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- Richard Deats’ biography of Martin Luther King Jr brings King’s spirit alive to a new generation. King’s belief in the sanctity of life and the spirit of love and compassion inspire us all and challenge each new generation to begin again the quest for truth and justice.
- Like Mother Teresa, Little Sister Magdeleine is someone who has been used to found a new way of life in the Church. Her story is fascinating. It has moments that are touching and moments of high drama, but always it gives witness to the beauty, freshness and power of the Gospel.
- The Love That Comes from God offers an attractive vision of the role of the family in today's world. Chiara Lubich addresses such themes as love, education, and prayer, showing how they shape the spiritual development of the family. This book is a valuable tool for families and those who minister to them.
- Not only was Pavan a principal collaborator of John XXIII in the drafting of the encyclicals Mater et Magistra and Pacem in Terris, but he also had a vital role in the preparation of two of the most important conciliar documents: the pastoral constitution Gaudium et Spes and the declaration on religious freedom.
- We are taken through the different stages in the spiritual life from the initial choice of God to the various trials which lead us into a deeper union with him.
- This anthology offers special insights into the sufferings and joys we meet as we grow in maturity, whether as a result of passing years or of spiritual experience. The contributors range from Teresa of Avila to Mother Teresa, from Julian of Norwich to Teilhard de Chardin.