“Through a contemporary and vividly imaginative re-telling of the story of St Nicholas, this most charming and delightful book draws out those core values of love, forgiveness and hope that lie at the very heart of the Christian Gospel. 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
Every child knows of the reason for celebration at Christmas, but do they know why we celebrate Pentecost or All Saints’ Day? Why do we dye Easter Eggs? Starting with Advent, there are child-friendly facts, explanatory illustrations, and creative suggestions on how to celebrate these special times of the year. Read More
Set in Foye (Fowey in Cornwall), this utterly charming rhyming story – ideal to read aloud – tells the tale of two children and their dog attending Midnight Mass who are transported by an angel to the stable at Bethlehem. Read More
Reading this book is like listening in on an intimate chat with a friend – only the other friend is God! In it, Catholic comedian and broadcaster, Frank Skinner muses on Hell, Judgement, Atheism, Money, Faith and even the X-Men. Read More
Pope Francis brings his practical wisdom and insights to bear on many aspects of family life today: parents, children, grandparents, male, female, engaged, education, illness, poverty, death and suffering. Read More
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