Religion: General

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  1. Learning to Pray : A Guide for Everyone
    James Martin
    Jesus: A Pilgrimage teaches anyone to converse with God in this comprehensive guide to prayer.
  2. Living a Spirituality of Communion
    Tom Norris
    How pleasant it is when we dwell in unity, says the psalmist. But how difficult, too: in fact, impossible without a spirituality of communion focusing on unity and mutual love!
  3. Sister Stan's Book of Inspirations
    Stanislaus Kennedy
    This little book is meant for everyone who wishes to read it. Read the reflections and aphorisms in your own way and in your own time.
  4. Let Us Dream : The Path to a Better Future
    Pope Francis, Austen Ivereigh
    >In this uplifting and practical book, written in collaboration with his biographer, Austen Ivereigh, the preeminent spiritual leader explains why we must-and how we can-make the world safer, fairer, and healthier for all people now.
  5. The Hero with a Thousand Faces
    Joseph Campbell
    The Hero with a Thousand Faces is a work of comparative mythology by Joseph Campbell, in which the author discusses his theory of the mythological structure of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world myths.
  6. Revolutionary : Who was Jesus? Why does he Still Matter?
    SPCK Publishing
    'Two thousand and twenty years after the birth of Christ, we remain the children of the Christian revolution: the most disruptive, the most influential and the most enduring revolution in history.'
  7. Daily Readings-the Early Church Fathers
    Nick Needham
    The early church fathers have always had a special place in Christian theology. As the first interpreters of the gospel, we often find in their words a sense of the gospel's sheer freshness and reality.
  8. Advent Thirst...Christmas Hope : Prayer and Meditation for the Journey
    Anita M. Constance
    A daily meditation book for the season that contains scripture, reflections, origins, prayers, and journal questions with a space to respond.
  9. The Steps of Humility and Pride : 13
    Bernard of Clairvaux (Author) , M.Basil OCSO Pennington (Introduction By)
    The son of burgundian nobility, Bernard admitted after years of struggle that humility remained for him the most elusive of the virtues.
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