BIRGITTA OF SWEDEN: Life and Selected Revelations Like Joan of Arc, St. Birgitta experienced a repeated and insistent call to re-awaken the Church's attention to the essential things of God. Edited with an introduction and notes in the Classics of Western Spirituality Series. £12.95 NEWMAN THE THEOLOGIAN Ian Ker John Henry Newman has been described as both the father of modern Anglicanism and of the modern Roman Catholic Church. This study book is composed of key passages from Newman's theological writings linked by a commentary. £7.95 JEAN VANIER AND L'ARCHE Kathryn Spink In 1964 Jean Vanier began L'Arche, a special form of community where people who are often rejected can develop their potential to the MI. Kathryn Spink traces the growth of the movement, and the life and thought of Jean Vanier himself. £8.95 THE LORD'S SONG Jim Thompson The psalms are a springboard for prayer, meditation and worship. Jim Thompson shows what the psalms, with their Old Testament rural setting, mean to him, a twentieth century city dweller. £3.99 CANUTE'S TOWER: St. Beuno's Paul Edwards From its foundation in 1848 as a Jesuit training house, St. Beuno's has played a unique role in the development of Catholicism in England. This book takes its tide from St. Beuno's tower which the author sees as a metaphor for the house's unswerving devotion to the message of Ignatius. £5.95 A TREASURY OF BIBLE PICTURES Ed. Caroline Masunt &. Pat Alexander 300 photographs arranged to highlight the major biblical sites and archaeological discoveries, period by period from the time of Abraham to the Church in the first century A.D. The book provides a pictorial reference of rich and varied visual appeal. £10.99 THE FOOLISHNESS OF GOD John Austin Baker What kind of God can we believe in, knowing what we know now? John Austin Baker shows that belief in God is not a philosophical theory, but is a moral choice, and out of our own involvement in life we discover the only kind of God there might be. Recently reprinted. £9.95 ONCE UPON OUR WORLD Robert Duncan A bedtime book of Bible stories for children. Stories selected from the Old and New Testaments are told in the modern idiom and illustrated with sketches. £1.95 Morpeth Terrace, Victoria, London SW1 1E11. Tel: 071-828-5582
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Organisations: Roman Catholic Church
People: Caroline Masunt, Kathryn Spink, Pat Alexander, John Austin Baker, Paul Edwards, JEAN VANIER, Robert Duncan, Jim Thompson
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Keywords: Christianity, French Quebecers, L'arche, Jean Vanier, Religion, Beuno, Psalms, Bridget Of Sweden, John Henry Newman, Religion / Belief
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