YEARNING FOR YOU, MY GOD
A Companion for Praying the Psalms
Author: James Torrens, SJ
Helps us open our minds and hearts to 33 of the psalms, selected from each of the genres— praise, thanksgiving, lament and more. His powerful reflections, accompanied by nine of Fr. John Griesbach’s full-colour paintings, invite us into the world of the psalmists and help us to raise our own prayer to God.
2016 112 pages R230.00
THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE LIFE
12 Spiritual Practices to Nurture Your Call to Holiness
Author: David Haas
David Haas helps us to see that holiness is the key to our search, and holiness begins when we realize that we are God’s beloved children. Haas offers twelve spiritual practices that can help us grow closer to God and one another by embracing God’s unconditional love for us.
2017 96 pages R197.50
DISCIPLES OF THE RISEN CHRIST
Cardinal Carlo Martini on Lent and Easter
Author: Cardinal Carlo Martini
"The reflections of Cardinal Martini set forth in this volume revolve mainly around three main themes: the Eucharist, Easter Sunday, and Pentecost. In instituting the Eucharist during the Last Supper, we contemplate the foreshadowing of what happens in the passion and resurrection of Christ and at the same time, the merciful love of Jesus for his church, and the assurance of his very presence now and forever through the sacrament.
"Cardinal Martini's meditations in the end invite the reader to a more lively Christian experience around the Eucharist, starting with a renewed commitment to the inner life, culminating in a more generous exercise of charity." -from the Introduction
2016 149 pages R269.50
FREEDOM IN THE SPIRIT
An Ignatian Retreat with St. Paul
Author: Brendan Byrne, SJ
This work offers a theological and pastoral discussion of key Pauline texts and topics, arranged in a format for an 8-day retreat along the lines of the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius Loyola.
While the format is that of two talks a day for eight days of retreat, the collection is designed to serve as an introduction to Paul's theology and spirituality more generally, with a particular focus upon those aspects that appear to be matched and stressed in Ignatian spirituality, as currently understood and practiced.
2016 198 pages R295.00
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
A Guide to Being More Faithful, Hopeful and Loving
Author: Richard Leonard SJ
Brings together into one volume three previous works on belief and its challenges: Where the Hell Is God?, Why Bother Praying?, and What Are We Doing on Earth for Christ's Sake?
This work edits, augments, and develops the early works into a single coherent case for belief. It does not shy away from the biggest challenges to faith inside and outside of the Church, but outlines a contemporary and accessible response to the issues that confront and sometimes confound believers today. It has an index for easy and quick reference.
2017 210 pages R315.00