"Two Popes Walk Into a Bar..."
Pope Francis has quickly shown that he can tell a joke (3/17/13 Vatican City) CNA/EWTN News reports "The new Pope's spontaneity was revealed again today when he cracked two jokes after his very first Angelus prayer in front of thousands..."
The Art of Pausing is built upon haiku by one of the three authors, all Christians, inspired by the ninety-nine names of God found in the Koran. Each haiku is accompanied by a reflections by the same author or an abstract photo of nature by Brother Paul. This book is for anyone who loves beauty, has a penchant for reflection, yet feels overworked and overwhelmed.
Be prepared to take a beautiful, breathtaking, tear-jerking ride on some of the most accomplished, out-of-the-box stories you've ever heard. Award-winning book, Grace Notes, is now available as an Audio book, as read by actor, Frank Gaughan.
After his best-selling book, Falling Upward, Richard Rohr takes us on a journey to find our True Selves and to overcome the petty distractions of our egos-- the essential tasks of mature and soulful spirituality.
A wise guide for individuals and groups who wish to deepen their engagement with Falling Upward and the questions of meaning and identify in the spiritual journey.
In this slim volume of stories, essays, poems and passionate personal pleas, more than thirty Chicago Catholics reveal their hopes for the church they love - living up to their reputation for a "prayerful heterodoxy."
In these twelve non-fiction stories, accomplished writers share their stories of experiencing surprising encounters in their lives.
Ten real-life stories, written and edited by young adult Catholics, trying to discover how they are called to carry out their faith within their daily lives.
A unique, gorgeous, four-color illustrated book for adults that gives the essence of the Book of Isaiah, with an addendum explaining the nature of prophecy.
Get ready to have your perceptions changed! This extraordinary set of talks by theologian and storyteller John Shea explores the spirituality of Jesus himself. Shea shows that Jesus’ words and actions were aimed at teaching us two things: how to let go of our sins and how to overcome our fear. Once we do that, Shea argues, we can enter more fully into the “Eucharistic spirituality” of Jesus, which is one of constant receiving and giving of love.
This extraordinary set of talks by theologian and storyteller John Shea explores and explains the spirituality of masters, mystics, and saints from many different religious traditions. Using Scripture, personal reflections, ancient folktales, and contemporary examples, Shea describes how the "journey inside" can be the foundation for a practical and effective approach to daily living.
William John Fitzgerald’s many years of pastoral experience and his gifts of storytelling shine through these stories of coming home to the Catholic Church. In an era when many struggle with church issues, this book is both hopeful and helpful.
Available September, 2011