To celebrate our 150th birthday we are delving into our archives and sharing with you some of the gems that celebrate the huge range and variety of CTS publishing over the last 150 years.
From the pens of the celebrated and famous, as well as the lesser known, CTS Onefifties will take you from Victorian England to the two great wars, from the certainties of 19th Century piety to the 1968 sexual revolution.
Great testimonies of faith, sparkling apologetics, and debates on the issues of the day offer original and inspiring insights into the meaning of life and all its hopes and challenges. They also give a fascinating look into the changing concerns of the Catholic population of England since the late 19th century.
Our first selection of 25 booklets – available to pre-order now in paperback and ebook – includes works from great names such as Robert Louis Stevenson, Hilaire Belloc, G.K. Chesterton, Ronald Knox, and Leonard Cheshire VC.
Reflections on Christian life and practice, discussions of the politics and issues of the day, and even a selection of fictional works – there is something original and special here for everybody.
Our hope is that you can dip into the past – and find the present.