Welcome to our online shop!

Our shop includes various religious items - Easter cards; 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.

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Featured products

Prayer card to Saint Simon Stock

Prayer card from the 1950s, with a prayer to Saint Simon Stock - the great Carmelite Friar Saint

Shrine of Saint Jude calendar - 2019

Beautiful calendar with photos from the Shrine. Each month includes a postcard which can be removed. All national and Carmelite feast days included.

Shrine of Saint Jude prayer book (hardback)

Welcome from Fr Kevin Alban, Prior Provincial; Introduction to Saint Jude; Introduction to the Shrine; Many prayers to Saint Jude; common Catholic prayers; Carmelite prayers

Prayer booklets & cards for special saints

Various prayer booklets for sale. Click to view.

Saint Jude statue - 2.5 inches (brass plinth)

2.5 inches, on a brass metal plinth & is based on the statue by Adam Kossowski

Steps of Pain, Steps of Hope

The stations of the Cross help us to follow Jesus through his passion, death and resurrection. In this series of fresh meditations, Monsignor Matthew Dickens helps Christians to retrace Jesus' "steps of pain and steps of hope", encouraging them on the journey through life.

The Ten Books on the Way of Life and Great Deeds of the Carmelites: Including the Book of the First Monks

A collection of the writings of this 14th century Catalonian Carmelite formed the basis of the legendary history of the Order that forms the basis of its spirituality. The text, also known as The Book of the First Monks, was widely read across medieval Europe. Called both a spiritual masterpiece and a work of fantasy, Ribot attempts to demonstrate the Order's antiquity, its privileged place within the Church, and its unique role in Salvation History.