A new translations by Henry Chadwick.
In this new translation the brilliant and impassioned descriptions of Augustine's colourful early life are conveyed to the English reader with accuracy and art.
A new and luminescent translation of Confessions to make it accessible to young people.
Introduction to the conversion story of one of the Church's greatest saints
The “Diary” is one of the gems of mystical literature. Saint Faustina Kowalska wrote it in Vilnius and Cracow in 1934 – 1938 as Jesus had commanded her to do so directly.
Sister Agnes Cunningham brings Christians closer to Jesus with excerpts from the writings of St Augustine. Each writing is paired with a Scripture quotation, reflection, a prayer and a spiritual activity for the day. St Augustine is one of the most influential Fathers of the Church and in his search for truth, St Augustine's writings and ponderings tells a wonderful story of conversion, reminding us of our own daily conversions.
Life of the famous ‘poor man’ of Assisi and his Franciscan brothers.
Patron of Hopeless Cases
Prayers and devotions to one of the most famous and effective intercessors
Explaining the effects of devotion to St Joseph over the centuries, this booklet is a practical and simple way for people to foster a devotional spirit and can be used individually or in parish groups.
Life of the friend of St Francis of Assisi and founder of the Poor Clares
The great Carmelite saint and reformer, famous for his ‘Dark Night of the Soul’
Life and times of the great Spanish mystic and Carmelite reformer.
The life and writings of this Doctor of the Church
How he lived and worked to transform his parish.
Life of the famous “saint of Calcutta”
A beautiful new life of Carlo Acutis the IT enthusiast who died at just 15 years old but lived his life for Christ. Richly illustrated with photographs of Blessed Carlo and with a great selection of his sayings this is an ideal introduction to a wonderful life.
Perhaps the most famous modern saint, he received the stigmata, worked miracles and selflessly served in the confessional. One of the saints whose intercession is most called upon, often with amazing effect.
Classic biography of St Therese of Lisieux
Thérèse’s writings and counsels on trust and self-surrender tell how she overcame her weaknesses and learned to offer every part of life to Jesus, embracing his cross in the little things of daily life.
Augustine's Confessions Unpacked
The Saints Chronicles bring vividly to life the stories of courageous Christians from the earliest days of Christianity to modern times. All four volumes of this Graphic Novel Series are packed with engaging texts and dramatic images that captivate and inspire readers of all ages.
In this first volume, you’ll dive into the life of Christianity’s boldest heroes of the Faith, including:
St. Patrick, St. Jerome Emiliani, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, St. Henry Morse, St. Joan of Arc, St. Nicholas, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Brigid of Ireland, St. Pachomius, St. Anne Line, St. Antony of Padua, St. Ava, St. Samson, St. Bernadette, St. Charles Lwanga, St. Willibrord, St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Stanislaus, St. Rose of Lima, St. Dominic.
Saint Augustine of Hippo. Ignatius Critical Editions
The Autobiography of the Little Flower, St. Therese of Lisieux.
St Thérèse of Lisieux bore much suffering, from her mother’s death when she was young, to declining health and an untimely death. Despite her sufferings, St Thérèse continued to love Jesus in her “little way”. Lent and Easter Wisdom uses passages from St Thérèse’s classic autobiography, The Story of a Soul, to comfort and challenge you this Lenten season. As you meditate on her life, let her show you how to keep your faith even when you suffer.
Each daily reflection from Ash Wednesday through to the Second Sunday of Easter begins with thoughts from Pope John Paul II on some appropriate theme, supported by Scripture, a prayer and a suggested activity for spiritual growth.
Lent with Saint Teresa of Calcutta offers a short Scripture passage for each day, a brief meditation with a quote or story from the life of this remarkable woman, plus reflection questions and a short prayer to begin or end the day. Read alone or with a small group, this is a helpful resource for reflecting upon the mercy of God—and modeling the generous heart of this saint from Calcutta in our own lives.
Through these daily mediations, Scriptural readings, and spiritual exercises, we are able to follow two of the most influential figures in the Church’s history.
Fr Ivano Millico looks at the Covid pandemic through a prophetic lens enlisting the help of Saints who have lived through moments of great personal or societal crisis.
Mgr Vernon Johnson’s text on what Bernadette has to teach us about suffering has been expanded here by Donal Foley, particularly in the light of the teaching and experience of Pope St John Paul II and others.
Who are the Church Fathers? What can they teach us today? This collection of their wisest, most practical teachings and exhortations show us that they have much wisdom from which we can learn.
An engaging introduction to John Paul II’s revolutionary teaching on love, sexuality, and the meaning of our bodies.
Renowned Neman scholar Fr Ian Ker explores the life of John Henry Newman and examines his rich legacy, telling the complete story leading to his beatification in 2019.
A religious, moral and even political figure who towered above all others in the twentieth century, this biography describes what made St John Paul II into one of the longest serving and best loved Popes in history.
This booklet includes brief biographies of all the saints of the new General Roman Calendar celebrated by the universal Church and those of the national calendars of Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
Stopping with Mary at each of the fourteen locations that mark events in the final days of Jesus’s life, we share her sentiments and bear witness to her sorrow as she suffers alongside her son.
The devotion’s history is here explained and accompanied by a rich collection of appropriate prayers, litanies and novenas, for private and communal use.
Explaining the effects of devotion to the Sacred Heart over the centuries, the booklet is a practical and simple way for people to foster a devotional spirit and can be used individually or in parish groups.
A renowned classic summary of the ‘Little Way’ of St Thérèse Lisieux, powerfully revealing the relevance of the Gospel to everyday living.
This scriptural rosary is accompanied by meditations on the mysteries from the teachings of this truly Marian Pope. Includes indulgences for saying the Rosary & Marian prayers written by Pope Francis.