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Anselm Grun shows the reader how...
"The older I get, the more difficult I find it to take the world seriously. At close quarters it can appear merciless, almost threatening, but with increasing distance it looks more and more comical." - From the Introduction
This is not simply a book about how to approach the Bible, because Scripture ultimately wants to lead us beyond itself, to the truth and mystery of Christ that can never be captured fully in the written word.
Columba Marmion believes that Christian discipleship means imitating Christ the Monk no matter y...
Enzo Bianchi helps us finds God in stories from the Old Testament; stories of Abraham, Jacob, and Moses.
"Abba, give me a word!" So young monks and visitors to desert monasteries would address an elder at...
A guide for those who live and work in "the world" but wish to practice their spirituality like monks.
Casey invites us to embrace the challenge of gospel living, with thoughtful reflections on the values of asceticism, silence, leisure, reading, chastity, and poverty.
Meet the incomparable Hildegard of Bingen. Nourishing, challenging, and idea-bursting, her writings will stir and awaken your soul.
This advice is from a spiritual father who loves you and gives you the sort of counsel that will shape your whole life.
"This remarkable book is a delightful blend of legend and solid history." —Sr. Lenora Black OSB, Spirit & Life
Lonni Collins Pratt presents a radical vision for a kinder world, informed and enriched by contemporary monks including Fr. Daniel Homan, and many others.
A five-fold approach to spiritual formation in community drawing upon centuries of Benedictine spirituality and monastic spiritual practices.
In The Wisdom of Stability, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove illuminates the bible and monastic understanding of why staying in one place is both a virtue, and good for you.
If you long for more meaningful connections to other people─We've never needed this book more than we do right now.