Spring 2014 Titles

Whether you’re interested in spirituality, theology, prayer, faith formation, or simply looking for a gift book, we’re sure that our Spring 2014 list has something here for you.

Psychotherapist and spiritual director Martina Lehane Sheehan is the author of Whispers in the Stillness: Mindfulness and Spiritual Awakening, which demonstrates how the popular practice of mindfulness can be a doorway to a deeper spiritual existence. John Farrelly brings over twenty years of experience in relationship counselling to bear in Relationship Breakdown: A Practical Guide to Coping with Separation and Divorce. We are also delighted to welcome former RTÉ broadcaster John Quinn back to the Veritas catalogue with Credo: Personal Testimonies of Faith, in which he speaks to twenty leading Irish personalities about their own beliefs.

With the canonisation of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII to take place on April 27, Bishop Donal Murray has written two short booklets in tribute to them, detailing Pope John Paul’s visit to Ireland, and Pope John’s work with Vatican II.

For liturgical groups, Columba McCann OSB has prepared 101 Liturgical Suggestions: Practical Ideas for Those Who Prepare the Liturgy. For the academic market, Oliver Treanor’s Maelstrom of Love: The Eucharist – Source and Centre of the Sacramental Life takes an in-depth look at the sacrament of the Eucharist.

Children’s author Eleanor Gormally has produced another beautiful story in The Three Visitors: The Story of Knock. Fully illustrated, this book is the perfect way to tell the history of Ireland’s national shrine to children of all ages.


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