Spirituality

Front Cover for The Heart of the World

Beloved author, Thomas Keating helps us find the nourishment, fulfillment, and divine respite of interior silence. As fresh and vibrant today as ever, this illuminating work draws us towards an intimate understanding of the contemplative center of Christianity.

Front cover for The Good News According to Luke

Richard Rohr shares his understanding of Luke's message for today's reader. Grounded in scholarship but accessible to a general audience, this commentary sheds light on the creation of the Bible and ways that we think about God's word.

Front Cover of Francis De Sales

This popular presentation of the life and writings of one of the most influential figures in the history of Christianity includes many rich segments from the spiritual classics Introduction to the Devout Life and Treatise on the Love of God. Wright introduces the reader to the world of de Sales and distills from his masterworks the insights that are as applicable today as when first written.

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 of From Sand to Solid Ground

Michael Morwood raises questions of faith that are on the minds of many Catholics and other Christians today. While Church authority will not permit Catholic academics to raise or discuss many of these controversial topics publicly, Morwood boldly delves into the issues with clarity, courage, hope, and inspiration from his extensive experience in spirituality and adult faith formation.

Front Cover of Finding God in All Things

These essays deal with four major themes: the relationship between belief and unbelief, the connection between religion and science, the interpenetration of theology and spirituality, and the nature and value of higher education within the Catholic context—themes that reflect the persistent quest to discern the presence and action of God within the multiple dimensions of human existence.

Front Cover for A Faith That Makes Sense

This collection of reflections is aimed at helping people grow in their sense of peace, purpose, and joy. The simple, one to two-page readings present elements common to many faiths and provide profound material for contemplation and meditation.

Front Cover for The Foundations of Mysticism

In this first volume of the highly-acclaimed Presence of God series, McGinn explores mystical texts and their place in the tradition: early Judaica, pre-Christian Greek works, the New Testament, Greek and Latin patristic writings, and early monasticism. 

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 for Created for Joy

Sidney Callahan examines the reality of suffering and draws on the insights of psychology, evolutionary biology, and creation theology to come to new conclusions about our relationship to difficulty and pain. A Christian perspective on the trials and joys of life.

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