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Upcoming Publications

The CTS Sunday Missal 2024

This beautifully designed paperback Sunday Missal contains everything you need for Mass in 2024:

  • Masses and readings for all Sundays & Solemnities (UK & Ireland)
  • Running from the First Sunday of Advent 2023 to Christ the King 2024
  • Helpfully presented in calendar order
  • All major feasts and seasons
  • Latin and English side-by-side
  • Introductions by Pope Francis
  • Music for the Mass
  • Acts of Spiritual Communion
  • Prayers before and after Holy Communion
  • Prayers before and after Mass
  • Rite of Eucharistic Exposition & Benediction

This is all included in a lightweight paperback volume, making it the perfect Sunday Missal for every Catholic to bring to Mass.

Format: Paperback Expected Publication Date: July 2023

No Greater Love – The Martyrdom of the Ulma Family

by Jean Olwen Maynard

Under the Nazi occupation of Poland during World War II, Jews were indiscriminately arrested, imprisoned, and killed. Christians who helped them hide or escape placed themselves in the same peril. Josef and Wiktoria Ulma, who, guided by the parable of the Good Samaritan, which was underlined in red ink in the family Bible, sheltered a Jewish family in their village of Markowa. As a result, in 1944, Josef, Wiktoria, and their seven small children – one not yet born – were murdered by the Nazis. This biography tells the story of the heroic virtue and sacrifice that lead to their beatification.

Format: A6 Paperback

Expected Publication Date: September 2023

What is Truth? A Reason to Hope for the Modern World

by Joshua Madden

Modern philosophy has narrowed the concept of reason, leading to radical scepticism of our ability to know reality as it is and causing a climate of nihilism and doubt. To share the joy of the Gospel in today, men and women must rediscover that it is possible to know objective truth about ourselves and the world around us. This foundation, the preambula fidei, is what makes it possible to truly know the living God who has revealed himself in Christ.

Format: A6 Paperback

Expected Publication Date: September 2023


Therese of LisieuxSt Therese of Lisieux – The Way of Confidence and Love

by Jennifer Moorcroft

St Therese of Lisieux lived a quiet, humble, and very short life. Her writings on the “Little Way” – the spiritual maxim to do little things with great love – were published only after her death, but have had a profound influence on the spirituality of the faithful, and led to her being named a Doctor of the Church. In this deeply personal biography, Jennifer Moorcroft paints a vivid and relatable picture of the saint who somehow became smaller and simpler as she grew.

Format: A6 Paperback

Expected Publication Date: September 2023

The Star of Bethlehem

by Fr Douglas McGonagle

The imagery of the Christmas story traditionally shows a giant star hovering above the stable in Bethlehem like a pin in a map, guiding the wisemen to pay homage to the infant Christ. The star has been a source of fascination to many: was it simply a bright light in the sky? A planet or comet? How did it lead the Magi to a tiny village in Judea?

Before he became a priest, Fr Douglas McGonagle was a professor of astrophysics, and he always wondered what type of astral phenomenon was described in the Gospel of Matthew, where the story of the star and the magi is found. Using his knowledge of the stars and the Gospels as a starting point, he follows a trail of clues through the history and politics of first-century Judea, the principles of ancient astronomy, and even the coinage that circulate in the Roman Empire at the time, to give a fascinating account of what the magi saw when they looked up at the night sky and discerned that the King of the Jews had been born.

Format:   Paperback

Expected Publication Date: September 2023

Artificial Intelligence

by Fr Andrew Pinsent, Sean Biggins

Anyone online comes into contact with Artificial Intelligence, or AI. It determines search engine results, curates what you see on social media, and guides how you click through websites. Recent refinements in AI mean that it can compose text and produce images faster, sometimes better, than humans. Chatbots are used for customer service and online diagnostic tools, and increasingly as social surrogates. The better AI mimics human activity, the more questions it raises: Is AI smarter than humans? Could it ever become human? Could it replace us? What do the advances in Artificial Intelligence mean for society, the Church, and the world?

Format: A6 Paperback

Estimated Publication Date: October 2023

Elisabeth Leseur

by Jennifer Moorcroft

Elisabeth Leseur’s life was full of hardships and cause for sadness. Her husband, Felix, had lost faith and actively worked to destroy hers. Nonetheless, she continued to love him devotedly and to pray for him. She was a great letter writer and diarist, and, unbeknownst to her husband, recorded profound spiritual insights in her journals and correspondence. After Elisabeth’s untimely death from cancer, Felix finally converted to the Faith by reading and cataloguing her writings. This book offers meditations on select passages from Elisabeth’s letters and journals to share her example of profound and patient love.

Format:  A6 Paperback

Estimated Publication Date: October 2023

Overcoming Distraction in Prayer

by Fr Ed Broom

Prayer can be a struggle. Whether it’s because of busyness at work or school, the chores and clamour of family life, intrusive worries and anxieties that steal away our peace, or ever-present digital distractions, like social media with its endlessly scrollable feeds, many of us struggle to form a habit of prayer. Fr Ed Broom is here to help Catholics learn to pray. In this book, he teaches us to recognise the causes of distraction in our lives and gives simple, practical advice on how to overcome them to speak to God with our whole heart and mind.

Format: A6 Paperback

Estimated Publication Date: January 2024

Living Your Vocation (Even If You Don’t Know What It Is Yet)

by Fr Nicholas Crowe, OP

St John Henry Newman famously wrote that God endowed us with “some definite purpose”: an individual vocation or sacred mission. This sounds like great news until the saint adds that we might never know what this mission is, at least not in this life. How on earth can you do something, and do it well, if you don’t even know what it is? Fr Nicholas Crowe, OP is on hand to rescue us from confusion and despair. He explains how everyone (including you!) can live a life that is holy and pleasing to God, even if you don’t know what God wants you to do, how to do it, or what’s going on at all.

Format: A6 Paperback

Estimated Publication Date: January 2024

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