TheWayToManresThe Way to Manresa: Discoveries along the Ignatian Camino

Brendan McManus SJ

McManus travels along the Ignatian Camino pilgrimage trail from Loyola to Manresa, where St. Ignatius penned his Spiritual Exercises.

This walk takes McManus on a physical and spiritual journey that will lead him down a path of deep personal discernment. As he calls upon the Ignatian “way of proceeding,” McManus finds that true freedom comes only after we learn to let go of our expectations and allow God to be our guide.

2020   112 pages    R235.00

WhatChristSufferedWhat Christ Suffered: A Doctor's Journey Through the Passion

Thomas W. McGovern MD

Provides an understanding of the physical sufferings of Jesus Christ, drawing on ancient Greek and Latin literature about crucifixion, discoveries of ancient images, archaeology, medical reenactment studies, and medical case reports. This volume corrects decades of misunderstandings presented in books - myths the author himself disseminated for years until he reanalyzed the data utilizing  modern medicine and archaeological discoveries.

Drawing on the teachings of Saint John Paul II in Salvifici Doloris, this book invites the reader to a deeper understanding of the meaning and value of human suffering - and how to practically apply it in their lives.

2021    336 pages    R535.00

A FocusOnTruthA Focus on Truth: Thomas Merton's Uncensored Mind

Patrick W. Collins PhD

Fr. Collins presents a view of the life and thoughts of Thomas Merton by plumbing his correspondence with family, friends, and colleagues over the years. Merton’s personal and professional correspondence was previously published by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.

Collins extracts and organizes from these sources many of the significant subjects about which Merton wrote and presents each topic chronologically. In this way, readers can easily follow the development of Merton's thoughts, feelings, intuitions, and impressions on a variety of topics of concern to him.

2021   216 pages    R435.00

RealPresenceReal Presence: What Does It Mean and Why Does It Matter?   

Timothy P. O'Malley

O’Malley offers a concise introduction to Catholic teaching on real presence and transubstantiation through a biblical, theological, and spiritual account of these doctrines from the early Church to today.

He also explores how real presence enables us to see the vulnerability of human life and the dignity of all flesh and blood. O’Malley leads you to a deeper understanding and renewed faith in Catholic teaching about transubstantiation and real presence.

2021   160 pages    R265.00



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