Saint Michael the Archangel: Leo XIII and Consecration Prayers to the Great Defender contains in it Pope Leo XIII’s original prayer to the Archangel Michael and the English translation of the consecration prayer said at the Celestial Basilica of Monte Gargano, Italy.
Prayers God Answers considers seven Biblical prayers from both the Old and New Testaments and looks at how each of them reveals a characteristic which moved God’s heart to answer the prayers. Recommended by the Bishop of Llandaff for the Year of Pilgrimage.
Stations of the Cross (Illustrated ed.) offers the reader the true history of this Lenten devotion, together with the beautiful and concise readings and prayers in both English and Latin by Pere Arthur Martin.
The Raccolta of Prayers and Good Works is a collection of the treasury of prayers, novenas and devotions of the Roman Catholic Church in large book format as compiled in 1910 by Ambrose St. John of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri. Published in the original English, with side-by-side Latin given for the most popular prayers and litanies, this edition of the Raccolta makes available once again almost 500 prayers, in both short and long forms, for every single need of the Catholic faithful, seekers, and the whole People of God.
Seasons of Prayer explores the natural seasons and shows how these can relate to the seasons of prayer we experience in our spiritual lives.
Life’s Complicated: Pray Simply is a collection of straightforward prayers from the heart by the Anglican curate of the Diocese of Llandaff, the Reverend Andrew Highway.
The Consecration Prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts in the English, French, Italian, Latin, and Maltese languages.
The ‘O’ Antiphons: Latin and Greek with Gregorian Chant, Old Hymnary and Scripture References provides readers with the Great Antiphons, the Magnificat antiphons to be used during Vespers of the last seven days of Advent in the Western Rite of the Catholic Faith.
The Rule of the Theotokos According to Saint Seraphim of Sarov is a devotional that contains the prayer rule originally given by the Holy Virgin, the Mother of God, to a monk in eighth century Egypt. It was prayed by Christians at the time, then fell into disuse. The rule was revived by the great Russian saint, Seraphim of Sarov, who advocated that all his spiritual children pray it daily to ensure their salvation.