List of Worth-It Catholic eBooks

The following is a partial list of faithful Catholic eBooks available online whose spiritual value trumps their (often minimal) material price, and which are therefore WORTH-IT ebooks.

  1. Cornelius a’Lapide’s Commentary on the Four Gospels (Loreto Publications). May be accessed through Loreto Publications. As a free sample, the Commentary on Saint Matthew, chapter xvi, may be read online and read/downloaded in PDF format.
  2. Jesus’ Six Keys to a More Perfect You, by John O’Neill. Available at Smashwords and Amazon. Smashwords offers a 20% sample in multiple formats, and Amazon seems [I haven’t gotten it yet] to offer a sample as well. According to his blog Catholic Writers Notebook, Mr. O’Neill is an instructor and facilitator in parish catechetical and renewal programs with a seminary degree in Aristotelianism-Thomism and a year of post-graduate theology at the Catholic University of America. [NB: It was Mr. O’Neill’s comment on my Free eBooks List that had me start this list of worth-it ebooks. My bad, for forgetting that there are many many more Catholic ebooks out there.]
  3. Catholic Voices in a World on Fire: Traditional Catholic Reflections and Reports, by Thomas Storck, Deacon Keith Fournier, Frank J. Capone, Stephen Hand, etc.; edited by Stephen Hand. Available at Lulu Marketplace for $8.99. Includes articles [N.B., Republishes articles from the late great Catholic website TCR News.]

Notes:

  1. Each entry in the list uses the following schema: <[Title], by [Author] ([Print publication information, if any]),. On [Topics]. Available on [Website with link] ([Electronic publication information]). [Price]>
  2. Please note that this is a non-profit public service for the Catholic Christian ethersphere. So if you have or know a worth-it Catholic ebook and would like it indexed here, which will be done FOR FREE, please send me the information or link in a comment on this page.

2 thoughts on “List of Worth-It Catholic eBooks”

  1. Thank you for your kind remarks regarding my eBook, Jesus’ Six Keys to a More Perfect You. As to its Imprimatur: I looked into the matter and found that it is no longer mandatory; however, I recognize that it is, as you pointed out, a proof of the orthodoxy of the book’s content. Perhaps if you could let me know what you would consider an excerpt that shows its doctrinal orientation, I will be most happy to provide such references (e.g., source material such as Summa Theologica, Summa Contra Gentiles, Catechism of the Catholic Church, etc.)

    Sincerely,
    John O’Neill (johnoneill1021@gmail.com)

  2. Thank you again for recommending my first Catholic eBook, “Jesus’ Six Keys to a More Perfect You.”

    Your readers might also be interested in two of my other works published in 2011: “A Sign Contradicted: Essays on the Life of Christ” and “There Are No Molecules in God”, a theological exposition of the nature and perfection of the One God. Currently, I’m finishing up a sequel to this third eBook, entitled “Experiencing God as Trinity”, which I hope to publish exclusively on Amazon Kindle in the spring of 2013.

    Sincerely,

    John O’Neill

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