Marian Veneration: Firm Foundations
Francis Cardinal Arinze
Cardinal Arinze wrote this book for both those devoted to the Blessed Mother and those who do not yet know or understand her.
Based on the Scriptures, the teachings of the Church, and the sacred liturgy, the cardinal provides a solid foundation for Marian veneration—one that can benefit all Christians, regardless of their church affiliation.
2017 128 pages R237.50
Mary Mather of Apostles: How to Live Marian Devotion to Proclaim Christ
helps readers understand Mary's place in their spiritual lives. It offers new insights for those wishing to deepen their spirituality and devotion or consecration to Mary.
Simple, yet compelling, it outlines the nature of the Christian apostle in the spirit of Mary.
2018 115 pages R195.00
Total Consecration: Through the Mysteries of the Rosary
Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
Fr. Ed Broom has developed this do-it-yourself retreat that culminates in the consecration to Jesus through Mary by focusing on the Mysteries of the Rosary and the Seven Sorrows of Mary – and all it takes is a few moments each day!
For years Fr. Ed Broom has transformed lives by leading this retreat. Now, for the very first time, that retreat is available in book form for those who cannot attend one of Father’s retreats in person.
Here you’ll find the entire retreat program to bring you closer to Our Lady and to Our Lord: Scripture readings keyed to each Rosary decade, Fr. Broom’s meditations on each Mystery, daily prayers, and practical steps to help you gain the most from each meditation as you draw daily closer to your retreat’s culmination in the fifth week: your own total Consecration
2018 240 pages R339.50
Pastoral Letters on Mary and Matters Ancestral
Buti Tlhagale OMI
Archbishop Buti Thlagale OMI of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg has produced a compilation of his homilies and pastoral letters on Mary, as well as issues of African tradition997al beliefs in the context of Catholicism.
The book, "Pastoral Letters on Mary and Matters Ancestral" was compiled by the Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg, Fr Jean-Marie Kuzituka Did'ho, and forms part of the Mother of Mercy Marian Shrine project.
The homilies on Mary were delivered with the intention of promoting the veneration of Mary, Mother of the Redeemer, and to gather support for the project of building a Marian Shrine in the Archdiocese, the "Mary, Mother of Mercy" Shrine in the Magaliesberg.
The pastoral letters and articles on Catholicism and African traditional beliefs come at a time when many Catholics find themselves at the crossroads between their traditional practices and their Christian faith.
2018 255 pages R200.00