Archive for the ‘E-Book’ Category.
This free e-book is a collection of profiles of Saints, Beati and Venerables who have suffered with cancer, healed people with cancer, or have a tradition of patronage against cancer and for its sufferers. These formats will work on PCs, Macs, laptops, PDAs, smart-phones, e-book readers and other devices.
- “E-Book – Saints of Cancer“. Saints.SQPN.com. 16 February 2014. Web. 9 March 2014. <>
A short hagiographical biography of Saint Benedict the Black, the son of slaves who became a Franciscan renowned for his spiritual wisdom and exceptional spiritual direction. These formats will work on PCs, Macs, laptops, PDAs, smart-phones, e-book readers and other devices.
A short book by a Jesuit priest in which he records and discusses all that we know about angels from the scriptures and the traditions of the Church. These formats will work on PCs, Macs, laptops, PDAs, smart-phones, e-book readers and other devices.
by George M Barton is now available as an illustrated e-book in formats for most computers, e-readers and smart phones. This is a very little known element of the American Civil War, Catholic nuns working on both sides of the battlefield, concerned only with the relief of human misery and strengthening the faith of the wounded.
A small booklet explaining the source of the Church’s authority, in Scripture and Tradition, for forgiving sins through the Sacrament of Penance, and for Indulgences. From SQPN Books.
Pope Leo XIII‘s Encyclical of 20 June 1888 in which he discusses the nature of human liberty and freedom, and the right way to consider true liberty in a human being. From SQPN books.
Mediaeval priest and writer, Blessed John Duns Scotus, founder of the philosophical school of Scotism, explains the concept of starting all philosophy and belief with the existence of God
This booklet tells very simply what is the Mass, why it is the most important thing in the life of the Catholic, and how we can fully profit by it. All that is written here can be understood and put into practice by any Catholic. From SQPN Books.
A collection of brief articles about the nine saints and beati who have been selected as the patron saints of World Youth Day 2011. From SQPN Books.
Not a biography in the modern sense but a collection of brief incidents, many miraculous, from the life and work of Saint Patrick. Collected and written by the 12th century cleric Bishop Jocelin; from a version edited by James O’Leary and published in 1880. From SQPN Books.