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Bread That is Broken
Fr. Wilfrid Stinissen, O.C.D.

This book shows how the Eucharist is not only seen as the great Sacrament that brings about our oneness with Christ, and with the faithful, but also how the Eucharist is the foundational norm for all our actions.  Fr. Stinissen says that since Christ comes to us in the Eucharist and unites himself with us through the form of broken bread, we must become like hi, a sacrificing, serving people.

978 1 62164 317 3   120 pages  £10.99

Contemplative Enigmas
Insights and Aid on the Path to Deeper Prayer
Fr. Donald Haggerty

Throughout this book, the writing invites the reader to ponder the subject of spiritual darkness and perplexity and simple struggle in the spiritual life always in the light of the loving hand of God drawing the soul into a greater surrender to himself. The work offers a unique aid and stimulus in the quest for a deeper spirituality.

978 1 62164 343 2  260 pages  £14.99

Eight Popes and the Crisis of Modernity
Russell Shaw

Insightful profiles of the eight Popes of the 20th century with a special focus on their efforts to defend the dignity and rights of the human person. This book offers a distinctive, illuminating interpretation of recent world events viewed through the lens of the papacy.

978 1 62164 340 1  150 pages  £12.99

Henri de Lubac and the Shaping
of Modern Theology
A Reader
David Grumett

A major critical anthology of the great French Jesuit theologian who had a huge impact on shaping modern theology. For the first time his most important texts on many different topics have been combined into one volume.

978 1 62164 342 5   431 pages  £19.99

My Uncle Fulton Sheen
Joan Sheen Cunningham and Janel Rodriguez

In this memoir, Joan describes many formative experiences she had with Fulton Sheen - from shopping for a winter coat to meeting Al Smith, the governor of New York. She fondly recollects how her uncle guided her courtship, helped her and her new husband find an apartment, and baptised their children and grandchildren.

978 1 58617 820 8  144 pages  £12.99

Becoming an Image of Christ Every Day of the Year
Dawn Marie Beutner

A wonderful collection of Catholic saints arranged for every day of the year
. By reading about the lives of the saints each day, we can learn how to apply their life lessons to our own daily challenges. By praying daily for their help and wisdom - and point ourselves toward Heaven, where we hope to spend eternity with God.

978 1 62164 341 8  450 pages  £23.50

The Scandal of the Scandals
The Secret History of Christianity
Manfred Lütz

A well-written, fascinating journey through Christian history that tells of the great challenges, sufferings, and victories of the disciples of Christ.
This book separates myth from fact, giving us a picture of Christendom in all her surprising holiness and beauty. Prepare to be amazed at how little you really know about Christianity.

978 1 62164 261 9  300 pages  £15.50

See No Evil
A Father Gabriel Mystery
Fiorella De Maria

The detective priest finds himself the reluctant guest at a wealthy family’s Christmas party where the following morning another guest is found dead apparently victim of an unfortunate accident. This mystery focuses on the issue of indirect involvement in immoral behaviour, particularly the sale of property stolen from victims of the Nazis and the difficulties faced by witnesses to Nazi crimes in the years following the war.

978 1 62164 349 4  225 pages  £13.99

Signs of New Life
Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI)

Beautiful insights and meditations on the Seven Sacraments of the Church by the great theologian. This book is intended to help us grasp more profoundly the essence of the Church and to aid us in celebrating and proclaiming the Sacraments as that which they truly are: signs of the new life in Christ.

978 1 62164 297 8  125 pages  £12.50

The Theologian’s Enterprise
A Very Short Introduction
Aidan Nichols, OP

This book offers comprehensive counsel to those setting out in the study of their faith, perhaps for the first time, with solid advice on the habits mind theology requires. The text seeks to combine profundity with brevity. It would be difficult to find a more concise guide to any language.

9781 62164 303 6  103 pages  £12.50

What Every Catholic Should Know
Dr Elizabeth Klein

A starting point for understanding what Christians mean when they say “God,” and to whom they are referring when they use this name.  Part of the What Every Catholic Should Know series, it addresses three major concepts - the nature of God, the Trinity, and the Incarnation - so that we may strengthen our faith and our ability to communicate it to others.

978 1 73385 988 2   148 pages   £13.99

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