The Great Adventure Bible makes the complexity of reading the Bible simple. The narrative approach gives the big picture of salvation history and shows how everything ties together.
Now available in a paperback edition, this Bible will help your parish, school, or small group read and understand the story of salvation.
This color-coded Bible study tool shows how all of the books of the Bible fit together to tell the story of salvation history.
The Great Adventure Catholic Bible Indexing tabs make finding books, chapters, and verses a breeze!
The Bible in a Year Companion guide takes Catholics through the award-winning podcast The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)™ including daily summaries, transcripts of Fr. Mike’s daily prayers, and extra content for each episode.
The Bible in a Year Notebook is the only notebook specifically designed to be used with Fr. Mike’s Bible in a Year podcast.
The Divine Mercy Catholic Bible clearly shows the astounding revelation of Divine Mercy amidst the timeless truths of Sacred Scripture.
In Made by God, Made for God: Catholic Morality Explained, Catholics will find a fresh approach to the timeless moral teachings of the Catholic Church.
Walking With God unpacks the central story woven throughout Scripture and presents it in an easy-to-read, concise manner.
In this book, Catholics walk step by step with Jesus from his infancy to the Ascension. Anchored in the life of Christ as presented in the Gospels, it explores the entirety of Jesus’ life.
In A Biblical Walk Through the Mass by Edward Sri, discover how the Mass is nothing short of amazing.
The Pocket Guide to the Rosary helps Catholics deepen their prayer life and improve their ability to pray what St. Padre Pio called “the weapon of our times”—the Rosary.
The Pocket Guide to the Sacrament of Reconciliation is a beautiful, prayerful book by Fr. Mike Schmitz and Fr. Josh Johnson which helps Catholics enter in to the Sacrament of Reconciliation more deeply.
The Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross invites Catholics to discover the depths of Christ’s love shown to us by his passion and death.
How do you grow closer to sainthood in your daily life? Fr. Mark-Mary, CFR, the Director of Communications for the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and a regular Ascension Presents speaker, answers this question.
As St. Augustine notes, When we pray, we speak to God; when we read Scripture, God speaks to us. The key to enriching our prayer is learning the language of Christianity, and the most effective way to learn the language of Christianity is an ancient technique known as lectio divina (“divine reading”).
Dive deeper into the world of Narnia with your family, classroom, or small group with A Catholic Guide to Narnia: Questions and Activities for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe!
In Momnipotent (the book), Danielle Bean provides much-needed encouragement to all women.
Coming of age in a world that told her women should be like men, she often found herself confused and frustrated with the concept of femininity. That was until she encountered St. John Paul II’s writings on the “feminine genius”.
The prospect of volunteering as a Confirmation catechist can be intimidating and even a little confusing. But The Catechist’s Field Guide offers a clear vision of your mission as a catechist and how to achieve it.
The Insight Journal provides Catholics with a system and a place to keep track of insights revealed through walking with the Lord.