Daily reflections from Pope Francis
Daily Bible readings from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday
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.
David´s stories are lively and often very funny, about uncomfortable situations where it turned out that God was waiting for him; and they invite the reader to respond however the will.
This book will make you laugh, cry and think about life and faith. Who could ask for more?
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.
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.