she aligns herself with Christ, the surer she is of ultimate success and victory, being “built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone”
(Eph. II:20).
The present volume is designed to serve as a ready survey and reference book on the history of the councils. It is to serve as an aid, primarily to the cleric or lay student who has neither the time nor the opportunity to delve into, and analyze sources and controversies, but who is satisfied to learn the outstanding facts and findings concerning which Church historians generally agree. This brief and positive sketch of the twenty great events in history, so vibrant with life and so far-reaching in their consequences, will afford him, we trust, a very definite and appreciable knowledge of the nature and history of Holy Mother Church.
Originally published in 1937, this re-issue of Fr. Raab’s classic work on the history of the Ecumenical Councils did not include anything about Vatican II, because its convocation still lay in the future. We have not added to his work since so much has already been written of the newest Council elsewhere.

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Gary Potter, 96, Paperback

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Gary Potter - PB - 96 Pages

One of the comments made about Our Lord by his contemporaries was that “He spoke as one having authority.” In the modern world, the Church seems to rarely speak as one “having authority”. This is unfortunate; some might say scandalous, for it is authority that men seek when pursuing truth. Young people are inundated with the message that truth, as an objective reality, does not exist . . . except for you alone. “Well, that’s your opinion!”, or “Make your own truth.”, or even Pilate’s own phrase “What is truth?”, are all too common phrases one hears nearly everywhere today. Even the term “faith” is now one of opprobrium instead of a declaration of virtue. One thing that does still speak with authority however, especially to the young, is example. In this powerful modern novella, one young man considers faith and whether it has any meaning at all to a man who wishes to truly live or whether faith is merely something one grasps onto when no clear answers to the deep questions of life are to be found elsewhere.

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Fr. John A. Kane

Fr. John Kane

How to make your Confessions less difficult and more fruitful

If you still drag your feet about going to Confession, here's the help you need to enable you to overcome your reluctance and open your soul to the vast reservoir of mercy found in Confession.

This down-to-earth, practical guide shows you how to transform your confessions from embarrassing moments in a dark room into profound experiences of God's love. The author, Fr. John Kane, provides solid guidelines for how you can (and must) make the most effective possible use of the sacrament of Reconciliation. Even better, he shows you how to carry the grace of Confession into your daily life, so that you'll start winning — consistently — your battles against sin.

Get Fr. Kane's help to confess well and avoid sin:

•One truth you must realize, or you'll never drive sin from your soul
•Two reasons why God forgives sin, but still punishes the sinner
•Three characteristics of the truly forgiven sinner: do you have them?
•Your past sins: startling ways they can help you love God more today
•True repentance and its counterfeits: three ways to find the genuine article
•How to tell whether you're sorry for your sins — even if you don't feel sorry
•The embarrassment of going to Confession — how it can actually help you imitate Christ!
•The heavy price of your sins: no, you probably don't realize it, and yes, it's worse than you think
•Why hating sin does not mean hating the sinner
•Why true saints will always consider themselves sinners
•Sorrow for sin: how it deepens your compassion for others
•How to take advantage of Lent each year to overcome your sins
•And much more that will help you get more spiritual fruit out of Confession than you may even have thought was possible!

 

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