New Catholic Audios for Your Spiritual Growth and Enjoyment
The Family as a Path to Heaven by Dr. Peter Kreeft We live in challenging times, but do not despair. Mindful of Church history, Dr. Peter Kreeft suggests, "Bad times are not times to be bad, but to be good ó to become a saint." Dr. Kreeft is a Professor of Philosophy at Boston College and St. Johnís Seminary in Boston, MA. Also a husband and father of four children, he has authored over 28 books on a wide variety of philosophical and spiritual subjects including Scripture, apologetics, heaven, morality, the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas and C.S. Lewis. He contends that only by seizing the moment with the help of Godís grace, can individuals and families effectively witness the Gospel message to the world. He explores critical Christian concepts and offers much spiritual food for thought (and prayer). Drawing from the Bible, Church tradition and good-old common sense, this popular philosopher and prolific author makes truth tangible by means of his profound ponderings, everyday examples, and helpful anecdotes.
In his first talk, Teenís Questions, Godís Answers, Dr. Kreeft addresses some of the most important questions young people often ask about the meaning of life, their own identity, the mystery of God's love, and much more. Discover why "the simplest answers are always the best ones." Dr. Kreeftís responses are perfect for parents desperately wanting to detour their children off the highway to hell by gently guiding them down the right road leading to God.
In Back to Virtue: Traditional Moral Wisdom for the Modern Catholic Family, Dr. Kreeft provides a basic lesson in philosophy to better understand virtue and vice. Acknowledging the times in which we live, he bluntly contends, "Our civilization is dying because the fundamental foundation of every society ó the family ó is in crisis." To find our way in the "moral jungle" out there, Dr. Kreeft instructs virtue is the essential ingredient for individuals and families to rediscover health, happiness and holiness as God intends.
In the final talk, Heaven ó The Heart's Deepest Longing, heaven is the topic, yet he sadly notes that theological reflection about this concept is unfortunately lacking in most Christian circles. What a tragedy since heaven is our final goal and it is only by coming to understand its relationship to family that we can get a glimpse of the eternal realities that are reflected in our earthly pilgrimage.
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The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton (Read by Al Covaia)
What does evidence from archaeology, ancient history, and comparative religion really teach us about ourselves? How is man is different from other animals? Why are there so many religions? Writing in a time when social Darwinism was rampant, outstanding apologist G. K. Chesterton takes on evolutionism, feminism, cultural relativism and other modernistic notions that are still prevalent today. In this classic work Chesterton combines a sincere reverence for his subject matter with a devastating sense of humor and a knack for turning accepted secular dogmas on their heads-- while presenting Catholic dogmas as sensible and enlightened. Digitally re-mastered on eight audio tapes, this Chesterton classic challenges skeptics to get beyond their rationalistic prejudices and look objectively at Christ and His Church, "To put it shortly, the moment we are really impartial about it, we know why people are partial to it." Now you too can learn from the wit and wisdom of one of the 20th century's greatest lay apologists.Staunch Defender
Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London, England on May 29, 1874. A prolific and gifted author who wrote hundreds of books, poems, and short stories (including the popular Father Brown mysteries) Chesterton was a man with strong opinions and a genius for defending them. Nevertheless his exuberant personality allowed him to maintain warm friendships with such people as George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells-with whom he hotly disagreed. In fact The Everlasting Man is a sort of rebuttal to H.G. Wells' agnostic Outline of History. Ever the staunch defender of Catholicism, Chesterton believed that Christianity alone had the answers to life's dilemmas and paradoxes. His Catholic Faith illuminated his mind and opened his heart to truly experience the love of God revealed in Christ Jesus. Chesterton also used the tremendous gifts he was blessed with to address burning issue of his day (and ours).True Origin of Man
Masterfully read by Al Covaia, The Everlasting Man is considered by many to be Chesterton's greatest masterpiece. In this book he presents his whole view of world history as informed by the Incarnation. Beginning with the origin of man and the various religious attitudes throughout history, Chesterton shows how the fulfillment of all of man's desires takes place in the person of Jesus and the Church He founded. And that's really the point of the book-- to reinvigorate the awesomeness of that fact, by telling it anew, and by demonstrating that nothing in modernity or before has ever been able to contradict it, nor to discourage the millions who have pinned their hope of salvation upon it. Shortly before his death, when asked what Christian writers had helped him most, famous Christian convert C. S. Lewis remarked, "The contemporary book that has helped me the most is Chesterton's The Everlasting Man." Discover why so many people are finally rediscovering the great works of G. K. Chesterton. Sells for $42.95 but our price is $36.95.
The Mormon Challenge by Paul Dupre
Did you know an estimated 60% of Mormon converts are ex-Catholics? What are the subtle techniques employed by Mormon missionaries that make their relentless pursuit of proselytes to the Church of the Latter Day Saints so successful? Why does a cradle Catholic leave the Church and become a Mormon? The Mormon Challenge: An Insider's True Story is the testimony of one such Catholic. Paul Dupre left the Church for the Mormon Temple only to return again. But what happened in between has to be heard to be believed. In this informative three-tape series, Paul provides an overview of the Mormon faith, delving into its doctrine, scripture teachings, and the life of a Mormon missionary. You'll discover insights into the real-life travels of the Mormon rank-and-file. How they really feel about the strange goings-on in the Mormon Temple and how the LDS Church deals with those who question their faith. Sells for $21.95 but our price is $19.95.
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