This Aid to the Church in Need classic presents key stories from the Bible to children aged six to nine. Around 51 million copies in more than 189 languages have been printed and distributed all over the world since the project was launched in 1979. You too can make more children happy! For each Child's Bible you buy, we are able to send out three more to the suffering Church around the world. Will you help spread the Good News? Learn more about our Child's Bible project at www.acnuk.org/childsbible Read More
“The Rosary – the sweet chain that links us once again to God.” So wrote Pope John Paul II, whose Mysteries of Light are included in this booklet. Also included are his comments on the Rosary as well as instructions on how to say the prayer. Read More
Cardinal Newman’s renowned poem describes the death of an old man and the journey of his soul to the judgment seat of God. First published in 1865, it quickly became a best-seller. In an insightful preface, Fr Benedict Groeshel explains the relevance of the work for today. Read More
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is arguably the single most significant, carefully-crafted account of the Christian faith. A Year with the Catechism offers an achievable method of reading the Catechism in one year. It includes reading references from the Catechism for each day and reflections on the text to aid understanding and to help readers find meaning in the passages. Read More
St Joseph is the father of the church and a wonderful person to turn to in times of trouble. Let the stories and prayers in this book help you open your heart to the care that Saint Joseph can provide such as; Family Issues; Employment; Divine Providence and Good Health. Read More
Each section begins with a Bible quote which is followed by a short reflection, rounded off with questions or suggestions for the reader to ponder and finishes with a brief concluding prayer. Each of the 40 meditative pieces in this collection is positive, encouraging and thought-provoking. Read More
This book explains the origins in the Gospel and the continuing value of the Consecrated life, ‘the most radical way of living on this earth’ (St John Paul II,) as a sign of God’s love to a world increasingly attached to material goods and personal freedom. By Sr Mary David Totah a Benedictine nun of St Cecilia's Abbey on the Isle of Wight. Read More
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