All Christians are on a journey, and on that journey God equips us to be disciples. Energy for the journey is vital; the libraries, a Diocesan resources centre and other learning and study opportunities offer spiritual nourishment to the pilgrim and traveller.

The Community of the Resurrection Library is celebrating National Libraries Week – 5 – 10 October. Brethren have reviewed books which are part of the collection and there will be a new review to see here every day this week. #Librariesweek

How to Read a Latin Poem: If you Can’t Read Latin yet. By William Fitzgerald

Saint Augustine on the Resurrection of Christ: Teaching, Rhetoric, and Reception. By Gerald O’Collins, SJ

Austin Farrer: Oxford Warden, Scholar, Preacher. Edited by Professor Marcus Bockmuehl and Bishop Stephen Platten with Nevsky Everett

Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times by Jonathan Sacks

Ad Infinitum: A Biography of Latin and the World it Created. Nicholas Ostler

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