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This book responds with passion and skill to the growing concerns of spiritual seekers and teachers of the Catholic faith.

Reflections for Christians for dealing with money in a consumer-driven world In this much-needed book Douglas Hicks looks at how Christian faith applies to the practices of economic life-spending, saving, giving especially as an alternative to a life of unbridled consumerism. This book offers reflections for people of faith and anyone who wants to connect their Monday through Saturday lives with their faith and live a more integrated... more...

A popular minimalist blogger and author of The More of Less shows you how to methodically turn your home into a place of peace, contentment, and purposeful living. One of today's most influential minimalist advocates takes us on a decluttering tour of our own houses and apartments, showing us how to decide what to get rid of and what to keep. He both offers practical guidelines for simplifying our lifestyle at home and addresses underlying issues that... more...

For twenty-seven years, renowned and beloved monk Thomas Merton (1915-1968) belonged to Our Lady of Gethsemani, a Trappist monastery established in 1848 amid the hills and valleys near Bardstown, Kentucky. In Thomas Merton's Gethsemani, dramatic black-and-white photographs by Harry L. Hinkle and artful text by Merton scholar Monica Weis converge in a unique experience for lovers of Merton. Hinkle was allowed unprecedented access to many areas inside... more...

Many historians of medieval art now look beyond soaring cathedrals to study the relationship of architecture and image-making to life in medieval society. In The Art of Healing, Marcia Kupfer explores the interplay between church decoration and ritual practice in caring for the sick. Her inquiry bridges cultural anthropology and the social history of medicine even as it also expands our understanding of how clergy employed mural... more...


Scripture clearly establishes how intensely God desires to display His goodness and His love toward man by pouring out His prosperity and abundance. From the beginning of time, He has provided financial prosperity for His people through obedience to His Word. The question is, how willing are you to let Him display that goodness through you? If you're a believer, you have a covenant right to prosperity. Jesus bore the curse of poverty at the same time... more...

God has a work for you to do on earth. He has a special part for you to play. He has a significant place that only you can fill. But, before you can move into that place, you have to learn how to walk confidently with the Lord every day. In this insightful book, Gloria Copeland shares the first essential step in establishing your daily journey with God: Learning how to have a willing and obedient heart. Take a walk through the Word... more...

Volume 2, Part 2 of a history of christology from the time of the New Testament up to the year 800.

Anthology of nearly two thousand years of Christian mystical writings from Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant perspectives.

You've heard about them. Extraordinary…unexplainable…seemingly miraculous true stories that couldn't have happened―but did. Real-life stories of life changes, answered prayers, inner and outer healing where they appeared impossible. Again and again, bestselling author Dr. Robert Lesslie has encountered such Miracles in the ER during his decades of experience in emergency medicine. In these vignettes―all true stories―Dr.... more...