This is the short brochure version of Fr. Pavone's well-known longer booklet by the same name. It explains the Catholic citizen’s moral obligation to vote and take an active role in the nation's political process. It does not endorse any particular candidate or political party. It stresses the fundamental importance of the right to life, and guides us on how to properly assess candidates, issues, and parties, keeping our loyalty firmly rooted in Christ. Product #3469. Suggested Donation: $.20 each or 100 for $20.00.
This popular little prayer book has been revised and expanded to include
additional prayers from Fr. Frank Pavone to enrich your private and public
prayer to bring about a culture of life. This little treasury of prayer now
includes your favorite novenas, found at PrayerCampaign.org, post-abortion
healing prayers and more. 58 pages - Item # 125 -
By Anthony Destefano
From Publishers Weekly: "Books on prayer are legion, most often focusing on why we should pray and how to do it correctly. DeStefano offers readers a refreshing look at this evergreen topic by focusing on 10 prayers God "always" answers. "Why don't people take advantage of prayers that work? One big reason is that they are so caught up in prayers that don't always work," says DeStefano. He offers readers this guarantee: "before you even get to the last page of this book, your life will begin to change before your eyes." Prayers include "God, show me that you exist," "God, forgive me," "God, give me courage" and "God, lead me to my destiny."
“Anthony DeStefano has once again drawn his readers into the mystery of God’s love and invited us to reflect more deeply on our relationship with Him. In a simple yet profound way, Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To offers insights, and indeed a practical wisdom, that will resonate with anyone who has ever struggled with personal prayer. I recommend this book to any and all who are searching for a fresh perspective on the meaning and value of a life of prayer, and, ultimately, for a more fulsome encounter with the Living God.” - Cardinal Renato Raffaele Martino, President, Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace