Daily reflections from Pope Francis
Daily Bible readings from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday
A 32 page colouring book based on the story of Easter.
Join the colouring craze, add a splash of colour to the story of Easter with these beautiful & intricate black & white line drawings.
Activities & Reflections for all the Family. By Kathleen M Basi
by Jane Butcher – thirty family moments to explore faith in the home, and to have lots of fun together in the process!
A book of activities for children, Lenten calendar included.
A sticker booklet of ways to Praise for 40 days.
Daring to be Loved. By David Wells.
by Marcellino D’Ambrosio
Ideas, activities & devotions.
by Cardinal John Henry Newman.
Daily readings for Lent and Easter by Nigel G Wright.
A book to bring hope and courage to
all those who suffer in the wilderness by Katherine Smith.
a companion’s guide by Denis McBride.
Sr Wendy Beckett guides us around a selection of Panels from the Maesta altarpiece.
A biography story of why the cardinal electors of the Church set aside political and diplomatic calculations to elect a Pope to lead the renewal and purification of the worldwide Church of our time.
Encouragement and daily Prayer.
Lent & Easter from St Augustine. Sr Agnes Cunningham
brings Christians closer to Jesus with excerpts from writings of St Augustine.
Stations of the Cross by St Alphonsus.
Traditional Stations of the Cross. Booklet
Music for Lent, Holy week & Easter (2 discs) by M. Rizza & K. Duke. Thirty-five pieces chosen to enhance your prayers at this time of the year.
Stations of the Cross Then & Now (3 discs) by Fr Denis McBride & broadcaster Julie Etchingham contains the full text of the book & is accompanied by an illustrated booklet.
It is a series of reflections on the love of God the Father and the nature of prayer. It came out of a time when Simon Jones, the author, was leading and working in a Christian retreat centre called 'The Urban Retreat' in Watford. The book has also come out of a journey of going off and taking retreats and time out with God to reflect on his love.
A new look at the life of St. Rita: as wife, mother and widow, by Patricia Gough, wife, mother and widow.