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Hearts on Fire shows how—in their process of growth and conversion—the Maryknoll Sisters have made an indelible mark on the church and the world.
The inspiring story of the struggling peoples of the Smokey Mountain garbage dump in Manila, Philippines,and how, through their eyes, Father Benigno Beltran learned to read the Gospel anew.
Raw, unvarnished writings by imprisoned women participating in the writinginsideVT program, whose founders aim "to awaken them to their potential . . . and to help them envision a future that is healthy and productive."
Compares and contrasts Zen traditions of meditation and enlightenment with St. Igantius' famous Spiritual Exercises for attaining Divine Love.
Ancient Jewish traditions offer a guide to reconciliation and peacbuilding in our lives and our world.
On the 25th Anniversary of his death, reflection on the legacy of a Jesuit theologian and martyr.
A new theology of peace that renders the just war theory near mute by making Jesus and his teachings the cornerstone of both theory and practice.
For anyone engaged in or preparing for Christian service, here is an essential guide for deeper reflection.
This collection of essays offers rich fruit to a seeking, questioning generation that is drawn to spirituality but not always to dogmatic religion.
This imaginative reading of the beloved parable of the Prodigal Son bears implications for a church that enters compassionately into the world of those on the margins.
An exploration of the Bible and God’s plan for humankind and the universe through the lens of our evolving role in co-creation with Jesus.
Words and images reflect the perennial appeal of Mary-source of compassion, gentle consoler, fierce protector, feminine face of the divine.
Offers a deep and deeply personal reflection on Merton's prophetic stance again war and violence that is more relevant than ever for our world today.
Previously unpublished sermons on the parables of Jesus will challenge, transform, and inspire.
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.
Confronting the woeful legacy of a centuries-old theology, Johnson shows how the beauty of our faith tradition is deepened by being rooted in ecological reality.
Here, for the first time in print: a powerful selection of sermons and speeches by one of America’s most unforgettable orators and champions of human rights.
An eyewitness to the struggles over Catholic church reform takes the reader through decades of social change and church life.
The best-selling Benedictine sister reflects on images of the Stations of the Cross by a popular contempory artist.
This classic by the renowned Jesuit offers a cogent and challenging exploration of the doctrine at the heart of Christian faith.
The "father of Latin American liberation theology" offers a profound reading of the Book of Job.
Recounts the lives and sacrifices of Maryknoll sisters Ita Ford and Maura Clark, killed by Salvadoran soldiers, and Carla Piette, drowned while working with the poor that she loved.
Scholarly and stimulating look at the importance of the Bible for Blacks and of Blacks in the Bible. "Lucidly written with profound messages . . ."--Black Issues in Higher Education
Fresh views from womanist theologians on theodicy.
Illuminating writings on religion, feminism and environmental issues from Africa, Asia, Latin America.
What would Catholic systematics look like if it were done from a Latino/a perspective?
The Jesuit writer who spent nearly fifty years in Japan here explores why Christian theology must dialogue with science and the religions of the East.
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