Renowned author Gerald May offers a path toward freedom and authenticity in this updated and expanded version of his bestselling classic. Let go of fixing and controlling and find the peace and fulfillment at the core of your existence.
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
One of the few paintings Van Gogh signed and titled, he called it “one of my only works with deep meaning.” How can one painting inside a café for poor workers serve as a key to the artist’s spiritual journey?
Do bitterness, resentment, impatience, or boredom interfere with your life? Does life continually fall short of your expectations? These five steps will help you regain the power and self-confidence that comes with a reality-based self-image.
The complete, unabridged journal of Nouwen’s last year of life. His struggles and joys, and hopes and fears come into vivid relief as each moment unfolds. An intimate encounter with the beloved spiritual guide who has inspired millions of readers.
Joan Chittister, an award-winning author and world-renown spiritual leader, shares Benedict’s extraordinary vision in this daily reader. Volume includes the complete Rule of Benedict as well as ample commentary to reveal the relevance of the ancient wisdom to our lives.
When life asked Paula D'Arcy to yield to immutable events she learned to listen to a quiet, guiding voice within. Heed your own inner wisdom, take courage, and be inspired by the experiences and insights of this beloved author.
In this Catholic Press award-winner, Ronald Rolheiser, author of The Holy Longing, looks at how atheism and disbelief has crept into our world and how, in the face of it, we can restore the shattered lantern and bring back the light of God.
Humanity has existed for 70,000 years—and organized religion for only 4,500. Spirituality is more fundamental to human nature than doctrinal structures are. What aspects of human spirituality have been submerged by our craving for self-consistent “systems” of belief?