This 88-page Bible study book provides simple tools for active reading and explores the insights of early oral storytellers. Find out how the bits and bites we hear on Sundays fit together and discover the relevance of Mark’s stories for your life!
Soft cover, 88 pages $10.00
Soft cover, 6″x9″ 144 pages $14.95
An invaluable source of rituals and blessings for all the seasons of our Christian lives; wakes, weddings, baptisms, and prayer with family and friends. get a copy for every parish minister!
Soft cover, 6″ x 9″ 160 pages
Sister Nancy’s experiences of travel, study, and work in all corners of our world taught her that no one has a corner on the divine. This practical, easy-to-read book suggests six ways to look for the holy, starting with prayer, meditation, and contemplation. Ways to pray from other traditions will help you listen to the one-you-seek-who-seeks-you. This is a great book to read with others who want to enliven their prayer lives, too.
Soft cover, 6″x9″ 144 pages $16.99
A how-to must for anyone who leads teens in discussion and faith-sharing. Includes: How to make a discussion work, skills for facilitation, asking questions, listening, handling typical group problems, and more.
Soft cover, 8″ x 5″ 84 pages $9.95
“You will spread everywhere, like a swarm of bees,” Abbe Piron told the Sisters of St. Joseph, shortly before they left their native France for the New World. Sister Carol Anne brings the American adventure to life through the eyes of Sister St. Protais, one of the original six missionaries. Anyone who loves Sisters of St. Joseph will love this book!
Soft cover, 6″ x 9″ 299 pages $11.00
Memory and Memoir distills the author’s years of teaching memoir writing in workshops and classes. Follow the reflection and writing suggestions in the eight chapters and you will soon have a portion of your life on paper.
Soft cover, 5″ x 8″ 56 pages $9.95
Soft cover, 6″ x 9″ 220 pages $20.00
From Montana to Peru and back again, Kathleen’s 40-year missionary journey, told by a missionary with a gringa face but a Peruvian heart. This is a story of uprooting and replanting that anyone can relate to.
Karen M. Kennelly, CSJ commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Religious Formation Conference in 2004.