Seán MacGabhann assures lay people that they can really experience God, not just have an intellectual knowledge.
This 'how-to-do-it' workbook by Debra Snoddy, Jim Campbell and Andrew McNally lays out the necessary steps for forming, enabling and sustaining a parish pastoral council.
"Joining the Dots is an invitation to people to explore their spirituality and connect it to their lives, including work lives" explains the author Amalee Meehan.
In this book, Jenny Child offers an insightful collection of prayers, inspired by her visits to the holy isle of Lindisfarne.
Share the Good News - the first National Directory for Catechesis in Ireland - was launched at the Mater Dei Institute of Education in Dublin.
Aidan Donaldson's book on the cost of Christian discipleship is based on Jesus's preaching that it is the poor, the outsider, the despised and the rejected that are special to God.
This book celebrates the commitment that Bishop Anthony Farquhar has brought to inter-Church relations over the twenty-five years of his episcopate.
This is a collection of the occasional writings of Liverpool priest Father Kevin Kelly who has been discerning and clarifying the call of God's Spirit in people's lives over the last fifty years.
Pádraig Corkery's book gives an ethical evaluation of some of the more controversial developments in medical practice over the past few decades.
"Religious thinking, and religious poetry, move in a world of symbols, shifting from something known to the unknown..."
Columbanus was Ireland's first European. Shrines, towns and landmarks across Europe bear Columbanus's name and testify to the widespread diffusion of devotion to the saint.
Cardinal Cathal B. Daly examines the relationship between religion, science and ecology asserting that religion and science are complementary, not contradictory.
Fr William Cosgrave publishes a collection of essays in moral and pastoral theology written over the last twenty years in church magazines in Ireland.
In this book Phelim McGowan SJ encourages us to reflect on parts of the mystery of Jesus' life up to the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Oliver Crilly’ book of short reflections resonates with the Old and New Testament Scriptures and the early Irish tradition, both written and visual.
Fr Michael Collins gives an account of the life of Pope John Paul II, his youth and early years in Krakow, how he arranged his daily and apostolic life as Pope.
'Walking with the Saints' is a collection of inspiring stories and thoughtful prayers based on the lives of the saints for every day of the year.
The challenge implied in the title is a serious one. T. H. Groome is hopeful that the theme - 'bring life to faith and faith to life' - will give new energy to the task of developing faith.
This book, a festschrift in honour of recently retired Professors Tom Norris and Michael Mullins at St Patrick's College, Maynooth. Edited by B. Leahy and S. O'Connell.
This book follows the movement of the Mass - assembly, word, Eucharist and mission - exploring the biblical sources of the Eucharist. Editors: V. Boland OP and T. McCarthy OP
The Visitation to the Dioceses was carried out in the four Metropolitoan Sees during the first few months of 2011. The final report on these findings Summary of the Findings of the Apostolic Visitation in Ireland was released recently.
Seán Ó Duinn evokes a range of spirituality from the extensive lore of megalithic, Celtic and Christian streams of worship.
This is a beautiful booklet of refreshing reflections on our life with the God we seek but who is there for us even before we seek him.
Fr Robert Barron has written this book as the script for a ten-part documentary 'Catholicism'. It is part of the New Evangelization to promote the Christian gospel in the third millenium.
Dermot A. Lane presents a hopeful book that could enable serious dialogue to develop between religions and so contribute to peaceful co-existence in the world of tomorrow.
This booklet by Fr. Richard Tobin contains twenty-eight beautiful meditations and prayers for a short visit to the Blessed Sacrament.
Through the lens of scripture the author, Anna Burke RSM, shows Jesus as the way to experience God and as the source of the meaning of life.
Rema Devereaux's book reminds us that night time is an opportunity to take stock of the day: to celebrate the best, to learn from the worst, to surrender everything to God before going to bed.
Each of the organizations that Margaret Benefiel profiles in this lively and informative book shows the profound role that spirituality, defined as "the human spirit, fully engaged" can play in leadership and organizational life.
This book by Gerry O’Hanlon SJ gives a view of the recession from the point of view of Catholic Social Teaching and argues for the need for a new, more socially responsible, economic paradigm.