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Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life

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In this book, Marcellino D’Ambrosio has painted a rich picture that brings Jesus and his world to life. Clear, concise, and compelling, Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life is a must-read for every Catholic.

– Edward Sri

It was a great book for Lent and really helped me with my Bible study group.

– Geri Bennett

This is a great book that tells you about the life of Jesus. It’s Jesus in a true perspective.

– Joe Bohenick

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A Guide to the Passion: 100 Questions About The Passion of The Christ

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This slender book goes much further though, and gives insight into parts of the New Testament, how Christ’s Passion relates to the Jewish Passover, and more.

– Alejandra Vernon

This is an excellent, forthright, and very useful “companion” to the movie, that will answer many (if not all) of the questions one may have about it.

– Steven Propp

If you saw the movie, this guide is a must.

– Anna

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Exploring the Catholic Church: An Introduction to Catholic Teaching and Practice

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This is just the book I was hoping to find. It opens up the world of Catholic thinking, with the important emphasis on our spiritual relationship with Jesus.

– Tyra Murray

Displayed in a readable manner, Dr. D’Ambrosio keeps the reader captivated with practical suggestions of how to apply and restore Catholic Tradition to our lives.

– Alex B.

This was an easy-read book which gives a beautiful, Catholic explanation to the structure of our faith and the celebration of mass itself.

– Deborah Hylander

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When The Church Was Young: Voices of the Early Fathers

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Marcellino D’Ambrosio brings these saints, teachers and martyrs alive in a straight-forward, easy to comprehend book.

– Scott F

A beginner or a student will enjoy this book as much as someone well versed in theology and Church history.

– Bruce Seaman

The lives and works of the early “Church Fathers” are examined in a way we can all understand, and I really appreciate that.

– Frank Konopka