Reflects the many ways that women from around the world have borne witness to Jesus Christ in their own varied contexts.
A concise and powerful introduction to the surprising Way of Jesus Christ by the found of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.
An environmental scientist's view of religion, faith, science, and nature.
Examines how the notion of Christian supremacy in the United States has led to white supremacy and how appropriate educational strategies can foster healing.
In a new rendering of the traditional meditation on Jeus' last words, Franciscan Michael Crosby brings out their to our lives today.
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.
Offers a way of reading the sacred hymns and prayers as poetry, and as catalyst to community action.
The Latin American Jesuit's essays on the challenge the poor and oppressed make to Christian faith.
Millenial “seekers” and “nones” tell their own stories of faith, community, and action shedding light on the extraordinary changes in church affiliation.
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.
With readings for Advent, Lent, and the other liturgical seasons, these sermons, prayers, and reflections offer readers spiritual nourishment for the whole year.
This practical guide to adult faith formation offers new insights and paradigms for understanding, practicing, and sharing faith.
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.
Young Jesuits write about faith, culture, and lives of Christian discipleship.
Can the world change from a culture of domination to one of friendship? Can human nature evolve for the better? Yes, says philosopher Beatrice Bruteau: The Holy Thursday Revolution shows the way.
A stunning exposé of how economic globalization has resulted in a network of injustice that is devastating people and countries around the world.
The well-known Peruvian theologian reviews the Bible from the standpoint of the struggling poor offering new and challenging insights on its meaning today.
From the bestselling author of the Joshua series, here is an original book of hope and inspiration for anyone who suffers, and that is all of us.
Approaches christology as formed through the eyes of the disciples of Jesus.
A cherished resource for all who are trying to make sense of suffering, death, and life beyond death.
Essays by the well-known liberation theologian on the church, Catholic social teaching, and evangelization.
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).
Offers readers the insight and inspiration to live out the gospel of Jesus Christ, the "glad tidings to the poor," here and now.
The searing memoir of Sister Dianna Ortiz, an American nun who was abducted and tortured in Guatemala.
This brilliant snapshot of the Black Church today puts a spotlight on its vibrant worship, its approach to doctrine, and its role in social activism.
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.
Offers a timely analysis for religious institutions seeking renewal and relevance while struggling with the challenges of aging memberships and diminishing numbers.
Writings on peace, faith, and the imperative of hope from one of America's most well-known Catholic activists.
Profiles successful faith-based organizations now at work internationally, nationally, and locally, and explores their theological and spiritual roots.
In this timely and compelling book, Kelly Brown Douglas (author, The Black Christ) examines the myths and narratives underlying a “stand-your-ground” culture.
In a revised edition of their popular work, two Catholics and two Protestants retell the story of St Francis with social and theological reflections for today.
Here for the first time is a collection of letters, a treasure trove of wisdom and sound advice, from "the art nun," Sister Wendy Beckett.
U.S. women religious leaders connect the soul of an organization with the soul of the world.
This collection of essays offers rich fruit to a seeking, questioning generation that is drawn to spirituality but not always to dogmatic religion.
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