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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.’
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 (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
  • 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  
  • On Human Being

    Olivier Clement
    £8.50
    In this book of spiritual anthropology, the author of the much-acclaimed The Roots of Christian Mysticism shares his reflections on human nature, its challenges, problems, joys and fulfilment. The result is a treasure that will appeal to all those looking for a deeper meaning of what it is to be human.
  • 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.
  • Sister Earth

    D. Helder Camara
    £5.95
    This book is a challenge to all to take up their own place in the world and to enter, with humility, into the school of God and the School of the Universe.
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