Spirituality

Front cover of Hildegard

Born to a wealthy family in 1098, tithed to the Church and delivered into the life of an anchorite at age seven, Hildegard was uniquely gifted with visual and auditory experiences of God for perhaps all of her 87 years. But not until a riveting command at the age of 42 did she gradually and reluctantly accept God's invitation to speak, challenge, and console in God's name. The result—a rich legacy of books, music, arts, holistic healing, and theology—is thriving today.

Front Cover for The True Meaning of Christmas

Children and grown-ups alike will revel in the holiday magic as Santa recalls his favorite memories of the Feast of Light. Cuddle in close and listen to glowing tales of Christmas spirit and the gifts of kindness that money can’t buy.

Front Cover for The Heart of the World

Beloved author, Thomas Keating helps us find the nourishment, fulfillment, and divine respite of interior silence. As fresh and vibrant today as ever, this illuminating work draws us towards an intimate understanding of the contemplative center of Christianity.

The Growth of Mysticism

A spectacular tour of Christian mysticism as it evolved, from 500 C.E. to 1200 C.E. The volume examines the unique contributions of such figures as Pope Gregory the Great, John Scottus Eriugena, William of St. Thierry, Hugh of St. Victor, and Bernard of Clairvaux.

Front Cover for Grace In Action

A collection of essays from Richard Rohr and other individuals involved in the Center for Action and Contemplation, this volume speaks to the radical power activated when people come together to bring God’s healing love into the world.

Front cover for The Good News According to Luke

Richard Rohr shares his understanding of Luke's message for today's reader. Grounded in scholarship but accessible to a general audience, this commentary sheds light on the creation of the Bible and ways that we think about God's word.

Front cover of The God of Jesus Christ

Walter Cardinal Kasper describes this book as a strong plea to make the God-question once again the fundamental theological question. It is intended primarily for students of theology, but Kasper also addresses "all who have a deeper interest in the theological questions connected with the faith.

Front cover of From East to West

Drawing from his experience overseeing and training young monks in Madagascar, India and Congo, the author, a Benedictine priest, offers this history of monasticism in Asia and the Middle East.

Front Cover of Five Great Catholic Ideas

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This book is an exploration of several foundational principles of Catholic doctrine presented on a level accessible to a broad range of readers. It is rooted in the conviction that today many people who are neither professional theologians nor ministerial students share an interest in the work of theology.

Front Cover for God Fleshed

Drawing on the rich content of the Scriptures, tradition and history, God-Fleshed offers a comprehensive roadmap of the quest for the Jesus of history and Christ of faith. The fact that the Eucharist has taken on the actual form of flesh and blood gives the authors a specific perspective to trace the story of a God who becomes man and dies for humanity.

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