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The Penny Catechism

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300 questions and answers on all aspects of the Faith. Excellent basic class text and short summary of Catholic teaching for everyone. Easy to read, won't overwhelm the prospective convert! Great for missionary work or apologetics. An official catechism.


The Penny Catechism

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Catholic pamphlet. Catechism.


Catholic Devotion in Victorian England

Author: Mary Heimann
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Heimann offers a controversial analysis of the influence of long-established recusant devotions and attitudes in the new context of the reestablishment of Roman Catholicism in England from the mid-nineteenth century.


Catholicism in Britain France Since 1789

Author: Frank Tallett
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This book provides a balanced and up-to-date analysis of Catholicism in Britain and France by leading experts on various aspects of the faith in the two hundred years since the French Revolution. By focusing on two countries whose religious establishment and experience were markedly different, and by adopting a comparative approach, the book is able to offer a fresh and unusual perspective on the challenges facing the Catholic Church in the modern world and on its impact not only on believers but also on the two societies as a whole.


The Complete Idiot s Guide to the Catholic Catechism

Author: David I. Fulton, STD, JCD
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Operating instructions for being a Catholic. The Catechism is an amazing collection of Church teachings and rules that cover everything from the basics, like honoring God, to more unusual subjects, such as paying just wages and respecting animals. Perfect for students, lay teachers, Catholics, and readers of other faiths, this guide is the key to understanding the daily life of Catholics and gives readers an appreciation for what Catholics believe. ? Provides information and explanations without a conservative or liberal slant ? Co-author is a clergyperson expert on the teachings of the Catechism ? Companion volume to The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Understanding Catholicism, Third Edition


We Were Rich and We Didn t Know It

Author: Tom Phelan
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In the tradition of Frank McCourt’s Angela’s Ashes and Alice Taylor’s To School Through the Fields, Tom Phelan’s We Were Rich and We Didn't Know It is a heartfelt and masterfully written memoir of growing up in Ireland in the 1940s. Tom Phelan, who was born and raised in County Laois in the Irish midlands, spent his formative years working with his wise and demanding father as he sought to wrest a livelihood from a farm that was often wet, muddy, and back-breaking. It was a time before rural electrification, the telephone, and indoor plumbing; a time when the main modes of travel were bicycle and animal cart; a time when small farmers struggled to survive and turkey eggs were hatched in the kitchen cupboard; a time when the Church exerted enormous control over Ireland. We Were Rich and We Didn't Know It recounts Tom’s upbringing in an isolated, rural community from the day he was delivered by the local midwife. With tears and laughter, it speaks to the strength of the human spirit in the face of life's adversities.


The catechism yesterday and today

Author: Berard L. Marthaler
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The Life of O Connell

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The Truth Which Sets Free

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"He who has ears let him hear." Jesus said those words many times. What did he mean? He also declared, "The truth will set you free." Which truth? Free from what? This book will tell you in no uncertain terms, a message to be stapled on the world's bulletin board for any who pass by, and in particular for those who have the "right ears." It is a thorough explanation of the astonishing freedom won by Christ for his elect and the devastating implications this has for all world religion and philosophy, especially Christianity. It will shatter the myths underpinning many long cherished beliefs and rock the Church to its foundations. Along with many other surprises you will discover that the word "church" is not even in the Bible! This investigation covers most aspects of the Church with special reference to its origin in early times: fathers, councils, creeds, buildings, names and titles, saints, priesthood and clergy, celibacy, ordination, confirmation, sacraments, tithes, sabbaths, festivals, gospels and media, assurance, second-coming and ecumenical beliefs. All these are weighed against Scripture, namely the teachings of Christ, the apostles and prophets, and found to be either non-existent, obsolete, not the same thing or quite the opposite! However, these concepts did not materialize from nothing; all came from someone, somewhere. The revelation of each source will be quite a shock for readers who thought they had a handle on the facts. Well-documented and researched but written in dynamic style, this presentation is often moving and alarming. This is the truth which sets free.


We Believe

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Taken from his own catechism courses, We Believe: A Simple Commentary on the Catechism of Christian Doctrine by Monsignor A. N. Gilbey was first published anonymously and became a surprise smash hit. Following the structure of A Catechism of Christian Doctrine, better known as the Penny Catechism, We Believe teaches the Faith in classic question-and-answer form. But where the Penny Catechism excels in its simplicity, We Believe excels in its thoroughness and depth, and in its personal even conversational explanations. Msgr. Gilbey draws from the Scriptures, the rich treasury of Catholic Theology, the writings of the saints, and his own perceptive insights into human nature to lead readers step-by-step to a comprehensive grasp of the Catholic Faith. Msgr. Gilbey divides his lectures into three categories: Faith, Hope, and Love. Faith covers Divine Revelation, the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Holy Spirit, the Church, the Communion of Saints, forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. Hope addresses Church teachings on grace and prayer, Our Lady, and the Sacraments. Lastly, Charity gives us a rich explanation of the Ten Commandments. With a tender love for both the Church and for his students, and a distinctively English charm, Msgr. Gilbey's We Believe: A Simple Commentary on the Catechism of Christian Doctrine is at once engaging, personal, and inspiring.