Deadly Indifference: How the Church Lost Her Mission, and How We Can Reclaim It
In captivating detail, Sammons explores why the New Evangelization was destined to fail and explains how the decision to de-emphasize the Church’s exclusive role in the process of salvation inevitably led to mass abandonment of the sacraments.
He identifies how certain teachings were ignored or toned down―leading to their sudden collapse―and how progressives elevated ecumenism over evangelization and supplanted proclamation of the Gospel with “dialogue.”
Deadly Indifference is both a vital examination of the current crisis facing the Church and a blueprint for how to overcome it. Let’s recover what was lost and return the Church to its unique rank as the light in a darkened world.
2021 304 pages R425.00
Pope Peter: Defending the Church's Most Distinctive Doctrine in a Time of Crisis
Drawing deeply on the scriptural and historical witness, the author offers a defense of the papal office and a picture of the extent-and limits-of its authority.
Jesus made Peter the Rock of the Church and promised that the gates of hell would not prevail against it.
This book will confirm your faith in that promise and help you proclaim its truth to others.
2020 280 pages R385.00
Church and State Relations
"This work by Dr Nyenyembe on the relations between the Church and the State is as informative as it is relevant today".
It moves to both the correlation between these two basic institutions and to encourage closer collaboration between them by debunking some popular myths and misconceptions.
The author was inspired after noting a shortage of reference materials on the subject from an African perspective.
This book is written from the Catholic Church tradition of the Church, and is nourished with information from other Churches.
2021 216 pages R215.00