A truly successful marriage is not one that is entirely happy but one in which both partners look at the relationship as a source and sign of bonding that encompasses both happiness and the occasional lack of it. And what makes for its constant growth is a good recipe. It is only when you know what the essential ingredients are and how they are to be used, i.e. the right measure, that you get the dish of your choice! Thus both the components (ingredients) and the process (preparation) are responsible for the desired result, the inadvertent omission of even the smallest of essential ingredients reflecting in the product. With Recipe for a Happy Marriage, a book that brings you culinary science at its marital best, you can’t go wrong!
This new book by esteemed father in the faith, Archbishop Donald Cardinal Wuerl, and my friend Mike Aquilina is a wonderful treatment of the great amen of the fathers of the church and the assent of the gathered community of faith within our houses of worship.
Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts
Designed for undergraduate use, Catholicism In Social And Historical Contexts is replete with details and revelatory stories that trace the evolution of Catholicism from a tiny Jewish sect to the dominant religion in the west. In evoking this rich history, Curt Cadorette shows how the challenges Catholicism faces today present a dynamic similar to that of the first century.
Yours is the Church
this book provides an urgently needed and eye-opening reminder of the historical witness, cultural greatness, moral leadership, and perennial relevance of the catholic church. Christianity has radically changed the world for the better. in a book that's both thoughtful and entertaining, Mike Aquilina shows how the Gospel really has been the good news in the most practical ways possible. Even the atheist ought to thank...whoever he thanks...for the rise of Christianity.
A Concise Guide To Catholic Social Teaching
Topics related to Catholic social teaching emerge regularly in American political and civil discourse, often connected to discussions about religious freedom, abortion, immigrant right, racism, capital punishment, and health care.