.1 he author takes the Ten Commandments as the guidelines for right behaviour and provides a commentary for their application today.
Practical Prayer by Derek Prime (Hodder & Stoughton £1.50) A reminder to us that we do not pray by our own strength hut with the help of the Holy Spirit, Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition by Jordan Aumarm (Shced & Ward £8.50) A history which introduces us to the origin and development of Christian spirituality and projects into our contemporary world the lives and teachings of those who have reached a high degree of sanctity through the ages.
Lord of Time by Frank Topping (Lutterworth Press £2,50) Drawn from Radio 2's Terry Wogan Programme, these meditative poems are a true source of inspiration.
God of A Hundred Names by Barbara Greene & Victor Gollancz (Gollancz £3.50) This collection of prayers and meditations range from Elizabeth I to an Arab chieftain, front Socrates to Edith Sitwell, from Cynewull to a Chinese student.
Mid-Life Directions by Anne Brennan & Janice Brewi (Fowler Wright Books £7.95) Midway along the journey of our life if you wake to find yourself in a dark wood, then see prayer and play in a new light and allow the creative power of God to accompany you on your second journey.
Winter Grace by Kathleen Fischer (Fowler Wright Books
£6.75) Presents a spirituality tor the later years when the losses of old age can take one into the heart of the Christian paradox: death and resurrection.
Come and See by Michael Winstanley SDB (Darton Longman & Todd £3.95) This book opens up the Gospels to every Christian and shows that the discoveries of biblical criticism can enrich the spirit as well as the mind.
Standing in the Gap by Ken Gardiner (Kingsway £1.95) Biblical truths ae applied to the practice of prayer, showing how we can stand in the gap between heaven's supply and the world's need.
The Battle for the Soul by Keith Ward (Hodder & Stoughton £4.95) The author argues that the attack on God and the uniqueness of the soul is a misuse of science by its popularisers.
What Are They Saying about Virtue? John W Crossin OSFS (Fowler Wright Books £4.95) The present study provides a bird's eye view of the current state of affairs.
Chasing the Wind by Michael Cassidy (Hodder & Stoughton £1.75) Looking carefully at issues like evolution, science, the Bible, the historical Jesus, the author finds overwhelming evidence for a loving God.
Full Christianity by Richard Chilson (Fowler Wright Books £3.35) This book offers answers to many questions about Catholicism which remain unanswered in the public mind. Treatise on Happiness by St Thomas Aquinas (Fowler Wright Books £6.50) St Thomas discusses the movement of
rational creatures back to God and examines the topics of happiness, human acts, virtues and vices.
Belonging by Brother Leonard of Taize (Mowbray £2.25) This book is the account of a journey as well as the reflection of an inner adventure of searching and belonging.
Christwalk by Richard Ross Si (Fowler Wright Books £6.75) The journey of a young priest's 600-mile pilgrimage on foot along the California mission trail.
The Catholic Church: A Brief History by Alfred I.apple (Fowler Wright Books £4.95) Very brief indeed, but from the beginning to John Paul 11. Also relates Church events to secular history.
The Bible in the Churches by Haben, Harrington, Osborne & Burgess (Fowler Wright Books £7.65) This book should be of special interest to biblical scholars, ecumenists, and students of ecumenism.
Old Testament Theology by R E Clements (Marshall. Morgan & Scott £7.95) The present paperback edition of this volume in the Marshall's Theological Library series is an important contribution to our understanding of the Old Testament.
Whose Promised Land? by Colin Chapman (Lion £3.50) Israel or Palestine? What are the claims and counter-claims? Are the ancient promises of the Bible relevant today? Is there a way forward? The book is both fair and constructive.