RORATE CÆLI: Keeping Faith Traditions Alive Throughout the Year

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With Christmas around the corner, traditional Catholics are looking for resources that are true to the Faith for themselves and loved ones. Here are some new titles that I recommend. Share the gift of Faith with family and friends and “cozy up” with these fine books.

The Springtime that Never Came

This riveting and climactic interview with Bishop Schneider tackles every controversial issue of our time. It is a compendium of straight, authoritative answers that elucidate the truths of our Faith with a piercing light and offer real-world solutions to combat the darkness. The Springtime that Never Came will make you cheer as it reorients you on your journey with Christ. Be encouraged as Bishop Schneider provides inspiring insights for the battle, with trust in God and following the examples of the saints in our chaotic times.

The Catholic Mass

We are going through a period of liturgical exile, explains Bishop Athanasius Schneider in this enlightening book, and the vast proliferation of modern abuses as well as the more fundamental problem of discontinuity with tradition are crying out for remedy. The primary source of abuses is man’s narcissistic tendency to idolize himself instead of paying homage to God. In what is sure to be seen as one of the most impressive books written on the subject of the Mass, Bishop Schneider reestablishes what Catholics have known for centuries but have largely forgotten today: the Mass is the highest form of Christian prayer, which enables us to express with exterior worship our interior belief. He describes how saints such as Padre Pio and John Vianney helped the faithful enter into a profound spiritual experience during Mass, and why the Mass should serve as a means to lift our hearts to God so we can surrender to His will.

RORATE CÆLI: Keeping Faith Traditions Alive Throughout the Year

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