Samuel Gregg draws upon Catholic teaching, natural law theory, and the thought of Catholic founding father Charles Carroll of Carrollton to develop a Catholic case for free economy, limited government, and ordered liberty in America.
Pope Francis connects with people, especially the young, the forgotten, and the forlorn. What is the source of his spiritual vitality? Find out here, in a book that offers a path for prayer and a guide for life.
Written by one of America’s premier leadership coaches, this groundbreaking look at the pitfalls of power will help you effectively manage your life to support your achievements, relationships, and priorities.
Claire Wolfteich explores powerful examples of the complex vocation of living out the Catholic faith in our daily lives.This clear and informative study explores the many, diverse initiatives of lay Catholics ranging from Dorothy Day to César Chávez to Mario Cuomo.
This book draws from in-depth interviews with outstanding leaders and offers Benefiel’s profound insights on how to build better organizations and a better society. “Today’s global community desperately needs leaders with soul. Margaret Benefiel’s book meets that need beautifully... Required reading.” –Desmond Tutu
The second in the precedent-setting two volume series, this work convokes the dynamic voices of 40 women scholars, called together by the illustrious Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, to reimagine and reinterpret the bible in a vigorous, feminist interpretation of individual scriptural texts.
Recognized as a landmark in biblical interpretation, this first volume of Searching the Scriptures shares the insight of women scholars from around the world, empowering readers with an incisive understanding of the historical and sociopolitical issues involved in feminist critical analysis.