This Aid to the Church in Need classic presents key stories from the Bible to children aged six to nine. Around 51 million copies in more than 189 languages have been printed and distributed all over the world since the project was launched in 1979. You too can make more children happy! For each Child's Bible you buy, we are able to send out three more to the suffering Church around the world. Will you help spread the Good News? Learn more about our Child's Bible project at www.acnuk.org/childsbible Read More
With a variety of classical and contemporary images and sizes to choose from you are sure to find something for all the family in this mixed pack of our Christmas cards.
Card designs, greetings and measurements vary. Read More
This image from the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, São Paulo, Brazil was painted by Eduardo Velasquez and presented by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Latin America in 2007. Greeting in this card reads: May you be blessed this Eastertide. With Biblical text: "I am the resurrection and the life" (John: 11:25) Read More
A detail from a very special Flight of the Holy Family, taken by ACN before a devastating fire swept through St George's Coptic Catholic Church, Luxor, Egypt. We feel compelled to include this image in our collection, to highlight the plight of churches and Christians in Egypt and the huge number of displaced Christians this Christmas. Read More
This delicate, yet striking Palm Cross and Daffodils image, designed exclusively for ACN, will bring joy to all those whom you send this Easter Blessing. Daffodils, know as 'Lent lilies', are said to represent love and friendship. Read More
“The Rosary – the sweet chain that links us once again to God.” So wrote Pope John Paul II, whose Mysteries of Light are included in this booklet. Also included are his comments on the Rosary as well as instructions on how to say the prayer. Read More
In this colourful card the infant Jesus reaches to greet the Three Kings, whilst in the background more followers are approaching to meet the new King. Joos Van Cleeve (c.1485-1541) Courtesy of Gianni Dagli Orti - The Art Archive. Read More
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