These well known devotions each have a fascinating origin and history, linked to apparitions of Jesus and Mary: the first to Margaret Mary Alacoque (1673–75) and the second to t
A new assessment of Celtic Christianity
These fascinating dreams involve prophecy and reading of hearts, with a powerful spiritual message.
Do you attend Mass out of love rather than obligation? Are you closer to God now than you were a year ago? Are you able to keep a consistent prayer life?
Glastonbury is the oldest Marian Shrine north of the Alps.
A Spiritual Road Map to Eternity
Jesus said, ‘The kingdom of God is like a treasure hidden in a field’. God of Surprises shows how we can find that treasure in the most unlikely of places – ourselves.
In a world which employs the most sacred terms with little reverence or appreciation God of the Exercises: A Director’s Diary-Directory during the Spiritual Exercises of Thirty
A Bible Study Guide for Catholics
If going to Mass and taking Communion has become just another routine for you, don't assume that indifference is an ordinary part of growing mature in the Faith.
This concise, informative pamphlet gives you the information you need to not just learn about prayer, but to learn how to pray!
The Rosary's rich simplicity has provided solace and courage in rocky times for centuries.
A Spiritual Reading Program for the Worst of Sinners, the Greatest of Saints, and Everyone in Between
From the Angelus to First Fridays, vigil candles to novenas, Catholic practice of time-honored Church traditions can be confusing.
Images have been used in Christian worship for over seventeen centuries, and few styles have withstood the test of time as well as the holy icon.
Preparation for apostolic life appears in the Constitutions of the Society of Jesus as an engaging and demanding experience.
This volume includes Ignatius' (1491-1556) complete Autobiography, complete Spiritual Exercises, selections from the Constitution of the Society of Jesus and some of Ignatius' n
In No Strange Land illuminates the richness of mysticism—in the life of Philip Neri — as an “experience of the activity of God.” The life of the Apostle of Rome demonstrates tha
These meditations and devotions have been selected by Ian Ker from the collection gathered together and published after Newman’s death by his secretary and friend William Nevill
John Henry Newman is recognized as one of the greatest Christian thinkers of the modern age. He was also a man of prayer and deep spirituality. A. N.
In this book Fr Denis has chosen to explore the character of Jonah – a somewhat unlikely hero.
A serious, theological treatise on the Four Last Things - Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell - but purposely written for the average reader.
Who does not long for a “sinless” world where nothing we do goes wrong, nothing we do has dire consequences for others, nothing we do need make us sorry?
How to have a stronger, happier marriage. These pages will give you what you need to make your marriage a source of profound happiness and lasting peace.