Go Forth: Toward a Community of Missionary Disciples
Pope Francis With Commentary by William P. Gregory
Drawn from Francis’s speeches, homilies, and other writings, “Go Forth” makes it clear that the missionary reform of the church is the integrating theme of his papacy.
Simply put, Pope Francis is a missionary pope who is calling the church to follow its true missionary calling.
2019 240 pages R325.00
Harm, Healing, and Human Dignity: A Catholic Encounter with Restorative Justice
A faith formation resource to help parishes, small groups, and individual believers reflect on the Catholic call to restorative justice. Through Scripture, Catholic teaching, eye-opening statistics, and personal stories, each chapter prompts prayerful consideration of the place of human dignity and the common good as we respond to harm, violence, and the death penalty in the United States.
Prepared in cooperation with the highly regarded Catholic Mobilizing Network for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Harm, Healing, and Human Dignity will help Catholics consider what it means to choose hope over death and redemption over vengeance. It's a choice that can foster healing, transform relationships, and build the culture of life to which our Catholic faith calls us.
2019 80 pages R165.00
Models of Priestly Formation: Assessing the Past, Reflecting on the Present, and Imagining the Future
Editors: Declan Marmion, Michael Mullaney, and Salvador Ryan
Experts on the topic consider priestly formation since Vatican II, explore current best practices internationally, and imagine what the future of such formation might look like.
The book is an essential reference for every person involved in priestly formation and for anyone interested in understanding better how it is carried out and how those who do it think about their task.
2019 216 pages R575.00
Total Parish Development: Understanding, Organizing and Implementing Your Plan for an Engaged Catholic Community
The greatest challenge is setting up a successful Catholic Parish Development system, one that will invite and involve people. Donaldson shows us the way to build that system. He begins with the basics: understanding the difference between development, stewardship, and evangelization.
He encourages us to rethink the way we welcome and engage people, and he offers an organizational planning process—grounded in real parish. Filled with practical ideas, lessons, tips, and tools, this book is an essential resource for everyone involved in building a vibrant Catholic parish today.
2019 176 pages R345.00