Francis Cardinal Arinze
Shows how the local Catholic parish in any town has tremendous potential to evangelize its surrounding community. Francis Cardinal Arinze reveals the important roles of both priests and laity in spreading the Gospel within the parish and beyond.
This work can help priests to realize the many great possibilities they have to be strong spiritual leaders and to inspire their parishioners to become committed and effective evangelists.
2018 149 pages R265.00
The Parish Guide to Volunteer Ministry: Encouragement, Support, Guidance
Lorene Hanley Duquin
Filled with personal stories and lessons learned from Lorene Hanley Duquin’s own ministry to volunteers, this guide gives you all the information and advice you need to strengthen your parish’s volunteer ministries—from discernment and formation to dealing with conflicts, to keeping your volunteers motivated and free of burnout.
Most of all, it shows you how to foster the spirituality of your volunteers.
2018 64 pages R120.00
This book, now available in over a dozen languages, is widely recognized as an historic and magisterial contribution to the study of mission.
Examining the entire sweep of Christian tradition, the author shows how five paradigms have historically encapsulated the Christian understanding of mission and then outlines the characteristics of an emerging ""postmodern"" paradigm linking the transcendent and imminent dimensions of salvation.
In this new anniversary edition, Darrel Guder and Martin Reppenhagen explore the impact of Boschs work and the unfolding application of his seminal vision.
2018 7th reprint 630 pages R545.00
A New Way to Be Church: Parish Renewal from the Outside In
The book is leavened by Jezreel's reflections on scripture and his own personal experience of family, parish ministry, service, and work for social justice.
He ends the book with a practical guide for implementing these principles in your own parish.
2018 177 pages R299.50
The Compassion Connection: Recovering Our Original Oneness
Catherine T. Nerney
The author, a Sister of St. Joseph, guides the reader on a journey toward compassion for our fellow human beings, emphasising our connectedness rather than our perceived differences. This book invites the Church to tear down walls of fear, certainty, and privilege, and to surrender to God’s compassionate heart as it beats in our broken world.
This is a resource for social activists, parish groups, and spiritual seekers looking for new ways to appreciate and deepen their faith.
2018 232 pages R365.00