Front Cover of The Many Faces of the Christ

In this volume the noted scholar Ben Witherington, III discusses in chronological order the New Testament evidence of what the historical Jesus did, what he said, and what those around him believed.

Front Cover of Love Without Calculation

When on a sabbatical in Tahiti, a renowned religious thinker took a break from the scholarly works, libraries, and footnotes to write about the core of Catholic faith—that God poured himself out into the beauty of creation. The result is this colorful, heartfelt, and evocative book that promises to become a classic of religious literature.

Front Cover The Local Church

Is the true meaning of Catholicism to be found in the papacy, which should establish the framework for the rest of the church? Or does Catholicism exist primarily at the local level, in individual dioceses and parishes, each with their own practices and theologies?

Front Cover of A Listening Heart

In this book, Brother David Steindl-Rast, who has been a monk for more than 50 years, argues that every sensual experience—whether the joy of walking barefoot or the fragrance of the season—should be recognized as a spiritual one.

Front Cover of Light in the Darkness

This is the third and final volume in a trilogy of insightful reflections on some of our oldest and favorite prayers.

Front Cover for Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina, a spiritual discipline practiced for more than a thousand years, has undergone a recent resurgence in popularity. Father Pennington introduces the method of contemplative listening that opens us to an experience of God's presence through the sacred scriptures.

Front Cover of The Law and the New Testament

A rich and accessible treatment of what the Mosaic Law means for Christians today: to what extent do Christians remain bound by the Law and to what extent have they been freed from its strictures?

Front Cover of Karl Rahner

Given the extraordinary contribution Father Rahner made to Catholic theology, his significant contributions to modern spirituality are often overlooked. Here, a colleague and fellow Jesuit offers passages from Rahner’s work with clear and engaging insights into Rahner’s mystical vision.

Front Cover for The Joy of Being Wrong

This pioneering work of theological anthropology looks at original sin in the light of the resurrection, and shows how forgiveness has become the way of transformation.

Front Cover for Journey To Easter

Walk with Pope Benedict XVI through the 40 days of Lent, setting aside the distractions of daily life to rediscover the significance of Jesus's experiences and to access ample inspiration for your spiritual path.