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1917 Pio Benedictine Code of Canon Law

Price : $59.95

The 1917 Code of Canon Law is a critical tool for Catholics during the current crisis, as it is the code actually still in force and by which we must live, since John Paul II's heretical 1983 code must be rejected as null and void. (This is our conviction at Biblical Foundations International, not the conviction of the publisher or the translator of this edition.) Available for the first time in a lucid and comprehensive English translation, this thoroughly annotated but easy-to-use edition of the 1917 Code, featuring detailed references to such key canonical works as Canon Law Digest and hundreds of English language doctoral dissertations on canon law produced at the world's great Catholic universities, make this a must-have reference work no Catholic can afford to be without. $59.95

Catholic Controversy, The

Price : $19.95

Between 1594 and 1598, a preacher named Francois converted 72,000 Protestants to the Catholic Faith. These are his words.

One of the most remarkable and well-documented events in Catholic history began when a young priest, St. Francis de Sales, volunteered to re-evangelize the Calvinists of the Chablais.

Finding his preaching forcefully rejected, St. Francis de Sales shrewdly switched tactics and began a written apologetics campaign, posting pamphlets on walls and slipping them beneath doors under the cover of night.

His defense of the Faith was so clear and thorough that at the end of four years nearly the entire population of 72,000 had returned to the Catholic Faith!

These powerful little tracts are as relevant today as they were in the late 1500s. St. Francis de Sales draws support from Scripture, the Fathers and Doctors of the Church to address questions still frequently posed by modern Protestants. Revered as some of the most cogent arguments against Protestantism ever penned; they present a defense of the Catholic Faith that has never been equaled.

Now with beautiful new cover, easier to read size, updated typesetting, and the original content. 320 pps PB


Church's Year, The

Price : $39.95

The Church’s Year, by Father Leonard Goffine. This classic work (first published in 1880) carries the recommendations of many 19th-century bishops. Fr. Goffine provides the Introit, Collect, Epistle, Gospel, and other prayers for every Sunday and Holy Day (and many other days as well, such as the all the weekdays of Lent, as well as all the feast days of the saints, together with extensive commentaries on the Scripture readings and catechisms on all the liturgical seasons and all the doctrines touched upon in the readings or in the theme for that day, and much, much more. The final 40 pages of this 791-page book provide a complete explanation of the Mass and all its parts; show in parallel columns how the 37 ceremonial parts of the Mass parallel Our Lord’s Passion, Death, Resurrection, Ascension, and pouring out on Pentecost the gift of the Holy Spirit; furnish a multi-page “Manner of Following the Mass at Home” (pages of prayers that unite one to whatever true Mass is taking place elsewhere when one cannot get to Mass – invaluable in this day when many, like the Catholic recusants during the English Reformation, have no true and legal Mass they can get to); a “Pilgrimage to the Holy Land” (with map), and more! “Every member of my family has his or her own copy, and our family uses them on Sundays, holy days, and sometimes other days as well for our family worship. If every family did the same, the remnant Church would be mighty in our day! Indispensable and life-changing!” (Gerry Matatics) Hardcover. $38.


College Apologetics

Price : $16.95

College Apologetics: Proof of the Truth of the Catholic Faith, by Fr. Anthony F. Alexander. Classic textbook (Imprimatur, 1954) takes you logically, step by step, through a) the case for theism: the existence of God, the existence of the human soul, the necessity of revealed religion, b) the case for Christianity: the trustworthiness of the Gospels, the deity, miracles, and resurrection of Christ, and c) the case for Catholicism: the four marks of Christ’s one true Church, its infallibility, etc.. 21 chapters, 249 pages, numerous charts and tables. Easy enough for a high school student, yet challenging enough for a graduate student. (Gerry used it when he taught apologetics at a traditional Catholic seminary for three years.) Paperback. $15.


Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma

Price : $49.95

Recognized as the greatest summary of Catholic dogma ever put between two covers. A one-volume encyclopedia of Catholic doctrines. Tells exactly what the Church teaches on any particular topic. Tells when the pronouncement was made and gives the sources from Scripture, Church Councils, Papal statements and the Fathers and Doctors of the Church. Essential for priests, seminarians, parents and teachers. Easily one of our most important books. 560 pgs, hardcover. $49.95

Haydock Bible

Price : $125.00

The outstanding and unique feature of this large-print Douay-Rheims Bible is the comprehensive Catholic commentary compiled by Fr. Haydock from over 200 Church Fathers, Doctors, and Scripture scholars such as the great Cornelius a Lapide. Though in smaller type than the Biblical text, the thousands of footnotes still take up from one to three fourths of each double-column page, and are a gold mine of invaluable information! Reproduced from the 1859 edition, this heirloom volume, bound in burgundy leather with gold-leaf image and text on cover and spine, printed on fine Bible paper with sewn-in satin ribbon marker, and measuring 8.5 by 11 inches, contains both Old and New Testaments, introductions to each Biblical book, an illustrated Bible Dictionary, a History of the Books of the Bible, indexes, illustrations, tables of weights and measures, pages to register family births, marriages, and deaths, and much more. The one book Gerry would grab to save if his personal Biblical library of thousands of volumes were going up in flames.


Liturgical Year (15 volumes)

Price : $249.00

The Liturgical Year, by Dom Prosper Gueranger, OSB. One of the greatest masterpieces of Catholic literature ever produced. A day by day commentary on all the days of the Church’s liturgical year, incorporating a complete education in Sacred Scripture, Catholic theology and morals, Church history and the lives of the saints, liturgical science, ascetical and mystical theology, and much, much more! Because each volume contains the ordinary of the Mass as well as the Propers, it can be used as one’s missal, and many do exactly that. One of Gerry’s ten favorite works of all time, worth its weight in gold. 15 paperback volumes, republished by Loreto Publications, only $249!


Sources of Catholic Dogma (Denzinger)

Price : $34.95

This is the only English edition (issued in 1957) of Denzinger's Enchiridion Symbolorum et Definitionum, first published under Pope Pius IX and updated periodically. An anthology of authoritative Church pronouncements on doctrine, arranged in chronological order from the first century through the pontificate of Pius XII. It cites creeds, canons and decrees of general councils, papal pronouncements, decrees of the Holy Office and other Roman congregations, etc. Includes general, scriptural, and topical indices. 820 pages, hardbound.

Tour of the Summa

Price : $22.50

This unique synopsis of the Summa Theologica is a complete, chapter-by-chapter restatement of St. Thomas' work, intended to expose readers to the totality of St. Thomas' thought and yet be brief enough to fit into one volume. Author of eleven other books on philosophy, Msgr. Glenn brings to this work--by far his greatest--a lifetime of teaching and writing experience. A masterpiece in its own right.

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