This collection of David Steindl-Rast’s essays directs us back to the true authority—our inner core of knowing. An invitation to reconnect with the wisdom that grounds us, draws no limits, motivates moral actions, and makes us exhilaratingly alive.
In Models of Priestly Formation, Msgr. Charles Murphy explores key moments in the history of priestly education and vocation, and points us toward developments in training that can help priests manage increasingly complex demands on their time and talents.
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.
Fr. Gallagher helps us understand meditation and contemplation—the foundation of all Ignatian prayer—so that we can harness the power of of these resources in our own lives. A great asset for strengthening and renewing the practice of prayer.
Mundy encourages and teaches us to listen to our inner guide, the "still small voice" that speaks for God within us all. Mundy has written a beautiful guide to the Guide who brings peace, assurance and understanding.
An experienced teacher of moral theology applies the latest findings of psychology and theology to age-old questions: How do we follow Jesus? How can we help others to follow him, and build initiatives that encourage the faith to spread spontaneously through society?
Richard Rohr plumbs the depths of the Job's story to reveal its relevance for us today. This important book shows how the tension between suffering and faith can be a powerful means to an authentic connection with the divine.
A theologian renowned for his powerful storytelling abilities and his original thinking offers this comprehensive survey of Catholic doctrines and beliefs, synthesizing them into a cohesive and clear narrative that is accessible to a lay audience.
In the new millennium, the most central question is how to understand God and Jesus. This book is an invitation to Christians—and non-Christians—to challenge their inherited notions of how and why Jesus is to be thought of as divine.
Michael Kennedy, a pastor in East Los Angeles, brings us the contemplative practice that has catalyzed transformation in so many lives. Sit with Jesus and discover an intimate experience of the living God. Includes a CD of meditations narrated by Martin Sheen.