This book offers a systematic account of the Seraphic Doctor’s doctrine of grace across his speculative-academic, mystical, hagiographical, and pastoral texts.
On the many 'ordinary’ men and women – Franciscan non-writing non-friars and non-nuns – living penitential lives in their own homes or in religious communities.
Amid the post-pandemic challenges in contemporary health care systems, especially in America, this paper discusses the issue facing students entering the field of health professions.
This volume provides the latest scholarship on a rule of life that expresses the original passion and spirituality of the founder of the Franciscan Movement.
This pocket-sized vademecum presents a fresh perspective on discernment by viewing the gifts of the Holy Spirit as commented on by St Bonaventure.