The timeless role of Mary, Mother of God, in this great work of evangelisation is uncovered here. As in the early church, through to medieval and modern times, her presence today is clearly discernible in the New Evangelisation, made clear in the messages revealed through her recognised apparitions, as well as in the teaching of recent popes. Read More
These four 12 piece wooden jigsaws illustrate classic stories told in the New Testament after the birth of Jesus Christ. Stories in this series: The Nativity, The Good Samaritan, The Last Supper and The Sermon on the Mount. Ideal for young children. 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
In this inspiring series of reflections on episodes from the life of Jesus, art historian Sr Wendy Beckett challenges us to examine how Duccio’s representations offer us new meaning in our lives today, by guiding us around a selection of panels from the Maestà altarpiece. Duccio completed his great masterpiece for the high altar of Siena Cathedral in 1311. Read More
To celebrate the Cathedral’s Jubilee year, the Choir of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral has recorded a new CD of well-loved hymns and music that have been Cathedral favourites over the last 50 years. Read More
Pope Francis’ historic encyclical 'Laudato Si’ was not merely the first encyclical to address ecology and care for creation, it was the manifesto for a new humanism, an outline of the values and principles allowing us to live together in our common home. Drawing not only on that encyclical but on Pope Francis’ extensive writings, speeches, and homilies, Care for Creation lays out his comprehensive vision of integral ecology. Read More
Not sure what to buy! If so send this luxury gift envelope and enclose a personal gift. Complete with bow and a metal keepsake medal with a special blessing card inside. Greeting: This comes with a wish for much love and happiness on your special day. God bless you always. Read More
The Irish Penal Cross was unique to the Irish folk art of the 18th Century. During this era Catholic religious symbols and Priests were outlawed under the repressive Penal Laws. The Penal Cross was designed to be easily hidden within the Priests personal garments, such as inside the coat sleeve. The Cross has a number of symbols carved onto its surface.
15cm x 4.5cm (6" x 1¾") Read More
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