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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.
Gloria Hutchinson not only reminds us of this master spiritual fact, she shows us how to foster good relationships - with Jesus, ourselves, fellow pilgrims, and God.
This book contains a study of the rich wisdom and theological doctrine in the thoughts and writings of Chiara Lubich whose discovery of God as a God of love was fundamental to the foundation of the Focolare Movement.
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.
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.
In Pathways to Community, well-known author Robert F. Morneau helps readers to focus on their relationships to others and to the larger society by offering a month worth of daily reflections on prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance.
This collection of texts highlights the powerful action of the Holy Spirit at the beginning of the Focolare Movement. It helps us to enter into the intimacy of Chiara Lubich’s relationship with the Holy Spirit and how she communicated to others her passion that he, the ‘unknown God’ may be known, welcomed and loved.
Chiara Lubich sees the Church as a living reality, an event of communion, and she gives a stimulating answer to the question, ‘What is the Church?’ She responds that it is not a ‘what’ but a ‘who’ because the Church is Jesus in the midst of his people. And the task of the Church is to be, within humanity, a catalyst for unity.
The heart yearns for open spaces, for the infinity that can only be found in God. This collection from the Fairacres Chronicle shows how the life of prayer leads to the discovery of the very infinity that the heart craves.
Written in the form of a diary, this book is a collection of the thoughts and reflections of Chiara Lubich during trips to North and South America, and Africa.
These brief extracts chosen by Peter Paine, which have fed him on the journey of his life and sustained him in his Christian ministry, will also inspire the reader to find deeper purpose and meaning in their own life.
While people are agonizing over the need to find solutions to the critical issues of our time, they will only find them in Jesus, and not only in Jesus living in the depths of each individual heart, but in Jesus reigning among people.