Theology

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.

Front Cover for Simplicity

One of Fr. Rohr’s bestselling books, this revised and updated edition teaches us a receptivity to the revelation of God and shows how seeking to embrace our inner powerlessness can lead us into community with the poor and suffering.

Front Cover for She Who Is

How can we rediscover the feminine within the Christian tradition? Elizabeth Johnson offers us guidance and insight in this classic. She Who Is reveals a profound vision of women's experience and emancipation in the context of Christian theology.

Front Cover for The Shattered Lantern

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.

Front Cover of The Sermon on the Mount

Too often the Sermon on the Mount has been interpreted as though it were a book itself rather than a portion of a book. Dale Allison insists on the contrary...

Front Cover for Searching The Scriptures

The second in the precedent-setting two volume series, this work convokes the dynamic voices of 40 women scholars, called together by the illustrious Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, to reimagine and reinterpret the bible in a vigorous, feminist interpretation of individual scriptural texts.

Front Cover for Searching The Scriptures

Recognized as a landmark in biblical interpretation, this first volume of Searching the Scriptures shares the insight of women scholars from around the world, empowering readers with an incisive understanding of the historical and sociopolitical issues involved in feminist critical analysis.

Front Cover of Searching for Truth

John Polkinghorne dares to ask the questions that would seem to be too dangerous to ask—and he comes up with some answers, which are deeply satisfying to both mind and heart.

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