The Church Rocks!: A History of the Catholic Church for Kids and Their Parents and Teachers
Mary Lea Hill, FSP
The story of the Church is an epic drama, filled with adventure, danger, politics, sacrifice, and courage.
Sister Mary Lea Hill tells this story in a book sure to thrill children ages 10 and up, taking readers on a tour of Church history that will enlighten and entertain everyone.
2018 256 pages R239.50
Confessions of a Traditional Catholic
Matthew Arnold with a forward by Scott Hahn
Matthew Arnold, a Catholic convert, answers these and other questions about Catholic Traditionalism. His moving first-hand account powerfully demonstrates how a faithful Catholic's legitimate desire for a reverently celebrated liturgy led him to tolerate the irregular situation of Holy Mass celebrated validly, but illicitly, outside the diocesan structure.
His compelling testimony also explores how the licit celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, also known as the Traditional Latin Mass, can have a positive impact on the life and the liturgy of the Church.
This book concisely documents the century-long movement to reform the liturgy.
2017 176 pages R215.00
On Christian Teaching: Practicing Faith in the Classroom
David I. Smith
Smith argues that faith has a critical role in shaping pedagogy and the learning experience. Smith’s scholarly exploration of education combines both theory and practice.
He shows how teachers of every subject and age group can be attentive to how their students are experiencing and interpreting learning. From desk arrangement to discussion questions, there are myriad opportunities to design classes that are deeply rooted in Christian practices.
2018 182 pages R435.00