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Toward Purity of Heart
Mary Margaret Funk, OSB; Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Humility Matters makes the claims that humility is for a disciple of Jesus Christ what enlightenment is for a Buddhist, realization for a Hindu, surrender for a Muslim, and righteousness for a Jew. It ...
Beginning the Spiritual Journey
Mary Margaret Funk, OSB
How can we tend the garden of our souls? Meg Funk turns to the wisdom of the desert fathers for the means of removing obstacles to spiritual growth, which include thoughts of food, sex, possessions, a ...
Before the Burning Bush
Mary Margaret Funk, OSB; Foreword by Laurence O'Keefe, OSB
Lectio divina is a way of praying by sustained immersion into a revelatory text. While Scripture is the classic place of encounter with God, the text could also be the book of life or the book of natu ...
Steven Payne, OCD; Phyllis Zagano, Series Editor
Eight hundred years ago Albert of Jerusalem gave the hermit-penitents of Mount Carmel a way of life to follow. Since then, this rule has inspired and formed mystics and scholars, men and women, lay an ...
Harvey D. Egan, SJ
Called in a special way to listen to God's whispers, the mystics amplify not only what it means to be baptized into the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ—and to having the Trinity living i ...
Exploring an Animated Spirituality
Michael Demkovich, OP
People today are searching for meaning and purpose. They know that something is missing in their lives and long to fill this void. Many books on spirituality attempt to fill this need, and the approac ...
John Michael Talbot
John Michael Talbot's Reflections on St. Francis offers readers an accessible entrance into the Rule and Testament of St. Francis of Assisi. Talbot's reflections shed light on Francis as a saint, a fo ...
Eileen Burke-Sullivan, PhD, and Kevin F. Burke, SJ; Phyllis Zagano, Series Editor
The Ignatian tradition sprang up in the sixteenth century, the fruit of graces bestowed on a Basque nobleman, Ignatius of Loyola. Guided by a passion to find God in all things, Ignatius and his first ...
Spirituality in History
Laura Swan, Editor; Phyllis Zagano, Series Editor
When St. Benedict wrote his little rule for beginners in the fifth century, he could not have known it would shape the lives of religious men and women for more than fifteen hundred years. Offering in ...
The Reawakening of Community Spirituality
Jerry C. Doherty
Why is the Christian Church declining in numbers and effectiveness in the twenty-first century? In A Celtic Model of Ministry Jerry Doherty, experienced clergyman and Celtic scholar, shows that the de ...
Camaldolese Benedictine Spirituality
Peter-Damian Belisle, O.S.B. Cam., Editor; Introduction by Michael Downey
Unique in the Church, the Camaldolese life is ordered to a three-fold good: solitude, community, and witness. Men and women as hermits live by a monastic rule, committed to both solitude and community ...
An Integrated Vision
Anne H. King-Lenzmeier
Hildegard of Bingen: An Integrated Vision shows that Hildegard's opus was filled with balance, unity, and a stress on the Gospel—a life and work that served as an inspiration and a challenge for the t ...
(The Day of the Dead)Spanish-language Edition
Breve explicación, preparación y oraciones para la celebración doméstica o comunitaria de ese día. Brief explanation, preparation and prayers for domestic or community celebration of the Day of the D ...
A Study of Vows in Religious Life
Judith A. Merkle, SNDdeN
A Different Touch speaks of the challenges of religious life today where the essentials of Christian living and union with God are still sought via a "different touch." Reflecting on the history of re ...
An Anthology of Women's Spiritualities
Phyllis Zagano, Editor
The women whose writings are included in this anthology are all different colors in a kaleidoscope of history. Spanning nearly one thousand years in the history of spirituality, these works, arranged ...