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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 In fact, it was his first book, although it lay unpublished for more than a century.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 In fact, it was his first book, although it lay unpublished for more than a century.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.
  • A very readable account of the life of an unassuming woman who has been the instrument to bring an exciting new spirituality into the world.
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