Cynthia Bourgeault
Shambhala Publications, 2008

Bourgeault brings her insight as a contemplative and biblical scholar to this ground-breaking study of Jesus as a Wisdom teacher.

Cynthia Bourgeault

Jossey-Bass, 2003


Bourgeault introduces her readers to the Wisdom tradition whose discplines of awareness, mindfulness, conscious presence, and contemplative prayer and meditation bring us in touch with the realm of God around us.

Henri Nouwen

Doubleday, 1989

Nouwen gives his insightful reflections on intimacy, fecundity, and ecstasy, looking at each of these three components of spirituality in the context of fear, love, and community.  His wisdom is timeless; his words will always speak to our hearts.

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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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Robert H. Hopcke

Paul Schwartz

New Seeds, 2006

An updated translation of a 14th-century classic of the stories and legends of St. Francis which focus on his spiritual teaching, with a foreword by Richard Rohr.

Richard Rohr

Saint Anthony Messenger, 2001


Rohr gives his honest assessment of our new millennium and finds much that is lacking in our spiritual lives in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001. He shares with his readers the path of St. Francis, forgiveness, love, acknowledgment of our shadow, and moving out into the world in hope and action.


Richard Rohr

Jossey-Bass, 2011

Rohr, the wise and beloved author, shows us how our experiences in the first half of life shape our spirituality in the second half. By mid-life, our failures and disappointments of our False Self actually strenghten us more than our early striving and personal achievements. 

Fred Rogers

Hyperion, 2006

This book might seem a bit lightweight, but it's not: Mister Rogers' simple yet profound words on the important things in life are a testimony to his deep reservoir of faith and generous heart.

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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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.