Many Christians throughout Eastern Europe and the Middle East – including in Ukraine – are members of Eastern Catholic Churches. For more than a century, popes have stressed the need for Roman Catholics to learn more about the Eastern Catholic Churches – a call that has been often repeated following Vatican II. This concise and readable book, by ACN's Dr John Newton, provides Roman Catholics with a much-needed introduction to their eastern brothers and sisters who are one with us in Faith. Read More
Who or what are angels, and what are we supposed to believe about them? Are they of relevance today? This little booklet explains the Church’s teaching and belief about angels, untangling many common misunderstandings. The angels of the Scriptures and of early Church writings, the hierarchy of angels, the place of Lucifer, and the feasts dedicated to angels are all set out here in the wider context of a pilgrim faith. Read More
Born into a working class family in Shrewsbury in 1820, she dedicated her life to the service of the poor, working in the slums of Manchester. She set up schools for children and homes for destitute mothers and helped refugees from the Irish potato famine. On 21 January 2021, Pope Francis declared Elizabeth Prout to be Venerable. Read More
Foreword by HRH The Prince Of Wales
From the earliest Christians to present-day believers, the cross of Our Lord Jesus has inspired the faithful to produce incredible art – in stone, paint, textiles, metal, and precious stones – and reflect on its power in their lives. Read More
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