Believing in Jesus is designed to help cradle Catholics come to a deeper understanding of the beliefs and practices they have held all their lives and to make Catholic belief more accessible for those new to the church. As Foley writes, ” this book will help some scared and scarred people and challenge others.”
The Radical Christian Life; A year with Saint Benedict.
In The Radical Christian Life: A year with Saint Benedict, Joan Chittister encourages us to look at these questions. In a masterful introductory essay, she consider how the insights and values of the sixth-century monk can illuminate today's search for a meaningful life.
The Five Wounds Of Saint Francis
Many Saints have borne Stigmata woulds resembling Christ's crucifixion wounds. Some of them have written about the experience. Theologians have certainly pondered the meaning of the phenomenon.
Issues In Contemporary Christian Thought
For anyone interested in how Christianity got to where it is today and where it might be going in the future, Duane Olson provides a well written and compelling road map through the labyrinth of competing theological perspectives.
Communion of the Saints; Foundation, Nature, and Structure of the Church
This book offers a comprehensive panorama of modern Roman Catholic ecclesiology as it springs from the vision proclaimed by the Second Vatican Council in Lumen Gentium.