Charles de Foucauld

Letters from the Desert

Collection of the correspondence between Charles de Foucauld and his Trappist Brothers of Our Lady of the Snows. This selection of the most important letters of that period of trial, discovery, spiritual ardour and inspiring example has only recently been made available in the original French and now appears in English for the first time.  read more »

Scriptural Meditations on Faith

In his letters Brother Charles confided his spiritual insights, the foundation of his extraordinary life. This collection is on the virtue of faith and the virtue of living for the sake of God alone.  read more »

Hope in the Gospels

This volume contains 127 meditations on the virtue of hope as found in the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, and Luke.  read more »

Prayer and Hope

The Abbe Six believes that prayer, but prayer with a difference is the answer to meeting the anxiety of our rapidly changing world.  read more »

Come let us Sing a Song Unknown

A pocket size book of prayers from Charles de Foucauld  read more »

Seeds of Eternity

Charles Lepetit, a Little brother of Jesus, shares both the questions and the answers he discovers buried deep in the Gospel which are 'Seeds of Eternity' waiting to grow for the life of the world.  read more »

Seeds of the Desert, Like Jesus at Nazareth

This book by Brother Rene Voillaume contains selections from his earlier book of the same title and provides a study of Brother Charles and of the Nazareth-centred spirit of the religious life he envisaged. It also includes passages hitherto unpublished from 'Au coeur des Masses'  read more »

The Living God.

The theme of the following meditations is the personality of Jesus Christ, Son of man and Son of God. These talks were given to the Little sisters of Jesus in Rome but concern directly the Christian life of every baptised person.  read more »

Follow Me, the Call to the Religious Life Today

Follow Me is a sequel to 'Concerning Religious Life, a Retreat at Beni-Abbes' The talks on which the book is based were originally given to a group of young people, about to embark on the religious life following the life and example of Charles de Foucauld.  read more »

Source of Life, the Eucharist and Christian Living

Rene Voillaume was invited to Taize to address an
ecumenical gathering of catholics and protestants, on the place of the
Eucharist in Christian life today: this book is made up of the talks he
gave.

It is a powerful testimony to the vital part the
Eucharist plays in the life of the author. The pages are self-evidently
the product of a man for whom Christ in the Eucharist is nothing less
than all.  read more »