Life, Justice, Dignity

Front Cover for Tender Fires

If there is one thing needed in the Christian world today, it’s a positive view of sex and relationships. With uncanny warmth, deep compassion and non-judgmental wisdom, Fran Ferder and John Heagle have set the course for a quiet revolution in our hearts and in our churches.

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.

 

Song for Sarah

D’Arcy’s collection of letters written before and after the death of her daughter trace her search for strength and hope through times of anguish. We walk with the young mother through the horror of the accident and like her, find our way illuminated by faith.

Front Cover for Sexual Ethics and The New Testament

From the internationally acclaimed Catholic biblical scholar, this meticulous reading of biblical teaching on sexuality gives insight into how a disciple of Jesus is called to live out his or her existence as a sexual being.

Front Cover for Sabbatical Journey

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.

Front Cover of The Scandalous Message of James

Embedded in the New Testament is a five-chapter uprising known as the Epistle of James. This provocative, and often overlooked letter is the founding document of liberation theology—the theology that seeks to preserve Jesus' "preferential option for the poor."

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 of The Power of the Powerless

Christopher De Vinck's moving account of his life with his brother made a deep impression on the hearts and minds of Americans. Due to a tragedy at birth, Oliver de Vinck was born severely handicapped—blind, mute, crippled, helpless. Despite the doctors' bleak prognosis, his loving parents took him home, where they and their children cared for him. He lived for thirty-three years.

Front Cover of Prophetic Witness

Presenting practical strategies for reform and renewal of the Church, this strikingly direct volume brings together the voices of leading Catholic theologians who offer ideas for change while still showing that feminist reflection can work in support of the Church.

Front Cover of Redemptive Suffering

This compelling book addresses important questions on the meaning of suffering. O’Malley suggests that while reflection and introspection cannot in themselves give meaning to suffering, suffering that is beyond our control can be transformed through action.

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