Spirituality

Front Cover When You Struggle

Once a person embarks on a spiritual journey questions and roadblocks will come up. Ignatian spirituality and practices hold a treasure  of answers, and no one can explain Ignatian lifestyles as can Fr. Timothy Gallagher. - This little volume of  clear and practical guidelines is invaluable for anyone wanting to grow spiritually.

My Dark Nights

My Dark Nights: Encounters with God was written from the author’s notes taken during his experiences of encounter during two Dark Nights. St. John of the Cross wrote his famous work on “the dark night of the sense” and the “dark night of the spirit.” Each person’s experiences of the two Dark Nights are unique. 

The Mass on the World

Richard Pendergast undertook the development of a Christian cosmology based on reality as process, to replace the medieval static worldview. This is the fascinating lifetime work of a
Catholic priest-scientist, an original thinker who has opened pathways for generations to follow and explore. 

Front Cover Cosmic

Richard Pendergast undertook the development of a Christian cosmology based on reality as process, to replace the medieval static worldview. This is the fascinating lifetime work of a
Catholic priest-scientist, an original thinker who has opened pathways for generations to follow and explore.

Teleios Front Cover

Teleios is the journal published by the Teleios Society, which promotes holistic spirituality in the lives of disciples of Jesus. It is produced by members of Stone-Campbell movement of churches, a Protestant reform movement that grew out of the Second Great Awakening in early nineteenth-century America.

Front cover Make Holy

At the heart of Catholic faith lies recognition that life is enchanted. In a sacramental world ordinary things—water, bread, sexuality—overflow with grace. The Whiteheads remind readers of the saving energy such belief can infuse into our lives. "The Catholic genius lies in the recognition of the world as sacramental. 

Front cover The Politics of Mercy

The Politics of Mercy introduces Catholics, Christians, and people of good will to a hopeful vision of robust Catholic living founded on and energized by the mercy of Christ, which can counter several enormous crises that we face in our time.

Front Cover Christology and Mystical Theology of Karl Rahner

The Christology and Mystical Theology of Karl Rahner delineates what Rahner means by the mysticism of daily life, the mysticism of the masses, the mysticism of the classical masters, the difference between infused and awakened contemplation, the relation of mysticism to Christian perfection, and Rahner’s controversial view that the mystical life does not require a special grace.

With empathic perception and psychological finesse Bernet retraces the destiny of a fervent mother and an audacious woman of the first centuries of the Church. Monica was the mother of Augustine, doctor of the church, whose genius has engaged history for centuries. 

Front Cove Bridge Building

Bridge Building invites readers to consider the practical theological value of metanoia and praxis. This requires a conversion toward social action that seeks to transform personal prejudices and political realities where social injustice is accepted as the cultural norm, specifically regarding the global ecological problem, the plight of migrants and refugees, and extreme global poverty.

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