Hidden for fifty years, over one hundred examples of pamphlet cover art from Ireland's Catholic Truth Society are brought together between the covers of Vintage Values, a new book from Veritas Publications in Dublin.
Printed between 1920 and 1960 the pamphlets covered the essential, thorny issues of the day like, "Should my daughter be a nun.", "Modesty and Modernity", how "Nobody Loves a Tease" (nobody!) and the moral dilemma of how to respond should one find oneself in the company of The Wishing Gnome. And let's face it, who hasn't? Bloody wishing gnomes.
If that wasn't enough the CTS considered it their spiritual duty to protect their kind even further, publishing instructions outlining the correct way to respond to a Jehovah Witness, when he or she comes a'knocking at your door, how to survive when an agnostic moves to your village and what happens when Sister Felicitas wins a bicycle.
Find out more about Vintage Values, and buy the book, postcard or poster here.