In an era of Catholic persecution, Lancashire-born priest Saint John Southworth courageously endured repeated imprisonment and ultimately martydom for his priestly ministry and his devotion to Catholic plague victims in Westminster. Read More
A signature of the pontificate of Pope Francis, the theme of mercy is rooted in the message of Jesus, who tied our salvation to the treatment of the least of our brothers and sisters: "I was hungry and you fed me… Imprisoned and you visited me...." In reflections drawn from his writings and preaching, Pope Francis treats the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, opening for each a window on a larger theme. For instance, under “welcoming the stranger,” Pope Francis reflects on the plight of refugees and immigrants. Read More
Every autumn people from all across Scotland and beyond gather in St Patrick's Church in Edinburgh for the pilgrimage to Venerable Margaret Sinclair's tomb. Follow the story of this ordinary girl who was extraordinary in her pursuit of holiness. From her upbringing in the slums in Cowgate Edinburgh and to her final days in the convent of the Poor Clare. Read More
St Mark the Evangelist, the work of love and dedication of Serena Fass, is an exquisitely illustrated record that brings to life the rich history, witness and ministry of Saint Mark and the Coptic Church. Foreword by His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos and Introduction by John Julius Norwich. Read More
Some of Sr. Joyce Rupp’s most perennially popular books have been collections of her original prayers, blessings, poems, and reflections. In Prayer Seeds, the bestselling author and retreat leader offers almost a hundred newnever-before-published prayers covering a variety of themes including the feasts and seasons of the liturgical year, compassion, ministry, difficult times, and importantevents. All suitable for personal or group prayer, with five pages for your own notes. Read More
This book is the ideal pilgrim guide to Fatima especially in this centenary year 2017, in which the author tells the story of Fatima, describes the events and summarises the messages of Our Lady.
The African saints that Catholics are most likely to have heard of – even if they don’t know much about them – lived a very long time ago, and often in parts of Africa which are no longer Christian. Read More
The party is in full swing but then the wine runs out! This charming, beautifully illustrated book by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen tells the story of the miracle at the wedding in Cana … from the cat’s perspective. Read More
For the first time under one cover, we are delighted to present Nicholas King’s complete translation of his Study Bible. His translation is from the Greek, with the aim of keeping as close to the original as possible, complete with grammatical inaccuracies and idiomatic peculiarities. Read More
John Bradburne, a pilgrim a hermit and an extraordinary man. After many years of travelling he found what God had intended for him to do and lived alongside the lepers in Mtemwa, Zimbabwe. He helped to set a peaceful and loving community until his tragic death in 1979. Since his martyrdom his life story has spread around the world. Read More
Christianity has been firmly established in Iraq for nearly two thousand years. But from the fourth century to the present day Christians in Iraq have faced periods of terrible persecution. This book brings together their stories, from the witness of martyrs sixteen hundred years ago, across the centuries, to our own time. In the twenty-first century Iraqi Christians have been confronted by relentless terrorist attack, by genocide and exile from their homeland. Read More
Who was St Patrick? In reading the Confessio and the Letter to Coroticus and His Soldiers, the hope that more people can get to meet St Patrick the man, and discover his relevance for the twenty-first century. Read More
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