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The Confessions: Saint Augustine of Hippo
The Consolation of Philosophy
Written in the sixth century, The Consolation of Philosophy was one of the most popular and influential works of the Middle Ages.In the Consolation, Boethius explores the true end of life-knowledge of God-through a conversation with Lady Philosophy. Part prose, part poetry, the work combines Greek philosophy and Christian faith to formulate answers to some of life's most difficult and enduring questions.
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The Red Badge of Courage
Loss and Gain
A Tale of Two Cities
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Pride and Prejudice
Romeo and Juliet
The Merchant of Venice
The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Scarlet Letter
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Bring this Inspiring Film about St. Augustine to a Theater Near You!
RESTLESS HEART is the first full-length feature film on St. Augustine, one of the most influential Doctors of the Church. Ignatius Press offers this European production to American audiences, and it's available now for hosted theatrical screenings.
The screenplay is based on St. Augustine's landmark work, The Confessions. RESTLESS HEART tells his story in his own words!
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Whether you make it a night out at the movies for your parish, organization, group - or a fundraiser - you can now bring St. Augustine to life on the big screen!
Catholic World Report and Homiletic & Pastoral Review
A Moment of Weakness and the Paradox of God’s Grace
Targeted by extremists, a Catholic convert from Islam reflects on the constancy that is as necessary to the Christian life as bravery.
by Ilyas Khan
In 1980, a month or so after I had turned 18, I took up residence at Netherhall House, an Opus Dei-run student hall in the leafy London suburb of Hampstead.
I turned 50 in early August this year, and it is only recently that I am able to pull off the feat of looking back across 32 years without a sense of vertigo. The passage of time since I was 18 often seems simply a continuation of the journey that started when I took my first steps up the stone entrance of Netherhall and across the hushed threshold.
Shepherding the Irascible Sheep: Anger, Fear, and Fortitude
By Brother James Dominic Rooney
By dealing with our anger and fear in a healthy way, we develop the virtue of fortitude (a key component of patience).Focusing on the character of fortitude provides guidelines to dealing with clients that encourages proper use of fear and anger without denying their existence or validity.