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Do Monkeys Go To Heaven?
Peace: The Prayer of St. Francis

Divine Renovation:
From a Maintenance to a Missional Parish

Fr. James Mallon

An engaging guide for parishes seeking to cultivate communities of discipleship.

Highly acclaimed for his work with parish renewal and the New Evangelization, Fr. James Mallon shares with us the many ways for bringing our parishes to life.


Do Monkeys Go to Heaven?
Finding God in All Creation

Fr. John McCarthy, S.J.

Scientist Fr. John McCarthy guides on a reflection on the breathtaking wonder and beauty of God's presence in creation.

Removing the so-often-made distinction between secular and sacred, McCarthy takes us on a journey and ponders nature's revelation of God and God's boundless love of us, showing us the need for us to be both scientific and spiritual.


Seven Words of Hope

Jean Vanier

Jean Vanier, beloved spiritual writer and founder of L'Arche, shares with us timeless wisdom for creating communities of welcome and justice for all peoples.

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the very first L’Arche community, the world-renowned Canadian philosopher and theologian Jean Vanier once again shares with us the wisdom that comes from a life lived with God’s beloved, the often marginalized members of society.


The Unfolding Journey:
The God Within: Etty Hillesum and Meister Eckhart

Sr. Jean-Marie Dwyer, O.P.

Bestselling author and spiritual writer Sr. Jean-Marie Dwyer shows us the way to an intimate and powerful union with God.

Sr. Dwyer's reflections on the writings of Meister Eckhart and Etty Hillesum show us how to be in God in our prayer life, “from its inception to the deepest union with God that is possible in this life.” Profoundly insightful, yet simply written, Sr. Dwyer’s ponderings will help all those longing to cultivate and deepen their prayer life.


Faith and Literature Matters

Edited by Michael Higgins

A vibrant exploration of the role of faith in the great works of literature.

Compiled together in this second volume of our Faith & Society series are essays by leading educators and theologians considering the interplay of faith in the great works of literature.