Sisters with power is a collection of writings- mostly by black, but also including Asian and white Christian women- from across the church scene. It is it is the result of a commitment by the center for black and white christian partnership to achieve reconciliation and unity between the various expressions of the christian faith.
Thomas Merton And Therese Lentfoehr
This book tells the story of the 20 year relationship of the trappist monk, Thomas Merton and sister Therese Lentfoehr a published poet, teacher and nun of the congregation of the sisters of the divine savior in Wisconsin from their initial contact in 1948 to his death in 1968.
The Invisible World
Anthony Destefano brings to life, the hidden world God has created for us, a world that surrounds us but is difficult for even the most convinced Christian to get in touch with, much less the seeker or nonbeliever. And he does this in a more vivid and realistic way than i would have thought possible.
Women of Destiny
what strong women of the old testament were! the roles that many of them were asked to play were difficult and challenging ones, but they were able to rise to the cult and challenging ones, but they were able to rise to the occasion. if they could not win by frontal assault, they won by charm or convincing. these were not plastic saints whose lives bear no resemblance to our own. in spite of the fact that thousands of years separate them from us, they seem as real as our next-door neighbors. read this book and know more
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.