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The Great St. Joseph

Some years ago, Dr. Remi Amelunxen received a large, very old collection of works, dated 1856, on the lives of the Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph. It had been approved by Pope Pius IX who, based on it, had proclaimed St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church.

Dr. Amelunxen made a succinct summary of the work and added excerpts from The City of God, by Ven. Mary of Agreda, which had been approved and recommended by Pope St. Pius X.

The result is The Great St. Joseph, where you will find what we know of the life of St. Joseph based on Scripture, great Saints and Doctors of the Church, and approved mystics.

In it, there are short chapters on his birth, presentation in the temple, and childhood. Then, follow his life with the Blessed Virgin: the espousal, the Incarnation, and the Nativity. Finally, read about events in the life of the Holy Family: the Presentation, the Flight into Egypt and return to Nazareth, the Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple. The last chapter looks at the suffering and death of St. Joseph and evidence of his assumption into Heaven.

Below you can read the Introduction by Dr. Amelunxen, where he lays out the plan and sources for The Great St. Joseph.

Sure to enlarge your knowledge of the great Saint and increase your devotion to him!

The Great St. Joseph - $11.95 (+ shipping)


She Shall Crush Thy Head

She Shall Crush Thy Head -
By: Stephen Mahowald -

This work describes the Triumph of The Immaculate Heart of Mary over subversive movements and secret societies. A great resource work that is very well documented and provides an historical perspective for the attacks against Catholicism in our day.

"This is the best book on the subject I have ever read - I couldn't put it down!" J.S., Oklahoma

"Finally, a book that explains secret societies that is readable and understandable." R.G., Illinois

231 pgs. PB - She Shall Crush Thy Head- $12.00 + SHIPPINGindividually. A great comprehensive, concise statement of all the Church teaches about Mary!! Impr. 290 pgs


Eclipse of Truth - Part 1: The Law of Worship

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By: Stephen Mahowald -

Are you faced with increasing "liturgical malpractice" in your parish or diocese? What can -- and should -- be done to stop the progress of the modernists and feminists who are working to destroy the liturgy of the Catholic Church? What "rights" and "duties" do the faithful have under the laws of the Church? The Law of Worship answers these questions and more. This is one of the books most disliked by liturgical modernists!

231 pgs. PB - Eclipse of Truth - $4.00 + SHIPPINGindividually. A great comprehensive, concise statement of all the Church teaches about Mary!! Impr. 290 pgs

 

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The Celebration of Mass by Rev. J. B. O'Connell - A priest is ordained to offer sacrifice to God. His chief duty, his dearest privilege, is to celebrate Mass. The offering of the Christian Sacrifice is a divine act, but it is done in an entirely human way. Its essential elements were determined by the Chief Priest -- who is at the same time the august Victim -- our Lord Jesus Christ Himself, but the setting in which this sublime act should take place, the rite in which it was to be enshrined for all time, was left to His Church to settle. And the Church, guided by the Holy Spirit, has in the course of centuries created this rite, and has fixed in detail the manner in which the Mass is to be celebrated. This book is a study of the rubrics of the Roman Missal, 1962 edition. It is an endeavor to give a detailed and accurate explanation and interpretation of these rubrics This is a necessary reference for any priest offering the Traditional Latin Mass according to the 1962 Roman Missal. A great ordination gift! Hard bound, 622 pp.

The Celebration of Mass - $40.00 (+ shipping)


Conformity to the Will of God - from the writings of St. Alphonsus Liguori

God Directs All Things for Our Best Nothing happens in this world but by the direction or permission of God. "Nothing," says St. Augustine, "occurs by chance in the whole course of our life. God overrules all." Let these words penetrate into the depths of our souls; then we shall never regard what comes to us from God's hands as hurtful. "God is so good," writes St. Dionysius, "that He, who alone needs nothing for Himself, is constantly producing good for others. He is so glorious and magnificent that through the unattainable and inexpressible fullness of His love He conducts all things to their perfection."

Yes, God wills only our good, our salvation. It is His will not merely that no one should perish, but that all should save and sanctify themselves.

Conformity to the Will of God - $2.50 ea. (+ shipping)


My Daily Bread is a summary of spiritual doctrine so simplified and arranged that everyone can come to a knowledge and practice of the principles of the spiritual life. It is divided into three books which treat respectively of the three ways of the Spiritual Life. (1) Purification -- we must reform that which has been deformed in us by sin. (2) Imitation -- we must conform to Christ that which has been reformed. (3) Union -- we must transform through Christ that which has been condemned.

This book must be read, not only with the head, but with the heart. We must think and pray. This daily exercise will transform belief into realization, theory into practice. This work is authored by Rev. Anthony J. Paone, S.J. It is an invaluable guide to spiritual growth.

My Daily Bread - $11.50 ea. (plus shipping)

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St. Maria Goretti was not 12 years old when she was faced with the momentous decision in July of 1902: sin or death. Maria's answer to her assailant was clear: "No! No! It is a sin! God does not want this!" Alessandro stabbed Maria 14 times, and little Maria became another virgin martyr in the line of St. Agnes and St. Cecelia. Here is the beautiful true story of Maria's virtuous life that led to her heroic choice, and of the Goretti family's terrible poverty, Maria's First Holy Communion, her great maturity in shouldering adult responsibilities, her forgiveness of her murderer, her lingering death, then finally her public elevation to sainthood in 1950 -- in the presence of her mother, her family, and the largest crowd ever seen at a canonization -- over a half million people.

St. Maria Goretti: In Garments All Red - $7.00 (+ shipping)

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The Mass - A Study of the Roman Liturgy - by Adrian Fortescue - Available in both Paperback and Hard Cover. This book was a tremendous contribution to English speaking Catholics. With knowledge of the origin and development of the rite of Mass, Catholics could more confidently defend its sacrificial nature against the heretics who despised it. Too, the book was a great help in answering the questions of those curious Protestants who were in various degrees jealous of the liturgical beauty of the Roman Mass. Hard Cover.

The author, the son of a converted Anglican clergyman, was born in 1874. He was educated in England by the Jesuits and pursued further studies in Rome at the Scots College, finishing his theological courses at the University of Innsburck. After ordination he was assigned various curateships, from one wof which he managed to take a year sabbatical in Syria. Already a Hebrais scholar, here he perfected his fluency with the Arabic language. Fortescue was proficient in a variety of subjects including ecclesiastical history, Greek patrology, linguistics, dogmatic theology, and especially, liturgical history. In addition to these and many other subjects, he was a gifted choirmaster. Adrian Fortescue did much in his native country to publicly defend the papacy, specifically in one aspect, papal infallibility. Fortescue died young, aged forty-nine, from cancer.

The Mass - A Study of the Roman Liturgy -Paperback - $19.00

"/>The Mass - A Study of the Roman Liturgy -Hard Cover - $29.50 This book was a tremendous contribution to English speaking Catholics. With knowledge of the origin and development of the rite of Mass, Catholics could more confidently defend its sacrificial nature against the heretics who despised it. Too, the book was a great help in answering the questions of those curious Protestants who were in various degrees jealous of the liturgical beauty of the Roman Mass. Hard Cover.

The author, the son of a converted Anglican clergyman, was born in 1874. He was educated in England by the Jesuits and pursued further studies in Rome at the Scots College, finishing his theological courses at the University of Innsburck. After ordination he was assigned various curateships, from one wof which he managed to take a year sabbatical in Syria. Already a Hebrais scholar, here he perfected his fluency with the Arabic language. Fortescue was proficient in a variety of subjects including ecclesiastical history, Greek patrology, linguistics, dogmatic theology, and especially, liturgical history. In addition to these and many other subjects, he was a gifted choirmaster. Adrian Fortescue did much in his native country to publicly defend the papacy, specifically in one aspect, papal infallibility. Fortescue died young, aged forty-nine, from cancer.T

The Mass - A Study of the Roman Liturgy - Hard Cover - $29.50

 

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