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Reading

Below is a selection of books we feel celebrate and help us to appreciate our Faith. We would always welcome any recommendations from you.

Passion for the Possible

Sister reading the book called Passion for the possible
- Daniel O’Leary: The Columba Press: 2006

The author draws on personal experiences to reflect on both the delight of being alive and being God’s work of art, and coping with the moments of darkness and emptiness.

Begin with the Heart

- Daniel O’Leary: The Columba Press: 2008

This provides a sacramental vision of our Faith, it touches the creative imagination and is an inspiring read, especially for anyone involved in Catholic education.

The Mystery of Faith

- Fr Tadeusz Dajczer: Eucharistic Renewal Books: 2008

Meditations on the Eucharist. Our Lord becomes truly present and his grace enables us to achieve union with him.

The Gift of Therese of Lisieux

Sister reading the book called The Gift of Therese of Lisieux
- John Udris, Lynne Muir: Gracewing

St Therese’s gift is her unique and liveable spirituality. Using authentic source material, the author provides a deeply insightful and prayerful book, superbly illustrated.

Poems to help you Pray

- Nick Fawcett: Kevin Mayhew: 2006

A delightful book full of poems for every occasion, beautifully expressed in simple words – as we would love to say ourselves.

The Place Within

- The Poetry of Pope John Paul II: Hutchinson, London: 1995

A collection which illustrates Karol Wojtyla’s penetrating imagination and provides an insight to the thought and inspirations which formed and guided his life.

Waiting on God

- Nick Fawcett: Kevin Mayhew: 2006
‘Waiting is the process of becoming what God wants us to be’: a theme which runs throughout the entire biblical story and is presented as an antedote to the current culture of immediacy.