Theology

Front Cover of Tales of a Magic Monastery

Here, the charming, mature stories from the internationally beloved monk are accompanied by original art. Like the parables of Jesus, these tales repeatedly unfold new levels of meaning if we are willing to sit with them.

Front Cover of Systematic Thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar

Is there a single driving force unifying the diverse writings of Hans Urs von Balthasar? Kevin Mongrain points to von Balthasar’s retrieval of Irenaeus of Lyons. In Irenaeus, von Balthasar found inspiration for a genuinely Christian theology that resists the recurring danger of gnosticism while honoring the Mystery of God.

Front Cover of Symbolism

The thought of Johann Adam Möhler has had a major impact on the development of Catholic theology in the twentieth century, providing a crucial source of inspiration for theologians such as Karl Rahner and Yves Congar.

The Splendor of Faith

Avery Cardinal Dulles crystalizes the core components of the Pope John Paul II’s brilliant contributions to theology. Synthesizing a wealth of material, this resource conveys the essential  teachings of one of the greatest leaders of the Catholic Church and the world.

Front Cover of Spirituality and the Secular Quest

This volume includes a variety of first-rate essays on spirituality in non-religious settings, including Twelve Step meetings, arts, sports, and social justice movements.

Front Cover for Spiritual Passages

A bestseller since it’s publication, this groundbreaking integration of religious thought and psychological research has set a lasting benchmark in the field of human development. Christian seekers will find nurturance, stimulation, and inspiration in Benedict Groeschel’s illuminating explanation of the process of spiritual growth.

Front Cover for Spiritual Consolation

This illuminating resource by acclaimed and bestselling author Fr. Timothy M. Gallagher applies the guidance of Ignatius's second set of rules for discernment to real-life situations to help readers hear and heed the call of the Spirit.

 

Front Cover of The Spirit of the Liturgy

Originally written in 1918, this profound reflection on the nature of liturgical worship still stands as a guiding light for today's renewal of worship and prayer. In poetic terms, it clarifies the underlying principles and existential implications of the belief that when Christians join in the Eucharist and other liturgical celebrations, they do so not as discrete individuals but as interconnected members of the one People of God.

Front Cover for The Spirit of Catholicism

The Spirit of Catholicism is a brilliant and influential reflection on the fundamental nature of the Catholic faith. This truly pioneering work of Catholic theology, first published in 1924, has had significant continuing impact on subsequent theology worldwide.

Front Cover of South and Meso-American Native Spirituality

This book looks at the diverse spiritual traditions that have evolved in South and Central America and the Caribbean, since the first encounter with Europeans in the 16th century. Rich, varied writing from international scholars examines the diversity of religious practices and beliefs.

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