Book of the Month


A History of the Catholic Church

Leaflet Missal’s choice for June Catholic Book of the month is A History of the Church in 100 Objects by Mike Aquilina. In it Aquilina aims to tell the story of Christianity in a unique way. He does this by telling 100 stories about individual objects that represent something significant in the story and life [...]

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In God’s Hands

Sometimes even the saints, those closest to the Divine Heart of Jesus, ask themselves, “Am I serving God?” This singular question illuminates many of the daily entries of our choice for April’s Catholic Book of the Month, “In God’s Hands; the Spiritual Diaries of Pope Saint John Paul II” Over the course of his papacy [...]

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In Sinu Jesu

The themes present in this beautiful work are as follows: Adoration, Priesthood, Reparation, Friendship, Consolation, Trust and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Our Lord, through the hand of this humble author, here tells us of His deep desire for personal friendship with his priests, in order that a sacerdotal, or priestly, Pentecost may set hearts on [...]

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The Priest Barracks

Near the banks of the river Amper, there is a place that has drawn artists of all sorts to paint or recreate its natural splendor. On the Dachau Concentration Camp on a clear day, one could even make out the majestic Alps in the distance. During the Middle Ages, this sprawling city was a commercial [...]

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A Pope and a President

“God had spared their lives…for the divine purpose of defeating the communist empire.” So ends the prologue of this months’ Catholic Book of the Month, “A Pope and a President” within these pages you’ll uncover the extraordinary and previously untold story of two great men of the 20th century, President Ronald Reagan and Pope John [...]

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The American Miracle

Divine Providence in the Rise of the Republic- Shocking, surprising, impossible, preposterous, amazing! No…Providential! All these words and more fill these pages as popular author and radio host Michael Medved takes you on a journey through history as viewed through the eyes of the Christian faith. Our selection for October’s Catholic Book of the Month [...]

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The Immortal In You

“Ugh…that’s me.” What a way to begin a profoundly insightful Catholic examination of the human person! And yet if we’re honest, most days when we examine the compilation of behaviors and experiences that make up “us”, many of us might be tempted to utter the same thing. And yet, we are more. So much more [...]

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The Power of Silence

Our August Catholic book of the month is The Power of Silence - Against the Dictatorship of Noise. It is an interview of Robert Cardinal Sarah with Nicolas Diat on the dire need for silence in our age —  Enter the presence of God through the door of silence.. a personal silence that leads to a prayerful [...]

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Fatima Mysteries - Mary's Message to the Modern Age

Have you ever wondered what else was going on in the world when the Queen of Heaven was appearing to three shepherd children in a near-secluded meadow in Portugal? What did our Blessed Mother Mary have to tell them? Who believed them? What was the response of those who did not believe?
The story of Fatima [...]

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Where the Cross Stands by Michael Brown

America is going through cultural and social changes quite rapidly — and not usually for the better. Is this the result of the evil one ramping up his attacks against humanity and the Holy Catholic Church? Michael Brown, in his new book Where The Cross Stands, tackles this very question with a unique historical analysis [...]

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