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Thursday, July 27, 2017

A Mystic’s Work: Julian of Norwich by Professor Christina Carlson, PhD.: This course explores the inspiring and timeless wisdom of Julian of Norwich.
All You Who Labor: Work and the Sanctification of Daily Life by Stefan Cardinal Wysynski: Learn how to turn your work into a tool for personal growth in holiness. This book will help you change your work from a curse into a blessing.
Ascent of Mt. Carmel by St. John of the Cross: Depicts the soul’s ascent to Mount Carmel—allegorically, the place of God—and the “dark night” that the soul must endure to reach it.
Building Your Life on Rock: Standing Firm in the Storm by Ralph Martin: How to build our lives on rock and equip ourselves spiritually so that we can reach out to others with true charity and how fidelity to the Word of God will give us the strength to stand victorious in difficult times.
Connected Towards Communion: The Church and Social Communication in the Digital Age by Daniella Zsupan-Jerome: Traces the Roman Catholic Church’s contemporary thought and practice of social communication, to the church’s approach to communicating faith through social networking today.
Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Rev. Richard Rohr: Seeks to help readers understand the tasks of the two halves of life and to show them that those who have fallen, failed, or “gone down” are the only ones who understand “up.”
Last Testament: In His Own Words by Pope Benedict XVI and Peter Seewald: Pope Benedict XVI addresses the many controversies the Church faces and reveals how at his late age, governing and reforming the Papacy and particularly the Vatican, was beyond him.
Letters from an Understanding Friend: Jesus on the Way to Jerusalem by Rev. Isaias Powers: Offers creative ways to reflect and meditate on the message of the Gospel, by creating inspiring letters from Jesus.
Lord Have Mercy: The Healing Power of Confession by Scott Hahn: A guide providing practical advice and inspiration that will help readers come to a deeper knowledge of themselves and of Jesus through the sacrament of penance.
My Saint Pio Prayer Book by Pio Foundation of America: Prayers from the Padre Pio Shrine in Connecticut.
Praying with John of the Cross by Wayne Simsic: John of the Cross was a poet, mystic, theologian, spiritual director, administrator, and collaborator with Teresa of Avila in the reform of the Carmelites. Pope Pius XI proclaimed John a Doctor of the Church.
Priest: Portraits of Ten Good Men Serving the Church Today and Striving to Serve Him Faithfully by Michael S. Rose: True stories of ten real priests which show us that, contrary to media reports, priestly virtue courage, humility, sacrifice, and above all charity continues to flourish in rectories throughout America.
Pursuing Holiness: Lessons from St. Francis de Sales by Ralph Martin: Through the inspiration of the timeless teachings of St. Francis de Sales, Doctor of the Church and famous 16th century author, Martin provides insights that enables us to live the fervent, authentic Catholic life to which we are called.
Seeing Home: The Ed Lucas Story by Ed & Christopher Lucas: The incredible true tale written by a beloved Emmy-winning blind broadcaster who refused to let his disability prevent him from overcoming many challenging obstacles and achieving his dreams.
The Art of Stillness: Adventures in Going Nowhere by Pico Iyer: The Art of Stillness considers the unexpected adventure of staying put and reveals a counterintuitive truth: The more ways we have to connect, the more we seem desperate to unplug.
The Journey to Peace: Reflections on Faith, Embracing Suffering, and Finding New Life by Alphonse Spilly, Jeremy Langford, and Msgr. Kenneth Velo. A posthumous collection of previously unpublished excerpts from the homilies of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin. Like Bernardin’s autobiography, The Gift of Peace, much of this new volume has an elegant and simple style.
The Wounded Healer: Ministry in Contemporary Society by Henri Nouwen: In this fresh interpretation of modern ministry, Nouwen offers inspiration to men and women who want to be of service in their Church or community, but who have found the traditional ways of ministry alienating and ineffective.

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