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52 Issues of The Wanderer and a complimentary copy of Crossing The Threshold of Hope.
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52 Issues of The Wanderer and a copy of the following three items;Veritatis Splendor, Fides et Ratio, and The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality.
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52 Issues of The Wanderer and a complimetary copy of Mere Creatures of The State.
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(The Wanderer’s 130 Year Adventure In Catholic Journalism) “No one with even a slight interest in recent American Catholic Church history can afford to withhold consideration and attention from this fine work.” — Most Rev. Fabian W. Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln
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The Little Catechism On Confession begins with an introduction and follows with chapters entitled: Does God Love Me?; How Do We Understand Sin?; Why Did Jesus Start The Sacrament Of Confession?; How Do I Make A Good Confession?; Conclusion; Examination Of Conscience; How To Make An Individual Confession; Passages From Sacred Scripture; Prayers.
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cateuch.jpg The Little Catechism on The holy Eucharist
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The Little Catechism On The Holy Eucharist begins with an introduction and follows with chapters entitled: What Do We Believe About The Holy Eucharist?; How Do We Prepare For Holy Communion?; What Is The Correct Way To Receive Holy Communion?; How Do We Show Reverence To The Blessed Sacrament?; Prayers; Indulgences; Glossary.
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humansex.jpg The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality
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Co-published by The Wanderer and Human Life International, this vital document from the Vatican with the accompanying commentary by Msgr. John F. McCarthy should be must reading for every Catholic concerned about the spiritual and moral training of our Catholic youth.
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The long-awaited anthology of essays and stories about Christmas that have appeared over the years in The Wanderer. Edited by Frank Morriss, A Christmas Celebration contains 74 stories, verse and essays by 36 authors. The book’s foreword is the first chapter, verses 1-14 of St. John’s Gospel. Also included in the book are black and white reproductions of five masterpieces of Christmas art which have appeared in various Christmas issues of The Wanderer. Dedicated to the late editor and publisher of The Wanderer, Alphonse J. Matt Sr., A Christmas Celebration has a preface by Msgr. Richard J. Schuler and an introduction by Frank Morriss. “This is a book that can be a Christmas gift with Christ in it, and a celebration of Christ in Christmas for its readers. We hope that it brings Christmas itself to readers. It should enhance what Christmas is, lift a corner of the immense mystery and reflect a beam of light caught from the mysterious star that for a moment made night into day for the first Christmas celebrators.” — (Editor, Frank Morriss.)
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crossing.jpg Crossing The Threshold of Hope
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Sixteen years into his Papacy, and on the eve of the millennium, Pope John Paul II brings to an accessible level the great theological questions of our lives. He goes to the heart of his personal beliefs and speaks with passion about the existence of God; about the dignity of man; about pain, suffering, and evil; about eternal life and the meaning of salvation; about hope; the relationship of Christianity to other faiths and that of Catholicism to the other branches of the Christian faith. With the humility and generosity for which he is known, Pope John Paul speaks forthrightly to all people. His message: “Have no fear.” His book: a necessity, an inspiration, a treasure for readers everywhere.
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trower.jpg The Catholic Church and The Counter-Faith
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A Study of the Roots of Modern Secularism, Relativsm and de-Christianization. This magnificent analysis of all the philosophical and theological errors that have been employed in the attempt to undermine the truth and reality of the Holy Catholic Church is truly amazing. Readers may find for themselves the means by which thought destructive of traditional Catholic understandings invaded Catholic education, practice, and disciplines such as chastity. All in all it is the sad story of the Enlightenment’s victory, temporal and temporary as it may be, over Catholic insistence on a goal for human fulfillment in a Kingdom not of this world. . . . “It is Fr. [Karl] Rahner that Trower gives particular attention to as exemplifying the influence of all these tides of thought bringing into today’s Church a ‘counter-faith.’ “Further, Trower points out that Rahner illustrates ‘better than any other figure of the conciliar period’ the Catholic scholars ‘who fall in love with their special subject and start subordinating the faith to it’.” — Frank Morriss in his review in The Wanderer
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compendium.jpg Compendium if The Catechism of The Catholic Church - Hardcover
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In 2003 the Holy Father established a special commission, presided over by the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, charged with preparing a Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, containing a more concise and dialogic version of the same contents of Catholic faith and morals. “Forty years after the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council and in the heart of the Year of the Eucharist, the compendium can be a precious aid for satisfying the hunger for truth felt by every human person of every age and condition.” -Joaquin Navarro-Valls; Director, Vatican Press Office. As Catholics' hunger for the faith continues to grow, Pope Benedict XVI gives the Church the "food" that it seeks in the 598 questions and answers in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This 200-page volume offers a quick synopsis of the essential contents of the Faith as promulgated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Like the 1992 Catechism, the Compendium has a four-part structure, and includes a section on common prayers and Catholic doctrinal formulas. Because of the question-and-answer format, catechetical leaders, parents, pastors, teachers, principals, and catechists have an important new tool to present Church teaching, and reinvigorate the Church's ongoing mission of evangelization and catechesis. Individuals can come to better know and understand the unfathomable riches of the salvific mystery of Jesus Christ" by reading, using, and memorizing parts of the Compendium of the Catechism. An essential tool for youth and young adults, the Compendium is the perfect companion to a Catholic’s other spiritual assets - Prayer, Scripture, Church History, Sacred Liturgy, Catholic Literature. Teachers in high schools, colleges, and parishes will appreciate its versatility-as a reference book, discussion starter, or core resource for religious education programs. Fourteen images taken from masterpieces of Christian art set a tone for each part or section. "The sacred images, with their beauty, are also a proclamation of the Gospel and express the splendor of the Catholic truth," explained Pope Benedict XVI. The Compendium of the Catechism was prepared by a commission presided by the then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Following the request for greater appreciation of the Catechism, and in order to meet a widespread need that emerged during the 2002 International Catechetical Congress, in 2003 the Holy Father established a special commission, presided by the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, that he charged with preparing a Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, containing a more concise and dialogic version of the same contents of Catholic faith and morals.
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olmstead.jpg Catholics in The Public Square
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As Catholics in the modern world, we have certain responsibilities to our nation, our families and ourselves. What duties we owe can be a matter of considerable debate. Popular culture tells us that we shouldn't speak about religion and politics in the public arena. But what is our authentic role as Catholics in today's world? Bishop Olmsted explains what is appropriate in today's secular world and how we should seek to influence our nation and the political process, in light of our Catholic faith. You will learn the answers to these important issues and more: * How to fight against secularization in our society and the misrepresentation of faith in public. * How Catholics can contribute to a culture of life. * What role Catholic doctrine should play in the public square. * What issues can ban Catholics form Hoy Communion. * What the "non-negotiable" issues are for Catholics involved in politics. * What main responsibilities Catholics have to family and society.
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amchurch.jpg Amchurch Comes Out
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The Book Every Catholic Should Read! The U.S. Bishops Pedophile Scandals and The Homoxesual Agenda. The Wanderer’s news editor Paul Likoudis has written what we believe to be the most definitive and comprehensive analysis of the present crisis of the Catholic Church in America. Titled Amchurch Comes Out – The U.S. Bishops, Pedophile Scandals and the Homosexual Agenda and published by Roman Catholic Faithful, the book is expected to arrive at The Wanderer’s office within days. Amchurch Comes Out reflects Paul’s fifteen years of intensive reporting on the disastrous effects of modernist, dissident bishops, priests, theologians, and Church bureaucrats on the integrity of the Catholic Church in America. Nothing has been spared by these arrogant hijackers: Sacred Scripture, the Sacred Liturgy, the sacraments, every aspect of Catholic doctrine including the Church’s moral teaching, catechesis, Catholic education, seminary formation, priestly life. This book should be read by every reader of The Wanderer, given to pastors and to confused and uninformed Catholics. — A.J. Matt Jr., Editor The Wanderer
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compendium.jpg Compendium of The Catechism of The Catholic Church - Soft Cover
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In 2003 the Holy Father established a special commission, presided over by the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, charged with preparing a Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, containing a more concise and dialogic version of the same contents of Catholic faith and morals. “Forty years after the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council and in the heart of the Year of the Eucharist, the compendium can be a precious aid for satisfying the hunger for truth felt by every human person of every age and condition.” -Joaquin Navarro-Valls; Director, Vatican Press Office. As Catholics' hunger for the faith continues to grow, Pope Benedict XVI gives the Church the "food" that it seeks in the 598 questions and answers in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This 200-page volume offers a quick synopsis of the essential contents of the Faith as promulgated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Like the 1992 Catechism, the Compendium has a four-part structure, and includes a section on common prayers and Catholic doctrinal formulas. Because of the question-and-answer format, catechetical leaders, parents, pastors, teachers, principals, and catechists have an important new tool to present Church teaching, and reinvigorate the Church's ongoing mission of evangelization and catechesis. Individuals can come to better know and understand the unfathomable riches of the salvific mystery of Jesus Christ" by reading, using, and memorizing parts of the Compendium of the Catechism. An essential tool for youth and young adults, the Compendium is the perfect companion to a Catholic’s other spiritual assets - Prayer, Scripture, Church History, Sacred Liturgy, Catholic Literature. Teachers in high schools, colleges, and parishes will appreciate its versatility-as a reference book, discussion starter, or core resource for religious education programs. Fourteen images taken from masterpieces of Christian art set a tone for each part or section. "The sacred images, with their beauty, are also a proclamation of the Gospel and express the splendor of the Catholic truth," explained Pope Benedict XVI. The Compendium of the Catechism was prepared by a commission presided by the then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Following the request for greater appreciation of the Catechism, and in order to meet a widespread need that emerged during the 2002 International Catechetical Congress, in 2003 the Holy Father established a special commission, presided by the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, that he charged with preparing a Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, containing a more concise and dialogic version of the same contents of Catholic faith and morals.
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