The Interior Castle
Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Lord of the World
The Interior Castle by St Teresa of Avila is a remarkable description of the entire spiritual life from the first release from mortal sin into Sanctifying Grace through the Mystical Marriage of the soul with Christ.
One of the most brilliant books of Catholic apologetics in English, Chesterton wrote Orthodoxy in 1908 in response to a challenge from one of his readers to state his creed.
The Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola outlines the rigorous self-examination and spiritual meditations set forth by the saint and still practised by many today.
Considered by many to be the greatest single book of Marian spirituality ever written, True Devotion to Mary is St Louis de Montfort's classic text on the spiritual way to Jesus Christ through the Blessed Virgin.
True Devotion to Mary
Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius
Come Rack! Come Rope!
Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich's books give visionary recreations of details and circumstances of events in the Gospel, offering Catholics a sense of being privileged witnesses.
Come Rack! Come Rope! is the most vivid gripping novel ever written about the English Reformation, telling of the struggles and sufferings of Catholic Recusants under Elizabeth I.
A spiritual commentary made up of a series of stories from the Life of St Francis. For the second part of this book, St Bonaventure visited Assisi to look at original documents and talk to a surviving companion of St Francis.
The Little Flowers
Foundations of Monasticism
Featuring the life of St Anthony in the desert, the rule of St Benedict and the 12 degrees of Humility and Pride, this book provides both first-time and advanced readers with the main principles of Catholic prayer life and contemplation.
The Spiritual Combat
Written in 1907, Lord of the World foresees a time when the West is succumbing to a form of international socialism that crushes individuality, where materialism and state control are triumphant. Sound familiar?
First published in 1589, The Spiritual Combat provides timeless guidance in spiritual discipline. St Francis de Sales read from it himself every day and recommended it to everyone.
The Story of a Soul conveys St Thérèse of Liseux's Little Way of spiritual childhood. It was approved by Pope Pius XI as a way for all to grow in holiness through unfailing confidence and childlike delight in God's merciful love.
Based on acclaimed works on St Joseph recommended by Pius IX, this book references The Mystical City of God by Venerable Mary of Agreda, which was praised by St Pius X and brings to light many unknown areas of St Joseph’s life.
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