We are thrilled to carry books by our Arlington Diocese priests. The latest publication is by Reverend Paul D. Scalia, That Nothing May Be Lost: Reflections on Catholic Doctrine and Devotion.
Fr. Scalia reveals a scholar’s mind and a pastor’s heart in these inspiring reflections on a wide range of Catholic teachings and practices. Rooted in Scripture, these insights place the reader on a path to a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God.
Among the topics explored are deepening one’s knowledge of Jesus, partaking of the life of grace through the sacraments, and cultivating the art of prayer as a continuous conversation with God.
Each section is introduced by a moving essay by a highly regarded Catholic. Fr. Paul Check, Jim Towey, Scott Hahn, Mary Ellen Bork, Gloria Purvis, Raymond Arroyo, Lizz Lovett, Helen Alvaré, and Dan Mattson offer their personal accounts of being Catholic, which are followed by Fr. Scalia’s illuminations. Archbishop Charles Chaput contributes a thought- provoking foreword, which begins the reader’s exploration of the many important aspects of the Catholic faith presented in this book.
Father Stefan Starzynski’s Miracles: Healing for a Broken World is very popular with Paschal Lamb guests.
Father Starzynski reminds us through his personal experience and real stories that God is ever present, and that miracles are among the gifts offered to those who petition Him in faith. Father Starzynski’s life is an account of God’s ability to use imperfect human instruments like him — and you — to carry out His will.
Father Starzynski recounts numerous episodes when he personally experienced miracles, often in totally unexpected places. His riveting stories of tiny infants facing life-threatening medical conditions, of people battling demons and disease, of his own experience overcoming depression, and more, will inspire, instruct, and provide hope for all.
Experience the miraculous testimonies from over twenty individuals and families whose lives have been touched by God through Father Starzynski’s ministry, as well as helpful appendices on topics like Medjugorje, Saint Therese, and a section of prayers.