This book is very informative, thought-provoking, impressive, Inspirational and challenging. It will certainly help every reader to discover the depth of the gigantic personality of Blessed James Alberione. Founder of the Pauline Family, pioneer and trail-blazer in the apostolate of the Media, a holy man and a spiritual guide. Having met Bl. Alberione in spirit and having been electrified by him, the author presents the reader with the treasures he discovered in this modern saint. For the member
The Blessing of Aaron is found in the Book of Numbers, the fourth book of the Bible. It is a very ancient text that dates from the time before the Babylonian exile in 587 BCE.1t is the only blessing God imparted on his people. Although it was not frequently used outside the Jewish tradition, Francis of Assisi was well acquainted with it. In 1224 he wrote it down in his own hand for Brother Leo who was going through a difficult time and needed Francis' support and encouragement. In the Franciscan
This re-release of a Sheen classic is one of a long list of inspiring titles from the pen of this gifted writer and well-known TV personality. Love, anxiety, beauty, honesty, freedom, compulsion, self-pity, success, failure, health, joy, marriage, sex, faith, adventure are just a few of the aspects of the human condition that the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen treats as he examines the way we move toward or away from contentment. And he does so with a fresh approach, sympathetic touch, and eloq
This is the mature fruit of the author's four decades of preaching, mostly to priests and religious. Here he offers a selection of his conferences for general spiritual renewal. This book can be read profitably for enlightenment and inspiration as well. Preachers and spiritual guides will find it very helpful in their ministry. Read from the Bible the scripture texts indicated and dwell on them in meditation, prayer, and self-examination, making personal applications as best as you can. That way
In this book bishop sheen tells the story of the Son of God. But he does more than relate history; he portrays some of the characteristics of the Eternal Galilean- that Divine Person made Man in Nazareth. The doing and the teaching of Our Lord are told in language nicely adapted to the nuances of the author�s thought. "A beautifully written life of Christ and one that might almost be called a modem version, comes from the prolific pen of Fulton 1. Sheen. It is entirely different in its treatme
In a world whose most recent century saw pogroms,mass-killing in the name of God and state, The Shoah, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Dresden and a list of extremist religious zealots killing the Dresden infidel how does one define human condition? Professor Cooper and Epperson have written an eminently approachable introduction text to the issue of evil and how it interfaces with one's faith, conscience, psychology, and zeitgeist. The history of Satan and his fiery abode and undergirds, as is the psyc
Mercy thinks, speaks and does all that is urged by kindness and love. Mercy welcomes, accepts and respects those whom society discards. Mercy forgives, supports and cares for all .The author brings home this point through clear and convincing reflections. He selects important Bible passages regarding his theme and explains them in a simple and meditative way so as to enhance our understanding of divine mercy and human mercy and to inspire our action.
To stand in awe is to stand on sacred ground wrapped in wonder, lost in longing. It is not merely looking but perceiving, not merely hearing but listening, not merely touching but feeling by experiencing the sublime shrouded in the simple. Awe gives one a sense of transcendence making one go beyond the immanent, to explore, enter and enjoy the mystery that enshrines reality. Awe is not just standing on the shore of time seeing the waves come in and go out.
The Joy of Full Surrender :- A revised translation of the 18th century French spiritual masterpiece Lâ€™Abandon a la Providence Divine, compiled more than a century after the author's death by the nuns of a Jesuit retreat house in France where he served as spiritual director. Rs.70
Inward Journey:- Inward Journey is a sincere effort of the author to share the goodness and the importance of Meditation in everyone's life.It deals with the subject that is divided into three parts.The First Part deals with the theoretical explanation of Meditation. Rs.70
Befriending the Stranger:- The author reflects on who we are and how we build our communities. In particular he asks, can we be truly compassionate towards others if we are not compassionate towards ourselves? In a series of six meditative pieces, he opens Godâ€™s invitation to us today, to create new places of belonging and sharing of peace and kindness, where each one is loved and accepted with one's own fragility, abilities and disabilities. Rs.80