Dramatized audio production with a full cast of characters and exciting sound effects!
The uplifting story of St. Monica (the model of Christian mothers) and St. Augustine.
From Tagaste to Carthage to Rome and on to Milan, Monica prayed for her wayward son and shed many tears for him. In the end, her selfless sacrifices and Christian example won for us all one of the great Doctors of the Church. Twenty-three scenes and eighteen characters, along with a superb soundtrack, bring this work vividly to life; furthermore, it teaches us, in a dramatic way, the power of prayer.
Based on the 6th French edition. This book was composed shortly after World War I by an Italian priest who wished to remain anonymous. “Manete in dilectione mea”? Our Blessed...
Originally written in French in 1870, Fr. Belet wages war against one of the worst sins of his (and our) time - backbiting - better known to us as detraction...
Bishop Sheen's masterpiece. "Christendom is over, but not Christ." Some say this is the best of Sheen's 84 books, his poem of the God-Man. (Don't blame him for the book's...
What do we care if this book originally appeared in 1863? People are still people; priests are still priests. The principles concerning both are timeless. Here's a book praised by...