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  • Glory be to God, a Stonyhurst Prayer Book
    St Omers Press, second edition, with minor corrections.

    ”Nothing is more practical than finding God, that is, than falling in love in a quite absolute final way”.  These words of Pedro Arrupe SJ’s summarise the theme of this book: prayer as the right and normal expression of our being.

    128 pages, hardback £9.95

  • State Visit of Pope Benedict XVI

    Published in partnership with the Society of Our Lady at Winton, Winchester College, and introduced by Richard Bassett, this contains all the speeches and public addresses made by His Holiness the Pope during his state visit in September 2010.

    64 pages, paperback. £4.50

  • Gentleman Philosophers

    HJA Sire’s (OS 58-68) well researched and readable account of Stonyhurst’s role providing Catholic university education. For over 50 years students followed courses of development by the Jesuit community for degrees awarded by London University.  The ‘Philosophers’ were drawn from an elite of the Catholic gentry. Their life outside studies – hunting, shooting and elegant entertainment – is vividly drawn.

    196 pages, paperback £8.95


  • Netting Fishes

    Fr John Twist SJ is the Chaplain at Stonyhurst, and regulars at St Peter’s will be familiar with his laconic, intelligent and quietly humorous style. Each homily is a bite-size piece of wisdom, relating a biblical passage to everyday life…each would be quick enough to read on the train or bus, or before bed time. Filled with realism laced with humour, these ‘thoughts for the day’ provide much to ponder on.

    paperback £8.50

  • Stonyhurst
    Tom Muir

    This is the second edition of former teacher, Tom Muir’s history of Stonyhurst College.  This beautifully illustrated book brings the history of this remarkable institution vividly to life in a thoroughly human and engaging manner.  This is an important and highly readable work of considerable appeal not only to Stonyhurst’s immediate constituency but also to the Catholic community, and anyone with an interest in Catholic history and education.

    208 pages, 280 x 216mm Hardback, Illustrated in colour

    £25.00 reduced to £15.00

  • Held in Trust 2008 Years of Sacred Culture
    Edited by Maurice Whitehead, St Omers Press

    A beautifully illustrated catalogue of the exhibition of the Stonyhurst Collections held at St Francis Xaviers Church, Liverpool, during that city’s year as Capital of Culture in 2008. Many learned articles and extensive captions by Jan Graffius, Stonyhurst Curator.

    208 pages, paperback. £9.50

  • Salve Regina, the Rosary and Other Prayers.

    hardback, £12.95