Spirituality

Front Cover of Finding God in All Things

These essays deal with four major themes: the relationship between belief and unbelief, the connection between religion and science, the interpenetration of theology and spirituality, and the nature and value of higher education within the Catholic context—themes that reflect the persistent quest to discern the presence and action of God within the multiple dimensions of human existence.

Front Cover for A Faith That Makes Sense

This collection of reflections is aimed at helping people grow in their sense of peace, purpose, and joy. The simple, one to two-page readings present elements common to many faiths and provide profound material for contemplation and meditation.

Everything Belongs

The one book every Rohr reader must own. This bestselling guide goes to the heart of Christianity and teaches us how to let go of ego and open to the connecting and integrating power of contemplation.

Front Cover for The Enneagram

Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert's runaway bestseller unveils the dynamic, personal evolution that the Enneagram offers. This updated resource discusses the applications of the ancient tool for discernment and reveals the harmony between its principles and the core truths of Christian thought.

Front Cover of Discernment and Truth

Discernment and Truth is a series of extended meditations on discernment in the Christian life. Each chapter investigates the way thinkers, writers, and theologians from the Christian tradition have grappled with the questions surrounding discernment.

Directions for Communication

Willi Lambert's exploration of the life and writings of St. Ignatius Loyola yields a fruitful and fascinating model of communication for people of all walks of life.

Front Cover for Created for Joy

Sidney Callahan examines the reality of suffering and draws on the insights of psychology, evolutionary biology, and creation theology to come to new conclusions about our relationship to difficulty and pain. A Christian perspective on the trials and joys of life.

Front cover of The Changing Shape of Our Salvation

Is there an afterlife? If so, how can I be saved? For traditional Christians, the fate of the soul after death is the most pressing question of life. But many Christians have never learned the way that concepts of the afterlife evolved throughout the Hebrew Scriptures, New Testament, and church history.

Front Cover for The Contemplative Experience

Steeped in the imagery of the biblical Song of Songs and the bridal mysticism of the early Church, this book celebrates monastic eros and invites each one of us to experience true contemplative bliss.

Front Cover for Christian Spirituality: Origins to the Twelfth Century

Essays in this volume discuss the early history of the church, gnostic spirituality, monasticism, the great fathers, soteriology, the Trinity, anthropology, grace, Christian art, the sacraments, prayer, and spiritual guidance.

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