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  • The Roots of Christian Mysticism

    Olivier Clement
    Clément’s masterly exposition of the mysticism of the Fathers, already regarded as a modern classic, is now in its third edition. “There are some books so good that all one wants to say is: ‘Go out, buy it and read it – it is marvellous’. So it is with this fine translation.” Andrew Louth, Fairacres Chronicle
  • Koinonia

    Fabio Ciardi
    This is a book of great scholarship, one that will inspire and enlighten in equal measures. It speaks specifically to religious, but its pages have much to offer anyone seriously interested in the spiritual life.
  • Mary – Flower of Humanity

    Chiara Lubich
    In Chiara Lubich’s understanding, Mary is ‘the flower of humanity’ who through her ‘Yes’ at the Annunciation, gave Jesus physically to the world; and all of us are called to become little Marys’ generating the presence of Jesus spiritually by living out Jesus’ promise: ‘Where two or three are united in my name, I am there among them’ (Mt. 18: 20).
  • Essential Sermons

    Saint Augustine
    From Augustine's finest preaching, Fr. Doyle has selected over 70 sermons that represent a wide range of subjects, including God, Christ, sin, grace, conversion, martyrdom, sacraments, marriage, wealth, poverty, Christmas, Easter, and living the Christian life.
  • Commentaries on Psalms 1 to 32 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. Translation and notes by Maria Boulding, OSB, introduction by Michael Fiedrowicz, John E. Rotelle, OSA, editor. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
  • Gospel Joy

    Dennis J. Billy
    This book examines the central elements of Pope Francis’ vision of the Church as it sets out to preach the gospel to people of every nation and every walk of life.
  • Commentaries on Psalms 1 to 32 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Augustine’s interpretation of the psalms aims to transform the songs of the old covenant into a “new song” (canticum novum). Exp. Ps 32,II,s.1,8.
  • The Trinity – Pt1/5 (PB)

    Saint Augustine
    In this classic work Augustine is engaged in a personal quest; he is ‘looking for God’, and of course inviting his readers to join him in the search. VIEW IN HARDBACK EDITION
  • Essential Writings

    Chiara Lubich
    This book presents the most important writings of Chiara Lubich, founder of the world wide Focolare Movement, whose spirituality of unity is a great gift to the Church and to the world of today. Introduction by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury    
  • They Looked at God

    Judith Lang
    This book looks at Jesus Christ in the light of the prophets. It brings the prophets alive, seeing them and hearing their voices in the context of their own day. Exploring the close links between them and Jesus, then, it gives us a new and fascinating understanding of Jesus, the man-God from Nazareth.
  • You Are Peter

    Olivier Clement
    In his encyclical Ut unum sint, Pope John Paul II expressed a desire for common reflection on the exercise of papal primacy. In You Are Peter Olivier Clément gives us a fascinating and brilliant response to this request.
  • The Marian Profile

    Brendan Leahy
    At the dawn of the new millennium we notice with joy the emergence of the ‘Marian profile’ of the Church that summarizes the deepest contents of the conciliar renewal.
  • An A to Z of Lourdes

    Nino Bucca
    This little encyclopaedia will help Lourdes to leave a deep and lasting impact on its many visitors.
  • Lourdes for Today and Tomorrow

    Jacques Perrier
    The Bishop of Lourdes offers his vision for the mission of the Shrine of Lourdes both now and in the years to come. It shows Lourdes to be much more than a place of Roman Catholic piety.  
  • The Open Family

    G. Nardin
    The Open Family is about a vision, the vision of the early church. It is a vision that speaks to the struggles of today’s world where society and the family are deeply challenged.
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