Catholic Books On Spirituality

Divine Intimacy - Meditations on the Interior Life for Every Day of the Liturgical Year. By Rev. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen. The beloved Carmelite classic on how to reach intimate union with God through prayer. About 3 pages per day. Covers the whole spiritual life. Based on the traditional liturgical calendar. Gives an absolutely Catholic view of life. A lifetime book! Baronius Press Edition.

Divine Intimacy - $58.95

 
 

The Rule of St. Benedict was written in the sixth century by the father of monastic life, St Benedict himself. It towers in the great tradition of Christian Monasticism. Its leading characteristics are its wonderful discretion, moderation, and keen insight into the capabilities and weaknesses of human nature. Here is a common sense approach to arranging life so that Christian spirituality and virtue can be lived out in any community settings - monastic or familial. Premium Ultra-Soft Cover

The Rule of St. Benedict

(Saint Benedict Press)

$24.95


 

Introduction to the Devout Life - $22.95
Saint Francis De Sales - Hard Cover Bound
Item No: 3005

Introduction to the Devout Life

"Since its first publication in 1609 this book has never gone out of print. It has always occupied a privileged position in the Church: no guide ever written provides so complete, so balanced and so practical an approach to the spiritual life. Written for the layman surrounded by worldliness, this is a masterpiece of mystical and devotional literature, by a great and much loved Doctor of the Church. This book does what many similar books fail to do, teach the reader to grow in holiness, step by simple step.

St. Francis de Sales was a master psychologist, with a special gift for teaching practical morality. His writings are characterized by sublime common sense. Even non-Christians have admired his prose. Above all, he is a spiritual genius, and thus was made a Doctor of the Church. This book is truly medicine for the soul. "



Diagoue of St. Catherine of Siena

"St. Catherine of Siena is recognized as one of the most remarkable mysstical theologians of the Middle Ages. She was alsop a stigmatist, counsellor of popes and is one of the only three womeen to be made a Doctor of the Church.

The Diaglue of St. Catherine of Siena treats of the whole spiritual life of man in the form of a series of colloquies between the Eternal Father and the human soul (represented by Catherine herself).The structure of the Dialogue is unusual: the saint makes four petitions to God – for herself, for the Church, for the whole world, and for the assurance of God's providence in all things. The rest of the book is devoted to God's response to these four petitions.
Binding: paperback

Size: 5.5" x 8" $16.95 (+ shipping)


The Dark Night of the Soul

The Dark Night of the Soul. In Dark Night of the Soul, Saint John of the Cross presents for us a portrait painted from his own experience of one who advances successfully through the struggles of the spiritual life. The dark night that St John describes is not abandonment by God but special consideration from Him for those who desire to purify and perfect their souls.

With a soul purified from earthly attachments, we can advance through the much quoted but oft misunderstood dark night of the souls into unity with God. By accepting the desolation and difficulty of this process, the soul cooperates with God and opens itself to receiving and revealing more perfectly God s glory.

Be not afraid - Dark Night of the Soul, though austere and exacting in its instructions for holy living, is laced with St John s charity and kindness, his love of all things beautiful and sacred- including you.

Hard Cover Edition - Baronius Press

 

$22.95 (+ shipping)


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