Free Traditional Catholic Books - Catholic Tradition - Traditional Catholic Reading. Thanks to technology, and perhaps due to Christianity’s low status in our modern liberal age, there is a fantastic treasure trove of good, traditional Catholic books available for free or near-free.
Below are links to valuable and timeless Catholic texts (including those written by great saints and Fathers and Doctors of the Church) that you can read and download for free. Take advantage of this – they have changed my life and will change yours, too. Tolle et lege! Please say a prayer for my sanctification. May God reward you for your charity. How Do I Know If I Am Going To Heaven? 10 Ways to Contemplate Christ's Passion. No greater love has a man than to lay down his life for his friends.
Jesus died for all of humanity, but for you and me individually. The True Gift of Tongues. Pinterest. Spirituality of the Ancient Rite of the Mass. Lies & Deceptions: Debunking the Health and Wealth Gospel. Pagan-proofing, Sanctifying the Home. How to Pray Well. The Holy Name of Jesus. The Most Holy Name of Jesus: God Saves us From Our Sins. Using Scripture to Defend the Catholic Faith Part 3. The Answer to Why Catholics Honor Mary is Found in the Scriptures. PLASTIC SATANIC ROSARIES THAT MUST NOT BE USED. StumbleUpon. Saving the Baby in the Dumpster - GFA World. Blooming at Bridge of Hope When Jansi became school-aged, Pranaya brought her to the Bridge of Hope center she had served at, and the staff enrolled her.
At the center, the shy girl began playing with other children. Schoolwork was difficult for Jansi, but the staff helped her, and she improved. Jansi’s biological parents knew Pranaya had adopted the child they had forsaken. They didn’t live far. Pranaya saw how Jansi’s parents received the little girl she loved so dearly. Who Saved Jansi? Jansi now lives with her mother, father and two younger siblings. Eternity Insurance: The Surest Way To Heaven. Sophia SketchPad: The Eucharist. The Resurrection Makes Life Worth Living. Tour of the Catechism #1 - Introduction & Prologue. Did Our Lord Undergo Temptations Against Holy Purity?
The Foul Errors Of Martin Luther Never End! Blessed Maria de Agreda, the REAL Flying Nun. The Real Presence Of Jesus In the Holy Eucharist Is Reality, A True Miracle. The Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires. Thanksgiving After Mass: How Long & Why. The Sunday Rest. Is Everything Allowed In the Marital Bed? THE DOLOROUS PASSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824) Mystic, Stigmatist, Visionary, and Prophet Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich was an Augustinian nun at the Convent of Agnetenberg, Dulmen, Westphalia, Germany.
She lived between 1774 to 1824. Catholic Newspaper uncovers Jewish Plot against the Church! (update) St John Damscene against the Muslims. St Thomas Aquinas against Islam. Stop Your Complaining. The Four Sections of Hell according to Thomas Aquinas. Padre Pio in pictures and words. "'Offer it Up': Opportunities to Grow in Holiness" Jeff Cavins. Our Blood Covenant with Jesus. Purgatory Removes the Stain of Sin: Daily Mass for the Dead. How the Catholics Lose their Faith. Purgatory is Real Daily Mass for the Dead. Nine Orders of Angels. How Long the Souls Remain in Purgatory? Eucharistic Devotion. Devotion to the Blessed Sacrament. Prayer. Catholic Spiritual Direction. The Best Quotes of Cardinal Arinze. On The Errors of Pentacostalism (aka Charismatic Movement) Greed: Attachment to Riches. Mortification & Pleasure. Our Lady of Good Success Warned us about the Crisis. Big Bang Fizzles. The 1st Commandment. Christ's Teachings Cannot Change. Kneeling, Kneelers, Altar Rails, and Cardinal Arinze.
Biblical reasons for Praying for the dead. Acedia. Acedia: Remedies. Why should we pray for the dead and what's Purgatory all about ? Resist the Devil & Pursue Christ. Hell: Go There Now So You Can Avoid It Later. The Apostolic Fathers Teach: Ignatius of Antioch. Praying for and with the dead. Mercy of Purgatory - MNOW 14. The Eucharist - Steve Ray. Our Lady of LaSalette. The Great Adventure Catholic Bible Study. We Can't Imagine the Pain of Hell. Settling Debts and Forgiving Debts The Seven Sacraments: Penance. Mother Angelica Live Classics - Death and Dying, originally aired November 02, 1999.
The Rosary, ISIS, and World Peace - MNOW 11. Basic Apologetics. ECF Assumption. The doctrine of the Assumption was one that developed over time.
It was not something new but rather the logical result of what was already known (Mary’s Immaculate Conception). Since corruption in the grave was the result of sin (Genesis 2:17) it was only logical to think that someone without sin would not suffer such a fate. Pseudo – Melito If therefore it might come to pass by the power of your grace, it has appeared right to us your servants that, as you, having overcome death, do reign in glory, so you should raise up the body of your Mother and take her with you, rejoicing, into heaven.
Then said the Savior [Jesus]: "Be it done according to your will" (The Passing of the Virgin 16:2-17 [A.D. 300]). Timothy of Jerusalem Therefore the Virgin is immortal to this day, seeing that he who had dwelt in her transported her to the regions of her assumption (Homily on Simeon and Anna [A.D. 400]). John the Theologian The Lord said to his Mother, "Let your heart rejoice and be glad. John Damascene. The Assumption Of Mary: A Belief Since Apostolic Times - Father Clifford Stevens. The Assumption is the oldest feast day of Our Lady, but we don't know how it first came to be celebrated.
Its origin is lost in those days when Jerusalem was restored as a sacred city, at the time of the Roman Emperor Constantine (c. 285-337). By then it had been a pagan city for two centuries, ever since Emperor Hadrian (76-138) had leveled it around the year 135 and rebuilt it as <Aelia Capitolina> in honor of Jupiter. For 200 years, every memory of Jesus was obliterated from the city, and the sites made holy by His life, death and Resurrection became pagan temples. Sacramentals: The Armor of God. Padre Pio ~ On Entering a Church. Revelations of St Bridget. HOW TO LIVE IN MODESTY IN THIS MODERN WORLD. How to Protect Yourself Against the Devil. Catholicism ... don't forget even one of the original 12 was a traitor ... On this rock I shall build my church ... and even the gates of hell.
Why we genuflect… great article. The Face of Mary? Purgatory Daniel 12:2, Matthew 12:32, 1 Corinthians 3:13-15, 2 Timothy 1:16-18, Hebrews 12:14, Hebrews 12:22-23, 1 Peter 4:6 and Revelation 21:10,… The Sunday Rest. A List Of The Dogmas Of The Catholic Church. A List Of The Dogmas Of The Catholic Church. The Three Hail Marys Devotion. LEVELS OF PURGATORY. THE CHAPLET OF DIVINE MERCY (ROSARY) The Four Temperaments & How They Relate to Your Predominant Fault. The Divine Praises: Blessings for God (And Us As Well!) The Divine Praises traditionally follows the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at Church when it is prayed by the priest and the worshippers before our Lord (in the Host) is returned to the tabernacle following adoration.
It was composed in a slightly shorter form by Luigi Felici, a Jesuit priest, in 1797, as a prayer to make reparation for blasphemy and profane language. You can recite it privately (or in group settings other than during the Benediction) for this purpose as a great way to show God, the Holy Family, and the Angels and Saints thanksgiving and praise. Blessed be God. Blessed be His Holy Name. Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true Man. In an era when many people only refer to our Lord in an exclamatory fashion after some sort of accident, it is good for us to sing His Divine Praises here. Saint Thomas Aquinas once noted that this can increase the fervor of our devotion to Him, and that thus “we praise God not for His benefit but for ours.” Devotion. Lesson 39: The Sixth and Ninth Commandments. Mortification & Pleasure.
Reparation. Music & its Influence on a Culture. Sins of Impurity ~ St Alphonsus. St. Robert Bellarmine on Heresy and Salvation.