Spirituality

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

Front cover of What the Bible Really Teaches

Keith Ward’s new book is a vigorous and lively contribution to the debate on the authority of scripture—how we read the Bible, and how, he believes, a fundamentalist reading is unsustainable. Thoroughly grounded in the Bible, suffused with a profound and clear understanding of theology, this is a book that will enlighten many and help the many Christians who struggle with these issues.

Front cover of What Our Kids Teach Us About Prayer

We’re all accustomed to hearing about prayer from mystics, preachers, and spiritual masters, but what if we could learn from listening to our children? In What Our Kids Teach Us About Prayer, Reverend Watkins looks at the struggles everyone endures as they try to pray and shows how children lead us out of those struggles with their candor, humor, and willingness to say absolutely whatever is on their minds.

Front cover of Walking with the Celtic Saints

This light and enjoyable book is a series of stories and reflections on the Celtic saints. Each of the 15 chapters begins with a semi-fictional story or event from the life of a saint, showing some characteristic quality for which he or she is known. This is followed by a reflection that combines history and inspiration.

Front cover of View from the Altar

View from the Altar opens a window into the lives of dedicated men of the Church who have repeatedly had to relearn their most cherished traditions, rituals, and roles.

Front cover of Turning Point

This eminently rereadable account of the birth control commision is a fine popular history and an incalcuable contribution to ongoing discussion about conception and the Catholic Church.

Front cover of Turning Home

The bestselling author of "Follow Your Heart" now presents two essays: "Even in Darkness" and "Not a Color, but a Light". "Turning Home" is part religious reflection and part exploration of fear loneliness, and the great longing of the human heart to be happily home.

Front Cover for Why We Look Up

Gems for devotional reading and inspiration on a wealth of questions that matter to us most—such as the meaning of suffering, the glory of creation, prayer, and our personal relationship with God.

Front Cover of Why Be Catholic?

This book asks: Is the question of being Roman Catholic the same as the question of how you like your roast beef cooked, or the same as the question of your being of some ethnic group, or the same as the question of your being Democrat or Republican? This book hopes that it is as important as any of these questions.

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