What is our parish for? The key issues - vision, leadership structures, getting people involved, planning for the future, adult faith, young people - are all addressed by Donal Harrington.
Through writing this very personal book on her son's suicide, Carol Anne emerges eventually, a different but stronger person, with a deep desire to help young people.
In Father Aidan Troy's book there is a wide range of useful advice as well as information to help those touched by a suicide find ways of dealing with the emotional aftermath.
Marie Murray's book approaches the tough economic times with understanding, humour, clinical compassion, common-sense and a wealth of imaginative ideas.
This is the first in-depth study of the career of Father John Kenyon, a controversial and outspoken Catholic priest in nineteenth century Ireland. Written by Tim Boland.
Carole M. Eipers's book is designed to help parents and teachers to be aware of how they can best share their faith with their children.
This book is one of the series Praying with the Gospels that follows the lectionary cycle.The author Terry Hinks is a minister in the United Reform Church serving in Hampshire.
Philip Fogarty SJ is a former Headmaster of Clongowes Wood College and of Coláiste Iognáid, Galway. This is his third book in the series Navigating the Gospels.
A contemporary apologetics, covering questions such as: the Church and politics, equality and religious freedom, defending the unborn. Editors: C. Jamison, A. Ivereigh and K. Griffin.
Timire an Chroí Ró-naofa: Foilseachán Íosánach
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This attractive and illustrated booklet is a useful and clear introduction to the insights of both the contemplative and apostolic dimensions of Ignatian spirituality.
How can people who suffer abuse be enabled to survive - from the French sur vivre - to live on top of, over and above their stories of trauma and begin to flourish? - asks Barbara Glasson.
This a practical and very honest book about how to be a friend, how to keep the friends you have and how to nurture friendships that may be difficult and challenging.
This is a book of reflections where Daniel O'Leary puts us in touch with the beauty of relationship with God through the events and experiences of everyday life.
A resource to organise prayer services of reparation and repentance to atone for the crimes of clerical sex abuse. This booklet was put together by Father Kevin Scallon CM.
"Faith comes from hearing," says St Paul in Rom 10:17, but Nóirín Ní Riain believes that this oral experience by which we come to Christian faith has been neglected in Western theology.
This book sets out in a simple but profound way what faith is in our contemporary world. It sees it as a journey of trust.
The call to serve God as a priest is both a challenge and a blessing. This book by Scott Hahn discusses the many roles of the priest: provider, mediator, protector, teacher and more.
Through his intimate experience of Jesus crucified, Paul of the Cross showed his age and ages to come how to interpret reality through and in the light of Christ's Passion.
Fr Thomas O'Loughlin's book is most useful for those preparing for Sunday liturgies throughout the year of Mark.
Bernadette Sweetman publishes a comprehensive collection of ready-to-go Liturgies of the Word for every Sunday of Cycle B, as well as the major feast days.
'This book is an honest analysis of my experience of church over forty years of priesthood, but it is not an autobiography in the strict sense'. By Martin Tierney
If you know next to nothing about Catherine of Siena, this most recent biography by Don Brophy of a truly exceptional woman is a good place to start.
John Littleton's book provides readers with an overview of the Gospel of Matthew, (Sundays, Year A) It would be useful for priests preparing a homily for the Sunday Mass.
41 short and beautiful reflections by Brian Glennon for Eucharistic Ministers aims at deepening their commitment to their ministry
This excellent book deals with the evolution of church buildings in Ireland by examining the best known churches built between the 1960s and 1990s.
This book by Mark Patrick Hederman is a kind of extended metaphor or metaphysical conceit for our relationship with God.
This book by Mícheál Mac Gréil SJ documents the positive change in attitudes towards Northern Ireland and Britain following the peace process.
116 pp. The Columba Press. To purchase this book online, go to www.columba.ie
THE BOOKIn the wake of the succession of scandals and institutional failures of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Fr Gerry O’Hanlon SJ held a series of [...]
294 pp. The Columba Press. To purchase this book online, go to www.columba.ie
THE BOOKThe author gives an account of his visits to missionary countries on all the continents over a period of half a century. He offers [...]