Life, Justice, Dignity

Front Cover for When Women Pray

Lyn Holley Doucet and Robin Hebert interweave a captivating blend of quotidian events, lush sensory images, mystical revelations, and practical guidance in this enlightening resource. Deepen your faith and experience the life-changing presence of God in these inspiring stories.

Front Cover for Here and Now

One thought flows into another to create a mosaic of shimmering impressions in this contemplative offering from a great Christian writer. Nouwen discusses living in the present, joy, prayer, the spiritual life, relationships, family, and other topics with his signature clarity and insight.

Front Cover for Grace In Action

A collection of essays from Richard Rohr and other individuals involved in the Center for Action and Contemplation, this volume speaks to the radical power activated when people come together to bring God’s healing love into the world.

Front Cover of God, Evil, and Innocent Suffering

Do people suffer only because they deserve to suffer? According to classical Christian belief, yes. John Thiel, however, insists that some people who suffer are truly innocent.  Innocent suffering suggests a different way of thinking about God’s presence, including how God is not directly involved in human suffering and death.

Front Cover of Finding Our Voices

Wise faith," Patricia Killen writes, "is not the faith of little girls or of male-defined women . . . I believe it is what most women who remain within the Christian denominations seek: a faith that creatively confronts the death-dealing and the life-giving aspects in our Christian heritage, that finds healthy and nurturing ways to reconceive and relate to that tradition, and that uncovers possibilities for fuller life."

Front Cover for Faith Beyond Resentment

A stunningly original reimagining of the Catholic faith by one of the most lucid and exciting theologians of our day. James Alison examines Catholic theology from a gay perspective and addresses both those who are not gay and those who are not Catholic.

Front Cover for Flesh and Glory

A vision of the Gospel of John that comprehends the organic wholeness of the ancient text and revivifies its powerful message of inspiration. Lee’s feminist interpretation awakens the meaning of complex and evocative symbols that illuminate the story of Jesus.

Front cover for Gift of the Red Bird

This heartrending  account of D’Arcy’s struggle with faith after the loss of her daughter and husband has strengthened and uplifted readers across America and the world. Walk with this great author, and learn as she did, to trust the ever-present divine.

Front Cover of Finding My Way Home

Four soul-searching essays from Henri Nouwen explore how weakness and waiting connect us with God’s power and reveal the path of peace and community. An invitation to set aside worldly struggles and in trusting service, to be surprised by joy.

Front Cover of Embraced by Compassion

Employing a 'theology by immersion' tactic, this inspirational guide reveals how our search for ourselves can and should lead us to God, and how our search for God will be rooted in our own deeply personal experience, revealing the ways in which faith development and human development can, and do, mutually enrich each other.

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