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The author invites the reader to a deeper prayer life. This book is a practical aid to anyone who wishes to put Christianity into practice.
Using his profound experience and acute insight, George Maloney offers a theological and scriptural basis for the often unaddressed subject of Christian joy. He draws from such sources as the early eastern mystics and reveals the treasure of joy that God wants to give to each and every one of us.
Chiara Lubich was an extraordinary woman, an apostle of dialogue in ecumenism, in interreligious dialogue, and among people of no religious affiliation.
Chiara Lubich is now being called a great Catholic mystic of our times. Here we encounter this mystical side of Chiara who is also the bearer of a charism, a gift from the Holy Spirit in response to the special needs of the Church and of the world.
A faith perspective for reflecting on the experience of ageing, drawing especially upon the wisdom of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
These brief, yet incisive commentaries on the Sunday lectionary serve a variety of purposes. They can be an aid to those preparing homilies, a source of personal meditation, or a way of deepening one’s understanding of the Gospels while following the Church’s liturgy.
As one of today’s foremost scholars on the Hebrew scriptures, the author will help you not only to understand the Book of Daniel, but to use it for prayer and in your everyday life.
In this perceptive commentary, McKenna shows that Matthew’s gospel is balm and hope for the Church today.
Fr. Robert J. Karris presents the entire NAB text, section by section, followed by theologically solid, heartfelt commentaries written in a non-technical yet clear, precise, highly readable style. An invaluable source for personal reading, Bible study groups, and preachers.
Jay Cormier offers helpful reflections that will spark the Sunday conversation about the Gospel of Matthew around the parish table.
From Glory to Glory encourages scriptural/communal prayer. Texts are selected from the Gospel of John and the Letters of Paul.
The lectionary readings for the entire Christmas season come alive through the stories and reflections of popular author Megan McKenna. Her words show us how we can centre our lives on bringing justice and peace into the world while we wait for Jesus, the Son of God, to come among us.
For Christians of our time, Megan McKenna explores the meaning of the blessings and woes pronounced by Jesus on the plains of Galilee.
These brief, yet incisive commentaries on the Daily lectionary serve a variety of purposes. They can be an aid to those preparing homilies, a source of personal meditation, or a way of deepening one’s understanding of the Gospels while following the Church’s liturgy.