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The holy longing: the search for a christian spirituality by ronald rolheiser this book presents a readable, deeply revealing explanation of god and the church that's befitting a world that more often than not doubts the credibility of both. Prayer: our deepest longing ebook: ronald a healthy spiritual life rolheiser takes us to a place of contact and comfort, in relationship not only with god but. Ronald rolheiser, the holy longing: the search for a christian spirituality, toronto, doubleday, 1999, xi + 257 pp, hardcover, $3295 major distortions of theology and spirituality by ann wilson. Christian meditation introduces an ancient practice to a contemporary audience james finley, a former monk and student of thomas merton, presents the fundamentals of both understanding and practicing christian meditation.
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Ronald rolheiser describes our secular western culture as the new missionary washington theological union and teaches in the christian spirituality department. Father rolheiser examines what is christian spirituality and the internal desire of our soul to have a relationship with god this is a book that will make you think lots of topics become offshoots of the opening discussion of spirituality. Ronald rolheiser has written a helpful little booklet, bruised & wounded: struggling to understand a suicide rolheiser is a priest, renowned speaker and author of books on christian spirituality here, he approaches the topic of suicide with grace and pastoral sensitivity.