Often neglected Catholic readers now have 3 new and unusual releases widely available.
Vero House Publishing, of Vero Beach Florida, has released three very different books for a very neglected market: America’s 75 million Catholics.
“Until I Return: Dawn of the Shining Darkness,” by Kenneth E. Nowell, is a Spiritual thriller based on prophecies of saints. This edge-of-your-seat, modern-day tale weaves two thousand years of Church history with the true prophecies you don’t know and the urgent warning you should never forget. The book’s unusual and, sometimes, provocative story makes this novel an ideal choice for Catholic book clubs. Catholic Answers Forums named it a top 10 pick for 2010 Catholic books.
Just out, is “Catholic Answers to Protestant Questions: A Concise Summary,” by Fr. John J. Pasquini. It is a convincing defense of Catholic beliefs based on Scripture and the Traditions that originated with Jesus and the Apostles. From the convert in RCIA class, to the cradle Catholic who has become forgetful or luke-warm in the faith, this simple yet profound guide is a book every Catholic will treasure.
Finally, “Transformed by Trouble: From Misfortune to Miracles,” by Ruth Werkowski, is an uplifting tale of triumph over tragedy. This lovingly faithful memoir describes how the author’s home and possessions were destroyed, and the prayers, messages and Miracles that allowed her and her husband to overcome their losses with an even greater faith.
All three books are available wherever books are sold or through the publisher’s website at www.VeroHousePublishing.com.