Dick Ryan's stories bring us a roster of ordinary saints who will warm you, inspire you, and challenge you to do just a little bit more to bring about the Kingdom of God on earth. This is a book to read whenever we need to take heart and begin again. Ryan's vignettes demonstrate powerfully that the Catholic Church is "the people of God," fully human and wonderfully rich in diversity of gifts.
Celebrates 30 liturgical and secular days to remind us that Jesus breathes in the heart of every event from the promise of Advent, the sparseness of Lent, the exuberance of Easter, (...)
Through the use of concrete, familiar examples from his life, from the books that he has read, and from popular music and television shows, Father Jim Vlaun's story will resonate w (...)
These short, gentle, often playful, always hopeful essays and discussion questions invite readers to be attentive and receptive to interventions of the divine in their own lives. A (...)
Whether you are a practicing, lukewarm, or alienated Catholic, or are considering becoming a Catholic, these very honest and challenging essays and discussion questions will test y (...)