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A Brief History of English Catholicism

01/01/2014, £2.50
The story of Catholicism in England, told here through the broad sweep of the centuries, covers the periods of conversion, medieval consolidation, the crisis of the Reformation and then the Second Spring and its aftermath.

A Catechism of Christian Doctrine

31/01/2015, £5.95
This elegantly redesigned and illustrated pocket catechism provides a wealth of detailed explanation and guidance on the Catholic faith and remains a classic still very much in demand.

A Catechism of Christian Doctrine

The original ‘Penny Catechism’ in question and answer format.

A Catholic Approach to Dying: Death

01/03/2006, £1.95
This booklet invites us to examine our attitude towards death, and discover that taking death on board enhances the way we live our life

A Catholic Patient's Guide to Hospital

31/03/2017, £2.50
This booklet responds to pressing questions that can arise when being admitted to hospital, whether suddenly or planned.

A Catholic Prayer Book

06/05/2014, £2.50
Contains a wide variety of prayers to accompany us through the day, with well known Catholic devotions, suited to both private and shared settings.

A City Set on a Hill

17/10/2017, £1.50
Historical novels, science fiction, apologetics, plays, poems, children’s books: Robert Hugh Benson was both a versatile writer and a remarkably prolific one.

A Divine Gift: The Consecrated Life

01/01/2014, £2.50
This unique booklet explains the origins in the Gospel and the continuing value of the Consecrated life as a sign of God’s love to the Church and to the world.

A Handbook of Scriptural Novenas

30/04/2015, £2.50
Newly composed novena prayers taking figures from Scripture, as examples of themes and intentions for prayer relevant to the lives of Christians today.

A Library of Tales - Vol 1

17/10/2017, £1.50
Lady Herbert’s Wayside Tales are in the classic vein of “improving literature”. CTS published thirty volumes of them in 1899; some were still in print two decades later.
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