Some Christians are limited in their knowledge of the Christians contemplative tradition, are attracted by those forms of prayer. this book is for everyone everywhere, in the midst of the turmoil of daily life.
The five wounds of Jesus and personal transformation
For more than two millennia, the five wounds of Christ crucified have elicited a profound response on the part of artists and musicians and saints the world over.
Letters of Fire
The poet T.S. Eliot wrote in Four Quartets, "The communication of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living." With this collection of letters addressed to literary characters, saints, and historical figures who have long since exited the stage of time and space, Father Esposito initiates a series of conversations spanning the chasm of death and oblivion.
A Fresh Look at Confession
David Knight was forty years a priest before he learned that priests don't hear sins in confession. "What you are really revealing is your ideals," he says. "The real you has a different set of ideals, reflecting your heart instead of your lapses. This 'you' abides with God." With these words Father Knight reveals that A Fresh Look at Confession is unlike anything you may have read about the sacrament. He speaks about the heart of confession, its meaning and mystery, and why it is so necessary for authentic followers of Christ
God here and now
God here and now is an off-shoot of At Home With God, The author's popular prayer-guide. It is meant to help those who are keen on leading deeper lives through daily, systematic prayer and in openness to the Holy Spirit's inspiration and influence.