Deacon Robert Hesse is uniquely qualified to write this scientifically accurate and inspirational gateway into the mind and heart of God through the interrelationship between faith and science. Drawing upon his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, his background in Trappist mystical theology, and years of leadership in interreligious dialogue, he provides a glimpse into the unrestricted consciousness from which springs the equations of physics, the space-time continuum, molecular structures, the biophysical leap into life, and the biospiritual leap into human consciousness, free choice, loving relationships, and mystical ecstasy. He has accessibly described some of the most  remarkable biophysical phenomena to reveal the loving consciousness that is at once the origin and finality of both the universal and eternal order—

the loving consciousness who invites us into relationship with him. Though the book aims at bringing a diverse audience to belief in God and religion, Deacon Hesse illustrates his own personal journey with images of Christ, the Holy Spirit, the body of Christ, and the Catholic Church. In that way, he communicates to an interreligious audience how God’s love manifest in science, relationships, and mysticism points to Jesus’ revelation of the unconditional love of God in the Trinity. This book will prove very helpful to those caught between naturalism and faith as well as those synthesizing the mind and heart of God through the love that animates the natural world, human consciousness, and mystical prayer.

Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.
President of the Magis Center of Reason and Faith Former President of Gonzaga University and author of New Proofs for the Existence of God: Contributions of Contemporary Physics and Philosophy




The Emmaus Spirituality Center in Houston is hosting an in-person book

signing and presentation by Dr. Hesse on Saturday, May 14, 2022. You can register for the event and get a copy of his book at Emmaus




The Institute for Spirituality and Health is sponsoring an international Zoom presentation by Dr. Hesse on Thursday, May 26, 2022. You can register for the presentation and get a copy of his book at ISH.

The Way Opened Up by Jesus:

Jesus never intended to found a Church made up of adherents to a religion, but to call together followers of the Way that he was opening up. Christian communities can only live up to that vision by keeping the real life person of Jesus and his message, the reign of God, at the center of their life. 

The Prayer that Jesus Taught

Gerry Pierse offers reflections that encourage readers to engage in daily meditation by surrendering all thought and repeating a prayer word, called a mantra. Such meditation is a discipline to be followed every day as we attempt to create a space for God in which we grasp nothing and want nothing.

The Gospel of Joy in America

Catholicism in the United States during the twenty-first century will be defined by the passion and the commitment of all baptized women and men who accept the invitation to intentionally give witness of their faith in Jesus Christ. 

The Banquet: A Reading of the Fifth sura of the Qur'an

Cuyper's work is a ground-breaking contribution to Islamic-Christian studies and is being warmly received by the Islamic academic community.

Meditation with Children

This book focuses on teaching meditation to children, who can be naturally and totally present in the moment and are thus capable of pure prayer, prayer of the heart.

Jesus: An Historical Approximation

In this Spanish best-seller, now available in English for the first time, the Biblical scholar Jose Antonio Pagola reconstructs the historical Jesus with a scholarly exegetical and theological approach. 

Hispanic Ministry in the 21stCentury:

The Hispanic presence in the Church in the United States is profoundly reshaping the direction and character of Catholicism in this country. As we reach the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century, nearly half the Catholic population is Hispanic and it is estimated that by 2050 Latinos/as will constitute the vast majority of U.S. Catholics. 

Hispanic Ministry in the 21stCentury:

As the twenty-first century continues to unfold with giant steps, U.S. Catholicism experiences major transformations at various levels thanks to the Hispanic presence. In many parts of the country, especially in the South and the West, to speak of Hispanic ministry is to speak of Catholicism in general. 

From Anxiety to Peace

Spiritual awareness and growth are high priorities for many people today. Meditation is the path to growth, the way to deepen our own commitment to life.