Prison Journal Volume 1: Cardinal George Pell


That final verdict came after Cardinal George Pell endured a grueling five years of accusations, trials, conviction, humiliation, character assassination, and finally more than a year of imprisonment after being convicted by an Australian court of a crime he didn't commit.

Led off to jail in handcuffs, following his sentencing on March 13, 2019, the 78-year old Australian prelate began what was to be six years in jail for "historical sexual assault offences." Cardinal Pell endured more than thirteen months in prison, eight of those in solitary confinement, before the High Court voted 7-0 to overturn his original convictions. His victory over an extreme travesty of justice was not just personal, but one for the entire Catholic Church.

Bearing no ill will toward his accuser, judges, prison workers, journalists, and those harbouring and expressing hate for him, the Cardinal used his time in prison as a kind of "extended retreat". He eloquently filled notebook pages with his spiritual insights, prison experiences, and personal reflections on current events both inside and outside the Church, as well as moving prayers.

"These prison diaries should never have been written. That they were written is a testament to the capacity of God's grace to inspire insight, magnanimity, and goodness amidst wickedness, evil, and injustice. That they were written so beautifully bears witness to the Christian character that divine grace formed in their author, Cardinal George Pell." — George Weigel, from the Introduction

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Prison Journal Volume 2: Cardinal George Pell

In this second of three volumes, Cardinal Pell receives the terrible news that his first appeal is rejected. With the same grace, wisdom and calm perseverance we see on display in volume 1, he continues his quest for justice by appealing to the Australian High Court. Glimmers of hope emerge as more legal experts, including non-Catholics, join the chorus of those demanding that this miscarriage of justice be reversed.

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Random Reflections by Father Barry Tobin PE

For over fifty years, Father Barry Tobin has been a respected parish priest of the Archdiocese of Melbourne.

Collected here in print for the first time are some of his pastoral reflections, homily notes, and short magazine articles. His writing draws on history, current events, pilgrimages in the Holy Land, popular films, and the lives of great Australians, sharing spiritual insights from each.

“I’ve known Father Barry for many years and find his homilies inspirational. When he approached me to publish a collection of them, I was more than delighted to do so, as I believe they will touch the hearts of many. I strongly recommend this book for reflection and contemplation.”

John Canavan,
Director, Divine Mercy Publications

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The Persecution of George Pell

This book is the story of how the highest levels of the police, judiciary and politics in Australia, plus victim lobby groups, compensation lawyers, and journalists for major news media, found common cause to persecute, convict and jail an innocent man.

They had been persuaded by fanciful accusations that, twenty years earlier, George Cardinal Pell of the Catholic Church had sexually abused two 13-year-old choirboys in the priests’ sacristy of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne, on a Sunday morning after Mass.

The campaign against Pell aimed not only to personally destroy one of Australia’s most influential religious leaders, but to trash the reputation of his Church as well. To get their man, lawyers, judges and a Royal Commission had to reverse long-standing legal principles including the presumption of innocence, guilt beyond reasonable doubt, and the onus of proof being on the prosecution. They insisted that a claim of child sexual abuse must always be believed. Had it succeeded, the campaign would have set damaging precedents for the rule of law in Australia. Pell spent 400 days in prison before a unanimous judgment of the High Court acquitted him, and set him free.

The persecution of George Pell is a story not only of a serious injustice heaped on one individual but also of the damage that can be done to a civilised society by ideologues within our major institutions when they are convinced of their own virtue and determined to get their own way.

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The Science, Morality and Safety of Vaccines: A Catholic Perspective

In The Science, Morality & Safety of Vaccines: A Catholic Perspective, biologist Pamela Acker answers the following questions:

What lessons can history teach us about the scientific basis for vaccination and its role in the eradication of infectious diseases?

What are the moral arguments for and against the current practice of vaccination and how should Catholics evaluate these arguments?

What are the medical risks associated with vaccination in general and with the COVID-19 vaccine in particular?

“The book Vaccination: A Catholic Perspective by Pamela Acker is a very timely book, arriving just when clarity is needed on the subject of vaccinations, especially in light of COVID-19. Ms. Acker’s book provides a clear and succinct discussion, accessible to most lay people, of the nature of the vaccines, how they are derived and produced. It also provides an analysis of the safety of the vaccinations. The strength of the book is the precision with which she arrives at her scientific conclusions, never overstating the facts while still presenting with clarity what is truly known about the safety and efficacy of the various forms of vaccination. For those who want a coherent presentation on the subject of vaccination in a readable and accessible text, I highly recommend this book.” ―Fr. Chad Ripperger, Ph.D.

“An incisive, eye-opening and informative presentation of the science underpinning the concept, development and impact of vaccination programmes: facts and fallacies. An important discourse for those who are vaccine hesitant but a must-read for vaccine advocates, policy makers and government enablers.” ―Dr. Christopher J. Clovis, Ph.D., B.Sc., B.Ed.

“As a practicing family physician, I foresee that the book will be a very useful guide for anyone with an interest in the subject of immunization. Pamela Acker takes the very complex subject of the human immune system and vaccination and explains it in a well-organized, simple manner that even non-medical persons can understand. Immunization has become a dogma of the current healthcare system that is in desperate need of repair from an authentically Catholic perspective. I highly recommend this timely publication.” ―Jeffrey J. Starre, MD (27 years in private practice)



Jesus I Trust in You (Vilnius)

his is a beautifully presented book with colour pictures that comes directly from Vilnius, Lithuania, where the original image of Divine Mercy is located. The book describes many of the aspects of the Divine Mercy; The Merciful Lord, The Mother of Mercy, The Feast, The Chaplet, The Novena, The Merciful Image and Prayers, including a section showing all the places in Lithuania associated with Divine Mercy. Very easy to read and great for beginners. Printed with the blessing of Archbishop Grušas from Lithuania First time ever available in Australia. Laminated cover. 56 pages

A great prayer book for Apostles of Mercy!



Jesus in the Holy Eucharist - Where His Love Awaits

This beautiful book from The Combined Societies of Mary contains a great wealth of excellent insights for readers of all levels of faith. It is divided into three sections. The first aims to increase the faith and devotion in the Blessed Sacrament. The second includes a brief look at some other important and interesting aspects relating to Holy Communion. The third is a treasury under various themes, that contains some of the most beautiful prayers that the Church possesses relating to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. This book shows many of the Saints of the Eucharist and contains many coloured pictures throughout. Over 12 months in production! 224 pages.

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Really Present in the Eucharist

A small, but enriching and spiritually powerful book!


12 Biblical Reasons for Spending One Hour

12 Reasons from the Teachings of the Church for Spending One Hour

Is Jesus Really Present in The Eucharist?

Eucharist as Reality and Crisis of Faith

Eucharist as Presence

Eucharist Taken for Granted

Faith in the Real Presence

St. Francis of Assisi and the Eucharist

Angels and the Eucharist

St. Anthony and the Eucharist

St. Thomas Aquinas and the Eucharist

Science Confirms the Real Presence

The Doctrines of the Catholic Church

Ten Commandments for Eucharistic Reverence

Eucharist Our Companion in Exile The Tabernacle an Open Treasury

A most encouraging Revelation

A pledge of life-everlasting

Invitation to visit the Blessed Sacrament

Example of Saints

Daily Visits

The House of God. A miniature Heaven

Looking at the Sacred Host

Decline in the Reverence to the Blessed Sacrament

Introduction Of Communion In The Hand

Introduction of 'Extraordinary Ministers' What can be done to Reverse the Situation?

The Eucharistic Miracles

Prayer to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

The Eucharistic Prayers From Fatima. The Prayer of Jehoshaphat.

I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if anyone eats of the bread, he will live forever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is My Flesh.




The Book of Love: A Testament of Padre Pio

'With man witnesses in Italy and France, Padre Pio, before dying, wanted to assure the world and the Church that the "Book of Love" is the only gift of Jesus able to bring back Peace and Love, Prosperity to the Church and the World. Padre Pio assured that the "Book of Love" is the very little book devoured by John (the Apocalypse). In Padre Pio's opinion nothing, in this time, is more important than the diffusion of the "Book of Love," which is the Blessing, the reconciliation of God with man after the "very serious betrayals to (sic) the Truth of the Holy Gospel." - From a letter by the translator, Dr. Luigi Garpari.

The beautiful words in this booklet were written down by Dr. Garpari as spoken by Padre Pio, as the Saint received them from Jesus.

35 pages long.



The Devil is Afraid of Me: The Life and Works of the World's Most Famous Exorcist

“We can do nothing against you because you are too protected!”

So declared a frustrated host of devils to Father Gabriele Amorth, the priest exorcist in Rome who spent thirty years battling the Devil and his minions by performing more than sixty thousand exorcisms. All the while, he deftly used modern media to awaken our disbelieving modern culture ― and even the Church ― to the reality of the Devil and his nefarious actions at all times and everywhere.

In these eye-opening pages, angelologist Father Marcello Stanzione tells the fascinating story of Father Amorth and his life as an exorcist. You’ll learn of his daily schedule and how he managed to perform dozens of exorcisms each week. You’ll find out what his exorcism room looked like, and how various devils responded to his bold practice. Best of all, you’ll read Father Amorth’s own startling explanations of many truths about the Devil that our culture has forgotten ― and about the canny methods the Deceiver has adopted in recent years to corrupt believers and unbelievers alike.

Includes answers to questions like:

How can we recognise the action of the Evil One?

Can a person in the afterlife enter spiritually into a living person?

Which prayers of liberation are the most successful?

Can demons hide from an exorcist?

What are the six characteristics of evil spells?

Are all instances of clairvoyance managed by demons?

What are the four methods a demon uses to enter souls?

Why is there no longer any possibility of salvation for the fallen angels?

Is an exorcist infallible in his judgement and his ministry?

What are the arms of combat that each of us must use to do battle with the devil?

And many more surprising facts about the devil and how to resist him.



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