The fascinating story of Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen of Seattle provides an historic look at a critical turning point for the American Catholic church.
Selections from the writings of one of the leading Jewish theologians and philosophers of the 20th century, edited by his daughter.
Nouwen's final gift, now in softcover.
Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), theologian, doctor, Nobel Peace Prize winner--was a remarkable figure of the twentieth century.
Classic reflections on the Gospel by a 20th century martyr with an Introduction by Thomas Merton.
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.
Bringing together the wisdom of East and West, the Indian Jesuit Anthony de Mello used stories and parables to awaken his listeners to an awareness of God's presence in their midst. Since his death in 1987, countless readers have been challenged to encounter DeMello's message.
Revised to include new essays as well as reflections on the recent beatification of Oscar Romero.
This book, which draws on his autobiographical volumes and his many other works, presents the ideal entry to the cosmic and mystical vision of a great spiritual guide.
A creative postcolonial reading of Black Elk--a Lakota holy man and a Catholic catechist.
Selected writings and biography of Brother Roger Schutz (1915-2005) the beloved founder of Taizé, the ecumenical monastic community in France, dedicated to reconciliation among Christians and all peoples, and famous for its music.
Carretto's reflections on God, the church, prayer, engagement with the world, and the mystery of suffering and death.
A collection of rare texts, interviews and unpublished personal letters from a "divine eccentric," a gifted reader of souls and one of the most intriguing modern spiritual writers.
These writings, drawn from twenty-five books, highlight her distinctive spiritual message, with its emphasis on the presence of God, the practice of prayer, a love for the church, and a dedication to the social dimensions of the gospel.
"To receive the grace of God you must go to the desert and stay awhile . . ."--Charles de FoucauldA full introduction to Charles de Foucauld.
The extraordinary story of how, among the nomadic Masai people of Tanzania, a Western missioner "finds" the gospel message he came to preach.
A collection of writings by Clarence Jordan, a Southern Baptist who founded an interracial church in the pre-civil rights south.
Essential writings from a modern prophet and peacemaker.
A wonderful selection of writings by one of the most influential spiritual writers of our time, on gratefulness, prayer, silence, and love.
The inspiring testament of Maryknoll missioner Bob McCahill, and his work among the Muslim poor of Bangladesh.
Essential original writings of the pastor who defied the Nazis and paid with his life includes a substantial biographical introduction.
This unburied hidden treasure presents Dupuis’ life story and his views on religious pluralism, interreligious dialogue, and ecclesiology.
These selections from his many books highlight Dom Helder's distinctive blend of spirituality and social vision. They point toward the renewal of the church, the transformation of the social order, and the healing of a wounded planet.
Deeply rooted in the spiritual tradition of the Christian church and intensely engaged in the struggle for justice, Dorothee Soelle's writings and radical thought are a model for faith-inspired activism.
A collection of the published work by Dorothy Day.
In the years after World War I, Eberhard Arnold abandoned his career as an academic theologian to live by the radical spirit of the Sermon on the Mount. With his family and a small circle of friends he founded the Bruderhof, a community rooted in the Anabaptist tradition.
Selected writings and biography of Edith Stein (1891-1942) a Jewish convert to Catholicism, an eminent philosopher, educator, and advocate for women.
Profiles of four contemporary women of faith: Sister Helen Prejean, Dr Jane Goodall, Etty Hillesum, and Tensin Palmo.
Etty Hillesum (1914-1943), a young Dutch Jewish woman, died in Auschwitz at the age of 29. Through the publication forty years later of her diaries (An Interrupted Life), the world discovered a remarkable voice that transcends the genre of Holocaust literature.
Offers the voice of a modern pioneer in the mysticism of everyday life.
A moving and inspiring memoir of a Nicaraguan Jesuit priest who consistently followed his faith and conscience to serve the poor.
For the first time in one collection, the spiritual wisdom of one of America's most significant literary figures.
The trials and triumphs of four inspiring and visionary women recognized by the Vatican as Doctors of the Church.
For the first time, links the writings of a couple who worked to make the Catholic faith compelling and understandable in the modern world.
Writings and letters by the Austrian farmer who chose death rather than serve the Third Reich.
Back in print, Dorothy Day's original account of her conversion.
A collection of writing by G.K. Chesterton.
New edition of groundbreaking work Andrew Greeley called "a shining vision".
This biography provides a deeper understanding of one of the world's most beloved spiritual teachers.
"The center of the world—so-called because the crucified Jesus dwells there, and with him all who suffer unjustly—is the place from which we must proclaim the risen Lord." —Gustavo Gutiérrez
Essential writings of the beloved spiritual writer plus a moving biographical essay by the editor, a friend and colleague.
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