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  1. Opening Gifts - Marriage Holy Orders - Workbook

    By Sherry Gieser Workbook, includes Parent Teacher Guide to vocations in the back of the book. Paperback 2003 Education Resources View page: Opening Gifts - Marriage Holy Orders - Workbook
  2. Order of Celebrating Matrimony

    By International Commission on English in the Liturgy In this highly anticipated English translation according to the Second Typical Edition, the Ordo Celebrandi Matrimonium "is presented with an enrichment of the Introduction, rites and prayers, and with certain changes introduced... View page: Order of Celebrating Matrimony
  3. The Ear of the Heart - An Actress' Journey From Hollywood to Holy Vows

    By Mother Dolores Hart, OSB and Richard DeNeut "Listen and attend with the ear of your heart." - Saint Benedict Dolores Hart stunned Hollywood in 1963, when after ten highly successful feature films, she chose to enter a contemplative monastery.... View page: The Ear of the Heart - An Actress' Journey From Hollywood to Holy Vows
  4. An Arrow in His Hand

    By Maria Vadia We are in a battle! As God's people, we need to rise up in the power of the Holy Spirit and fight the good fight of faith (2 Tim. 6:12). Maria Vadia has brought to us a... View page: An Arrow in His Hand
  5. Miraculous Images of Our Lord - Famous Catholic Statues, Portraits & Crucifixes

    By Joan Carroll Cruz 42 true accounts about miraculous manifestations of Our Lord from various parts of the globe, richly illustrated by actual photos. Miraculous statues, crucifixes and other holy images. Includes The Holy Shroud, Veil of Veronica, Infant Jesus... View page: Miraculous Images of Our Lord - Famous Catholic Statues, Portraits & Crucifixes
  6. Celebrate Mass With Your Heart

    By Fr. Slavko Barbaric, OFM This work introduces us and takes our heart to the profound mystery of the entire Christian liturgy: to Holy Mass, the bloodless sacrifice of Jesus; to the Greatest and most precious gift that God has... View page: Celebrate Mass With Your Heart
  7. The General Instruction of the Roman Missal

    By United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Including norms for the distribution and reception of Holy Communion under Both Kinds in the Dioceses of the United States of America. The General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM), from the Roman... View page: The General Instruction of the Roman Missal
  8. The Sacred Heart and the Priesthood

    By Mother Louise Margaret Claret de la Touche Translated from the French by Father Patrick O'Connell "My priest is My other self; I love him, but he must be holy." Mother Louise Margaret Claret de la Touche (1868-1915), a Visitation... View page: The Sacred Heart and the Priesthood
  9. And the Word Became Flesh - Lectio Divina Journal

    By Disciple of Christ, Education in Virtue Our lectio divina journal, And the Word became flesh, allows one to contemplate more deeply the circumstances of His coming by pondering the four reasons for the Incarnation. We are happy to share with... View page: And the Word Became Flesh - Lectio Divina Journal
  10. The Adoremus Hymnal: Standard Edition, Second Edition

    Produced by Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy Formerly the Adoremus Choir Edition The Adoremus Hymnal, first published in 1997, has been revised to incorporate the new English translation of the Mass. The new edition also includes... View page: The Adoremus Hymnal: Standard Edition, Second Edition

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