Foundations & Practices for Children
Editors: Jack Burns, John R. Shoup & Donald C. Simmons, Jr.
Explores key facets of leadership from a Christian worldview so as to equip people to conduct leadership more authentically than would be possible under alternative paradigms. The book begins with the theological foundations of leadership while also tracing the historic roots of management, organization and leadership theories.
The combined efforts of these experts in the field provide a practical theology of leadership from a Christian worldview for emerging and established leaders. Here is the foundation needed for those who want to conduct leadership in a manner consistent with their faith in both religious and nonreligious organizational contexts.
2014 287 pages R355.00
WE CAN MAKE THE WOLRD ECONOMY A SUSTAINABLE GLOBAL HOME
Author: Lewis S. Mudge
This book by theologian-ethicist Lewis Mudge offers fresh philosophical and theological concepts, economic and political insights, and practical financial proposals to counter the causes and lasting effects of the worldwide recession that began in late 2007.
2014 176 Pages R259.50
THE SILENT SCHISM
Authors: Brother Louis DeThomasis, FSC, Sister Cynthia A. Nienhaus, CSA
Pope Francis has called upon Catholics to use what he calls “the grammar of simplicity” when talking with one another. In this work, the authors use the grammar of simplicity to describe the current schism happening in the Catholic Church worldwide and offer solutions for how to heal it.
They demonstrate that Jesus was always less worried about doctrine, dogmas, and dictums and more interested in the radical law of love.
2014 126 pages R225.00
Author: Michael P. Cahill
A look at how the Catholic Church has changed since the Second Vatican Council told through the experiences of six priests in a series of in-depth interviews about their seminary training, assignments, triumphs and disappointments as well as their relationships with their communities, leaders, and each other.
2014 392.pages R325.00
A CONCISE GUIDE TO CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING
Author: Kevin E. McKenna
Provides a clear, primer-level reference tool to help readers navigate this vast body of Catholic teaching. Catholic social teaching is enlivened with material of the past decade from papal documents and the US Catholic Bishops.
A Concise Guide to Catholic Social Teaching includes a thematic homily guide, historical charts, papal biographies, a sample penance service, links to online support materials, an expanded glossary, and new questions for self-study or group conversation.
2013 192 pages R220.00