“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 rich anthology of Newman's writing on Mary, we are invited to join in the spiritual journey and personal devotion of perhaps the greatest churchman of the last two hundred years in the English-speaking world. Drawn from a full range of his work, expertly and deftly brought together, it creates a deeply devotional volume of readings on Our Lady. Read More
Cardinal Newman’s renowned poem describes the death of an old man and the journey of his soul to the judgment seat of God. First published in 1865, it quickly became a best-seller. In an insightful preface, Fr Benedict Groeshel explains the relevance of the work for today. Read More
Discover John Henry Newman’s early life, where he was born and where he grew up.
“For Londoners and visitors alike, discovering Newman’s London can bring the story of this great man’s life into focus. It is a wonderful way of exploring the message that he has for us today.”
Cardinal Vincent Nichols – Archbishop of Westminster. Read More
Each section begins with a Bible quote which is followed by a short reflection, rounded off with questions or suggestions for the reader to ponder and finishes with a brief concluding prayer. Each of the 40 meditative pieces in this collection is positive, encouraging and thought-provoking. Read More
Take a break and enjoy colouring in the 50 artworks in this book and meditate on the encouraging Bible verses. Each sheet is detachable so you can display, and even frame, when finished. On the back is a thick board to lean on for ease of colouring. Read More
Each daily section invites you to take a drinks break, relax your shoulders, and reconnect with God. Read, pray and think. It only takes a few minutes, then you’ll return to your tasks refreshed and renewed. Drink your drink, and drink up what God has to communicate to you. Read More
Press out the stable, characters and props from the eight board pages in this book and help your child recreate the Nativity scene. Then go on to read The Nativity Story, playing the games and doing the puzzles, like dot-to-dot and spot-the-difference, set out on the pages. With over 100 stickers to use, this Make and Play book is a 'must' to inform and amuse children at Christmas. Helps stimulate imaginative play and hand-eye co-ordination.
Stable assembly instructions included.
Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts – choking hazard. Read More
A beautiful board book with felt front cover containing a collection of well-known Bible stories. Each story is retold in simple rhyming text and accompanied by illustrations of hand-stitched characters. This sweet collection is the perfect way to introduce young children to God's word. Read More
The Christmas story has been an inspiration to artists down through the ages. In her reflections on this beautiful selection of masterpieces from a range of artists, Sr Wendy Beckett guides us through the feasts and themes of Advent and Christmas. By exploring the insights of these great works of art, Sr Wendy leads us to a deeper appreciation of this joyful yet challenging season, and stimulates us to consider its meaning in our lives. Read More
In Advent Joy the Christmas pilgrim focuses on the wonder of the Nativity and the mystery of the Incarnation by pausing each day in Advent to consider a stage of our salvation history. What most commonly arises from this contemplation concerns the history of the world and our place within it, and is expressed in questioning prayer to the Heavenly Father.
By Julien Chilcott-Monk. Read More
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