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    he Oblates of Saint Benedict of Saint Vincent Archabbey have released a book on an Oblate for lost his life for the faith. The story, edited by Father Donald Raila, O.S.B., and Oblates Lora Jacob and Michael Lo Piccolo, is told mostly in the words of Nadeem Feroze, through his email correspondence with Lo Piccolo, and his written correspondence with Father Donald. Learn More
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    p>History and Relevance was the 22nd lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent. It was given in 1969.

    It is reprinted here by Archabbey Publications in conjunction with Wipf and Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon.

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  • $8.95
    em>Yet All Shall Be Well, authored by Daniel (Br. Bruno) J. Heisey, contains twenty-five poems from America, England, and continental Europe that touch on the spiritual found in the ordinary. The book also contains the author's notes, which provide a unique look into the creative process behind Yet All Shall Be Well

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    he Study Guide to Lessons from Saint Benedict is an excellent resource for groups and individuals who would like to further their studies and enhance spiritual growth through Father Donald Raila's book Lessons from Saint Benedict. Each chapter includes three study questions and three suggested activities designed to encourage group discussions and individual reflections. Learn More
  • $35.00
    y Rene Kollar. Many in Victorian England harbored deep suspicion of convent life. In addition to looking at anti-Catholicism and the fear of both Anglican and Catholic sisterhoods that were established during the nineteenth century, this work explores the prejudice that existed against women in Victorian England who joined sisterhoods and worked in orphanages and in education and were comitted to Learn More
  • an's Approach to God was the fifth lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent and was given in 1951 by Jacques Maritain. Maritain was one of the most influential figures in the Thomastic revival of the 20th century. Both in his persona life and in his prolific academic corpus, Maritain modeled the Church's commitment to the interrelationship between faith and reason Learn More
  • A Commitment to Truth” was the 19th lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent and was given in 1965. It is reprinted here by Archabbey Publications in conjunction with Wipf and Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon. The book is edited by Father Rene Kollar, O.S.B. Learn More
  • $15.00
    p>This special commemorative book is a collector's edition with pictures never-before published, as well as large format photography that captures the grandeur of the Saint Vincent Basilica. Winner of the Catholic Press Association Award for Book Design and Production, 2006.

    Add a second Basilica softcover to your cart and get it for free in this buy one get one free offer!

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    number of years ago one of the millers at the Saint Vincent Gristmill helped compile a booklet of various recipes made with Gristmill products such as flour and bran. Long out of print, this compilation is still requested by visitors to the mill. So, by popular demand, the Gristmill General Store has reprised and refined the original cookbook. Learn More
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    ather Omer U. Kline, O.S.B., tells the gristmill's story from the beginning through the restoration and renovation of the mill. The story of the controversial Saint Vincent Brewery is also included, as is the tale of Saint Vincent Bread, and some of the longstanding recipes for the bread. In addition to black and white photos throughout the book, there is a 16-page section full of color photos of Learn More

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