True Reformers: Saints of the Catholic Reformation
Jerome K. Williams
Explores in detail the leaders who led the Church s rebirth from the ashes of Renaissance decadence and the turbulence and confusion caused by the Protestant Reformation.
The saints of the Catholic Reformation show us just how powerful and beautiful is the human heart s free response to God s generous grace.
Featured Saints: St. Catherine of Genoa, St. Thomas More, St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Francis Xavier, St. Philip Neri, St. Charles Borromeo, St. Pius V, St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, St. Francis de Sales
2017 236 pages R265.00
The Case for Catholicism: Answers to Classic and Contemporary Protestant Objections
This is the most up-to-date defence of the Catholic Church against Protestant objections in print. This book is especially relevant as the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation draws near and discussion of the arguments made against the Church during that time in history receive renewed interest.
The book answers arguments put forward by early Reformers like Luther and Calvin as well as contemporary defenders of Protestantism like Norm Geisler and R.C. Sproul.
It provides a meticulous defense of the biblical and historical nature of Catholic doctrines from Scripture and church history.Finally, in both answering Protestant objections to Catholicism and in providing evidence for the Faith,
The Case for Catholicism cites modern Protestant scholars who question Reformation assumptions and show how evidence from Scripture and church history support aspects of Catholic theology.
2017 342 pages R315.00
The Ecumenism of Beauty
Editor: Timothy Verdon
The last fifty years have seen a rediscovery of the role of the visual arts in the lives of all Christians. In tune with this ecumenical age, this book shares the belief that beauty and art can bridge differences, unite people in "shared admiration," and possibly become an instrument of communion among separated Christians.
The authors of this book are Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, and Protestant artists, scholars, and clergy who in 2017 will take part in a symposium organized to commemorate the Reformation, which began when Martin Luther published his 95 theses in 1517.
With sessions in Paris, Strasburg, Florence, New Haven (CT), and Orleans (MA), the symposium is promoted by Catholic and Protestant schools of theology together with Mount Tabor Centre for Art and Spirituality, in Barga, Italy.
2017 125.00 pages R449.00