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With tremendous simplicity the author traces a pathway to holiness, exposing some of the pitfalls and offering a host of practical tips.
This little book gives insights on peace from some of the greatest writers and thinkers of all times.
Taken together, these sayings offer a concise summary of the main elements of Benedict’s teachings. They are a joy to read, satisfying the soul’s hunger and quenching the mind’s thirst.
The passages contained in this book are the fruit of a life lived in contemplation, prayer, sacrifice and community living. They bring us back to what is essential in the spiritual life.
The author affirms that beyond the shallow ‘values’ of the everyday world lies true meaning which makes life fulfilling, ecstatic and liberating.
This book studies an often neglected strand of Anglican theological thought, but one which will speak to Christians of all traditions. It shows how issues to do with Mary and her place in salvation history are highly relevant to contemporary concerns.
A thorough exploration of the nature of community and interpersonal relationships as revealed in Sacred Scripture, ‘Becoming Community’ guides readers in reflecting on particular passages from both the Old and New Testaments concerning the circumstances of personal, family, and community life.
Fr. Billy points to the striking benefits and authentic renewal that embracing a spirituality of communion can bring to the life of men and women religious and their communities.
The reflections contained here invite us to ponder our lives and to open our listening hearts to the voice of God, so that our Lent can truly be a Lent in its deepest sense – a spring that buds forth new life.
This is a collection of letters and reflections addressed to those who wish to be guided by the great spiritual teacher, Vincent de Paul.
The commentaries offered here are meditations that bring us the thought of the ages and many traditions – medieval, reformation, counter-reformation and contemporary. It is a rich harvest of Christian spirituality.
This is the first in a three-volume set of carefully chosen gospel commentaries. It conveys a profound richness from a variety of experts.
Spiritual commentaries on Paul’s Letters to Philemon, the Philippians and the Colossians aimed at the non-specialist who wants to understand Paul’s message in terms of daily living.
The author offers an exposition of Paul’s letter to the Romans which is full of insight and reflects on its significance for Christian life today.
Uniting his own expertise in Christian spirituality with the psychology of Carl Jung, Maloney hopes to correct the false image of the dehumanizing (and often unchristian) humility taught in the past. A lively view of what humility really means for the 21st-century Christian.