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Lean Stories of Spiritual Substance
Prose poems, chants, litanies, simple songs, cadenced prayers, brief bursts of rhythmic observation, elegies to little moments that are not little at all in the least whatsoever-welcome to the melodic ...
Keeping Vigil with the Word of God
Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB
Additional Formats AvailableAbide (eBook) - $14.99 In the Gospel of John Jesus directs us, "Abide in me, as I abide in you." This book is an invitation to make the Word of God your home through the ...
A Year with Saint Benedict
Joan Chittister, OSB
Very little in this world stays fresh and life-giving for 1,500 years. But when that happens we should ask ourselves why and what that had to do with us. In this book, The Radical Christian Life: ...
Sunday Reflections for Year B
Barbara E. Reid
"Remain in me, as I remain in you." Jesus' disciples are given this command in John's gospel, and it is a command that extends to every one of his followers, including us. We deepen this mutual ind ...
A Sojourn in the Celtic Tradition
"When the scholar and the poet wrestles in you," Bonnie Thurston was once asked by a friend at Tymawr, "who wins?" The poems in Belonging to Borders are her response. In these poems, Thurston reverenc ...
Suffering and Desire in the Spiritual Life
Susan Pitchford; Foreword by Alan Jones
Contemporary Christianity is afflicted with two problems: First, our spiritual life is often bland and lukewarm. Distracted and fragmented by our lives, and malnourished on conventional piety, we feel ...
A Companion to Julian of Norwich
Long text translated by John-Julian, OJN, with a commentary by Frederick S. Roden, AOJN
In the year 1373 a young Englishwoman whose name we do not know—she is called "Julian" because she lived part of her life as an enclosed solitary in the church of St. Julian in Norwich—experienced a s ...
Bishop Robert F. Morneau; Foreword by Wendy Wright
As a liturgical season marked by its own urgency and intensity, Lent lends itself to reflection. Bishop Robert Morneau offers such reflections in this day-by-day volume, which also includes meditation ...
From the Bible of Tbilisi
With Commentary by Francis J. Moloney, SDB
Thirty precious icons from the Bible of Tbilisi are reproduced in this attractive book. This collection portrays the life of Jesus from the announcement of his birth to the moment of his Ascension int ...
Forty Days with Desert Christians
Rachel M. Srubas
The desert will show you what you are and are not made of, what you do and do not need. —Rachel Srubas Christians are familiar with Matthew’s account of Jesus’ temptation in the desert. We are familia ...
Life on the Ark
Kathleen Berken; Foreword by Jean Vanier
In 1999 Kathy Berken left Green Bay, Wisconsin, for her new home as a live-in assistant in a L’Arche community in Clinton, Iowa. Although the life she left was not necessarily one of balmy beaches, sh ...
Mark Braaten describes the experience of seeing the sun rise on a northern Minnesota lake and spontaneously offering thanks to God. He describes sitting beside his children’s bed as they sleep and res ...
Cardinal Basil Hume; Edited by Patricia Hardcastle Kelly
The title comes from Cardinal Hume’s homily for Ash Wednesday 1977 and is a theme that reappears frequently in his writing and preaching, particularly in his Lenten addresses. This selection of previo ...
A Hermit's Love Affair with a Noisy, Crowded, and Complicated World
Jeremy Hall, OSB; Foreword by Kathleen Norris
We all need God, Sister Jeremy says in her first sentence, and readers of all sorts will find here a warm and practical address to that need. The monastic way is not forsaking the world, but for the s ...
Meditations on the Resurrection
Raniero Cantalamessa, OFM Cap; Demetrio S. Yocum, Translator
In this book of meditations Father Raniero Cantalamessa reflects on Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection. First presented as a Lenten retreat in Rome, together with the Good Friday homily in St. ...