Theology

Front Cover for Quantum Theology

Drawing parallels between the behavior of subatomic particles and the essence of spirituality, Diarmuid O’Murchu knits together the substance and source of creation, showing that new findings in science only lead us to deeper truths about the nature of the divine.

Front Cover of Priests for the 21st Century

This third volume of the Church in the 21st Century series brings together the best-known voices in Catholic life and thought to discuss today’s challenges and tomorrow’s hopes for the Catholic Church in America and the world. Presented in cooperation with Boston College.

Front Cover of Prayer and the new Testament

A theologically provocative and spiritually fulfilling introduction to the latest scholarship on prayer and The New Testament.

The Practice of Faith

“Karl Lehmann and Albert Raffelt…have compiled this book from the large collection of what [Rahner] called his works of piety. These sixty-five essays using the framework of the theological virtues of faith, hope, and love concentrate on the essentials of the spiritual life…This is a book you will mark up and return to again and again.”

—Contemplative Review

Front cover for The Practice of Communicative Theology

Members of a growing international theological movement consider how, in a globalized world, communication about faith can be intelligent and effective. This remarkable book will deepen our conversations and strengthen our communities.

Front Cover of The Power of Solitude

The word “solitude" may provoke a sigh of relief or the anxiety of loneliness. But a significant dimension of our spiritual lives is most deeply encountered in solitude, which offers a unique opportunity for personal growth and encounters with God.

Front Cover for The Pope's Army

The Swiss Guard takes ultimate responsibility for the safety of the Pope and makes a striking impression at every official ceremony. Robert Royal celebrates the guard's special combination of military skill, idealistic conviction, and religious commitment in this readable, richly illustrated volume.

Front Cover of The People's Catechism

A catechetical work that aims to incorporate the insights and objections of contemporary scripture scholars and progressive theologians, in an integrated and readable work aimed at ordinary Catholics.

Front Cover for Paul in Chains

Richard J. Cassidy sheds new light on the relationship between the earliest Christians and Roman authorities. A revealing look at how St. Paul's lengthy imprisonment caused him to change his views about Roman rule and secular power.

Front Cover for The Paradox of Christian Sacrifice

Biviano unveils a new vision of authentic sacrifice and shows it to be a means of self-giving that is an emulation of God's creativity, distinct from oppressive, societal tendencies. A hopeful, feminist, Christian discussion of faithful devotion of oneself to others.

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