List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title)

The following are alphabetical lists of faithful Catholic Christian eBooks that are available online for reading or downloading, legally and for free, either because they are now in the public domain or because they were uploaded or published online by their lawful copyright holders:

You may also visit the Project’s List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), as well as the Project’s blog page, where we post links to ebooks and other materials that may be appropriate to feasts of the saints or other events of Catholic relevance.

[Update: This page was reconstructed 26 August 2019 from the former arrangement, in which all texts (numbering about 1800) were listed on one page, leading to lagging loading times. We have thus far divided the said 1800 texts into 3 pages of about 600 texts each. Said reconstruction is still ongoing, so please bear with the changes, and please link to this main index page and not the sub-index pages to avoid dead links.]

31 thoughts on “List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title)”

  1. Thank you for publishing this list. I’m always looking for good Catholic books to read, and you have provided many for my consideration. Outstanding!

  2. Jean Hollings said:

    Nicely written article, very helpful.

  3. FYI, No. 494 (General Instruction of the Roman Missal) refers the reader to the EWTN Library which, in turn, links to the USCCB site. That second link, however, results in a “Page not Found” message.

    GIRM may now be found at http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/the-mass/general-instruction-of-the-roman-missal/index.cfm

    • Thank you very much for the comment; I’ll make the appropriate changes in the list as soon as I may. God bless you.

      Update (19 August 2013): I’ve updated the entry on the GIRM. Thank you very much for the link.

  4. Great site!
    You have a great message thanks for sharing it with us.
    Please visit us at http://www.catholicprayergroup.net
    Please notify us of updates,
    God bless.

  5. Great list. Thanks to you, I got a lot of useful books to deepen my faith. However, if I may suggest an improvement to your list, I wish you could categorize the list, such as: Apologetics, Vatican Documents, Catholic Novels, Canon Law, (Auto)Biography, etc., so we could find the books we’re looking for faster. Browsing through 1315 books is not an easy thing to do. But bravo for the wonderful work! God Bless!

  6. Thank you for your link to St. Anne’s Helper. We’ve just changed our domain name to

    http://www.StAnnesHelper.com

    Use our contact form (‘Sorry I could not find yours.) which goes to our email. Again, thank you.

    Mrs. Mary Fifer

  7. Mary F said:

    Hi! May I ask you to contact us through our website?

    http://www.stanneshelper.com/contact-us.html

    A holy Lent to you and all,

    Mary

  8. Eugene Ighade said:

    Thanks for the arragement. Nice work. Wanted to download some but weren’t able to.

  9. Sylvia Schraml said:

    http://www.philothea.de/
    There is the text of the “Introduction of the devout life” from Franz von Sales, in German. Not for download, but free to read on the internet.

  10. I have a new book out titled “My Intimacy with God, A Companion’s Journey” that is available for free download.

  11. Martin Jenkins said:

    97: Biblia Clerus: Revised Standard Version (1966) with Concordance

    http://www.clerus.org/bibliaclerus/loader/update.exe

    This file is infected with 6 viruses. Proof in link below:

    https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e5cbcca366e1f549aaed12fff3f1118aa38c3f9052fbb757a8fa302eb695a287/analysis/1469116199/

    Please be careful everyone.

  12. Fr Olisa said:

    This is a very wonderful job: beautiful vision, even more beautiful execution. Many blessings!

  13. Fr Leo, OP said:

    I just discovered this website! what i fantastic job! God bless you.

  14. Varghese A said:

    Grateful for providing such list! Wonderful work…for God’s glorification!
    Truth would make free

  15. Thanks for this great list.

    For No.1 101 Questions about the Catholic Mass the right link is:
    http://www.catholicmass.org/docs/101_Questions_About%20_The%20_Mass.pdf

    God bless!

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