Theology

Front Cover for Wrestling With God

Barbara Fiand calls readers to a deeper awareness of the transformation of consciousness that is beckoning everywhere. She invites us to let this transformation affect our lives and shape our priorities.

Front Cover of Women in the New Testament

Many fragments of women's stories survive in the New Testament texts, which were composed by men. Why did they include so many references to women and why are women, as a group, treated so positively by the male New Testament writers?

Front Cover of Women Deacons in the Early Church

Can women be ordained? Have they been ordained in the past, as deacons, and fully accepted in ministry? This historical study tries to prove that women have served as deacons, and hence that they might serve as priests.

Front Cover of Why Be Catholic?

This book asks: Is the question of being Roman Catholic the same as the question of how you like your roast beef cooked, or the same as the question of your being of some ethnic group, or the same as the question of your being Democrat or Republican? This book hopes that it is as important as any of these questions.

Front Cover for When People Grieve

We all suffer losses in life and yet grieving, and supporting those in pain can be a touchy, confusing prospect. D’Arcy’s compassionate guidance, gleaned from her own experience of tragic loss, will help you comfort the bereaved and nurture the healing process.

Front Cover for Wayfarers in the Cosmos

In this eye-opening book, two astronomers from the Vatican’s observatory present their views on the profound developments in our knowledge about the world—from the discoveries of Copernicus and Galileo, to the wonders of quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity.

Front Page of Watch and Pray With Me

Like all the great spiritual masters, Rahner is at his best when dealing with matters of the heart like this one: suffering and the soul's journey to God.

Front Cover of Walking on Water

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 The von Balthasar Reader

Once-neglected, this Swiss theologian is now seen as one of the greatest thinkers of his century—and a profound influence on Vatican II and subsequent popes.  Here is a representative sample that points to his depths.

Front Cover of Two Centuries of Faith

To celebrate the archdiocese of Boston’s bicentennial, this informative volume chronicles a wide range of Boston history with a particular concentration on religion.

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