Welcome to our online shop!

Our shop includes various religious items - medals; prayer cards; books; rosaries; statues & much more. This shop supports the presence and ministries of the Carmelite Friars in Great Britain, and the great work of the missions around the world.

For over 800 years, the Carmelite friars have responded to God’s call in Britain and worldwide, and have provided a significant response to the needs of an ever-changing world. The Order seeks the face of the living God not only in prayer and fraternity, but also in service. The National Shrine of Saint Jude is one part of the Carmelite service to God and His people in the British Province. Since 1955, the shrine here in Faversham has been a centre of devotion to Saint Jude in the UK.

Call 01795 539 214 if you would feel more comfortable calling through an order.

 

Featured products

"Trust the Past to God's mercy" prayer card

St Augustine of Hippo wrote this beautiful and straight forward prayer

Prayer booklets & cards for special saints

Various prayer booklets for sale. Click to view.

Medal of Saint Anne & Saint Joachim

Saint Anne, of David's house and line, was the mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus according to Christian and Islamic tradition. Saint Joachim was the father of Mary.

Praying at Mass

A little book that will help children to understand better what we do and whom we meet in the mass, and to participate better in their own heart. These colourful hardback books are a delightful companion for young children discovering their loving friends in heaven and the story of their faith.

The Beautiful Story of Mary

Maïte Roche is a very skilled illustrator who brings to life the characters of the Bible. Her colourful and detailed paintings convey the warmth and sanctity of the characters she portrays.

John Henry Newman - Apostle to the Doubtful

Eminent Victorian, academic and thinker, Anglican clergyman and celebrated convert, caring pastor and writer, Catholic priest, and Cardinal - these are some of the signposts along Newman’s celebrated journey.