An experienced teacher of moral theology applies the latest findings of psychology and theology to age-old questions: How do we follow Jesus? How can we help others to follow him, and build initiatives that encourage the faith to spread spontaneously through society?
Richard Rohr plumbs the depths of the Job's story to reveal its relevance for us today. This important book shows how the tension between suffering and faith can be a powerful means to an authentic connection with the divine.
One of the country's leading Christian counselors shares real-life accounts of people who endured devastating financial, emotional, and professional setbacks and explains how his systematic FAITH-based plan enabled them to survive and thrive through hard times.
An international bestseller, The Little Monk, offers nuggets of wisdom—little aphorisms that reveal great truths. Sometimes surprising or humorous and always down-to-earth, Madeleine Delbrel’s classic will lend strength to the faithful and bring joy and perspective to the weary.
Lectio Divina, a spiritual discipline practiced for more than a thousand years, has undergone a recent resurgence in popularity. Father Pennington introduces the method of contemplative listening that opens us to an experience of God's presence through the sacred scriptures.
Popular spirituality writer Barbara Fiand is back with a moving book inspired by the death of her dearest friend and soul mate. Shadowed by grief, Fiand uses her friend's untimely passing as the starting point for ponderings about the nature of hope and the solace that comes from the beauty of nature speaking to us.
We are called to humility, but self-contempt or crippling self-doubt are something else entirely. Learn the difference, and learn how to overcome scrupulosity, heal the scars of trauma, and embrace the full life Christ wants for you.
This thorough discussion of theologian and martyr Ignacio Ellacuría's perspectives on Christian discipleship explores the nature of Christian salvation, known as soteriology, and its relationship to Christian action. A careful analysis of liberation theology and the impact of Ellacuría’s theological legacy.
Henri Nouwen’s near fatal accident sparked a revelation. His transformative experience of unconditional love at the portal of death and his understanding of the events before and after his accident inspire us to embrace our vital connection to God.
A classic in the field of fostering emotional well-being in children, this practical and profound guide is an invaluable asset for teachers, parents, and counselors of children. Learn to give the love and perspective that make all the difference.