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Front Cover of Spiritual Direction

One of today's most eminent Christian leaders describes 10 principles of spiritual direction and 10 guidelines for prayer, discernment, and asceticism. Morneau shares a rich understanding of reverence, the primacy of joy, and gives a series of delightful spiritual exercises for "eclectic nomads."

Front Cover of An Angel For You

Spiritual master and Benedictine monk Fr. Anselm Gruen presents a persuasive way to incorporate the ancient wisdom of angels with our modern world as people strive for a happy, fulfilled life.

Charting a course from the 1960s crack-up of social certitudes through current political meltdowns, George Weigel’s whirlwind tour of Catholicism, politics, literature, sports, and society yields telling insights from a keen observer and a master of the art of the essay.

Front cover of Songlines

This special collection of selected hymn texts and songs, vintage and new, weave together the artist separate personae known to others through three distinct repertoires.

Front Cover for The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola

Written by a foremost expert in Ignatian wisdom, this readable translation and step-by-step commentary reveals the relevance of a spiritual classic to modern life. Stories, analogies, and approachable language make this an ideal companion for anyone seeking inspiration and personal growth.

Front Cover for Seeking the Absolute Love

The author presents a loving introduction to the founders of the monastic orders and shows how St. Benedict and others made a skillful selection from the treasures of the ancients.

Front Cover for Scripture in the Tradition

Scripture in the Tradition links the process of exegesis to the foundation of Christian thought, demonstrating that scriptural interpretation is part of the ongoing reflective life of God and unveiling the process by which the human race approaches the mystery of the divine. 

Front Cover of Prayer and the new Testament

A theologically provocative and spiritually fulfilling introduction to the latest scholarship on prayer and The New Testament.

Front cover of The World as It Could Be

Providing insight and into the world’s most pressing concerns—those of human rights, human dignity, and world peace—bestselling author and priest Thomas D. Williams adds his reassuring voice to the panoply of issues that call to question the meaning of faith

Front Cover for Thomas Aquinas

In this award-winning book, Robert Barron shows how Aquinas’s profound understanding of Christian mystical life animates his writings on Jesus Christ, creation, God’s “strange” nature, humanity (the wonderful hybrid of flesh and spirit), and the divine’s powerful call to ecstasy.

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