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.
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.
The complete, unabridged journal of Nouwen’s last year of life. His struggles and joys, and hopes and fears come into vivid relief as each moment unfolds. An intimate encounter with the beloved spiritual guide who has inspired millions of readers.
This third volume of the Church in the 21st Century series brings together the best-known voices in Catholic life and thought to discuss today’s challenges and tomorrow’s hopes for the Catholic Church in America and the world. Presented in cooperation with Boston College.
Humanity has existed for 70,000 years—and organized religion for only 4,500. Spirituality is more fundamental to human nature than doctrinal structures are. What aspects of human spirituality have been submerged by our craving for self-consistent “systems” of belief?
Diarmuid O'Murchu offers penetrating and original insights into the changing spiritual awareness of our time. He believes that we are rapidly out-growing the time-honored but exhausted vision of formal religion.
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.