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  • Community Journey, experiences as a member of the TaenaCommunity Journey, experiences as a member of the TaenaQuick View
  • God and the AtomGod and the AtomQuick View
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    • God and the Atom

    • £35.00
    • Published within months of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Catholic thinker and writer Ronald Knox analyses the ethical dilemmas of the nuclear age with his usual brilliance and concision.
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  • Introduction to the Devout LifeIntroduction to the Devout LifeQuick View
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    • Introduction to the Devout Life

    • £15.00
    • How to live a holy life in the secular world is the focus of this masterpiece of Christian literature by a 16th-century priest. Drawn from the letters of St. Francis de Sales, this enduring spiritual guide offers clear and direct advice about praying, resisting temptation, and maintaining devotion to God.
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  • Last Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayLast Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayQuick View
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    • Last Crescendo, the Story of Paul Gray

    • £40.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 6th and posthumously published book in the Masterful Monk series. This depicts a brilliant pianist whose loss of faith has wrecked his…
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  • Nazareth or Social ChaosNazareth or Social ChaosQuick View
  • Pageant of Life, a human dramaPageant of Life, a human dramaQuick View
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    • Pageant of Life, a human drama

    • £25.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 4th book in his Problems of Human Happiness series, set against the backdrop of the battle between Christianity and Communism.
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  • The Masterful MonkThe Masterful MonkQuick View
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    • The Masterful Monk

    • £18.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. His Masterful Monk features in several novels, of which this was the 1st (published in 1929). It was also the 3rd volume in his Problems…
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  • The Reed of GodThe Reed of GodQuick View
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    • The Reed of God

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    • Through beautiful prose and inspiring meditations, Caryll Houselander depicts the intimately human side of Mary, Mother of God, as an empty reed waiting for God's music to be played through her. Lovingly bringing Our Lady down off her time-honored, ancient pedestal, Houselander shares her insightful and beautiful vision of Mary…
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  • The Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismThe Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismQuick View
  • The Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismThe Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismQuick View
  • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphThe Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphQuick View
    • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphThe Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphQuick View
    • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumph

    • £18.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 2nd book in his Problems of Human Happiness series, depicting 'the Cripple' who lies confined to an Alpine monastery as he discerns…
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  • You, and thousands like you, for such that can take itYou, and thousands like you, for such that can take itQuick View
  • Community Journey, experiences as a member of the TaenaCommunity Journey, experiences as a member of the TaenaQuick View
  • God and the AtomGod and the AtomQuick View
    • God and the AtomGod and the AtomQuick View
    • God and the Atom

    • £35.00
    • Published within months of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Catholic thinker and writer Ronald Knox analyses the ethical dilemmas of the nuclear age with his usual brilliance and concision.
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  • Introduction to the Devout LifeIntroduction to the Devout LifeQuick View
    • Introduction to the Devout LifeIntroduction to the Devout LifeQuick View
    • Introduction to the Devout Life

    • £15.00
    • How to live a holy life in the secular world is the focus of this masterpiece of Christian literature by a 16th-century priest. Drawn from the letters of St. Francis de Sales, this enduring spiritual guide offers clear and direct advice about praying, resisting temptation, and maintaining devotion to God.
    • Add to basket
  • Last Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayLast Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayQuick View
    • Last Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayLast Crescendo, the Story of Paul GrayQuick View
    • Last Crescendo, the Story of Paul Gray

    • £40.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 6th and posthumously published book in the Masterful Monk series. This depicts a brilliant pianist whose loss of faith has wrecked his…
    • Add to basket
  • Nazareth or Social ChaosNazareth or Social ChaosQuick View
  • Pageant of Life, a human dramaPageant of Life, a human dramaQuick View
    • Pageant of Life, a human dramaPageant of Life, a human dramaQuick View
    • Pageant of Life, a human drama

    • £25.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 4th book in his Problems of Human Happiness series, set against the backdrop of the battle between Christianity and Communism.
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  • The Masterful MonkThe Masterful MonkQuick View
    • The Masterful MonkThe Masterful MonkQuick View
    • The Masterful Monk

    • £18.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. His Masterful Monk features in several novels, of which this was the 1st (published in 1929). It was also the 3rd volume in his Problems…
    • Add to basket
  • The Reed of GodThe Reed of GodQuick View
    • The Reed of GodThe Reed of GodQuick View
    • The Reed of God

    • £35.00
    • Through beautiful prose and inspiring meditations, Caryll Houselander depicts the intimately human side of Mary, Mother of God, as an empty reed waiting for God's music to be played through her. Lovingly bringing Our Lady down off her time-honored, ancient pedestal, Houselander shares her insightful and beautiful vision of Mary…
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  • The Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismThe Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismQuick View
  • The Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismThe Road to Damascus, the spiritual pilgrimage of fifteen converts to CatholicismQuick View
  • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphThe Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphQuick View
    • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphThe Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumphQuick View
    • The Shadow of the Earth, a tale of tragedy and triumph

    • £18.00
    • Owen Francis Dudley (1882-1952) was a Catholic priest who wrote detective fiction (amongst other things) that has often been compared to Chesterton's Father Brown stories. This is the 2nd book in his Problems of Human Happiness series, depicting 'the Cripple' who lies confined to an Alpine monastery as he discerns…
    • Add to basket
  • You, and thousands like you, for such that can take itYou, and thousands like you, for such that can take itQuick View
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