One of the truly remarkable catholic books the reader will ever encounter, The mother of God and her glorious feasts is actually more than a book about Mary, for its also gives a complete view of the catholic way of life and is also one of those rare books of facts and insight into the facts written in a down to earth.
See how she loves us
See how she loves us is an amazing collection of apparitions of the blessed virgin Mary. Ranging across twenty three countries and two millennia the visions chronicled here show Mary's deep love for mankind, her son, and the church. Joan Carroll Cruz has meticulously researched fifty apparitions of our lady.
What You Should Know About Mary
As the mother of Jesus, Mary is the epitome of faith and fidelity—the ultimate model of selflessness. But her example is often dismissed by today's cynical society. What You Should Know about Mary focuses on Mary's strength, spirituality, and relevance in the modern world. Author Charlene Altemose portrays Mary in all her greatness... as the bearer of God's promise to all ... and as a model for all who have followed, do follow and will follow the Word of Christ. Altemose reminds us that Mary is someone all of us can relate to. Whether it was being displaced from her home, coping with the growing independence of Jesus as an adolescent, dealing with the harsh realities of being a single parent and widow, or experiencing the isolation of living alone. Mary modelled a life of faith that is just as applicable today as it was two thousand years ago. Regardless
She Is My Mother
SHE IS MY MOTHER POPE FRANCIS' ENCOUNTERS WITH MARY In an interview with the author, who was his secretary during the World Youth Day (2013), in Rio de Janeiro, Pope Francis shares his experiences with Our Lady, since his childhood until his present mission as Bishop of Rome. The Pope speaks of his favourite Marian prayers and devotions and highlights their importance in the life of the Church and of Christians; the value of the Marian sanctuaries and popular piety, the place of the woman in the Church and many other topics relevant for today. Going beyond the interview, the author clears the paths that lead to the mind and the Marian heart of Pope Francis and invites the reader to do the same, of course, always using the motherly care of Mary.
In quest of the Jewish Mary
Beautifully written, this book opens up new windows of imagination. Its accessible style puts vitally important areas of biblical, feminist,and spiritual theology within reach of a wide audience. Inviting the reader to pray to God with the Jewish Mary is an inspired move that engages the reader's heart as well as the mind.