Threshold Bible Study is a dynamic, informative and inspiring way to enter into a deeper relationship with God through Scripture. Each of its thirty-lesson, theme-based books will help readers explore (through the lectio divina method of reading, study, reflection and prayer) new dimensions of their faith. It will help them discover deeper insights for their lives and help open the doors of their hearts to the risen Christ. Great for personal reflection as well as group study. JESUS, the SUFFERING SERVANT PART ONE Mark [1-8] Mark wrote his gospel for the persecuted Church in Rome. This first half of the gospel focuses on the question for all disciples, “Who do you say I am?” In his fast-paced gospel, Mark highlights those parts of the tradition that will help the Church understand Jesus better and follow him more faithfully. As participants in this study, you will learn that following Jesus requires radical conversion, deep faith in him and constant readiness for the coming of God’s kingdom.
St. Joseph Church History
Here is a unique history of the Catholic church given in summary form that shows how in every epoch the Church has given incontestable proofs of its divine origin. Its set forth the major events in the life of the church in a clear and logical fashion that make them understandable to the modern reader.
Dumitru Staniloae: An Ecumenical Ecclesiology
this book is a profound and original orthodox theology. this is an invaluable addition to the growing body of scholarship on the theology of the most important Romanian orthodox theologian. read this book and know more about ecumenical ecclesiology
One with God
this book argues that deification and justification do not exclude each other and that the 1999 joint declaration between Catholics and Lutherans is a biblically, historically, and a theologically sound basis for further talks about salvation. read this book and know more
The Church In The Making
The Church In The Making responds to this pressing pastoral reality by outlining and explaining the issues still alive in the catholic church as it continues the work of implementing Vatican II. This volume focuses on three of the council's documents: the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church (lumen Gentium): The Decree on the pastoral office of bishops in the church(Christus Dominus), and the Degree on the catholic Eastern church (Orientalium Ecclesiarum),