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Part One; Volume 2, Chapters 41-92
Ludolph of Saxony; Translated and Introduced by Milton T. Walsh
The Vita Christi of Ludolph of Saxony, fourteenth-century Carthusian, is the most comprehensive series of meditations on the life of Christ from the late Middle Ages. Ludolph assembles a wealth of com ...
The Sacred Treasures of St. Gregory of Narek
In April 2015, Pope Francis named the Armenian poet and theologian St. Gregory of Narek (c. 945-1003) a Doctor of the Church. Though venerated for centuries by Catholic and Orthodox Armenians, Gregory ...
A Benedictine on Christian Life
Don Talafous, OSB
Internet readers of the Daily Reflections with Fr. Don Talafous have long urged the author to publish selections in book form. Here is such a collection offering hope and encouragement in the face of ...
Classic Traditions and Contemporary Practice
In The Spiritual Way: Classic Traditions and Contemporary Practice, Philip Sheldrake aims to make the wisdom of Christian spirituality better known to contemporary readers. After an introductory chapt ...
One Woman's Journey of Prayer in the Shadow of Death
Magda Heras and Ignasi Fossas, Translated by Elaine M. Lilly
"To be honest, at this point only two things interest me: my oncologist's advice and if you can teach me to pray."So began a two-year correspondence between a medical doctor who became a priest, Bened ...
The Poetic Example of Emily Dickinson
Charles M. Murphy
In this book, Charles Murphy explores the still unfolding rediscovery of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), our foremost American poet, as a mystic of profound depth and ambition. She declined publication o ...
Edited by Hugh Feiss, OSB, Ronald E. Pepin, and Maureen M. O'Brien
A Benedictine Reader: 530-1530 has been more than twenty years in the making. A collaboration of a dozen scholars, this project gives as broad and deep a sense of the reality of the first one thousand ...
Liturgical Foundations of Christian Spirituality
Bob Hurd, Foreword by Michael Downey
Spirituality is a motion, a responsive movement of heart, mind, and spirit to the life of God moving within us. Starting from his Roman Catholic roots but working ecumenically, Bob Hurd explores this ...
Matthew A. Glover
New beginnings are often fraught not only with excitement and adventure, but anxiety and uncertainty. The road is no longer familiar, the terrain perhaps not as friendly. In this set of three inviting ...
Dinah Chapman Simmons
What do the gospels tell us about Mary Magdalene? She was a committed disciple of Jesus during his public ministry and at the cross. She was the first to encounter the risen Lord on Easter morning. An ...
French Spiritual Traditions
Edited by Philip Sheldrake
This multiauthor book celebrates the bicentenary of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), founded by St. Eugène de Mazenod, and arises from an international conference on French spiritual t ...
Listening In as They Talk with One Another
James O. Chatham
The Psalms' insights are remarkable, unexpected, eye-opening. They have vital things to say to us if we listen intently to the ancient wisdom, much of which has been lost to modern ears.Using the insi ...
Voices from Our Past Enlivening Our Worship
How might Ambrose of Milan, Hildegard of Bingen, and Catherine of Siena inspire us to improve Sunday worship? What about Lawrence, John of Damascus, Thomas Cranmer, Johannes Kepler, Margaret Fell, and ...
John W. Martens
The writings of St. Paul have provided teaching, insight, and guidance to Christians from the church's earliest days right up to our own. A missionary, theologian, and martyr, he was at all times a pa ...
In a society where so many of us are on the move—relocating because of employment, to be near extended family, or even just to pursue a dream of living somewhere new—staying connected is a real challe ...