View the Current Catalog View Foreign Rights Catalog
A fresh look at the life of Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, with new information from her published letters and diaries, and illustrated with almost 200 photos.
A treasury of inspired readings from cherished writers to enrich you every day of the Lenten season through Easter Week—and beyond.
This poetic book on the Trinity offers reflections on the inter-personal dimensions of God and spells out the implications for spiritual life.
Two activist scholars offer scriptural foundations for the cause of restorative justice.
Profiles individuals who illustrate the challenge of peacemaking, reconciliation, and restorative justice.
Demonstrates how amer-eurocentric understandings of Jesus and God clash with American Indian worldviews, and how American Indian Christians define themselves and their faith today.
From the Anabaptists to Thich Nhat Hanh, the evolution of a powerful American idea.
Drawing on classic liberation theology offers a compelling argument for a paradigm shift in our response to the interrelated crises of poverty and the environment
This highly praised text provides a contemporary and global perspective on doing Catholic theology today.
The best-selling author of Quantum Theology addresses all Christians, especially theologians, to see how humanity's "deep past can empower us to embrace the profound changes that face us today."
New insights into the evolution of spiritual wholeness in creation through the lens of quantum biology.
Examines Christian complicity in anti-black racism and mobilizes Christian resources to challenge it.
Revised to include new essays as well as reflections on the recent beatification of Oscar Romero.
Joining the wisdom of East and West, a modern spiritual master proposes a new Christian mysticism for the third millennium, one that will help humanity to transcend violence and heal the earth.
A basic textbook in religious ethics for today's Catholic studients and young adults.
A spiritual gem, focusing on the ways the practices of Zen and Christianity can enrich each other.
Biblical tales and themes interwoven with traditional wisdom of an African woman.
An essentital work that clarifies who we are in God and what we are to each other and what our purpose in life is.
Peter Phan reflects on how people can be genuinely religious if they live "interreligiously."
The amazing stories that Jesus told about the kingdom of heaven re-presented with spiritual truths that are as eye-opening now as they were then.
An eyewitness to the struggles over Catholic church reform takes the reader through decades of social change and church life.
The complete text of Queridia Amazonia, as well as the preliminary document, Pope Francis's homily from the opening Mass, an introduction by journalist Christopher Lamb, and comment by Cardinal Czerny.
An African Christian surveys global megatrends to argue that immigrant groups are having a decisive impact on Christianity far different than those in the West expect.
Where do we find hope in the hard work of human development?
A canonist and lawyer explores religious life today, its changes, challenges, and the emerging currents among the smaller cohorts of younger religious in mainstream communities.
J. Severino Croatto addresses the problem of how to read the Bible in order to bring its most profound and timeless meaning to life.
A revised edition of a landmark in contemporary biblical criticism, "Quite simply, the most important commentary of a bok of Scripture since Barth's 'Romans'."--Walter Wink, The Christian Century
How one middle-class parish made an option for the poor and rediscovered the Gospel.
This examination of the history of BLM and the Catholic church's involvement in slavery, presents a radical call to dignity and equality for all people.
In relating the story of the Black Lives Matter movement through a Christian lens, readers—Catholic and others—will gain insights and a deeper understanding of the movement and why it can help the church, and the country, move closer to racial equality
A creative postcolonial reading of Black Elk--a Lakota holy man and a Catholic catechist.
A new edition of a classic of contemporary theology, a product of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements in 1960's America and still relevant and challenging after 50 years.
Offers a theological narrative of the Creator Spirit as a story with four continuing episodes--creation, grace, the Christ-event, and the church.
View the Current Catalog
© 1970-2022 Orbis Books. Powered by Ecommerce solutions