Life, Justice, Dignity

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 Walking on Water Cover

Indian Jesuit priest Anthony de Mello knew like few others how to engage Eastern and Western spiritual traditions in a gentle and truthful way. Simple exercises and captivating stories point to the ineffable experience of the divine and encourage a radical, uplifting shift in consciousness and perspective.

Front Cover of Henriette Delille

Based on the life of Henriette Delille, a 19th-century free woman of color who co-founded a New Orleans-based order of African American nuns, this historic novel is a testimony to how each of us has the power to transform the world.

Front Cover of God and Profit

This is the most up-to-date, readable and clear presentation of the history and practice of the West's current financial system from a Christian perspective taking into account the many contributions Christian have made to this system of banking and money management.

Front Cover of Herman of Reichenau

The fascinating life story of one of the most remarkable personalities of the middle ages. A deeply encouraging book especially for people struggling with illness and physical handicap. A book about culture, inspiration and the grandeur of the human spirit.

Front Cover of The Virtues That Build Us Up

The author uses examples from great literature to present powerful, articulate discussions of the Catholic character for those who seek a moderately challenging, intellectual discussion of traditional Catholic morality.

Front Cover of John Paul II's Letter to a Jewish Friend

Schoolmates “Lolek” Wojtyla and “Jurek” Kluger were boyhood pals in pre-war Poland—till their lives were blighted by invasion, war, and genocide. It took 50 years, but they reunited. A moving tale of friendship in the face of evil.

Front Cover for When Faith Goes Viral

Where is the Catholic Church advancing, and why? Real, nitty-gritty stories of apostolic Catholic laity and clergy in the field from Siberia to Peru to U.S. college campuses. No hype, wishful thinking, or nostalgia—just real faith, spread by hard work.

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 Tales of a Magic Monastery

Here, the charming, mature stories from the internationally beloved monk are accompanied by original art. Like the parables of Jesus, these tales repeatedly unfold new levels of meaning if we are willing to sit with them.

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