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  • Becoming Community

    Karl A. Schultz
    A thorough exploration of the nature of community and interpersonal relationships as revealed in Sacred Scripture, ‘Becoming Community’ guides readers in reflecting on particular passages from both the Old and New Testaments concerning the circumstances of personal, family, and community life.
  • In this moving collection of writings from John Paul II’s final year in this world, he calls us to build a more open society which recognises human rights, to listen to our neighbour’s cry for help, to build bridges and to share in one another’s gifts.
  • Meditations

    Chiara Lubich
    Already regarded by many as a modern spiritual classic, this new, revised edition of Meditations takes the reader into the heavenly way of thinking, so much so that it often produces a yearning, almost a homesickness, for heaven. Now in hardback with a ribbon page marker.  
  • Gloria Hutchinson not only reminds us of this master spiritual fact, she shows us how to foster good relationships - with Jesus, ourselves, fellow pilgrims, and God.
  • Mary the Transparency of God

    Chiara Lubich
    The pages of this beautiful reflection on Mary offer the reader a new vision of the mother of Jesus, and a new understanding of her role as a model for the Church and for individual Christians.
  • This little book gives insights on peace from some of the greatest writers and thinkers of all times.
  • The Silence of Thomas

    Bruno Forte
    The author offers us the chance to taste something of the mysterious silence of Thomas shortly before his death. The beauty of the words in poetic form take us beyond the limitations of words and usher us into the silence where the Word speaks.  
  • Some things we only discover at night. During the daytime the stars are hidden, yet they are there. Every kind of pain is like a nightly visitor, who disturbs our peace. The thoughts and meditations in this book are an invitation to know how to receive this visitor whenever he happens to arrive.  
  • The Cry

    Chiara Lubich
    Written as a love song to Jesus dying forsaken on the cross, this book explores the depths of what Jesus suffered and achieved. Rooted in experience, it shows how the development of the Focolare Movement displays the fruits of a relationship with the forsaken Jesus.  
  • The Joy of All Creation

    A. M. Allchin
    This book studies an often neglected strand of Anglican theological thought, but one which will speak to Christians of all traditions. It shows how issues to do with Mary and her place in salvation history are highly relevant to contemporary concerns.
  • Christmas Joy

    Chiara Lubich
    This beautifully presented book with its gold-embossed cover and pen and ink illustrations gives the reader a very rich vision of the mystery of Christmas. The writings both challenge and entice – through them the wonder of contemplation becomes a joyful invitation to action.
  • Wonderfully grasping Thérèse’s ‘little way’, John Nelson shows, profoundly yet simply, how holiness is possible for everyone. Through other classic spiritual texts he provides for Thérèse a perceptive, beautiful setting.  
  • The Secret of Unity

    Chiara Lubich
    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.
  • The Living Presence

    Chiara Lubich
    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.
  • The lectionary readings for the entire Christmas season come alive through the stories and reflections of popular author Megan McKenna. Her words show us how we can centre our lives on bringing justice and peace into the world while we wait for Jesus, the Son of God, to come among us.
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