LEARNING THE LANGUAGE OF THE SOUL
A Spiritual Lexicon
Author: Andrew D. Mayes
Andrew Mayes explores creative and inspirational metaphors to equip anyone wanting to communicate effectively about their faith or life of prayer. A handbook that will prove indispensable to spiritual directors, evangelists, and all sharing in the witness of the church today.
It will loosen our tongues as we discover images from both the classic Christian tradition and contemporary culture that help us express and develop a spiritual literacy by which we share with others the joys and struggles of the inner life.
2016 154 pages R350.00
Adventures of a New Evangelist
Author: Katie Prejean McGrady
Five years after she graduated from high school, teacher, youth minister, Katie Prejean McGrady returned to her alma mater in Lake Charles, Louisiana, to teach freshman theology.
In the early years of her career, McGrady’s sometimes grumpy, and often confused students taught her what it means to evangelize. Her frequently witty and always candid stories—and the ten lessons she offers—will inspire anyone who works with youth in the Church today.
2016 160 pages R220.00
A Pastoral Guide to the Order of Celebrating Matrimony
Author: Paul Turner
Provides new liturgical and pastoral opportunities for presiders and parishes. In One Love, Fr. Paul Turner-one of the most reliable experts in Catholic liturgy today-provides sound guidance and instruction on the rite.
Among the many important and practical topics he covers are: uses for the expanded introduction; the engagement ceremony; the location for the wedding; the revised words for the questions, consent, and reception of consent; the customs of the arras, the lazo, and the veil other wedding customs and more.
2016 88 pages R275.00
PROCLAIMING IN A NEW SEASON
A Practical Guide to Catholic Preaching for the New Evangelization
Author: Peter Lovrick
In this articulate guide for deacons, priests and bishops, Deacon Peter Lovrick brings this mission into focus for the twenty-first century. He begins by outlining the church's expectations of homilists. He then presents various methods for clarifying and measuring the marks of preaching that fulfills the church's vision. Finally, he discusses practical steps preachers can take to accomplish those goals and nourish the faith of their people through homilies.
2016 96 pages R279.50
HOW TO SURVIVE WORKING IN A CATHOLIC PARISH
A Guide for Priests, Volunteers and Paid Parish Workers
Authors: Diana Klein & Fr Bernard Cotter
This book will help you understand how Catholic parishes work, how parish life is organised and what it's like to work in them. It is a practical and user-friendly guide to surviving (and thriving) in a Catholic parish.
2016 152 pages R310.00