Will D. Campbell

Westminster John Knox Press, 1999

Author, minister, and civil rights activist Campbell wrote about the ironies, surprises, and wondrous moments he observed or heard about as little glimpses of life. With wry humor and wisdom, he tells us these stories.

Robert A. Johnson

HarperOne, 1995

The renowned Jungian analyst and author of many books on the Jungian perspective, Johnson examines the two fairy tales, 'The Fisher King" and "The Handless Maiden," in view of their meaning for the wounded masculine and feminine feeling function, particularly in European and North American cultures.

Jan L. Richardson

Wanton Gospeller Press, 2012

 

This is a re-publication of Richardson's 2000 In Wisdom's Path, a reflection on the liturgical seasons and the gracious presence of Wisdom around us and beside us. 

Richard Rohr

Jossey-Bass, 2012

 

Admired and loved the world over, author and Franciscan priest Richard Rohr continues his discussion on the spiritual dimension of our lives in his newest book, Immortal Diamond. Where Falling Upward told us the story of the False Self, Immortal Diamond reveals the beauty of the True Self, which is like an "immortal diamond," a phrase taken from the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Shambhala Publications, 2012

This convenient little book contains the best quotations of Thich Nhat Hanh, the globally admired Vietnamese spiritual teacher and Zen Buddhist monk.  It's a wonderfully handy reference for inspiration and reflection.

Joan Chittister

Image, 2012

The best thing about our beloved wisdom teachers getting older is that they have so much that they want to share.  Joan Chittister in her latest book explores the meaning of and search for happiness, finding our purpose and passion in life, and the discernment of our callings.

Mirabai Starr

Monkfish Book Publishing, 2012

 

Mirabai Starr, professior of religion and author of Teresa of Avila:The Book of My Life and Saint John of the Cross, has a new book which considers the link of love and wisdom shared by the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. 

Mary C. Earle

Morehouse Publishing, 2004

Episcopal priest and spirituality author, Earle offers the simplicity of the Benedictine rule as a way to cope with chronic illness in oneself or as caregiver in this often-recommended book. Her words are grounded in her own experience with chronic illness. 

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Richard Rohr

Joseph Martos

St. Anthony Messenger, 2005

This is a collection of Richard Rohr's writings on the spiritual development of men, organized into various themes: the social roles, the spiritual archetypes and teachers, and the stages of a man's life. It's an excellent resource for the journey by the most respected author and teacher of Christian male spirituality.

 

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Anonymous

Robert Powell, translator

Tarcher, 2002

This new edition, now indexed and with an afterword by Cardinal Hans Urs von Balthasar, is a fascinating part of esoteric Christian literature. The author is anonymous by choice and wanted to be considered as someone who is writing from another realm.

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