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Teachings of the saints and renowned spiritual philosophers and writers.

“It is a (spiritual) journey totally sustained by grace, which nonetheless demands an intense spiritual commitment and is no stranger to painful purifications (the “dark night”). But it leads, in various possible ways, to the ineffable joy experienced by the mystics as “nuptial union”.
Novo Millennio Ineunte, - John Paul II

Click on the book titles to see a brief explanation

The Call to Discernment in Troubled Times – Dean Brackley *

A powerful portrayal of Christianity as a lived experience based substantially on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola.

The Fulfillment of All Desire – Ralph Martin *

A wonderful guidebook for the spiritual journey that is a pleasure to read and meditate over. It offers inspirational examples of the lives many saints and explains concepts and practices dating to the early centuries of the Faith.

Prayer Primer – Thomas DuBay, S.M. *

A rich easy to read tutorial on the life of prayer and its enormous spiritual benefits.

Is It Possible To Live This Way? – Msgr. Luigi Guissani

Short read on the meaning of faith, taken largely from Msgr’s work with young people entering the religious life.

Introduction to the Devout Life – Francis de Sales *

A life changing book and an exceptional tool of Lectio Divina. A MUST read for the spiritual journey. The devout life is the love of God put into action in our lives.

The Way of Tenderness – Kevin O’Shea, C.SS.R *

A little read that speaks of the importance of “littleness” as the center of our spiritual journey. The content and impact of this little read is so huge and powerful, truly amazing.

The Seven Storey Mountain – Thomas Merton *

Valuable insights offered through sixteen essays on human spirituality packed full of the profound insights of this Trappist monk.

New Seeds of Contemplation - Thomas Merton *

A collection of essays revealing the meaning of contemplation intended to awaken the spiritual journey for all seekers.

Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander - Thomas Merton *

Through a collection of personal reflections and observations, Merton examines the radical change and transition of the 1960's and mid-twentieth century life from his Catholic monastic and personal view.

Intimacy With God - Father Thomas Keating *

Insights and practical advice on the goal of prayer, union (or intimacy) with God. A must read for those on the path of deepening their relationship with God through Centering Prayer

Anam Cara – John O’Donohue *

A wonderful book, written by an Irish poet and Ph.D of philosophical theology, that reveals thru ancient Celtic tradition that God is more intimate to us than we are to ourselves.

The Imitation of Christ – Thomas a’ Kempis *

An endlessly rich meditative read on the spiritual life, our personal awareness of Christ, humility and suffering, and the sacramentality of the Eucharist.
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