New Book Project

As most of you are aware, Filii Passionis has been striving to provide pertinent and profound print publications, in a clean and affordable style, for the Catholic striving to deepen his or her faith.

It has come to our attention that a resource is needed to help priests, religious and faithful alike in delving deeper into the texts of the Holy Mass. Something that seems to be lacking is a comprehensive resource in an accessible form for a fuller understanding of the readings (Epistles and Gospels) of the traditional liturgical year. With that in mind, our next book project will be assembling from the Church Fathers and the Medieval Fathers, in a classic hardcover form, a compiled resource for easy reflection and study on the Scripture readings for Sundays and Major Feasts throughout the year.

We began a crowdfunding effort at the onset of this project for a couple of reasons: 1, to complete the project in a timely manner during the course of this coming summer; and, 2, this will permit Filii Passionis to provide work for students currently studying in Rome. GO HERE TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THIS PROJECT. Again, your help is needed in spreading news about this campaign and effort.

Please spread the news about this campaign – we are very excited to provide this work, for our own growth and development in preparing it, and for the fruit that will come from the work, assisting a study of the Scriptures, the liturgical year, and a greater depth in the spiritual life. 

For those who donate over $200 to this project, you will receive a complimentary copy of the compilation and a copy of our most popular publication: Meditations from the School of Jesus Crucified. [For these donors: Please include your address in the comment form for your donation to receive your complimentary books].

And as always, check out our publications HERE. Everything is presently discounted.

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