Purgatory The Two Catholic Views of Purgatory Based on Catholic Teaching and Revelations of Saintly Souls

Is Purgatory almost like Hell? Or is it a place of peace and even joy? The famous Fr. William Faber explains both of these classic Catholic views of Purgatory, basing his...

Cave Paintings: The History and Legacy of Prehistoric Man-made Art

Cave painting falls under the heading of “parietal art,” a term used to note any prehistoric art found on the walls or ceilings of caves. It includes five basic types of...

The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius with Points for Prayer from Jesuit Spiritual Masters

It’s time to take your spiritual pulse, re-orient yourself to your Creator, and seek His guidance to live your faith more seriously. And there is no better way to do so than by...

The Ascent of Money A Financial History of the World

Bread, cash, dosh, dough, loot: Call it what you like, it matters. To Christians, love of it is the root of all evil. To generals, it's the sinews of war. To revolutionaries, it's...

25 Ways to Become a Saint

We’re all trying to get to heaven. It’s the thing we’re here on this earth to do. That’s why our motto at TAN Books is Become a Saint. But how?It’s easy to say, but...

25 Ways to Crush the Serpent

From the very first pages of Scripture, we see the presence of the evil one, working his malice to separate man from God. In imitation of Christ, we all must contend against the...

Most Notorious Art Thefts of the 20th Century, The: The History and Legacy of Recent Attempts to Steal Valuable Artwork

Hans Memling, a painter from Flanders, is the holder of an unfortunate record. He painted a triptych, The Last Judgment, commissioned by Medici banker Angelo Tani. The paintings...

The Incorruptibles A Study of Incorruption in the Bodies of Various Saints and Beati

Continuously popular since it first appeared in 1977, The Incorruptibles remains the acknowledged classic on the bodies of saints that did not undergo decomposition after death....

Devotion: A Memoir

A moving and lyrical memoir about life, love and loss, from a true giant of Gaelic games.In a frenetic seven-year spell at the outset of his senior managerial career, Mickey Harte...

A Right View of Yourself The Devilish Perils and Divine Possibilities of Self-Knowledge

One of the greatest contradictions in the Spiritual Life is that it is very important you should know a great deal about yourself, and at the same time, that you should think very...

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