Product Compare (0/4)


Simplicity-The Freedom of Letting Go

Rohr Richard
In stock
One of Richard Rohr’s bestselling books, this revised and updated edition teaches us a receptivity to the revelation of God and shows how seeking to embrace our inner powerlessness, can lead us into community with the poor and suffering...

The Little Brown Book Mary MacKillop

Kane, Sue; Kane, Leo
In stock
Sit down and have a cuppa with Mary MacKillop! These reflections on Mary's thoughts will affirm us, challenge us to grow and to continue her work. With illustrations by Helen Barnes, RSJ...

The Icon in My Pocket

Wickström, Owe
Available on request
This book, superbly translated from the original Swedish, reflects on our modern obsession with travel ,the questions can still arise. Is this really all there is? Is there nothing beyond what we can see...something more. At a time when many people feel confused about spirituality. this book puts forward powerful ideas in an eminently readable style, often posing more questions than answers...

Invitstion to Prayer: Notes from a Monastery

Wagner, Br. Francis
In stock
NOTES FROM A MONASTERY: THE SACRED WAY EVERY DAY introduces the ageless wisdom of the monastery to people of all walks of life. Although written for monks 1,500 years ago, St. Benedict’s Rule has guided many seeking God in the context of their own lives. Published by Abbey Press – which is owned and operated by Saint Meinrad Archabbey, a 150-year-old Benedictine monastic community in southern Indiana – Notes from a Monastery illustrates how a simple, sacred rhythm of prayer, work and ordinary living signifies God’s presence everywhere and in everyone, so we may all be brought together to everlasting life...

Spirituality of the Psalms

Stuhlmueller, Carroll
In stock
The psalms offer a harmony to life and a rhythm that keeps us peacefully in tune with the intense fervor of life. In The Spirituality of the Psalms, Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP, looks at the structure of the psalms to explain how they can have bearing in our lives today. He describes how we can apply the psalms to our spiritual lives and integrate the psalms in the Church's prayer life and ministry. The Spirituality of the Psalms is the last work of Stuhlmueller which was uncompleted upon his death in 1994. He had completed a first draft of all but two chapters, 12 and 13, which Timothy Lenchak, SVD, added from Stuhlmueller's commentary Psalms 1 and 2. The completed text was then edited, revised, and updated by Carol Dempsey, OP, who did so with care so as not to lose Stuhlmueller's voice" and "hand" in the text. Chapters are "Chapter One: The Psalms within the Bible and Christian Community," "Chapter Two: Methods for Studying and Praying the Psalms," "Chapter Three: Hymns of Praise," "..

Where The Hell Is God?

In stock
Combines professional insights along with the author's own experience and insights to speculate on how believers can make sense of their Christian faith when confronted with tragedy and suffering. ..

Little Brown Book Too St Mary of the Cross

Kane, Sue; Kane, Leo
In stock
Much awaited follow-up to the ever popular THE LITTLE BROWN BOOK. There’s plenty more to say, now that Mary MacKillop has been officially declared a saint. The familiar field of her life can yield new treasures. When you pick up this book, try to allow Mary’s experiences and words to open a new door into your own prayer experience. Listen in stillness to the ‘whisperings to your heart’ as you ponder the insights of the first Australian canonised saint. If you loved THE LITTLE BROWN BOOK, then you’ll love this one too! Authors - Sue and Leo Kane are a married couple with a special interest in spirituality. They are involved in adult education, exploring in particular the writings of St Mary MacKillop...

The Full Catastrophe

Leonard, Tracey
In stock
At the age of twenty, Tracey Leonard went to Calcutta to work as a volunteer in Mother Teresa's home for a the dying and destitute. This story endeavors to bring the reader along on the journey from the poorest of the poor and realities of daily life in Calcutta to the dizzying heights of a thriving expat nightlife. At the age of twenty-four, Tracey began another adventure in a remote Australian aboriginal community―a world away from India but with problems equally challenging and urgent. She learned to love the place and its people and had come to think of it as "home" when her life was radically altered by a car accident. Tracey's recollections are at once hilarious and shocking, filled with a mordant humor that cuts through piety and cherishes the absurd. ..

God and You

Barry William A,S.J
In stock
Different people approach the business of praying in different ways. This book maintains that prayer is first and foremost a personal relationship and that the most fruitful prayer is that which builds upon and enhances relationship. It shows us how we can develop an intimate relationship with God by suggesting various methods of prayer that will deepen and strengthen our friendship with him...

Opening To God A Guide to Prayer

Green, Thomas H.
In stock
Often, people feel drawn to prayer but are timid and unsure about how to pray. For over thirty years, this book has demystified prayer for countless thousands. Friendly and inviting, Opening to God, now available in a revised, updated edition, explains what prayer is all about, then turns to techniques that ready the soul to encounter God. Mining his rich experiences as a Jesuit missionary and spiritual director, Thomas Green, S.J., shakes away the cobwebs and banishes stodgy assumptions about spiritual life that is fed by the practice of prayer. A must-have resource, both for beginners and practiced 'pray-ers' who want to cultivate a more meaningful prayer experience...

The Beauty Beyond

In stock
The Beauty Beyond is fiction but with a deep spiritual message. Lemond's life suddenley collapses when Stephanie, his wife, brings to an end their sixteen years of life together. She no longer loves him and wants to end their marriage. ..

Diary of St Faustina

In stock
This bestselling book that birthed the Divine Mercy movement, one of the fastest growing movements in world today. This amazing narrrative will stir your heart and soul while it chronicles the extraordinary experience of a simple Polish nun...

GRACE: On the Journey to God

Michael Casey
$30.50 $21.00
In stock
Grace is so common that we rarely notice, says Michael Casey. This soon-to-be classic of the spiritual life shows how there is grace in discontinuity, in desire, even in temptation. Also, with grace comes faith, prayer, silence, and revelation to realise that everything happening in our lives is somehow the gift of our loving Father. Michael Casey, OCSO, a monk of Tarrawarra Abbey in Australia has been a popular retreat leader and author of spiritual books for half a century...

A Spirituality of Imperfection Henri Nouwen

Wil Hernandez
In stock
As a spiritual icon, Henri Nouwen continues to exert a powerful influence on America’s religious landscape. In this important new book, Wil Hernandez reveals that in the dynamics of Nouwen’s spiritual formation and lived spirituality, integration and imperfection could coexist. By describing, analyzing, and synthesizing Nouwen’s writings, the author shows how Nouwen’s integrative pursuit of the spiritual life and its formation―one that weaves spirituality with psychology, ministry, and theology in a seamless fashion―is both fueled and tempered by his own experience of imperfection. HENRI NOUWEN: A SPIRITUALITY OF IMPERFECTION vividly portrays a counterintuitive and countercultural “brand” of spirituality in which the journey to perfection is through the sobering realities of imperfection. ..

Interior Freedom

Jacques Philippe
No Stock
Interior Freedom leads one to discover that even in the most unfavorable outward circumstances we possess within ourselves a space of freedom that nobody can take away, because God is its source and guarantee. Without this discovery we will always be restricted in some way and will never taste true happiness. .....

When Spirituality Isn't Enough

Penrice James
In stock
The Catechism of the Catholic Church tell us that “spirit and matter, in man, are not two natures united, but rather their union forms a single nature.” If human-to-human relationships require physical interaction, how much more so does a human relationship with God, the ultimate source and object of our love. We sometimes think of our relationship with God as strictly spiritual. But we cannot have a complete relationship with God on a purely spiritual level – because we are not purely spiritual. God knows this, and in his infinite wisdom and love he has provided ways for this physical interaction to happen through Jesus Christ, God in human flesh. Jesus is thus the sacrament of God. He is the visible, tangible sign of God’s invisible reality. Jesus completes our relationship with God, revealing God totally and bringing our relationship to the point where we can physically touch and truly become one with him. Jesus brings God’s full and saving grace to all who accept his physical and s..
Showing 1 to 16 of 20 (2 Pages)