This Flexi-bound Bible in two-tone leatherette with decorative stitching, a smart gold blocked and heat burnished dove/flame design, gilt edges and red and gold ribbons. A great gift for young people receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. Its compact size and familiar scriptural translation used in the readings at Mass make this a Bible that will be cherished on Confirmation day and beyond. Read More
A handbook for Catechists' covers the essential skills, knowledge and understanding you need to become an inspiring and effective catechist. Each chapter includes a broad look at some important dimensions of the vocation, including what catechesis is, its purpose and how catechesis helps the faithful to live a life of discipleship – following in the footsteps of Christ. It features an invaluable collection of catechetical tips, techniques, methodologies, and advice.
The various reflection questions will help the reader to prayerfully reflect upon what they have learnt and to integrate the lessons into their own teaching sessions.
Simple prayers and appealing illustrations make this a delight to give on the occasion or anniversary of a baptism or christening. A selection of modern and traditional blessings touch on the values that a grown-up wishes for a newly baptized child: love; joy; peace; patience; kindness; goodness; faithfulness; gentleness; self-control. The book includes a dedication page to record the date of the baptism, the name of the child, and the godparents.
St John's Gospel is a completely new, contemporary English translation of John's Gospel based on the original Greek. Historically John's Gospel has arguably been the most compelling and influential of the four gospels. Read More
Pope Francis invites us to make the journey with him through the liturgical feasts and seasons in Lent and Easter, moving from repentance to forgiveness and new life which allow us to proclaim the Gospel with joy to the whole world. Read More
A delightful and engaging book containing eight favourite Bible stories, with colourful pictures, to share and explain their meanings with your young children. Stories include: The Good Shepherd, The Loving Father, The Kind Stranger, The Two Builders, The Farmer and His Seeds, The Three Servants, The King’s Party, and The Foolish Farmer.
Age 3+ years Read More
Ecumenism of Blood by Fr Hugh Somerville Knapman,OSB is dedicated to the twenty Coptic martyrs and one Muslim Ghanaian murdered on a Libyan beach in February 2015. Many who saw the highly choreographed, yet grotesque ritual of these murders, filmed by Daesh for propaganda, were struck by the calm witness of these men as they mouthed the name of Jesus before their death. This book asks whether the blood of martyrdom for Christ reconciles non-Catholics to the Church, even those from communities outside the apostolic succession. Read More
What are the most important social, political and religious challenges facing our world today? How might a better understanding of those challenges help us to tackle them more effectively? And what are the basic moral principles that will inspire more people to come together and work together for the common good? Read More
Can Catholic teaching provide answers relevant to your life today? In this book you will find 200 daring questions from young people about God, faith, Church history, the sacraments, prayer and morality. Read More
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