ERP New Publisher of Best-Selling American Trilogy

Emmaus Road Publishing has announced it is the new publisher for best-selling author Brian J. Gail’s “American Tragedy in Trilogy.” Publisher Mike Sullivan said: “Brian Gail’s first two books–Fatherless and Motherless–have become something of a sensation in Catholic circles throughout the country. Fatherless is now sold in over 20 countries. The demand for the second book, Motherless is […]

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‘Infinite Bandwidth’ author in OSV

Our Sunday Visitor contributing editor Emily Stimpson has written an excellent piece outlining Dr. Eugene Gan’s seven media principles (or “keys”) in this week’s OSV Newsweekly. “How to be Christian in the Digital World” offers practical insights on how best to evaluate different forms of media. And if the article whets your appetite, be sure to order Infinite Bandwidth: […]

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Celebrating the Saints: Danny Abramowicz on the New Orleans Saints’ Superbowl Victory

From the Catholic News Agency, an interview with Danny Abramowicz. As a former New Orleans Saints player and coach, Abramowicz is celebrating the Saints’ Superbowl victory. In the interview, he said he was glad to watch a game with “no controversy” and which had “solid men of good character.” Abramowicz hosts EWTN’s show Crossing the […]

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Catholic Bible Concordance Update

Recently, we discovered a production error that inadvertently left out a small section of the overall work. The remaining inventory was immediately sent out to be repaired to correct the error. In addition, we are in the process of printing inserts for individuals that had purchased the RSV-CE Concordance prior to us discovering the error. […]

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ERP Author Benjamin Wiker on EWTN

We wanted to give you a heads-up: Benjamin Wiker, co-author with Scott Hahn of Answering the New Atheism, will be on Franciscan University Presents this Sunday, Dec. 7, at 10:00 PM. (Franciscan University Presents airs on EWTN.) He’ll be talking about the New Atheism and discussing its claims and flaws.  If you haven’t brushed up […]

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The Road to Emmaus

Every year at Easter Wednesday Mass we hear St. Luke’s account of Our Lord’s appearance to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. This Gospel passage brings to mind the Eucharistic “amazement” that Pope John Paul II sought to rekindle in the faithful through his final encyclical letter, Ecclesia de Eucharistia:

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