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Gift Shop2018-12-01T15:59:31+00:00

Gift Shop

Welcome to the Cathedral Gift Shop!
Walk down the left aisle as you enter our beautiful Cathedral and at the corner, turn left to face the Shrine of St. Philip Howard.

To the left of the memorial is the entry to a truly amazing treasury of religious and inspirational gifts together with an extensive range of books for both adults of any age and children including Bibles, Missals and Prayer Books.

We stock a number of religious cards for all occasions as well as those much-needed ‘blank’ greeting cards and assorted prayer cards.

Our gifts include:

  • Statues
  • Crucifixes
  • Rosaries
  • Fonts
  • Icons
  • Holy Water Bottles
  • Scapulas
  • Candles
  • Books galore
  • Gifts for Birth, Baptism, First Holy Communion and Confirmation Souvenir mementos of the Cathedral

We can’t list every gift so you will be pleasantly surprised by the wide variety from the photos shown here.

‘The proof of the pudding is in the eating’ is the best way to explain that you simply have to visit the Cathedral Gift Shop to see, feel and buy the items on display.

We are unable to offer an online sales service and we do not have the resource for card payment, so please bring a cheque book to help with larger payments.

Opening times of the Cathedral Gift Shop:

  • Monday to Friday 10.30 to 12.30 and 13.30 to 16.30
  • Saturday 11.15 to 17.00
  • Sunday after the 9.30am and 11.15am Masses (approximately 10.30am
    and 12.30pm respectively).

We endeavour to make sure that the shop is open at these times however members of our parish community volunteer to staff the shop. So there may be an occasion, due to unforeseen circumstances, that the Gift Shop may be closed. We apologise in advance if this happens on your visit.

So come to the historic town of Arundel, visit the Cathedral and discover our Gift Shop inside… a warm welcome is extended to you all

Arundel has a strong Christian history, and we hope that through our collaboration with our fellow Christians we can ensure that the message of Christ continues to be heard in our town.