Dr. Christopher J. Malloy, False Mercy

“There are various false mercies alive and well these days,” Dr. Christopher J. Malloy comments. “False mercies such as there’s no hell, there’s no need to repent, and sin is not really sin.” Dr. Malloy‘s new book, False Mercy: Recent Heresies Distorting Catholic Truth, emphasizes two main insights in the maelstrom of religious confusion : the faith doesn’t change; and we are playing for high stakes. Dr. Malloy is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Dallas, and teaches his students that we are all here on a pilgrimage, to go to heaven or hell. Pick up a copy of False Mercy: Recent Heresies Distorting Catholic Truth from www.ewtnRC.com.

Michael O’Neill, They Might Be Saints: On the Path to Sainthood in America

Michael O’Neill, host of the EWTN series They Might Be Saints, and whose radio show also features a segment on saints on the path to sainthood, covers the inspiring and unique lives of 24 Venerables and Blesseds : those who aren’t saints yet, but who might be one day. O’Neill‘s book goes through the entire canonization process, demystifying and clarifying everything you’ve always wanted to know about sainthood. Pick up your copy of They Might Be Saints: On the Path to Sainthood in America from http://www.ewtnrc.com.http://www.ewtnrc.com

Chris Stefanick, Living Joy: 9 Rules to Help You Rediscover and Live Joy Every Day

Chris Stefanick joins EWTN Bookmark host Doug Keck to talk about Living Joy: 9 Rules to Help You Rediscover and Live Joy Every Day. Always upbeat and always positive, Chris gives us his formula for finding joy in his life every moment of every day, no matter what the state of our bank accounts. An attitude of gratitude is the most important characteristic we can bring to every morning, thanking the Almighty for His presence and His leading us to heaven. Pick up your copy at www.ewtnrc.com.

Dr. Paul C. Vitz, The Complementarity of Women and Men

“God made us male and female,” Dr. Paul Vitz says, “to give us a full picture of God’s image.” Complementarity means synergy, giving men and women equal dignity, complementary strengths, and creative powers, to which the fields of art, psychology, philosophy, and theology attest. The Complementarity of Women and Men makes for mandatory reading in today’s world. Pick up your copy at www.ewtnrc.com

K.V. Turley and Fiorella DeMaria, This Thing of Darkness

K.V. Turley and Fiorella De Maria have created a work of what they call alternative fiction, or “reality slightly twisted,” about famous actor Bela Lugosi, who first brought Count Dracula to film. A gripping story, they describe on EWTN Bookmark, and a clash between Hollywood horror and the real horror of the world. Pick up a copy of This Thing of Darkness, a blend of fantasy and chilling realities, at http://www.ewtnrc.com.

Mother Angelica’s Guide to the Spiritual Life, presented by Fr. Joseph Wolfe, EWTN Chaplain

Fr. Joseph Wolfe, EWTN Chaplain and Mother Angelica’s colleague for 30 years, shares his remembrances of her teachings on EWTN Bookmark. Mother Angelica’s Guide to the Spiritual Life tells of Mother’s struggles and the wisdom gained from those struggles, in her goal to spend eternity in Heaven with Jesus. Pick up your copy at http://www.ewtnrc.com.

John Martignoni, Blue-Collar Apologetics

Blue-Collar Apologetics author John Martignoni says that most Catholics don’t know the ‘why’s’ of their faith; for instance, why contraception is wrong. Blue-Collar Apologetics explains the why’s and shows how to explain the faith to others. An all-important teaching in the book is what John calls Ignorant Catholic Strategy: Be willing to say, ‘I don’t know but I’ll find out.’ This frees us to talk about the faith in total freedom, to anybody, with a lot of joy. There’s an answer to everything in Blue-Collar Apologetics. Pick up your copy at www.ewtnrc.com

David Carollo, presenter: Night of Love: An Hour-by-Hour Companion for the Fatima Night Vigil

David Carollo, presenter for Night of Love by John Haffert, explains that this hour-by-hour companion for making reparation to Jesus in the Eucharist and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary is perfect, whether for one hour of adoration, for a partial evening vigil on First Friday, or for an all-night vigil until First Saturday morning. In our adoration, we can ask the Lord for the grace of conversion for our families, friends, community, and even for the conversion of a thousand souls.

David Carollo, presenter: The World’s Greatest Secret

John Haffert, author of The World’s Greatest Secret, co-founded The Blue Army in 1947. David Carollo, the book’s presenter, notes that the apostolate was to be an army of prayer to counter the Red army of atheistic communism. The subtitle of The World’s Greatest Secret, How the Greatest Teaching of Jesus was Preserved, refers to the Eucharist, and why it is a secret. The understanding of the Eucharist, Carollo explains, is a secret unless you have supernatural grace.

Lawrence Maginot, The Marian Manifesto

Larry Maginot says that devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary will renew the world, as the subtitle of The Marian Manifesto explains. “The most important thing to know about Our Lady,” Maginot emphasizes, “is that she is alive, comes solely at the the behest of her Son, and above all as a loving mother she calls us back to faith, nowhere more significantly than in her apparitions at Fatima.” Maginot reminds us that after Pope John Paul II consecrated Russia to Mary’s Immaculate Heart in 1984, the communist regime collapsed a short five years later.