Posts Tagged ‘Jesuit Father John Hardon’
Ignatius Press recently announced the release of more than thirty books from their collection into e-reader format. Many older Ignatius Press books are also incrementally being made available in the e-book format. These additions bring their collection of electronic books to over 300 titles available for purchase. The file formats available are .prc format for Kindle and .epub format for Nook and iPad.
A few of the additions include:
The Treasury of Catholic Wisdom, edited by Jesuit Father John Hardon. A Catholic library in miniature, a one-volume microcosm of what the Church’s great minds have thought and said since the apostolic age.
YOUCAT: Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church. An accessible, contemporary expression of the Catholic Faith, with a foreword by Pope Benedict XVI.
Idylls and Rambles by Jesuit Father James V. Schall. Fr. Schall writes profoundly and charmingly about people, places and things, giving a Christian perspective to the importance of little things and particular moments.
111 Questions on Islam by Jesuit Father Samir Khalil Samir is the result of a series of interviews with the internationally acclaimed expert on Islam who has dedicated many years to studying key themes of Islam and analyzing the possibility of coexistence between people of different faiths and cultures.