Theology

Front Cover of Dictionary of Early Christian Literature

The long-awaited successor to Berthold Altaner's Patrologie handbook, the Dictionary of Early Christian Literature presents the life and work of Christian authors up to the eighth century and an assessment of their lasting influence on the Christian tradition.

Front Cover of Walking on Water Cover

Indian Jesuit priest Anthony de Mello knew like few others how to engage Eastern and Western spiritual traditions in a gentle and truthful way. Simple exercises and captivating stories point to the ineffable experience of the divine and encourage a radical, uplifting shift in consciousness and perspective.

Front Cover of Come, Drink Deep of Living Waters

In this new book, with the wisdom of years, Barbara Fiand explore what time of 'bridging' offers in new insights, and how we can understand our Christian faith in this new time.

Front Cover of El Altar Vacio

This book makes a prophetic proposal, respectful of church teaching, that addresses the growing deficiency of priests in the Catholic church.

Front Cover of The Empty Altar

This book makes a prophetic proposal, respectful of church teaching, that addresses the growing deficiency of priests in the Catholic church.

Front Cover of Honorable Reader

“A welcome addition to the long list of Merton’s publications. Unique, fascinating, and highly recommended.”
Library Journal

“Essential information in the mosaic which was not just Merton’s personal journey, but a quest made for thousands of readers in many foreign cultures.”
Resources for American Literary Study

Front Cover of The Heart of Pope Francis

At the heart of Pope Francis' vision lies a keen interest in people, a passion for understanding the life experience of the other.

Front Cover of What the Mystics Know

Drawing from the best and most poetic of Richard Rohr's essays from nearly a quarter of a century, each chapter in this new collection examines one of the seven core mystical truths.

Front Cover of Praying the Liturgy of the Hours

Father Timothy Gallagher, loved for his popular guides to Ignatian spirituality, shares in this informative, inspiring volume his own experiences and insights into the daily prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours, which he has prayed daily for the last 40 years.

Front Cover of The Phoenix

On the lovely island of Lesbos, suffering brutal Nazi occupation, olive heiress Nina Cambas is torn between her religious calling to the convent and her love for Danny, a brave American serviceman whose missions include concentration camps. Will their love endure?

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