Through the lens of Christology, a new approach to the theology of religions.
How the practice of Catholicism can transform culture and foster a world of justice and joy, peace and prosperity, liberty and love.
A wonderful collection of inspirational ideas from great spiritual writers to enrich you every day of every year!
Prayers gathered from around the world by the Maryknoll family of Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, lay missioners, and supporters.
Inspiring meditations from a modern monk, living in the "desert" of the inner city.
The modern icons of Robert Lentz and the reflections of Joan Chittister give us the lives of over two dozen saints, prophets, and witnesses who speak to the spiritual questions of our time.
An African perspective on Pope Francis’s understanding of what the church should be, called to mission in a wounded world.
How do the needs of the world guide our choices about what to do with our lives?
For anyone engaged in or preparing for Christian service, here is an essential guide for deeper reflection.
The author of "A Sacred Voice is Calling" explores the lifelong process of human becoming through the biblical call to justice, love, and humility.
Nouwen's final gift, now in softcover.
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.
Two activist scholars offer scriptural foundations for the cause of restorative justice.
Profiles individuals who illustrate the challenge of peacemaking, reconciliation, and restorative justice.
Revised to include new essays as well as reflections on the recent beatification of Oscar Romero.
Introduces Carmelite spirituality, from the hermits of Mount Carmel to the sixteenth-century Spanish mystics, to Therese of Lisieux and Edith Stein.
"The opposite of authentic hope isn't despair. It is inauthentic hope. Inauthentic hope is optimism disconnected from reality. . ."
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."
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.
How one middle-class parish made an option for the poor and rediscovered the Gospel.
Shows how participation in the Eucharist can mobilize not only individual sharing but community action to end hunger.
The Pope’s most prophetic writings on the environment.
A new edition of the best-selling classic on official Catholic Social Teaching.
An essential collection of primary documents, from Pope Leo XIII's encyclical Rerum Novarum (1891) through Vatican II and Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato Si' (2015).
Offers a comprehensive selection of works by the renowned ethicist, including previously unpublished lectures and spiritual writings.
The mother of a murder victim makes the case against capital punishment.
The wondrous saving grace of Jesus comes alive in both image and word.
One of the most significant contributions of Latin America to the church and theology today.
Reviews three basic models of theology in Western Christianity: moral, mystical, pastoral.
From one of the world's most prophetic voices, an inspiring summary of the Christian message in the context of an evolving universe.
The extraordinary story of how, among the nomadic Masai people of Tanzania, a Western missioner "finds" the gospel message he came to preach.
Concerned practitioners of Christian compassion face some vexing questions: how do we avoid a kind of "poverty toursim" or "slacktivism" in our response to suffering.
The remarkable story of a new college that could spark a revolution in higher education.
One of the world’s most creative theologians offers wide-ranging reflections on the role of the Holy Spirit in the birth of the cosmos, in the life of the church, and in the hopes and struggles of the poor.
A theological exploration of the need for Christian compassion in today's world.
From St. Augustine and St. Paul, to Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, and Dostoevsky, Forest shows how the practice of confession draws us deeper into a loving relationship with God, the body of Christ, and our fellow sinners.
From the well-known spiritual writer, a full year’s worth of weekly “conversation starters” to help readers be still and know God.
In light of Christ's passion, a psychologist and theologian struggles to understand and respond to the practice of torture and the sufferings of the "crucified people."
The inspiring testament of Maryknoll missioner Bob McCahill, and his work among the Muslim poor of Bangladesh.
Drawing on scripture, theology, and the psersonal experience of their daughter's severe disablitiy, the authors explore the theological meaning of disbility and the special insights it affords into the mystery of God's Trinitaian being.
A collection of the published work by Dorothy Day.
Presents new and traditional environmental topics and analyzes the crucial decisions to be made in light of religious ethics.
In these simple, heartfelt reflections, Cardinal Tagle of the Philippines shares how Christian community offers rich possibilities for love, faith, hope, and unity in diversity.
An engaging meditation on how the fullness of being a Christian entails an embrace of creation.
A guide to living the Gospel as if the world mattered.
A popular Catholic author and theologian brings to light the meanings of meal, sacrifice, and real presence.
A path to God in which the truth of a life lived in discernment is consistent with Christian spirituality.
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.
The counter-cultural message of St. Francis for the church, the world, and for disciples of Christ today.
A classic critique of the idolatry of consumerism.
An introduction to the Anabaptists.
Jesus breathes in every sentence and comes to life on every page in a book that only John Shea could write.
A leading spiritual writer provides deep insight into some of the best-known verses of the Bible.
Writings and letters by the Austrian farmer who chose death rather than serve the Third Reich.
Shows how friendship, in the Old Testament as well as the life and teachings of Jesus, is the heart of true Christian community around the world.
More than fifty drawings and engravings by master engraver Fritz Eichenberg evoke an eternal message of compassion and peace.
Leading Catholic scholars explore the agenda of Vatican II and the future of the church.
A modern spiritual master offers a simple guide to the ancient practice of Christian mediation.
An original exploration of the life of Jesus and the teachings of Gandhi--one that puts nonviolent action at the very heart of Christian salvation.
Explores the ways in which we worship false gods, and what can happen when we let them go and open ourselves to the experience of divine Love and Wisdom.
A critical assessment of globalization by leading Catholic thinkers.
A revised edition of the text that provides a theological reading of globalization and a global reading of theology.
An inspiring full-color celebration of our journey together in God, from the award-winning editor and publisher of Maryknoll magazine.
Lessons taught and learned by the beloved spiritual writer, Henri Nouwen, while living among missioners and the poor they serve in Latin America.
Offers a new translation of the original story of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and reflects on its meaning for the faithful and the church today.
The Salesian tradition is rooted in the witness of two extraordinary saints - Francis de Sales and Jane de Chantal.
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.
A book on faith, doubt and the quest for certitude for all those who ever asked, How can I know there is a God?
A richly illustrated introduction to the life and thought of one of the most popular and beloved spiritual writers of our time.
Through her own words, brings to light the life and message of a modern martyr, Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford.
In the tradition of midrash, here are twenty-one stories of "gospel women."
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