Do you feel like you’re in spiritual exile?
Have you lost your sense of God’s presence in your daily life?
Do you long for true intimacy with God?
Through the wisdom of a life lived in God's love and service, Paul Marshall reassures you that you can fi... show more
Christmas is the season most difficult to grasp and understand in all its spiritual richness. The sentimentality and commercialism that dominate the season tend to obscure the profound mystery at its heart: the Incarnation.
"What is all this contemplative prayer people are talking about these days? I never heard anything about that back in my parish. Is this really part of the Christian tradition or some New Age import from Buddhism or some other -ism?" The question came ... show more
“You see, my son, the saints are not so different than you or me. Their stories reveal them to be very much human. However, this frailty does not weaken their witness or holiness, but rather extends to us the invitation to the same life amidst our own ... show more
The Bible is ancient, enigmatic, and from a culture vastly different from our own. That’s why most of us find it hard to read. So how can we understand its importance in the church, and how can it enrich our lives? Central to lectio divina is the convi... show more
Learn to pray with (every part of) the Bible.
Do you already read the Bible and apply its teachings in your everyday life? Well, there's much more to how you might understand the words of the Old and New Testaments, according to popular educator Page ... show more
Writing to God – Kid’s’ Edition offers guidance to kids that parents can also appreciate: It invites them to speak to God creatively through their pens (or pencils, or crayons).
In 35 days, kids are invited to pray to God using their senses, reflectin... show more
In Wonderful and Dark Is This Road, Emilie Griffin invites us to discover the fascinating, yet often misunderstood, spiritual path of mysticism. Griffin explores the origins of mysticism, the different expressions and gifts of mysticism, and the recogn... show more
This bold, fresh look at the historical Jesus and the Jewish roots of Christianity challenges both Jews and Christians to re-examine their understanding of Jesus’ commitment to his Jewish faith. Instead of emphasizing the differences between the two re... show more
The invisible world of angels is so often overlooked, though it has been present since before the dawn of Creation, offering attentive service and protection to humankind. Based on Catholic teaching, Angels for Kids offers proof of the true existence o... show more
This book unearths the teachings of St. Dominic on prayer in a most accessible way. Dominic believed that the soul is moved by the body and then the body is able to respond back–the two work together in prayer. Each of the ten forms of prayer, here, is... show more
"A deeply inspiring overview of the grand epic of cosmic, biological, and cultural evolution written for Christians and grounded in scientific revelation. Bravo!" ~ Michael Dowd, author of Thank God for Evolution
What would the biblical creation story... show more
Allow the Mother of Jesus to teach you new ways to pray.
This new series of books is designed to open up the meaning of one ancient way of Christian prayer in a relatively short amount of time. In Praying with Mary you will discover:
• The mother of ... show more
The most engaging and complete collection available of this 14th century English mystic
The Revelations of Julian of Norwich is the first book written in English by a woman – in this case, by a 14th century recluse who recounts the poignant, subtle, a... show more