Explained by the Lives and Legends of the Saints
By Fr. F.X. Schouppe, S.J.
Pulp pocketbook edition of the above. Unabridged, plus Appendices on Indulgences, the Brown Scapular, and Prayers for the
Poor Souls. Priced low purposely for wide distribution.
Pocket Book: $12.00
Large Book: $16.50
Church and Spiritualism
Hell, Heaven and Purgatory Catholic Books - Main Section
CHARITY FOR THE SUFFERING SOULS By Fr. John A. Nageleisen
THE FOUR LAST THINGS Death, Judgment, Hell, Heaven By Fr. Martin von Cochem, O.S.F.C.
LIFE EVERLASTING A Theological Treatise on the Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell By Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange
PREPARATION FOR DEATH By St. Alphonsus Liguori
CHARITY FOR THE SUFFERING SOULS
By Fr. John A. Nageleisen
Profound, provocative, complete treatment of Purgatory--its sufferings, consolations, duration, etc., plus,
how we can assist the Poor Souls, their gratitude, and God's reward to us for helping them. A very moving book.
TAN - 298 Pp. PB. Impr. ISBN 2000
DEVOTION FOR THE DYING MARY'S CALL TO HER LOVING CHILDREN By Mother Mary Potter
THE SPIRITUAL COMBAT
AND A TREATISE ON PEACE OF SOUL
By Dom Lorenzo Scupoli
A famous Catholic classic on the strategy for achieving spiritual perfection and salvation. Shows how to combat our passions
and vices with an intelligent method in order to achieve a final victory. Also shows how to concentrate one's energies to
make constant progress. One of the Church's all-time greatest books on the spiritual life and a favorite book of St. Francis
TAN - 240 Pp. PB. Impr. ISBN 4054
THE SPIRITUAL DOCTRINE OF ST. CATHERINE OF GENOA
By Don Cattaneo Marabotto & St. Catherine (1447-1510)
This book consists of 3 separate works, including the Treatise on Purgatory, which may well be the most revealing work ever
written on Purgatory. It explains the attitude of the Poor Souls, their sufferings and their joys, plus the difference between
the sufferings of Purgatory and those of Hell. This great lay mystic reveals that the Gates of Heaven are actually wide open,
but that souls choose not to go there unless they are perfect. If they are wicked (in mortal sin), they hurl themselves into
Hell. If they die in the State of Grace, but with sins yet unexpiated, they hasten to the appropriate place in Purgatory.
St. Catherine says that the sins we expiate in this life are paid for at a very small price indeed compared to what we will
pay in Purgatory. A classic!