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Continually strengthening our knowledge of the mystery of God and the role of Jesus in our salvation is an essential part of the modern day parish. It is vital in developing the role of various ministries within the church - the catechist, the liturgy planner, the Eucharistic minister to name only a few. The Parish Library aims to provide resources which will further this development.

 

 

 

The library provides a selection of books to enable parishioners to deepen their understanding of their faith. It also has books of devotional readings and some related resources to support academic studies.

All parishioners are welcome to borrow books from the Parish Library which is situated in the sitting room of St Benedict's, the Parish Office. You can visit any time during the day except on Monday and books can be borrowed by signing and dating the Borrowing Book. If the door is locked please contact Fr Paul or Maria, the Parish Secretary, on 01342 710313 to obtain the entrance code

Summary of Classsification of Books in Parish Library:

   
  1. Spirituality   12. About Prayer/Prayer
  2. Justice and Peace   13. Liberation Theology
  3. Church in Action   14. Christology/Mariology
  4. Liturgy   15. Theology
  5. Sacraments   16. History
  6. St Benedict   17. Biographies
  7. The Lay Vocation   18. Children's Books
  8. The Bible   19. Resources
  9. Biblical Commentary   20. Christian Writers/Authors
  10. Religious Education and Catechesis   21. Lives of Saints
  11. Novels, Fiction and Poems by Christian Authors    


For the Classification of Books in Parish Library in Detail click here

                               

Further resources are available from the Diocesan Christian Education Centre Bookshop in Crawley and the Worth Abbey Bookshop

 

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