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Reflections for Peace in Everyday Life
Patricia McCarthy, CND
Peace is God's gift to us, expressed fully in the person of Jesus Christ. It is the "scent of Jasmine"the pleasing odor of a life offered as a sacrifice in love. The Scent of Jasmine encourages us to ...
Hymnody and Justice
Justice has been an urgent concern of twentieth-century hymn writers, but are they the first to place such an emphasis on it? In Let Justice Sing, Paul Westermeyer offers an answer with the hope that ...
To Worship God in Spirit and Truth
Anne Y. Koester, Editor
Liturgical celebrations and the work of justice are tightly woven threads of the same cloth. The essays in Liturgy and Justice explore this intrinsic relationship and its promise for the ongoing renew ...
Patrick T. McCormick
When Jesus spoke at the table he provided instructions for his disciples to follow. A Banqueter's Guide to the All-Night Soup Kitchen of the Kingdom of God views those teachings as a set of guidelines ...
Women Dealing with Abuse of Power in the Catholic Church
Marie Evans Bouclin
While sexual abuse of minors by clergy in the Catholic Church has received extensive news coverage, less attention has focused on adult women betrayed and sexually abused by priests. Seeking Wholeness ...
In Search of Justice and Peace in Jerusalem
James G. Paharik, PhD; Foreword by R. Scott Appleby
The Long Journey takes us into the heart of Jerusalem-Mount Zion, the site of the Benedictine Dormition Monastery, a place where pilgrims, seekers, and peacemakers come for liturgies, prayer, and conv ...
Stories of Compassion, Love, and Disability
Kevin Scott Reimer
Living L'Arche explores the origins and characteristics of compassionate love in those who care for the disabled. It shows that authentic compassion is only distantly related to individual talent or w ...
Catholic Higher Education Today
Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
Catholic colleges and universities play a crucial role in handing on a rich faith tradition to young adults today. As these institutions have become more professional and pluralistic, many are asking ...
100 Years at the Intersection of Charity and Justice
J. Bryan Hehir, Executive Editor
In honor of Catholic Charities USA's centennial celebration, this masterful work explores the development of Catholic Charities in the United States over the last one hundred years. Featuring contribu ...
Catholic Opposition to the Death Penalty
Vicki Schieber, Trudy D. Conway, and David Matzko McCarthy, editors Foreword by Helen Prejean, CSJ
Where Justice and Mercy Meet: Catholic Opposition to the Death Penalty comprehensively explores the Catholic stance against capital punishment in new and important ways. The broad perspective of this ...
Biblical Reflections on Serving the Physically and Mentally Impaired
John F. Craghan
In I Was Ill and You Cared for Me, John F. Craghan offers readers a variety of biblical reflections to help family members, friends, and health care workers deal with the diminished physical and menta ...
Living a Biblical Call
Bernard F. Evans
In Stewardship: Living a Biblical Call, Bernard Evans presents an accessible and easily understood biblical and theological foundation for giving that both parishioners and stewardship leaders will fi ...
Michael W. Higgins
Thomas Merton was the consummate postmodern holy one: flawed, anti-institutional, a voice for the voiceless. But he was also a classical traditionalist: centered, obedient, in search of stability. He ...
School of Prayer, Source of Life
Goffredo BoselliForeword by Paul De Clerck
"I am increasingly convinced that the decisive question that demands an answer from us is not so much how believers experience the liturgy, but whether believers live from the liturgy they celebrate." ...
Love Must Win Out
With the cause for his beatification reportedly moving along rapidly now at the Vatican, this biography of a people's saint traces the events leading up to the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romer ...