Death and Life

Front Cover of Near Death Experiences

Near death experiences have been more talked about in secular and new age than in Christian circles. Dr. Theillier shows that they are not at all at odds with the teaching of the Church; on the contrary the Catholic Church with its millennia of experiences of spiritual realities beyond what we see has an important contribution to make to our deeper understanding this widespread phenomenon.

Front Cover of An Angel For You

Spiritual master and Benedictine monk Fr. Anselm Gruen presents a persuasive way to incorporate the ancient wisdom of angels with our modern world as people strive for a happy, fulfilled life.

Front Cover for On Becoming Who We Are

Barbara Fiand examines developments in the church today and draws on the findings of science to posit the idea that ancient religions can be better understood and even become more vibrant, when they can contemplate and integrate innovation, research, and cultural change.

Front Cover of Suicide

For those thinking about suicide, and for those who know, love, or counsel them, this book discusses the social aspects of suicide, the right to die, anger, loneliness, depression, stress, hopelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, the consequences of a suicide attempt, and how to get help.

Front Cover for Special Dream

Exploring the world of special dreams—clear, unforgettably vivid encounters with loved ones who have died—this unique collection shares the personal stories of those who have experienced them, including the author herself, and reveals the distinct qualities surrounding this phenomenon.

Song for Sarah

D’Arcy’s collection of letters written before and after the death of her daughter trace her search for strength and hope through times of anguish. We walk with the young mother through the horror of the accident and like her, find our way illuminated by faith.

Front Cover of Redemptive Suffering

This compelling book addresses important questions on the meaning of suffering. O’Malley suggests that while reflection and introspection cannot in themselves give meaning to suffering, suffering that is beyond our control can be transformed through action.

Front Cover for Your Sorrow Is My Sorrow

Joyce Rupp delves into the seven sorrows of Mary, connecting the divine mother’s suffering and pain with the trials and afflictions that every human must bear. Let Mary’s patient wisdom guide you as you face life’s difficulties.

Front Cover for The Passion of Therese of Lisieux

Guy Gaucher shares a discerning and finely researched portrait of the final days in the life of Thérèse of Lisieux. Illness and suffering test the young nun and move her through a purifying process, illuminating a spiritual grace that has inspired millions.

Front Cover for When People Grieve

We all suffer losses in life and yet grieving, and supporting those in pain can be a touchy, confusing prospect. D’Arcy’s compassionate guidance, gleaned from her own experience of tragic loss, will help you comfort the bereaved and nurture the healing process.

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