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
Jesus made sick people well, he made food for thousands, cared for the lonely and the needy. He was like no one else, and the people believed the Promised One – God-on-earth – had arrived. But others were not so sure.
This powerful prayer book based on the traditional spiritual practice of lectio divina (sacred reading), will engage and inspire you with the church’s daily scripture readings from Ash Wednesday through to Easter Sunday. Read More
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
Especially compiled for the Year of Faith, this booklet contains prayers, devotions and reflections, including prayers to the Most Holy Trinity, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the saints, personal petitions, novenas and more. Read More
In this brief document, rich with themes and ideas, Pope Benedict XVI explains his reasons for proclaiming a Year of Faith – to run from October 2012 up to the Feast of Christ the King in 2013 – and how he intends to bring the faithful to a renewed proclamation of the Christian creed. Read More
Fifty years after they were first written, the Constitutions of the Second Vatican Council continue to have a profound meaning for the Church, showing how her timeless teaching can be lived and applied in the modern world. Read More
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