Spirituality

The Only Necessary Thing

Wendy Greer, a dear friend of Henri Nouwen’s, culled together the spiritual master’s writings on prayer to offer a work that enriches our understanding of the practice of coming close to God. This collection offers profound nurturance for the spiritual life.

A New Set of Eyes

D'Arcy catches fresh and original glimpses of God and shares them in a series of highly intuitive meditations. This popular author's insight and vision unlock the secrets of joy that reside in a true experience of the moment.

The Naked Now

Bestselling author Richard Rohr brings us back to the truths of Christian faith and shows us that non-dualistic thinking, awareness of the present, and release from ego can awaken our spirits and open us to joy, transformation, and enlightenment.

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This illuminating guide to the Native American ritual of the Medicine Wheel makes an ancient spiritual practice available to everyone, Indian and non-Indian alike. It is a ritual grounded in the earth of daily experience yet open to the sky of transcendence.

The Legacy of the Tubingen School

The Catholic Tubingen school was the most creative and influential movement within Catholic theology in the 19th century. The first generation of theologians who worked within its tradition- especially Drey, Mohler, and Kuhn, entered into serious conversation with the major currents of post-Kantian philosophy and gave Catholic thought a new direction which has continued to influence theology in the decades since.

Written with feeling and emotion, this meditative book will inspire many with its brutal honesty as it unfolds the many layers of love and loyalty tinged with fear and betrayal that the Passion evokes.

The very simplicity of meditation is often the greatest problem to would-be meditators. In Light Within, Freeman emphasizes that the fruit of meditation can only be tasted by starting to meditate.

Front cover of Jung and Christianity

Many men and women today are experiencing a crisis of meaninglessness. Religion has traditionally supplied the framework for the individual's quest for meaning, but the institutional church seems unable to perform this function for many twentieth century people.

Front cover of John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila

Half a millennium after they lived and wrote, Teresa and John continue to inspire and confound readers: How can the turn inward to solitude and quiet also bring a person closer to creation? Howell's shows how, for Teresa and John, the dynamic life of the Trinitarian God unites the mind within and the world outside.

Front Cover of The Little Monk

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.

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