You Shape Your Children is a sequel to the best- seller Handle with Care which has sold over 30,000 copies so far. In this challenging book, the author takes up just one aspect of bringing up children, namely, discipline —undoubtedly the most difficult and yet the most important area. If you train your children in proper discipline, the author argues, they will certainly succeed primarily in academics and subsequently in life. A mistaken notion of ‘freedom’ that has played down the need for discipline in the formation of the young person, has often failed to make of our children men and women of substance. This book will prove to be an eye-opener for parents and help them train their children in “positive discipline” that will groom them to be mature human beings who can confidently take on the challenges that life presents.
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.
Catholics And the New Age
in Catholics and the New Age, Fr. Pacwa probes the reasons why many Catholics are dabbling in the new age movement. he shares his firsthand experiences and disillusionment with Jungian psychology, the enneagram, and astrology as a Jesuit seminarian. He also provides invaluable information on new-age fads, including the use of crystals and channeling.
Christ* Church* Mankind; The Spirit of Vatican II according to POPE JOHN PAUL II
The glory of God is the living man, say St. Irenaeus. This same perception so dear to John Paul II is central to the vision of faith that underpins Vatican II, reemerges in its documents, and shines out of the long and intense witness of Pope John Paul II.
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.