One of today's most eminent Christian leaders describes 10 principles of spiritual direction and 10 guidelines for prayer, discernment, and asceticism. Morneau shares a rich understanding of reverence, the primacy of joy, and gives a series of delightful spiritual exercises for "eclectic nomads."
Charting a course from the 1960s crack-up of social certitudes through current political meltdowns, George Weigel’s whirlwind tour of Catholicism, politics, literature, sports, and society yields telling insights from a keen observer and a master of the art of the essay.
Written by a foremost expert in Ignatian wisdom, this readable translation and step-by-step commentary reveals the relevance of a spiritual classic to modern life. Stories, analogies, and approachable language make this an ideal companion for anyone seeking inspiration and personal growth.
Scripture in the Tradition links the process of exegesis to the foundation of Christian thought, demonstrating that scriptural interpretation is part of the ongoing reflective life of God and unveiling the process by which the human race approaches the mystery of the divine.
In this award-winning book, Robert Barron shows how Aquinas’s profound understanding of Christian mystical life animates his writings on Jesus Christ, creation, God’s “strange” nature, humanity (the wonderful hybrid of flesh and spirit), and the divine’s powerful call to ecstasy.
The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany is the fourth volume in the acclaimed The Presence of God series. Includes: Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Meister Eckhart, Henry Suso, John Tauler, and Nicholas of Cusa, among many others.
Designed for use in introductory courses to theology, this short volume is an accessible presentation of the fundamentals of classical philosophy and the light it sheds on our understanding of the human person.