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Sharing the Stories with Children
A collection of twenty exquisitely illustrated scenes from the Bible, both Old and New Testament, accompanied by a meditation that explains what is happening in the scene, along with the Bible verse that inspired it.
Life & Legacy Henri Nouwen
Michael W. Higgins-Kevin Burns
An intimate look at this important spiritual writer's life, enriched with the personal accounts of some of the people closest to him: friends, family, and colleagues. A twelve-page photo section is included.
Lawrence Boadt; Revised and Updated by Richard Clifford and Dani
Reading the Old Testament was recognized as a classic almost from its date of publication in 1984. Without in any way diminishing its famed clarity, judiciousness, and theological depth, two prominent scholars, Richard Clifford and Daniel ...
Keith F Pecklers
Father Keith Pecklers' remarkable new book is a history of liturgy from its origins in the second century, when it came to be associated with Christian worship, to its manifestations in the present day church. Written by one of the foremost ...
Battle for Meaning
A balanced presentation of the council's key issues and their interpretation by major theologians and church historians at work in global Catholicism.
David Richo, PhD
Popular best-selling author and therapist David Richo provides here a detailed and straightforward vision of what faith and spirituality can look like in adult consciousness.
Reflections on Lectionary Readings
Dr. Dianne Bergant, CSA
A well-known biblical scholar presents thought-provoking reflections on the lectionary readings for each Sunday and feast for the Year of Matthew.
Liturgy, Unity & Individuism
Dennis C. Smolarski
Liturgy, which tries to foster the unity of the body of Christ, can be a countercultural experience since trends in modern American society emphasize individualism.
Humanity of the Lord
Wilfrid J. Harrington
A noted biblical scholar, revered teacher, and graceful author writes movingly and with profound insight about Jesus as a human being.
Professional Ethics for Pastoral Ministers
Rev. Richard Gula, SS
Offers a theological-ethical framework for reflecting on the moral responsibilities of the pastoral minister as a professional person.
A program of preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation modeled on the RCIA for Roman Catholic teenagers in grades 8-12.
Faith, Hope, & Life of the Earliest Christian Communities, 50-70 C.E.
Aaron Milavec, PHd
A fresh translation and extensive commentary of The Didache that places the text in the context of how the earliest Christians saw themselves in relation to the surrounding Roman, pagan society.
A beautifully illustrated book that is helpful in preparing children for what will happen on that special day when they meet Jesus in a new way. Full-color illustrations. Ages 5-9.
An Introductory Guide to Insight
Dr. Terry J. Tekippe
A first reading guide to Lonergan's Insight, emphasizing what is truly essential and central to the work.
Here are witty and startling perceptions of the "feminine" nature of God by one of the greatest of all English mystics. Julian (1342-c.1423) was an anchoress who lived in solitude in Norwich, England.
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