As we approach the Year of Consecrated Life, this book examines the Benedictines, the Augustinians, the Cistercians, the Carthusians, the Dominicans, the Franciscans and the Carmelites, looking at the origins of each religious Order, their distinctive charisms, and the saints they have inspired. Read More
"What well-known statue has 70 changes of clothes?" Colours? Numbers? Movies? Quiz questions with a Catholic link compiled by well-known writer and Catholic convert Leo Madigan. Test your knowledge! Perfect for Parish quiz nights! Answers are included! Read More
In this remarkable book Maria Boulding, Benedictine nun of Stanbrook Abbey, scholar and bestselling author, recounts her experience of the risen Christ whilst enduring terminal illness and how she returned to core Christian beliefs and experienced them to be true. Read More
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
Lord David Alton of Liverpool turns the focus onto countries where Christians are clinging to their faith in the face of discrimination, persecution, violence and even death – including Pakistan, Vietnam, Iraq, Sudan, Egypt and India. Read More
Catholic writer Joanna Bogle guides us through the cultural and historical traditions surrounding Lent and Easter, with craft projects, recipes and wonderful stories, to share with children, god-children and others. Read More
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