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The message of Carmel at Aylesford

The Shrine of Aylesford, sitting a mile from the Pilgrims Way that leads to St Thomas Becket's shrine at Canterbury, is one of the gems in the story of the Carmelites, of devotion to Mary and of the history of Christianity in England.

The Quiet Grave - an intimate journal

Intimate journals of a journey to Catholicism by Mr Robin Anderson. Printed in 1966 and now very rare.

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.

Thomas Netter of Walden

Sometimes dubbed the last great medieval theologian, Thomas Netter was a Carmelite friar Saffron Walden in England. By the time of his death in 1430, his writings on theology, philosophy, Canon Law and Scripture had travelled across the Christian world, and a cult of sanctity quickly developed at the tomb of "blessed Thomas" in the French city and Rouen.

Till God Will - Mary Ward through her writings

In December 2009 Pope Benedict XVI formally promulgated a Decree recognising the ‘heroic virtue’ demonstrated by Mary Ward, conferring on her the title ‘Venerable’ and setting in motion her cause for canonisation. Foreword by Saint Teresa of Calcutta.