The new evangelisation that the holy father has called for is aimed at a specific group of people: fallen away or lapsed Catholic. With this new Evangelisation comes the new challenges to present the faith in creative and innovative ways. This updated and reader friendly catechism is an excellent resource that equips Catholics to grow in knowledge of the faith so that they have the confidence to share it with others.
St Joseph guide to the Catechism
Communion with non Catholic Christians
How should a catholic pastor respond to non Catholics who wish to have communion without conveying harshness, scrupulosity, legalism, or rudeness? Intended to help Christians recognize the present provisional norms and to seek new possibilities in Eucharistic sharing, communion with non Catholic Christians examines the risks, challenges, and opportunities involved in the admission of communion to non Catholic Christians.
Instructing Beginners in Faith
this book is written by Augustine as a reflection on the most suitable way of communicating the heart of Christian faith to those applying for membership of the church. in the course of the past sixteen hundred years, however, the treatise has been frequently and creatively adapted to serve the needs of education in faith in many di contexts, including the education of clergy and religious education more generally. read this book and know better
Faith Meets World
this is a great book. whether you are liberal or conservative in your outlook, this book offers very helpful insight into the background and the deeper meaning of the teaching we all find challenging to live.
A Treatise on Interior Peace
The teaching of this book is consistent with that of all other earlier Christian spiritual authors from the great ascetics an mystics of the desert of the 4th century through the middle ages down to our present time.....this classic is grounded in the wisdom and prudence of St Francis de Sales, yet I still solidly relevant to all modern Christians who seriously wish to attain that inner peace which comes from our union with the indwelling Trinity.