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16 items, listed alphabetically by first author.

 


Growing in Faith
When a Catholic Marriage Fails

For Divorced or Separated Catholics and
Those Who Minister with Them

Antoinette Bosco
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Building on the experience of other divorced and remarried Catholics, Ms. Bosco shares her extensive knowledge of Church law and the process of annulment with deep compassion and understanding. A source of hope, encouragement and support for divorced Catholics and a healing resource for those who minister in the Catholic community.

Item:
CB-04-0

Paperback
128 pp.

$8.95

 

 

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The Other Side of the Closet
The Coming-Out Crisis for
Straight Spouses and Families

Amity Pierce Buxton, Ph.D.
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Having a spouse or a parent disclose his or her same-sex attraction is a shattering experience fraught with pain, confusion, anger, and a profound loss of self-esteem. Amity Pierce Buxton spotlights this exploding phenomenon and reports constructive coping strategies that spouses and children have used to resolve problems of sexual damage, family breakdown, deception, and homophobia.

Item:
BT-0471021520

Paperback
332 pp.

$18.95

 

 

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The Forgiveness Book
A Catholic Approach
Alice Camille & Paul Boudreau
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What is forgiveness?  Why is it so hard to forgive?  In The Forgiveness Book: A Catholic Approach, award-winning authors Alice Camille and Paul Boudreau address these questions and many more by thoroughly examining what Scripture has to say about those who "trespass against us," and what it takes to accomplish the difficult act of forgiveness—all from a distinctly Catholic point of view.

Item:
AP-356-4

Paperback
112 pp.

$12.95

 

 

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Now What Do I Do?
A Guide to Help Teenagers with
Their Parents' Separation or Divorce

Lynn Cassella-Kapusinski
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If your parents are separated or divorced, then you?re already an expert in the feelings and emotions that can develop from such a disaster. What you may not be an expert in, however, is how best to channel and learn from those feelings. Author Lynn Cassella- Kapusinski endured her own parents? divorce when she was eleven, and she has written this book to share her own experiences to make your journey easier.

Item:
AP-304-X

Paperback
174 pp.

$9.95

 

 

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The Dilemma of Divorced Catholics
Where Do You Stand with the Church?
What Is the Internal Forum?

John T. Catoir, JCD
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"Few aspects of the Church's teaching are as misunderstood—or as misrepresented—as that involving marriage and divorce. In The Dilemma of Divorced Catholics, Father John Catoir spells out clearly, concisely and faithfully what the Church really has to say on the subject. This updated edition of a Catholic classic couldn't have come along at a better time!"
—Gerald M. Costello, former editor, Catholic New York.

Item:
CB-06-6

Paperback
112 pp.

$8.95

 

 

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Annulment
The Wedding That Was:
How the Church Can Declare a Marriage Null

Michael Smith Foster
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To most people, the annulment process is shrouded in mystery. This straightforward primer explains the concepts and procedures surrounding annulment and the mechanics of canon law. Using clear, simple language and dozens of concrete examples, the author—a judge on a tribunal—demystifies the procedure while showing how it does not contradict Church teaching on the indissolubility of marriage. This is fascinating reading for anyone even remotely interested in the workings of annulment.

Item:
PP-3844-1

Paperback
205 pp.

$12.95

 


Annulment
The Wedding That Was:
How the Church Can Declare a Marriage Null

Boston Catholic Television, Inc.
with Father Michael Foster and Jay Fadden


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This video companion to the best-selling book answers questions such as: What does the church teach about marriage? How is the church's court system structured and how does it work? What's the difference between annulment and divorce? Why can't Catholics divorce and remarry? Do declarations of nullity make children illegitimate? How does one get a declaration of nullity? This easy-to-understand, accessible video makes difficult concepts understandable to the nonexpert.

Item:
PP-8293-9

VHS Video

$19.95

 

 

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The Art of Affirmation
Robert Furey, Ph.D.
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Explores the importance of affirmation in human growth and development and also explains why it is an art.

Item:
PP-4432-8

Paperback
109 pp.

$9.95

 

 

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Finding Your Way through Divorce
Kathy Brewer Gorham
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Blending theory, stories, and spiritual components with tools for recovery, Kathy Brewer Gorham takes a Christian perspective to guide readers through the myriad emotions and difficulties that surround any divorce. Written from both personal experience and research, Gorham uses an honest, yet gentle approach to minister to those facing the highs and lows of ending a marriage. A consistent, familiar format guides the reader to healing with scripture passages, personal accounts, questions for self-discovery and a prayer.

Item:
AM-074-0

Paperback
128 pp.

$10.95

 

 

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The Prayer That Heals (Revised Ed.)
Praying for Healing in the Family
Francis MacNutt

In this revised edition of Francis MacNutt's popular handbook on prayer for healing, MacNutt introduces the idea that God still heals and that all followers of Jesus can become instruments of that healing power. MacNutt, an internationally known Christian healing minister and spokesperson, describes how to begin praying for healing, how to be patient in prayer, and how to pray in your own words.

Item:
AM-055-4

Paperback
128 pp.

$9.95

 

 

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Returned to Peace
The Spiritual Benefits of Annulment
Tom and Desirée Marciani
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Desirée and Tom Marciani tell about their journey through the annulment process and the significant things they learned that helped them be better Catholics, better people, and better spouses. All those contemplating annulment or who have friends thinking about it will benefit from their insights.

Item:
LP-811876

Pamphlet
24 pp.

$1.00

 

 

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A Sorrow Shared
A Combined Edition of the Nouwen Classics
In Memoriam and A Letter of Consolation

Henri J.M. Nouwen
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In this first-ever combined English edition of the Nouwen classics In Memoriam and A Letter of Consolation, this beloved spiritual giant of the twentieth century explores the depths of his grief and writes tenderly and wisely to his bereaved father, yearning for the light of Christ in the darkness of loss and sorrow. In Memoriam, Nouwen's intimate, deeply touching account of his mother's death, offers a gentle invitation to all those in grief to open themselves to a deeper sense of faith and trust in God. A Letter of Consolation — in which Nouwen writes to his father six months after his mother's death — ponders the journey of bereavement itself.

Item:
AM-253-1

Paperback
128 pp

$12.95

 

 

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Healing Wounded Relationships
Martin Padovani
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This valuable resource looks at the many aspects of our relations with others, especially our close and personal ones. Father Padovani offers wise and practical advice on how to communicate, listen, grow in intimacy, and forgive. He gives guidance on dealing with times of loss, healing, grieving, and anxiety, especially as these affect our relationships. He provides insights and spiritual nurture along with practical, caring, and experienced advice.

Item:
TP-507-8

Paperback
176 pp.

$12.95

 

 

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The Joy of You
Your Life After Divorce
William E. Rabior, ACSW
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Hope is on the horizon, and it's time to take back your life. The experience can be devastating--creating a sense of loss, loneliness, mistrust, and failure. But there is life after divorce. Author William Rabior identifies eight key factors to experiencing healing, culled from the lives of people who have successfully traveled these paths. From the stories of people who have moved successfully through the process, come practical steps in an easy-to-read format for today's harried lifestyle.

Item:
LP-1853-0

Paperback
80 pp.

$6.95

 

 

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Raising Children of Divorce
Practical Help for Parents
with Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D.
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The divorce of one's parents is a traumatic event in a child's life. The biggest concern for almost all divorcing parents is how their children will be hurt by the breakup and what they should do to help their children. To parents and adults who work with children, Raising Children of Divorce will give concrete ways to help children through divorce, providing an invaluable resource in walking children through one of the most difficult times they will ever face.

Item:
PAR-374-9

DVD Video

$24.95

 

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