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  • Pursuing Freedom: Becoming the Man You Could Be

    Men are always on a quest for freedom. But what does true freedom really look like in today's world? Society fills us with shallow promises and phony role models. In Pursuing Freedom, author Thomas Wurtz points Catholic men in a very different direction. To be truly free is to follow Christ, and to imitate the saints. When men make that bold move they will find true freedom.

    Thomas Wurtz
    Item: T2034
  • Who Am I, Lord? Finding Your Identity in Christ

    The question "Who am I?" is on the minds and hearts of people of all ages. And for good reason: The answer is important! Who we are - or who we think we are - drives our actions and shapes our relationships. Only when we understand who Christ really is can he show us who we are. Our identity in Christ opens us to the promises he has made us and leads us to the freedom to be who we were created to be.

    Joe Heschmeyer
    Item: T1998
  • Seeking Peace: A Spiritual Journey from Worry to Trust (Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women #5)

    If you consider yourself a master worrier, or if you come from a long line of worrywarts, you are not alone - Allison Gingras has been there. Drawing from her own story, Sacred Scripture, and the traditions of the Church, she helps readers embark on the life-changing journey from worry to trust. You can record your own responses to these insights right in the journal and bring those thoughts to your small faith groups for further discussion.

    Allison Gingras
    Item: T2420
  • Counterfeit Spirituality: Exposing the False Gods

    Counterfeit Spirituality: Exposing the False Gods equips Catholics to spot false teachings and practices that have infiltrated our society and captivated members of our Church. Now more than ever, we need to recognize the differences between true and false spiritualities so that we and those we love can grow closer to God and the truth of his Church.

    Bryan Mercier
    Item: T1975
  • Listening for God in Everyday Life

    In Listening for God in Everyday Life, author, speaker, and psychologist Joseph White shows us how to listen for God in this noisy, chaotic world. God is speaking to us all the time, but we have to learn to hear his voice. Drawing on his personal experience, Joseph reveals the means God uses to speak directly to our hearts. Some of these may even surprise you!

    Joseph D. White, Ph.D.
    Item: T2035
  • The Catholic Runner: 30 Days of Motivation and Inspiration

    In The Catholic Runner: 30 Days of Motivation and Inspiration, Catholic runner Chris Easterly becomes your personal trainer and running buddy, encouraging you with stories of his own running successes and failures, along with Scripture, saints quotes, and insights that will keep you going or get you started. The brief daily devotions come with a (totally doable) running challenge and a prayer to keep with you during your day.

    Chris Easterly
    Item: T2303
  • I Can Be Happy Too: A Book About Attitudes

    In simple rhyme accompanied by Scripture verses and sweet, expressive illustrations, I Can Be Happy, Too teaches children that while we can't control the bad things that happen to us, we can control how we respond to disappointment and adversity. As essential as emotions are, they often prevent our children (and us!) from responding to the world in the best way. Learning how to respond to life's ups and downs positively empowers our children and helps them mature into emotionally healthy adults.

    Susan A. Howard
    Item: T2426
  • Know Thyself: The Imperfectionist's Guide to Sorting Your Stuff

    Know Thyself is an effective and fun way to discover your personal and organizational styles, and will help you own your style. You’ll take what you might have thought was a flaw and learn how to make it a strength. And that, plus Lisa’s help and a sense of humor, will guide you toward an organization method you can really stick with.

    Lisa Lawmaster Hess
    Item: T1996
  • Lectio Divina for Teens: Reading God's Messages to You

    Did you know God has written you a letter? It's "hidden" in the sacred Scriptures. The Scriptures are God's word for his people, the Church. But he also uses them to speak to every person who seeks him there. This prayer journal is all about learning to read God's letter to you using an ancient prayer method known as lectio divina, which means "divine reading."

    Jerry Windley-Daoust
    Item: T2391

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