Life, Justice, Dignity

Front Cover for Real Parents, Real Children

Required reading for adoptive families and those exploring the possibility of adopting. Access a wealth of information on the complex emotional issues involved in adoption and get the know-how you need to establish a healthy, loving parent-child relationship.

Front Cover of Prophetic Witness

Presenting practical strategies for reform and renewal of the Church, this strikingly direct volume brings together the voices of leading Catholic theologians who offer ideas for change while still showing that feminist reflection can work in support of the Church.

Front Cover of The Power of the Powerless

Christopher De Vinck's moving account of his life with his brother made a deep impression on the hearts and minds of Americans. Due to a tragedy at birth, Oliver de Vinck was born severely handicapped—blind, mute, crippled, helpless. Despite the doctors' bleak prognosis, his loving parents took him home, where they and their children cared for him. He lived for thirty-three years.

Front Cover for Passion for Peace

A call to take up the work of God and bring peace to our own lives and to the world, Mertons’s essays continue to speak powerfully about ways that people can contribute to right the wrongs in society.

Front Cover for The Paradox of Christian Sacrifice

Biviano unveils a new vision of authentic sacrifice and shows it to be a means of self-giving that is an emulation of God's creativity, distinct from oppressive, societal tendencies. A hopeful, feminist, Christian discussion of faithful devotion of oneself to others.

Front Cover of Achieving Moral Health

Your heart and your brain need exercise to stay healthy. In this incisive work, psychologist Charles Shelton shows that the same is true for your conscience—the moral muscle that helps you discern what is right, and then act on it.

Front Cover for Women Saints

Daily inspiration from women of great spirit. Madonna Sophia Compton recounts the mysterious and faith-filled lives of women saints—from St. Germaine Cousin, the humble, French shepherd with a withered hand, to the world-renown Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico.

Front Cover for Women of Opus Dei

A doctor, a professor, a stay-at-home mom, and a marketing executive—these and other female members of the prelature of Opus Dei set the record straight with inspiring stories of dedication to fostering Christian principles at all levels of society.

Front Cover of Women Deacons in the Early Church

Can women be ordained? Have they been ordained in the past, as deacons, and fully accepted in ministry? This historical study tries to prove that women have served as deacons, and hence that they might serve as priests.

Front Cover for WomanWord

Miriam Therese Winter's enlightening resource explores and celebrates the tales of the women of the New Testament, helping us to understand the experiences of these dynamic personalities and to embrace the wisdom and transformation that their stories offer.

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