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  • The Secret of Unity

    Chiara Lubich
    £5.95
    Unity and Jesus Forsaken, the twin themes of this book, are two sides of the same coin. They sum up the core of the Christian message. Exploring them is to explore the richness found in the person of Jesus.
  • She Died She Lives

    Maurus Green
    £6.95
    The story of an ordinary, yet remarkable girl, Maria Orsola Bussone, who died tragically at the age of 16. Her decision to live for God, amidst all the normal problems faced by teenagers: crushes, emotional ups and downs, disagreements with parents, had an amazing effect on her companions and on the small village where she lived.
  • The Still Waters of Beauty

    Oliver Davies
    £5.95
    This mini-series comprises four titles, each of which contains specially chosen passages from the timeless writings of some of the best known of the Fathers of the Church. They serve both as an introduction to the Patristic writings and as a rich source of personal reflection and meditation.
  • Born to New Life

    Oliver Davies
    £5.95
    This mini-series comprises four titles, each of which contains specially chosen passages from the timeless writings of some of the best known of the Fathers of the Church. They serve both as an introduction to the Patristic writings and as a rich source of personal reflection and meditation.
  • The Living Presence

    Chiara Lubich
    £7.95
    This book looks at three aspects of a single mystery: the Word, the Eucharist and the presence of Jesus among those gathered in his name.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr

    Richard Deats
    £8.95
    Richard Deats’ biography of Martin Luther King Jr brings King’s spirit alive to a new generation. King’s belief in the sanctity of life and the spirit of love and compassion inspire us all and challenge each new generation to begin again the quest for truth and justice.
  • The commentaries offered here are meditations that bring us the thought of the ages and many traditions – medieval, reformation, counter-reformation and contemporary. It is a rich harvest of Christian spirituality.
  • Matthew – God With Us

    Ronald D. Witherup
    £10.95
    In this brief but beautiful exposition of scripture, the author gives readers significant insights into the spiritual depths of Matthew’s Gospel. With a masterful touch he leads those studying the Gospel along sound lines of interpretation.
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    Francis of Assisi – The Saint (HB)

    Regis J. Armstrong
    £27.50 £17.50
    ‘A new song of Francis for our time!’  This series, now published in three volumes, is a new and more complete presentation of Franciscan critical texts than has ever been available before. It also offers fresh translations in the light of the latest scholarship – some of the texts are published for the first time in English.
  • Johannes Tauler invites us to prepare the ‘ground of the soul’ to receive God, so that the Word of God may be born in us as it is in Mary. Focusing on themes such as God in Creation and the return of all things to God, Tauler nevertheless insists that the union of the human soul with God is by grace, and not by nature.
  • Bernard of Clairvaux was a twelfth-century Cistercian monk whose influence extended into many areas of Church life. His monastic reforms emphasized mystical prayer as the foundation of daily observance, bringing the Cistercian order into a position of unprecedented expansion and renown.
  • Promise of Good Things

    Oliver Davies
    £5.95
    This mini-series comprises four titles, each of which contains specially chosen passages from the timeless writings of some of the best known of the Fathers of the Church. They serve both as an introduction to the Patristic writings and as a rich source of personal reflection and meditation.
  • Yes Yes No No

    Chiara Lubich
    £3.95
    In this collection of spiritual reflections Chiara Lubich explores man's aspiration to share in the life of God. The challenge of the Gospel is clear-cut: let your yes be yes and your no, no ... he who is not with me is against me. Whether reviewing the life of a great saint such as Catherine of Siena or of the Indian spiritual leader Vinhoba Bhave, Chiara Lubich underlines that what counts is the quality of life as it is lived in each moment.
  • Francis of Assisi – The Founder (PB)

    Regis J. Armstrong
    £20.00
    This series, now published in three volumes, is a new and more complete presentation of Franciscan critical texts than has ever been available before. It also offers fresh translations in the light of the latest scholarship – some of the texts are published for the first time in English.
  • He took me by the hand

    Little Sister Magdeleine of Jesus
    £7.95
    Like Mother Teresa, Little Sister Magdeleine is someone who has been used to found a new way of life in the Church. Her story is fascinating. It has moments that are touching and moments of high drama, but always it gives witness to the beauty, freshness and power of the Gospel.
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