Forgiveness Makes You Free: A Dramatic Story of Healing and Reconciliation from the Heart of Rwanda
Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga and Heidi Hess Saxton
During the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga tells the dramatic story of how he survived while losing more than eighty of his family members and 45,000 of his parishioners in the killings. In the aftermath, Fr. Ubald experienced a renewed sense of purpose as a minister of reconciliation and a healing evangelist in his homeland and around the world.
He offers five spiritual principles that can help those traumatized by the past to experience healing and peace in Christ. In retelling the story of how he forgave the man who killed his family and cared for the man’s children while he was in prison, Fr. Ubald demonstrates how showing mercy can facilitate true forgiveness even in the most painful circumstances of our lives.
2019 192pages R295.00
Knight of the Holy Ghost: A Short History of G. K. Chesterton
Who was Gilbert Keith Chesterton? A twentieth-century writer? Prolifically. A great champion and defender of the Christian Faith? Gallantly. He is known too as the "prince of paradox" and an "apostle of common sense."
Chesterton has lately been enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Who was this engaging, prophetic man? Allow Dale Ahlquist to introduce you to him. In a rollicking adventure quite Chestertonian in flavour, Ahlquist captains an expedition of discovery into who this GKC fellow is. He deftly and cleverly explores Chesterton as a man, as a writer, and as a potential saint.
2018 208 pages R275.00
Symbol or Substance?: A Dialogue on the Eucharist with C. S. Lewis, Billy Graham and J. R. R. Tolkien
In this fictional conversation, Peter Kreeft gives credible voices to C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Billy Graham as they discuss one of the most contentious questions in the history of Christianity: Is Jesus symbolically or substantially present in the Eucharist? These widely respected modern Christian witnesses represent three important Western theological traditions. Graham, an ordained Southern Baptist minister who represents evangelical Protestantism. Lewis, an Oxford professor, a prolific Christian apologist, was a member of the Church of England. Also an Oxford don, Tolkien was a friend of Lewis, a Roman Catholic.
While Lewis and Tolkien likely discussed the Eucharist during their long friendship, the conversation in this book never took place—but it could have, says Kreeft, who faithfully presents the views of these three impressive men.
2019 232 pages R275.00
The Life and Glories of St. Joseph
Edward Healy Thompson, M.A.
No words of St. Joseph are recorded In Scripture. In fact. little mention is made of him there. Yet. despite these seeming limitations. the Church nonetheless possesses an indescribably rich knowledge of St. Joseph and of his cultus.
This book will astound most readers both with its scope and with its profundity. Based mainly on Scripture. but supported also by Tradition and the depositions of saints. it is a carefully reasoned analysis of the entirety of that great saint's role in the history of Salvation and the life of the Church.
Includes details about his spiritual life and noble lineage; how he was prefigured in the Old Testament; his relationship to Mary and Jesus; why he has been named by Pope Pius IX "The Patron of the Universal Church;" and so forth. Many beautiful insights.
2013 516 pages R245.00