Category: Charlie McKinney

Edith Stein’s Journey to Sainthood

Today, as the meaning of feminism is lost in a world of relativism, Edith Stein provides a model for a true feminist woman who authentically integrates faith, family, and work.

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The Supreme Vocation of Women

Melissa Maleski’s straightforward, engaging prose introduces you to the bracing, universal truths of the Church about the inherent strength and supreme vocation of womanhood

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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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