Mother’s Day falls this coming Sunday, 30 March. For those of you still looking for that perfect gift, we’ve hand picked a selection of some of the most popular titles from Veritas Publications that mothers of all ages are sure to love.
Baby’s Book of Firsts:
Reflections for Baby’s First Year
Donna P. Doherty
Ideal for mothers-to-be and for those celebrating their first Mother’s Day, this beautifully designed hardback book contains a series of twenty verses and reflections on those oh-so-important milestones: from the first bath to the first laugh, the first steps to the first tooth.
This new title from psychotherapist and spiritual director Martina Lehane Sheehan invites us to see how the increasingly popular practice of mindfulness can be a doorway to spiritual experience.
Interweaving stories and step-by-step meditations, it provides guidance in discovering how the Spirit can reach us through moments of stillness and mindful awareness.
Martina is donating her royalty on both this book and her previous title, Seeing Anew, to Chernobyl Children International.
Daily Joy: A Collection of Well-loved Spiritual Writings
In this inspiring and thoughtful book, Anne Holton brings together a collection of well-known and popular poems, prayers and reflections in a wonderful celebration of God and faith.
Inside these pages, which are ideal to dip in and out of, you can rediscover the wisdom of Pope John Paul II, Paulo Coehlo and John O’Donohue, among many more.
Here are thoughts that prove, despite all, that life is beautiful. RTÉ Guide
This careful selection of words, events and observations from former RTÉ broadcaster John Quinn offers the chance to pause and reflect.
Also available as an Audiobook
Mother’s Day is also the perfect time to celebrate our grandmothers. A wonderful gift for any grandparent, Prayers for Grandparents treasures these most special of people and the roles they play in our lives.
Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Check out our range of books and gifts at www.veritas.ie for even more ideas,