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  • 5 Steps to Facing Suffering

    Geraldine Guadagno
    £4.00
    These five insights about suffering will help you consider the value of suffering in a new light.
  • Tom Rowley shares telling insights with examples to help parents in their role of bringing up children. He explores concepts in the family such as loving one another, making little things count, realizing that suffering has value, reaching out to one another, and learning from one another. His thoughts, intuitions, and experiences unfold in a way that feel like a conversation around the kitchen table.
  • Callan Slipper offers five ways for Christians to approach one another on the path toward unity.
  • A Dialogue of Life

    Francisco Canzani, Silvina Chemen
    £12.00
    This is a book about interreligious dialogue between Jews and Christians, but it is so much more. Truly, it is a dialogue for life, full of wisdom and experience that benefits readers in every aspect of life.
  • A Star Over Bethlehem

    Ann Finch
    £7.50
    This beautiful anthology of stories, poems and prose, both ancient and modern, is a veritable treasure chest for anyone wishing to reflect on the meaning of Christmas and the events surrounding it.  
  • Basil Howe – A Story of Young Love (HB)

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton
    £12.95
    Painstakingly reconstructed from hundreds of scraps of paper, Basil Howe eventually emerged as a novel which written by G.K. Chesterton when he was only 20. In fact, it was his first book, although it lay unpublished for more than a century. Now you can read what was in the mind of the man who was to become such a great literary figure of the 20th century. VIEW IN PAPERBACK EDITION  
  • Basil Howe – A Story of Young Love (PB)

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton
    £8.50
    Painstakingly reconstructed from hundreds of scraps of paper, Basil Howe eventually emerged as a novel which written by G.K. Chesterton when he was only 20. In fact, it was his first book, although it lay unpublished for more than a century. Now you can read what was in the mind of the man who was to become such a great literary figure of the 20th century. VIEW IN HARDBACK EDITION
  • Becoming Community

    Karl A. Schultz
    £9.95
    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.
  • Blind Spot

    Dorothy Garrity Ranaghan
    £8.95
    Blind Spot is a remarkable book – well-written and totally engaging. I thought I’d already given ample thought to the teaching of the Church on war and violence. But, Ranaghan tackles this complex subject in a straightforward and thought-provoking way which brought me face to face with my superficial understanding of war and Christian identity.’
  • Building Bridges

    Cardinal Francis Arinze
    £9.95
    Today, more and more people of different religions have the chance to meet. How should they interact with each other in order to foster mutual understanding and respect? What problems might this new world of dialogue create? Will it lead to compromising one’s faith? Cardinal Francis Arinze answers these and many other timely questions in this engaging and enlightening interview.
  • Catholic Social Teaching

    Theodor Herr
    £12.50
    This book deals with all the essentials of Catholic social teaching in a concise way, but without oversimplification.
  • Charles de Foucauld

    Little Sister Annie of Jesus
    £7.50
    In this fascinating biography of Charles de Foucauld, Little Sister Annie presents Charles as what he was: a man who was converted from a wayward lifestyle to a heroic follower of Jesus.
  • The New York Times called Chiara Lubich ‘one of the most influential women in the Catholic Church’. This biography transports readers inside the story of a young woman, born to a poor family in Trent, who felt called to dedicate her life to God.
  • Chiara Lubich – Prophet of Unity

    Maurizio Gentilini
    £17.00
    This biography aims at presenting  Chiara Lubich's life and work from a ‘historical’ perspective, offering the reader a rich and well-documented development of facts, situations and experiences.
  • Chiara Luce (2nd ed)

    Michele Zanzucchi
    £4.95
    Chiara Luce, a girl full of vitality, but, suddenly, she fell gravely ill. And, strangely, moment by moment, a new life full of light began to unfold for her. She was eighteen when she died, yet she had lived to the full. On 25 September 2010, Chiara Luce was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI and is now known as ‘Blessed Chiara Badano’.
  • Creating Communion

    John J. Markey
    £12.50
    A fresh and refreshing look at the meaning of “communion” in the documents of the Second Vatican Council. John Markey has laid out a bold and insightful theological vision of the Church that will help guide us.
  • Crumbs for the Journey

    Peter S Paine
    £7.50
    These brief extracts chosen by Peter Paine, which have fed him on the journey of his life and sustained him in his Christian ministry, will also inspire the reader to find deeper purpose and meaning in their own life.
  • Diary 1964-65

    Chiara Lubich
    £4.50
    Written in the form of a diary, this book is a collection of the thoughts and reflections of Chiara Lubich during trips to North and South America, and Africa.
  • Diary of Fire

    Igino Giordani
    £5.00
    The author began life as a bricklayer, became a war hero, worked as a journalist against Fascism. His diary begins in WWII with his burning desire to love God and a conviction that married life is a way to sanctity.  
  • Leahy presents the movements as examples of the Church’s charismatic dimension, a principle which Pope John Paul II described as ‘co-essential’ with the hierarchical-institutional dimension.
  • Education’s Highest Aim

    Amy Uelmen, Michael James, Thomas Masters
    £9.95
    Education's Highest Aim will be valuable for anyone interested in understanding and improving education — teachers'; groups; school administrators; university courses in curriculum, instruction, or educational foundations; parents' organizations; developers of public policy.
  • Enriched by the Other

    Callan Slipper
    £3.95
    This insightful guide explores Receptive Ecumenism, a discipline of mutual listening, learning and understanding that encourages deeper unity between denominations.
  • The contributors to this book write from a faith perspective but respectful of the place and role of science, both historically and today.
  • Faithful Witness

    Michel Sabbah
    £17.50
    Second Edition. The question of peace in the Holy Land is key to the whole problem of relationships between the West and Islam. In this profound text, Patriarch Michel Sabbah reflects on his first-hand experience of the situation and offers his thoughts on a way towards peace and reconciliation.  
  • The book brings us full circle in accounting for most of the scholarship on Giles of Viterbo during these some thirty years.
  • Gifts from Heaven

    Mary Hartmann, Tom Hartmann
    £8.95
    Those attracted by the way God’s Providence works in the daily lives of real people will find Tom and Mary Hartmann’s reflections to be priceless pearls of wisdom. They describe how God’s Providence has consistently pushed to reconsider what it means to truly believe in God’s love in both the trials and joys of family life. Professionals in the field of family life (psychologists, social workers, doctors, nurses, spiritual directors, and pastors) will find this book and its discussion questions an invaluable faith-based resource.
  • Glimpses of Gospel Life

    Doriana Zamboni
    £7.50
    Jesus promised the hundredfold in this life to those who love God. This little book contains a selection from the many thousands of experiences of that hundredfold in the lives of ordinary people who live the Focolare spirituality.
  • Going to God Together

    Brendan Leahy
    £7.95
    Brendan Leahy offers reflections rooted in the Focolare’s communitarian spirituality which stresses undertaking the Christian journey together and the mutual sharing of what happens when we try to put the words of the Gospel into daily practice.
  • Gospel in Action

    Gary Brandl, Thomas Ess
    £8.95
    Gospel in Action helps to bridge the gap that so often exists between the Gospel message and our daily lives. By providing short and compelling personal stories we see what it looks like when the Gospel is applied to real life and lived out.
  • We are taken through the different stages in the spiritual life from the initial choice of God to the various trials which lead us into a deeper union with him.
  • Gym for the Soul

    Jim Deeds
    £5.95
    Gym for the Soul is a book of poetry inspired by the quest to find God in the everyday nuts and bolts of life’s experiences. The title refers to workout, something we can do each day – a spiritual workout – if only we keep our eyes and ears open for God among us.
  • This little book offers many practical suggestions for implementing and strengthening spiritual ecumenism, the heart of all efforts to re-unite divided Christians. It is an invaluable aid for anyone interested in or committed to the restoration of Christian unity.
  • 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.
  • In a New Light

    Ron Austin
    £8.95
    Explores a spiritual foundation for creative film work and seeks ways to find common ground on which to build creative relationships. Austin’s inside look will prove fascinating not only to students and practitioners of the media arts but to anyone interested in this aspect of popular culture.
  • Instructing Beginners in Faith

    Saint Augustine
    £10.95
    This classic exposition of the Christian faith has been frequently and creatively adapted to serve the needs of education in faith in many different contexts. Augustine’s understanding of the problems faced by religious educators demonstrates his profound grasp of the human condition.
  • Irene the Elephant

    Geraldine Guadagno
    £6.50
    Irene the elephant is a beautiful, evocative story for children about an oversized elephant who quite simply does not like herself. It's a great awakening at any age to feel that you are loved beyond measure...
  • Journey to the Light

    Ann Finch
    £6.95
    This anthology offers special insights into the sufferings and joys we meet as we grow in maturity, whether as a result of passing years or of spiritual experience. The contributors range from Teresa of Avila to Mother Teresa, from Julian of Norwich to Teilhard de Chardin.
  • Lethal Justice

    Joy Elder
    £8.95
    This is the moving, true story of Lesley Gosch, sent to death row in Texas after being accused, questionably, of murder. It is based on the exchange of letters between him and the author, a Welsh nun, who also visited him.
  • Like the Sunshine

    Susan Gately
    £8.95
    Lieta (Blanca) Betoño (1951-2002) is considered a pioneer of the Focolare Movement in Ireland. As a twenty year old, she wrote ‘I only want to give joy to others’ – a quality confirmed by the name by which she then became known – Lieta – meaning happy or joyful.
  • Living Dialogue

    Chiara Lubich
    £8.95
    This little book offers a refreshing approach to Christian unity based on Chiara Lubich’s spirituality of communion. It contains her addresses to the World Council of Churches and at various ecumenical events. 
  • Living Together

    Andrea Riccardi
    £8.95
    In a world torn apart by conflict, the author, himself an experienced peace-maker, proposes some ways ahead in the complex world of international relations.  
  • Love in Christianity and Islam

    Mahnaz Heydarpoor
    £5.95
    At this critical moment of history when believers are often stereotyped as fanatics by the media, the author takes us back to what is essential in both Christianity and Islam: love.  
  • Richard Deats’ analysis of Gandhi’s search for God and the value of nonviolence is very readable and insightful. Gandhi always believed one cannot find God without first understanding and living a nonviolent lifestyle. This book shows us the way to higher thinking and higher living.
  • Making Peace

    Roberto Morozzo Della Rocca
    £13.95
    This book presents the fascinating story of Sant’Egidio’s activities for peace and reconciliation for the good of humanity. And their motivation: love of God and love of neighbour.  
  • Domenico Mangano lived his life in such a way as to communicate God's love to all who crossed his path.
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