Spirituality

Front Cover of To Be a Pilgrim

By describing the Anglican ethos in historical context, with its emphasis on reason, moderation, liturgy and culture, readers can more easily see the grounding from which this faith tradition emerges.

The most influential theological writing of the 20th century, in one groundbreaking series.

The most influential theological writing of the 20th century, in one groundbreaking series.

Front cover of The World is Charged

This book addresses a pressing need in classrooms everywhere to explain the unique nature of the Christian God. Fr. Smith observes that many intelligent and well-educated Catholics understand transcendence in a way that denies Jesus' humanity.

Front cover of Passion and Paradise

Does God suffer, and can we be close to God when we suffer? Gregory of Nyssa, one of the three most influential theologians of the early Church, offers a vision of suffering as part of our progress to final union with God.

Front cover for Path of Wisdom, Path of Peace

In this hardcover gift volume, UN correspondent Felizitas von Schoenborn shares a rare, intimate, and wide-ranging interview with the Dalai Lama. Offering compelling insight on the Dalai Lama's philosophy of life, the book also guides us toward lives of greater wisdom and peace.

Front Cover for 7 Essentials for the Spiritual Journey

Stories and writings from wisdom traditions that illustrate the seven basics we need on the spiritual path.

Front cover for Word on Fire

Word on Fire is one of the leading introductions to Catholic faith and culture. Fr. Barron shares enthusiastically the riches of Christian belief and tradition though his lively presentation of art, music, painting, poetry, philosophy and saints’ lives to illustrate the Gospel message.

Front cover for The Wisdom of the Little Flower

This book reveals that Thérèse of Lisieux is also a true bearer of modern spirituality rooted in the stream of great thinkers from Augustine and Thomas to Dostoyevsky, Kierkegaard, and Edith Stein. Contains thoughtful, inspiring reflection.

Front cover of Who Owns the Bible?

In a world where people on all sides of major debates claim to speak for the Bible, how do we find our way back to a genuine understanding of scripture? In Who Owns the Bible?, Karl Donfried shows the inadequacy of the liberal Left, the far Right, and even mainstream Christian churches to grapple well with how to hear the witness of scripture in our day

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