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Finding GraceFinding GraceComing of age and falling deeply in love for the first time in the early 1970's -- in the wake of the 60's "sexual revolution" and the historic Roe v. Wade decision -- presents true challenges for young people who are trying to live chastely. In this engaging novel, the 13 yr old Grace realizes that without the help of God, the Blessed Mother, and all the saints in Heaven, navigating the thorny path to sainthood would be an almost insurmountable task.
Grain of WheatGrain of WheatSet in the second century of the early Christian Church, Grain of Wheat  takes you into the heroic lives of the early Christians. Along the way, it shows the beauty and dignity of the Christian family, along with the power of the vocation to celibacy — a charism lived not only by priests and bishops, but by many of the lay faithful. These brave men and women, both single and married, followed Christ and spread his Kingdom while remaining in society..
JuniaJuniaAs the beautiful daughter of a Roman senator, Junia enjoyed the best that life had to offer in second century Rome. She was grateful and anxious to please her family, a dutiful and obedient young woman of privilege. That is, until a chance friendship and its abrupt end sparks an interest in a new religion that will lead to a destiny she never imagined.
Junia, Marcus, Grain of Wheat SetJunia, Marcus, Grain of Wheat SetSet of three inspiring historical novels centering on fictional characters from the Church's earliest times.
Lord of the WorldLord of the WorldAll stories, Aristotle said, have a beginning, a middle, and an end, but most ends are relative, the terminus of a chain of acts. What about the end that terminates all human action, the end of time, the Second Coming?
MarcusMarcusA few weeks after his sister Junia is executed in the Amphitheater for the crime of becoming a Christian, Marcus is nearly run over by a reckless charioteer. A young passerby, a Samarian, instinctively throws him out of the path of danger, and through this selfless act of a stranger Marcus begins to perceive a new world based on truth and love -- but a world beset with dangers.
The Book of JothamThe Book of JothamJotham is a mentally challenged man-child who, with the other apostles, follows Jesus as he carries out his earthly ministry and experiences death by crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension. Yet the other apostles—the dedicated Mary, Peter, Thomas, and the rest—while they care for Jotham and look out for him, don’t understand why Jesus loves him so.  2012 Tuscany Prize winning novella.

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