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Sometimes coloring is more than just coloring. Coloring can be a spiritual practice. To put color to paper can create a pathway to the numinous.
Albert Haase, OFM, scholar of Christian spirituality and spiritual mentor to hundreds of people, reminds you that your ordinary life is the megaphone through which God communicates to you and to the world.
Teaching children to pray! An 8 1/2 x 11, laminated prayer card, designed for children to help them learn prayers in conjunction with the new DVD Kids and Prayer, a lively new video presentation about prayer in four sessions.
Released in time for the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther's 95 Theses, and the Protestant Reformation.
Originally published in 2007, this new, expanded edition of Short Trip to the Edge is the story of Scott's spiritual journey to the mystical island of Mt. Athos.
Our hearts are restless until the rest in you.
His story, told here in verse, accompanies him through North Africa and the Middle East as he becomes a cavalry officer, geographer, pilgrim, Trappist monk, priest, abolitionist, translator, fort-builder, and martyr.
All shall be well and all manner of things shall be well.
This little rule can be a place to begin.
This book celebrates the miraculous events that occurred on Pentecost and the ways in which the Holy Spirit shaped and continues to shape who we are as God's Church.
"I think that Phyllis was a poet first and foremost, before anything else. Here she has attentiv...
Experience the liturgical seasons of Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide in the company of poets and novelists from across the centuries.
This book shows how the Mass is the source and summit of the Christian life, showing God's self-giving love for us by what God has done and is doing for us, encouraging the reader to imitate that love in response throughout their life.
An invitation for children to wonder about the Lenten story.
A Powerful alchemy of the heart." — Bill Moyers