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Books about Church Crisis

Creed or Chaos
Dorothy Sayers
[Paperback] Sophia Institute Press (1996)
Today you hear it even from many well-meaning Christians: "It doesn't really matter what you believe, so long as you're sincere." These pages demonstrate that such a "doctrineless Christianity" is not merely impossible; it's dangerous. Indeed, argues author Dorothy L. Sayers, if Christians don't steep themselves in doctrine, then the Christian Faith - and the world outside the Faith - will descend into chaos. It's a surprising argument these days, but once you've finished these lucid and often witty pages, you'll agree with Sayers that dogma is no exercise in hair-splitting about insignificant matters; it's a vibrant window into the splendor of God's truth, a window that each Christian soul needs.
Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church
Malachi Martin
$13.50 (Save $1.50)
[Paperback] Touchstone Books (1988)
In The Jesuits, Malachi Martin reveals for the first time the harrowing behind-the-scenes story of the "new" worldwide Society of Jesus. The leaders and the dupes; the blood and the pathos; the politics, the betrayals and the humiliations; the unheard-of alliances and compromises. The Jesuits tells a true story of today that is already changing the face of all our tomorrows.
Prodigal Daughters: Catholic Women Come Home to the Church
Donna Steichen
$13.45 (Save $1.50)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1999)
Like their prodigal brother in the best-loved of Christ's parables, 17 women from all walks of life tell their poingant personal stories of leaving the Catholic Church and why they came back. They rediscovered the living heart of Christ at the centre of the Church and their accounts of faith reborn offer hope and direction to the lift the heart of every reader.
Ratzinger Report: An Exclusive Interview on the State of the Church
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
$9.85 (Save $1.10)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1987)
Cardinal Ratzinger speaks candidly and forcefully about the state of the Church in the Post-Vatican II era.
Salt of the Earth: Christianity and the Catholic Church at the End of the Millenium
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
$11.65 (Save $1.30)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1997)
The highest ranking man in the Vatican next to the Pope gives an exclusive interview on the worldwide state of Catholicism to a highly regarded secular German journalist. "Salt of the Earth" explores a host of controversial and difficult issues facing Catholicism and Christianity at the end of the millennium.
Ungodly Rage: The Hidden Face of Catholic Feminism
Donna Steichen
$13.45 (Save $1.50)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1991)
Written by a Catholic journalist who has investigated feminism on its own ground, this remarkable book fully exposes the hidden face of Catholic feminism for the first time, revealing its theoretical and psychological roots in loss of faith. A definitive account of a movement impelled by vengeful rage to revolt against all spiritual authority.
What Went Wrong With Vatican II: The Catholic Crisis Explained
Ralph McInerny
$13.45 (Save $1.50)
[Paperback] Sophia Institute Press (1998)
Vatican II was supposed to herald a Golden Age in the Catholic Church, yet in the 30 years since it ended, chaos and dissension have rocked the pulpits and emptied the pews. In these riveting pages, world-renowned Catholic author and professor Ralph McInerny shows you why this crisis engulfs the Church today ... and what must be done about it.
Anti-Catholicism in American Culture
Robert P Lockwood
$17.95 (Save $2.00)
[Hardback] Our Sunday Visitor (2000)
Would a major American newspaper accept a full-page ad viciously denigrating African-Americans, Jews, or another minority? Of course not. But when the target is the Catholic Church, the rules change.
Battle for the American Church Revisited
Msgr George A Kelly
$8.95 (Save $1.00)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1995)
Fifteen years after his eye-opening book, The Battle for the American Church revealed what Monsignor Kelly called a "guerrilla-type warfare going on inside the American Church", he now revisits that battle within the Catholic Church and the struggle to change its mission, its nature and its Gospel.
  Called to Communion: Understanding the Church Today
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
$10.75 (Save $1.20)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1996)
Catholic Church at the End of an Age: What Is the Spirit Saying?
Ralph Martin
$11.65 (Save $1.30)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1994)
This book doesn't just leave us with an impressive and startling look at the Church's actual situation. It shows us how we can respond to what we see in a way that can bring great blessings to all. This book is an amazingly rich source of documentation of what actually is happening in the Church around the world as well as an inspiring presentation of the great power of faith, hope and love to "conquer the world."
In the Murky Waters of Vatican II
Atila S Guimaraes
$16.80 (Save $4.20)
[Paperback] TAN Books (1999)
Liberalism is a Sin
Felix S Salvany
[Paperback] TAN Books (1994)
Refutes every aspect of the deadly error that one religion is as good as another and that a person has a moral right to choose whichever religion suits him best.
Unicorn in the Sanctuary: The Impact of the New Age Movement on the Catholic Church
Randy England
$9.00 (Save $1.00)
[Paperback] TAN Books (1992)
Shows how "New Age" principles have infiltrated the Catholic Church, being a combination of humanism, paganism, self-deification, Satanism and witchcraft, a far more dangerous movement than it appears! This is the first full-length study of the impact of the New Age Movement on Catholicism. Clear and down to earth. Tells what it is, what is wrong with it, where it came from and what to do about it. Very revealing!

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