Charlie McKinney

Charlie McKinney is the Publisher of Sophia Institute Press and President of Sophia Institute for Teachers, CatholicExchange.com, CrisisMagazine.com, and EpicPew.com. Charlie is a convert to the Catholic Faith and is a regular guest on Catholic radio and television. He and his wife have four children and they reside in New Hampshire.

Articles By Charlie McKinney

60 Days to Becoming A Missionary Disciple

Fr. John Bartunek shows you how to overcome the inevitable spiritual obstacles you’ll face, how to nurture your holy desires so that they become stronger and more vibrant, and how to concentrate every element of your soul and personality in service of loving God and neighbor.

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The Saint Monica Club: Be Kind, Not Nice

In these pages, author Maggie Green provides wise, compassionate guidance for members of what she calls “The Saint Monica Club”: good Catholics suffering like Monica the rejection of the Faith by persons they love dearly.

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Carmelite Spirituality: To Belong to Jesus

Cardinal Anders Arborelius shows you how, by praying, sacrificing, and meditating in your own particular circumstances, as the great Carmelite saints did in theirs, you, too, can awaken to the sweet presence of God within you and grow ever more eager to hurry toward Him in your daily pilgrimage toward eternity.

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A Year with Fr. Rutler: Crowning Glory

This coveted set features nearly four hundred of Fr. Rutler’s most brilliant and cherished homilies and other writings, carefully organized to follow the liturgical year of the Catholic Church.

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Immortal Combat: War in Heaven

Fr. Dwight Longenecker maps out the myriad places where evil lurks in our world, shines a light on its many faces, and details the countless clever tricks it uses to hide.

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Meet Mary: Mary in the Early Church

“Meet Mary: Getting to Know the Mother of God” is a slim volume written by renowned Marian expert Mark Miravalle, and it will help you answer your questions — and more!

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