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St. Benedict's Manual
By Rev. Wendelin Maria Mayer, O.S.B. Impr. 1875. 844 page book.
From the preface: “The object of the author is, to re-kindle in the hearts of the faithful, that love towards this saint, which, in former times, inflamed the hearts of so many thousands throughout the whole world.” Containing morning and evening devotions, prayers at Mass, and much, much more, St. Benedict’s Manual is sure to provide direction on how one should pray. From the instruction on prayer, the manual states, “No saint has ever yet entered heaven, without having used prayer, as the weapon by which he conquered and put to fight the enemies of his soul.” As such, this book’s aim is to assist you in raising your heart to God through guided prayers and passages from which to read.
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Canons & Decrees of the Council of Trent
Original Text with English Translation by Rev. H.J. Schroeder, O.P. In the list of general councils Trent holds the first place, not only because of its restatement of Catholic doctrine and its initiation of a genuine reform, but also because of its extraordinary influence both within and without the Church. Its purpose was twofold, to define the doctrines of the Church in reply to the heresies of the Protestants, and to bring about a thorough reform of the inner life of Christians. To enhance the merits of this treasure, the Latin text of the cannons and decrees is given in the second part of this book. The translation of these dogmatic decisions will be of immense advantage not only to the clergy but also and especially to the seminarian and the educated layman. 308 page book. Impr. 1941.
Was: $16.95 Now: $15.26
Catechism of the Council of Trent
The Church at the Council of Trent, assembled Dec. 13, 1545, seeing the need of a uniform and comprehensive manual which would supply parish priests with an official book of instruction for the faithful, ordered the preparation of the work which has ever since been known as the Catechism of the Council of Trent. There is no single-volume work which so combines solidity of doctrine and practical usefulness with unction of treatment as does this truly marvelous Catechism. From beginning to end it not only reflects the light of faith, but it also radiates, to an unwonted degree, the warmth of devotion and piety. 664 page book, Impr 1923.
Was: $26.75 Now: $24.08

Holy Guardian Angels
Feast Day is Oct. 2nd.

Our Heavenly Companions
Imprimatur, 1956. 94 page booklet.

Tells all about Guardian Angels and the work that is entrusted to them by our Heavenly Father. Learn about how they protect us, help us, inspire us, pray for us, assist us, and console us. Includes Mass of the Guardian Angels, Litany of the Holy Angel Guardian, Novena to Our Guardian Angel, Prayer for a Happy Death, Prayer to Our Guardian Angel, and much more!
Was: $5.75 Now: $5.18

October is the Month of the Holy Rosary

The Book of the Holy Rosary
By the Rev. Henry Formby. A Doctrinal Exposition of its Fifteen Mysteries, mainly conveyed in select extracts from the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, with an explanation of their corresponding types in the old testament. A preservative against unbelief.
By the Reverend Henry Formby, of the Third Order of Dominic. Embellished with 36 full-page illustrations. Designed by Clasen, D. Mosler, and J.H. Powell.The book will be seen to consist in substance of a selection chiefly taken from the writings of the great Saints and Doctors of the Church, nearly all of them probably now for the first time in the English language. Great care, however, has been taken to point out the several stages or steps in the progress of the Divine work of human redemption, to which each of the fifteen mysteries bears its respective and most instructive testimony.
140 page book Imprimatur 1872.
Was: $14.55 Now: $11.64


The Lord's Prayer Poster
19"x27" poster.
Was: $21.95 Now: $14.95
Stations of the Cross
19"x27" poster.
Was: $21.95 Now: $14.95
Italian, Pearlized St. Therese Statue
12" statue, made of plaster in Italy with rhinestone halo.
Limited Stock!
Was: $99 Now: $67


Matrimony Note Card
Actual Size: 4¼" x 5½". Blank Inside. Detachable bookmark, beautiful full color envelope included
Was: $1.59 Now: $1.20

Liturgical Year Sale

All individual volumes reduced to $12 - $16!!
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By Abbot Dom Gueranger, O.S.B.
Translated from the French by Dom Laurence Shepherd, O.S.B. Imprimatur, 1910.
The Sacred Liturgy is the life-blood of the Church, the society dedicated to the praise of God and the salvation of souls. From it all men draw life as from life’s source and through it they attain their final end. As the eager and devoted Catholic follows the liturgy and Dom Guernger’s incomparable commentary on it throughout the year, he will receive all the instruction he needs in Catholic doctrine, in dogma, in the Mysteries of the Faith, in the Church’s most venerable traditions, in world history, the history of the Church and liturgical history, in devotion and in other practices of the Church, while at the same time praying the prayer of the Church, the prayer that, as Dom Gueranger writes, “is most pleasing to the ear and heart of God, and therefore the most efficacious of all prayers.” St. Therese of Lisieux immersed herself in this book growing up and look what she became! Readers of these volumes frequently comment that they are worth their weight in gold. There is no better way to sideline the distractions of the world, the flesh and the devil than immersion in the life of the Church. Finally, (from the Preface) “We beg to remind our readers, that in a work like the present, the success of the writer is absolutely dependent up the holy Spirit …We venture therefore to ask the children of the Church, who desire to see her prayer loved and used above all others, to aid us by recommending our work to God, that so our unworthiness may not be an obstacle to what we have undertaken, and which we feel to be so much above our strength."