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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.
For anyone engaged in or preparing for Christian service, here is an essential guide for deeper reflection.
In this timely and compelling book, Kelly Brown Douglas (author, The Black Christ) examines the myths and narratives underlying a “stand-your-ground” culture.
An honest, upbeat guide to living with enthusiasm in our "later" years.
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.
Nouwen's final gift, now in softcover.
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.
A compelling spiritual biography of Julian of Norwich, the English mystic whose Revelations are the first work of Christian theology in English.
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, sixty scholars, clergy, and religious from all over Africa offer a new model and process for doing theology in the 21st century.
Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ is a Jesuit priest who lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya. He is the author of Theology Brewed in an African Pot (Orbis 2008) and editor of Religion and Faith in Africa: Confessions of an Animist (Orbis 2018, Boston College Duffy Lecture Series).
The searing memoir of Sister Dianna Ortiz, an American nun who was abducted and tortured in Guatemala.
A modern spiritual master offers a simple guide to the ancient practice of Christian mediation.
Henri Nouwen's journey to a Mayan town in Guatemala where he hoped to learn more about the life and faith of Fr. Stanley Rother.
Inspiring meditations from a leading Black Catholic writer combined with stunning original art from Kenya, offer a unique spiritual journey for this Lent or any time of the year.
These selections from the sermons and writings of Archbishop Oscar Romero share the message of a great holy prophet of modern times.
Dorothy Day's frank and compelling account of 30 years at the Catholic Worker in New York City.
Her cause for sainthood is now underway.
For the centenary of Merton's birth here is a fresh introduction to the life and work of the acclaimed American Trappist.
Through her own words, brings to light the life and message of a modern martyr, Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford.
Seventy original and classic essays on peace and activism by Dorothy Day, Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen, and many others.
Among Henri Nouwen's enduring gifts was this beautiful reflection on the meaning of the Eucharist, now available in a gift edition with art by Byzantine artist Duccio di Buoninsegna.
A beloved author meditates on the traditional Way of the Cross, through the passion and suffering of the world's poor.
A collection of the published work by Dorothy Day.
This telling meditation on the blessings from the Sermon on the mount shows how we might 'ascend' the Beatitudes to the fullness of Jesus' message.
More than fifty drawings and engravings by master engraver Fritz Eichenberg evoke an eternal message of compassion and peace.
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.
Peter C. Phan continues his seminal series on Asian theology, here focusing on the challenge of mission and inculturation.
Reveals the surprisingly contemporary relevance of the Book of the Apocalypse through a fascinating socio-historical reading of the text.
How the practice of Catholicism can transform culture and foster a world of justice and joy, peace and prosperity, liberty and love.
One of the most significant contributions of Latin America to the church and theology today.
How do the needs of the world guide our choices about what to do with our lives?
A biblically grounded presentation of the value of migrants, immigrants, and refugees to each and all of us.
Spanning seven decades, this treasury of letters between the famous brothers offers extraordinary insight into their social activism, civil disobedience, peacemaking efforts, and sharp critiques of American foreign policy.
Approaches christology as formed through the eyes of the disciples of Jesus.
Presents new and traditional environmental topics and analyzes the crucial decisions to be made in light of religious ethics.
New edition of the classic work on the spirituality of liberation.After twenty years, We Drink from Our Own Wells remains a classic expression of Latin American spirituality by a pioneer of liberation theology. Starting from St. Bernard of Clairvaux's counsel to root spirituality in one's own experience, Gustavo Gutierrez outlines the contours of a spirituality rooted in the experience of the poor and their struggle for life.
The beloved spiritual writer is our guide in this unique retelling of the Gospels, beautifully illustrated with drawings of Rembrandt.
Revised to include new essays as well as reflections on the recent beatification of Oscar Romero.
Reviews three basic models of theology in Western Christianity: moral, mystical, pastoral.
Offers a comprehensive selection of works by the renowned ethicist, including previously unpublished lectures and spiritual writings.
From one of the world's most prophetic voices, an inspiring summary of the Christian message in the context of an evolving universe.
The inspiring testament of Maryknoll missioner Bob McCahill, and his work among the Muslim poor of Bangladesh.
More stories of Biblical women in this eagerly awaited sequel to her first book 'Not Counting Women and Children'
Essays by the well-known liberation theologian on the church, Catholic social teaching, and evangelization.
Two activist scholars offer scriptural foundations for the cause of restorative justice.
In the centenary year of Merton’s birth, longtime peace activist and author John Dear reflects on Merton’s profound contributions to the practice and spirituality of peacemaking.
Drawing on lived experience and the spiritual traditions of both East and West young leaders of the new monastic movement introduce a new vision for contemplative life in the twenty-first century.
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