Spirituality

Front Cover for Praying at Every Turn

Carole Ann Camp's insightful book deepens our understanding of the transformative practice of walking the labyrinth. Bible readings, prayers, and stories from the author's many years of experience with this powerful ritual support us as we take a journey of faith.

Prayers for a Lifetime

Great theologians are often great teachers of prayer. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Teresa of Avila, Martin Luther, Dietrich Bonhoeffer—and Karl Rahner. This personal book, composed over a lifetime, is the fruit of rich human experience, deep faith, and profound theological reflection.

Front Cover of The Power of Solitude

The word “solitude" may provoke a sigh of relief or the anxiety of loneliness. But a significant dimension of our spiritual lives is most deeply encountered in solitude, which offers a unique opportunity for personal growth and encounters with God.

Front Cover for Poverty, Celibacy and Obedience

O'Murchu shows that the vows of poverty, celibacy, and obedience are important not just as laws for religious, but as life-sustaining values for every-day people. His in-depth discussion sources the guiding spirit of each vow and unveils its relevance for us today.

Front Cover for Personal Transformation

The story of a wildly successful investment guru who loses his hearing, Kiril Sokoloff's contribution describes the realities and difficulties of becoming deaf and the joy and inspiration that a changed perspective can lend to all situations. 

Front Cover of To Be a Pilgrim

By describing the Anglican ethos in historical context, with its emphasis on reason, moderation, liturgy and culture, readers can more easily see the grounding from which this faith tradition emerges.

The most influential theological writing of the 20th century, in one groundbreaking series.

The most influential theological writing of the 20th century, in one groundbreaking series.

Front cover of The World is Charged

This book addresses a pressing need in classrooms everywhere to explain the unique nature of the Christian God. Fr. Smith observes that many intelligent and well-educated Catholics understand transcendence in a way that denies Jesus' humanity.

Front cover of Passion and Paradise

Does God suffer, and can we be close to God when we suffer? Gregory of Nyssa, one of the three most influential theologians of the early Church, offers a vision of suffering as part of our progress to final union with God.

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