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First Year Seminars and Faculty Readings All In

Driven by Passion, Energy, and Purpose PORTER MOSER Porter Moser knows what it’s like to live and work with determination, passion, and grit. He also knows what it’s like to keep front-and-center the core values of faith, family, honesty, and integrity. Whether it’s recruiting, hiring, running drills, or just living day-to-day Moser walks the walk and talks the talk. Not that it’s always easy, but in All In: Driven by Passion, Energy, and Purpose Porter Moser shows us that with enough practice it sure can look that way. Drawn from Moser’s life as a son, husband, father, and winning coach, this collection of inspiring, poignant and rousing lessons provides a framework for readers of all ages to develop important leadership skills. With a moving foreword from Sr. Jean, the lively and wise 100-year old chaplain of the Loyola Ramblers—All In offers sage advice for athletes, coaches, recruiters, sports fans, and anyone looking to develop the skills to lead on the court or in life.

PORTER MOSER is the head coach of the

EARLY PRAISE FOR ALL IN “Porter’s book is a MUST READ! I remember calling his very first game as a college head coach and being extremely impressed by how hard his kids played and how fundamentally sound they were defensively. This book is a metaphor for living a life of passion and energy. If you want to live your best life, you have to read All In by Porter Moser!”  —David Kaplan, NBC Sports Chicago

Loyola University Chicago Ramblers. One of only four coaches in school history to win over 140 games on the Loyola bench and saw Loyola University Chicago earn its first Associated Press Top 25 votes since the historic run to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1985. A native of Naperville, IL, he lives outside Chicago with his wife and their four children.

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Enough as You Are

Overcoming Self-Doubt and Appreciating the Gift of You PEGGY WEBER In Enough as You Are, Weber shares her experiences of doubting herself and discovering that she is enough; that we all are enough for God’s love. Each chapter includes anecdotes and life lessons for readers, as well as some “Saintly Inspiration” to help us continue recognizing that we are enough. This is the perfect book for enhancing courses on women’s studies and can be meaningful to faculty fighting to ignore the noise of the outside world trying to convince us we are not enough. PB | 978-0-8294-4709-5 | $13.95 AVAILABLE AS AN AUDIOBOOK

Lord, You Called Me Discerning Your Path in Life RICARDO GRZONA, FRP Lord, You Called Me: Discerning Your Path in Life is based on author Brother Ricardo Grzona, FRP’s, experience of making the Spiritual Exercises under the direction of Father Jorge Bergoglio, SJ, now Pope Francis. Through the prayerful reading of the Scriptures, followed by reflection, prayer, and contemplation guided by Grzona’s prompts, readers will begin to discern their path to God’s call. This book can be used as a daily reader for a self-led, 21-day retreat, group reading for freshman seminars as new students determine next steps, or as guide for meditative prayer whenever time allows. PB | 978-0-8294-5005-7 | $12.95

The Inner Chapel

Embracing the Promises of God BECK Y ELDREDGE Becky Eldredge offers readers down-to-earth stories, prayer experiences to try, and enthusiastic encouragement for spiritual growth and a deeper friendship with God. By drawing on the wisdom and practices of Catholic Tradition, Eldredge guides readers toward discovering the sacred place within each of us where God awaits­­—the inner chapel. The Inner Chapel will inspire individuals but also provide excellent material for small groups and people going on retreat. PB | 978-0-8294-4933-4 | $15.95 COMING SOON AS AN AUDIOBOOK

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Transforming Your Life One Step at a Time GARY JANSEN With a blend of masterful storytelling and dozens of practical tips, MicroShifts suggests simple, small changes across many aspects of our lives to generate big results physically, mentally, and spiritually. Sometimes we feel too overwhelmed to even start making changes, but Jansen offers just the motivation we need to make that first, microshift towards a better life. Includes a 28-Day MicroShifts Challenge, making this book perfect for seminars and staff reading groups. 2019 Independent Press Awards, Distinguished Favorite: Self-Help (Spiritual) 2019 Best Book Awards, Finalist: Self-Help (Motivational) PB | 978-0-8294-4536-7 | $14.95

Make Today Matter

10 Habits for a Better Life (and World) CHRIS LOWNEY Author Chris Lowney uses his experience as a sought after speaker on leadership, corporate ethics, and decision making to provide 10 simple habits that will help readers build a better life. The accessible writing style and meaningful message of this book makes it great for staff reads and student seminars for incoming freshman, graduating seniors, and everyone in between. 2019 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, Honorable Mention: Spirituality 2019 International Book Awards, Finalist in Self-Help: Motivational 2019 Independent Press Awards, Winner in Self-Help: Spiritual 2019 Illumination Book Awards, Gold Medal: Self-Help/Recovery 2018 Independent Press Awards, Distinguished Favorite: Inspiration HC | 978-0-8294-4663-0 | $17.95

God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet

Discovering the Spiritual Graces of Later Life BARBARA LEE God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet shows readers how God meets us with unexpected grace. In five succinct chapters, Lee shows how Ignatian prayer and discernment offer those in later life a path to discovering previously unknown vocations and new ways of living and being of service. Lee’s wisdom will also guide readers going through times of transition, making this book ideal for faculty reads, as well as gifts for retiring members of your faculty. 2019 Best Book Awards, Finalist: Health (Aging/50+) 2019 Living Now Book Awards, Gold Medal: Meditation/Relationship 2019 Illumination Book Awards, Gold Medal: Christian Living 2018 Independent Press Award, Aging PB | 978-0-8294-4661-6 | $12.95



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Busy Lives & Restless Souls

How Prayer Can Help You Find the Missing Peace in Your Life BECK Y ELDREDGE In Busy Lives & Restless Souls, spiritual director and writer Becky Eldredge interprets principles of Ignatian spirituality in a fresh way to equip us with prayer tools that are accessible and practical within the relentless realities of our daily routines. Whether you’re a campus minister providing a resource to students or a member of the faculty and staff looking to refresh your prayer life, Busy Lives & Restless Souls helps all who sense that there is a missing peace in their lives find exactly what they need. 2019 Best Book Awards, Finalist: Religion (Christian: Inspirational) PB | 978-0-8294-4495-7 | $13.95

7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness

Enriching Your Faith by Strengthening the Health of Your Soul JOE PAPROCKI, D.MIN. In 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness, best-selling author Joe Paprocki provides a prescription for spiritual health based on the rich wisdom of Catholic Tradition. Through his nondogmatic and inviting writing style, Paprocki helps us see the Christian faith as a spiritual path leading us to a more meaningful life. 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness will aid those feeling burnt out or disengaged with their faith, as well as those who are unfamiliar with the Catholic faith and interested in learning more. PB | 978-0-8294-3689-1 | $12.95

The Power of Pause

Becoming More by Doing Less TERRY HERSHEY The Power of Pause uses powerful stories and meditations, inspiring quotes, and a specific call to action at the end of each chapter to help us understand the profound value of slowing down in our daily lives. The Power of Pause helps campus ministers build retreats that relax and refuel faith lives, as well as helps faculty and staff find time to recharge amid their very full and hectic schedules. HC | 978-0-8294-2862-9 | $16.95

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Mercy in the City

How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job KERRY WEBER Inspire the freshmen at your institution with the story of a young adult woman who decided one Lent to perform the Corporal Works of Mercy. Kerry Weber set out to see if it is possible to live a life of service and justice authentically while still maintaining the expectations of a young adult living in an urban area. This book will demonstrate to your freshmen, and faculty too, the rewards of living as a person for others. PB | 978-0-8294-3892-5 | $13.95

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Leadership & Social Justice Heroic Leadership

Best Practices from a 450-Year-Old Company That Changed the World CHRIS LOWNEY To provide a meaningful resource for building the leaders of tomorrow, best-selling and award-winning author Chris Lowney breaks down the principles of how priests are formed in the Jesuit tradition and how this formation fosters dynamic, effective leadership skills. Heroic Leadership will build a firm foundation inspired by the Catholic faith for your institution’s leaders, as well as the leaders they’re preparing for the future. PB | 978-0-8294-2115-6 | $16.95

Radical Compassion

Finding Christ in the Heart of the Poor GARY SMITH, SJ Prepare students and faculty prior to service trips or to inspire meaningful participation in your institution’s mission with Radical Compassion. For more than 25 years, author Gary Smith, SJ, has been helping the poor as he lives among them and ministers to their needs in the poverty-stricken Old Town section of Portland, Oregon. This book will help those who serve others in need recognize the lessons of love, forgiveness, and acceptance that can radically change our hearts. PB | 978-0-8294-2000-5 | $17.95

They Come Back Singing Finding God with the Refugees GARY SMITH, SJ They Come Back Singing documents the life-changing lessons author Gary Smith, SJ, learned during his six years as a missionary in Africa. Essentially a journal from Smith’s time in Africa, readers will recognize the power of the Holy Spirit to provide strength to those in the most difficult circumstances. They Come Back Singing can supplement reading in courses that explore the impact of the past on modern progress and mass civil conflict in developing countries. PB | 978-0-8294-2701-1 | $14.95

More than a Dream

The Cristo Rey Story: How One School’s Vision Is Changing the World G.R. KEARNEY The Cristo Rey Jesuit High School story is one of the more improbable and inspiring educational success stories. Beginning with a dream to start a new college prep school for the children of Hispanic working poor­—the Jesuits in Chicago set to work. More Than a Dream is an excellent gift to faculty and staff at Jesuit institutions to provide a more in-depth look at the mission work of the Jesuits’s educational apostolates. Eric Hoffer Award Finalist HC | 978-0-8294-2576-5 | $22.95



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Jesuit Education Saints Little Lessons from the Saints

52 Simple and Surprising Ways to See the Saint in You BOB BURNHAM In Little Lessons from the Saints, Burnham skips the typical biographies of saints and offers instead brief but powerful spiritual lessons from 52 different saints, each followed by a short meditation. Help students discover the saintliness they carry within with Little Lessons from the Saints. This brief yet meaningful resource groups its chapters under five main themes: Surrender, Freedom, Pilgrimage, Hospitality, and Loving Knowledge to make discovering the call to saintliness accessible. PB | 978-0-8294-4501-5 | $9.95

My Life with the Saints

10th Anniversary Edition JAMES MARTIN, SJ

My Life with the Saints is James Martin’s story of how his life has been shaped by the saints of the Catholic Church. This 10th anniversary edition also includes a new chapter that updates readers on Martin’s life over the past 10 years, from becoming a New York Times best-selling author to acting as the chaplain of The Colbert Report, and everything in between. PB | 978-0-8294-4452-0 | $16.95

Saints of the Americas

Conversations with 30 Saints from 15 Countries ARTURO PÉREZ-RODRÍGUEZ & MIGUEL ARIAS Saints of the Americas captures many truly inspiring stories of American saints through “conversations” between the book’s authors and saints from North and South America. The American saints featured in this book hail from 15 countries in the Western Hemisphere­—from the nations of Central and South America, the Caribbean, the United States, and Canada. Saints of the Americas can supplement course reading on Liberation Theology and subjects focused on the history of the Church in these Western countries. ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-2480-5 | $13.95

SPANISH: PB | 978-0-8294-2479-9 | $13.95

Saint Peter

Flawed, Forgiven, and Faithful

STEPHEN J. BINZ Saint Peter takes readers on a pilgrimage from Galilee to Rome—from the spot where Peter first dropped his nets to follow Jesus to the place where he gave his life out of love for his Lord. Through sound scholarship, first-hand experiences at places of pilgrimage, and spiritual reflection, Saint Peter will add historical context to New Testament courses, as well as a unique topic for seminars and staff reading groups. PB | 978-0-8294-4260-1 | $14.95

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JesuitFrancis Education Pope Collection Sharing the Wisdom of Time POPE FRANCIS & FRIENDS

Featuring wisdom carved from lifetimes of experience, elders from over 30 countries around the world and Pope Francis himself provide stories through image and word that will inspire conversations and reflections among readers of all generations about the value we all bring to the world. With the stories sourced from various cultures around the world, the testimonies within Sharing the Wisdom of Time can enhance courses in Sociology and Anthropology. Additionally, this multiple award-winning book makes for a meaningful gift to give from the Mission & Identity office, as well as to faculty, staff, and donors. 2019 Living Now Book Awards, Evergreen Medal: Spiritual Leadership 2019 Best Book Awards, Winner: Novelty & Gift Book 2019 Best Book Awards, Winner: Photography 2019 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 1st Place: Coffee Table Book/Religious Art 2019 Illumination Book Awards, Gold Medal: Keepsake/Gift/Specialty Bible 2019 Independent Press Awards, Winner: Coffee Table Book HC | 978-0-8294-4622-7 | $29.95

On Love

POPE FRANCIS Love is the essence of God’s presence in our lives. Sourcing examples from the Old and New Testaments as well as from his personal experience of love for God and others, Pope Francis teaches us that God exists in our lives as steadfast, endless love. When love is cultivated in our own hearts, it will bear the fruit of all other virtues. On Love connects us to Pope Francis’s abiding belief that we were created to be God’s instruments of love in the world. This book makes a meaningful and inspiring gift for faculty and staff, no matter the occasion. ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4867-2 | $12.95

SPANISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4869-6 | $12.95

On Faith

POPE FRANCIS On Faith is a collection of the Pope’s inspiring words on the transforming power of faith. Drawing on personal experiences and examples from Scripture, On Faith is a useful resource for those who feel their faith being challenged or depleted. This book will bring encouragement directly from Pope Francis into the lives of all who read it. 2019 Independent Press Awards, Winner in Religion: Non-Fiction ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4862-7 | $12.95


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On Hope

POPE FRANCIS Pope Francis has a simple, life-changing message for you: God’s love can grace each of us with a lasting and sustaining hope, no matter how dark or confusing our situation. On Hope is Pope Francis at his most intimate and most inspiring. 2019 Best Book Awards, Winner: Religion (Christian Inspirational) 2019 International Book Awards, Winner: Religion, Christian Inspiration 2019 Illumination Book Awards, Bronze Medal: Catholic 2018 Independent Press Awards, Winner: Spiritual Contemporary ENGLISH: HC | 978-0-8294-4643-2 | $12.95

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Embracing the Way of Jesus POPE FRANCIS

2018 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 3rd Place: Pope Francis

Pope Francis

Why He Leads the Way He Leads CHRIS LOWNEY

HC | 978-0-8294-4466-7 | $22.95 PB | 978-0-8294-4489-6 | $16.95

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Walking with Jesus

Pope Francis

HC | 978-0-8294-4248-9 | $22.95 PB | 978-0-8294-4254-0 | $16.95



The Joy of Discipleship POPE FRANCIS

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The Church of Mercy

Life and Revolution 2015 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 1st Place: Biography 2015 Association of Catholic Publishers Award, 2nd Place: Biography ENGLISH: HC | 978-0-8294-4213-7 | $22.95 ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4217-5 | $16.95 SPANISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4215-1 | $16.95


2015 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 2nd Place: Spirituality (Hard Cover)

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Scripture Jesus Approaches

What Contemporary Women Can Learn about Healing, Freedom & Joy from Women of the New Testament ELIZABETH M. KELLY In Jesus Approaches, Elizabeth Kelly shares vivid stories of New Testament women whose encounters with Jesus freed them to flourish in life. Jesus Approaches will contribute much to courses in women’s studies and those that focus on the role of women in Scripture and the Church. These stories from the Bible are supplemented with moving accounts from the lives of modern women to demonstrate that women have made, and will continue to make, meaningful contributions to Church teaching, Christian ministry, and the larger framework of society. 2019 Best Book Awards, Winner: Religion (Christianity) 2018 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 3rd Place in Scripture: Popular Studies 2018 Independent Press Awards, Distinguished Favorite: Religion Non-Fiction PB | 978-0-8294-4472-8 | $16.95

The Stories of the Old Testament A Catholic’s Guide

JAMES P. CAMPBELL, D.MIN. Enhance your institution’s courses on Scripture and the Old Testament with James P. Campbell’s The Stories of the Old Testament. Campbell’s work gently leads readers through the Old Testament and provides a guide for each reading, as well as dozens of short supplemental essays. From Genesis to Malachi, your students will be supplied with the rich background, commentary, and understanding to properly understand the Old Testament. PB | 978-0-8294-2470-6 | $14.95

God with Us

The Story of Jesus as Told by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John ROGER QUY & RICARDO GRZONA God with Us is an invitation to read about the acts and words of Jesus from the original source and written in modern language. The most representative passages of the Gospels have been organized to provide a biblically based biography and compelling story. Questions for discussion and meditation are provided make this book ideal for seminars and staff reading groups, as well as supplemental reading to enrich New Testament courses. PB | 978-0-8294-4807-8 | $12.95



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Exploring the Gospels DANIEL J. HARRINGTON, SJ An understanding of the lives of the Evangelists and St. Paul provides the solid foundation necessary to fully embrace the message of the Gospels and the Pauline letters. A great addition for courses on Scripture and the New Testament, the works of biblical scholar Daniel J. Harrington, SJ, will help readers of all levels of biblical knowledge become acquainted with the key concepts and themes that develop in the stories of Jesus’ ministry and the lives of the early Christians.

Meeting St. Matthew Today

This quick-moving yet insightful book provides a thoughtful introduction to the Evangelist and his message. Special attention is given to a narrative analysis of Matthew’s Gospel, and the closing chapter of the book includes three brief lessons based on lectionary readings of St. Matthew. PB | 978-0-8294-2914-5 | $12.95

Meeting St. Mark Today

Meeting St. Mark Today is a straightforward, practical resource for lay Catholics who want a better understanding of this synoptic Gospel. The background information and narrative analysis of the Gospel move quickly into Part Three, which provides answers to two essential questions: What did Jesus suffer?, and Why did Jesus suffer? PB | 978-0-8294-2915-2 | $12.95

Meeting St. Luke Today

The theological and literary beauty of the Gospel of Luke comes to life in Meeting St. Luke Today, as it bridges the gap between modern biblical scholarship and Christian spirituality. Students will be provided with a brief but complete narrative analysis of the Gospel of Luke, as well as essential background information on the Evangelist himself. PB | 978-0-8294-2916-9 | $12.95

Meeting St. John Today

In Meeting St. John Today, students will discover the literary and theological masterpiece that is John’s Gospel. This book includes, among other topics, a look at the historical setting of John’s Gospel, a narrative analysis of the Gospel, and an overview of its theological message. PB | 978-0-8294-2917-6 | $12.95

Meeting St. Paul Today

Teachings based on the letters of St. Paul permeate just about everything Christians believe and practice. With great respect for St. Paul and his ministry, Meeting St. Paul Today provides insight into who Paul was in history and detailed interpretations of Paul’s letters through various lenses. PB | 978-0-8294-2734-9 | $14.95

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Devotionals A Catholic Woman’s Book of Days AMY WELBORN

A Catholic Woman’s Book of Days features daily devotions and prayers for women. Each entry is introduced by a Scripture verse, is pointed and brief, and helps Catholic women connect their everyday concerns with God's Word in the context of their Catholic faith. This devotional is a Loyola Press best seller and continues to enrich the faith lives of women year after year. PB | 978-0-8294-2057-9 | $12.95

On the Threshold of Transformation Daily Meditations for Men RICHARD ROHR As their guide through 365 meditations, Fr. Richard Rohr helps men find healing, wholeness, and holiness. Over the manageable timeline of one year, Fr. Rohr will help men understand the importance of cultivating an emotionally honest relationship with God. On the Threshold of Transformation is a great gift book from a well-known resource for Catholic spiritual tradition that will inspire the men who receive it. PB | 978-0-8294-3302-9 | $14.95

The William G. Storey Collection This collection of devotionals, bound in soft leatherette, comes from renowned and best-selling Christian author William G. Storey. Each devotional measures 4” x 6 ¼”, making any of these books a great gift to offer spiritual guidance to recipient, whenever the need arises.

A Beginner’s Book of Prayer LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-2792-9 | $9.95

A Book of Advent and Christmas Prayers LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-3901-4 | $9.95

A Book of Marian Prayers

LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-3574-0 | $9.95

A Catholic Book of Hours and Other Devotions LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-2584-0 | $9.95

The Little Office of Jesus and Mary LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-4372-1 | $9.95

Novenas LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-2161-3 | $9.95

A Prayer Book of Catholic Devotions LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-2030-2 | $9.95

A Prayer Book of Eucharistic Adoration LEATHERETTE | 978-0-8294-2906-0 | $9.95

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Ignatian Spirituality What Is Ignatian Spirituality? DAVID FLEMING, SJ

What Is Ignatian Spirituality? is a highly accessible summary of the key elements of the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. A fitting resource for students and faculty new to Jesuit tradition and Ignatian spirituality, author David Fleming, SJ, offers insight on contemplative prayer, discernment, and what it means to be actively involved in service and mission. ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-2718-9 | $12.95

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Ignatian Spirituality A to Z JIM MANNEY

In Ignatian Spirituality A to Z, author Jim Manney provides brief, informative, and entertaining explanations of key concepts and buzz words of Ignatian spirituality, as well as essential characters and events in Jesuit history. Its lexicon format and compact size make it the ideal reference guide for faculty and staff, as well as students, seeking a better understanding of the Jesuit and Ignatian way of life. PB | 978-0-8294-4598-5 | $14.95

An Ignatian Spirituality Reader GEORGE W. TRAUB, SJ

A collection of the finest short essays on Ignatian spirituality and its founder St. Ignatius of Loyola, An Ignatian Spirituality Reader will be of particular interest to those actively involved in Jesuit ministry. Compiled by George W. Traub, SJ, the writers of these essays include Howard Gray, SJ; William A. Barry, SJ; Dennis Hamm, SJ; and many others. PB | 978-0-8294-2723-3 | $18.95

Jesuits Telling Jokes

A (Serious) Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality NIKOL A AS SINTOBIN, SJ Using Jesuit jocularity, Jesuits Telling Jokes introduces readers to the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits)­— how they began, who they are, and what they do. Each chapter opens with a humorous cartoon that illuminates one aspect of the Jesuits, followed by brief but insightful explanations of an Ignatian principle or practice. A meaningful and accessible resource for those unfamiliar with the mission and spiritual practice of the Jesuits and a refreshing review for those who have worked with the Jesuits for years, Jesuits Telling Jokes is a fitting resource for all readers interested in the Jesuits and Ignatian spirituality. PB | 978-0-8294-4373-8 | $10.95

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A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer

Discovering the Power of St. Ignatius Loyola’s Examen JIM MANNEY St. Ignatius told the early Jesuits that the Examen was the most important prayer, even if they could pray it for only a moment. Jim Manney introduces all readers, no matter their prayer style, to this 500-year-old form of prayer that dramatically altered his own understanding of prayer and how to pray. A great resource to use for incorporating prayer into meetings and campus retreats, A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer will aid all in developing a habit of meditative reflection attuned to God’s presence. ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-3535-1 | $9.95

SPANISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4389-9 | $9.95

Reimagining the Ignatian Examen Fresh Ways to Pray from Your Day MARK E. THIBODEAUX, SJ The Examen is a founding principle of Ignatian spirituality, but what if St. Ignatius felt like changing it up a bit? Renowned speaker and author, Mark E. Thibodeaux, SJ, is confident that St. Ignatius wouldn’t mind a little flexibility in his prayer. Perfect for leading guided meditations on retreats, during days of reflections, or to open a meeting in a prayerful way, Reimagining the Ignatian Examen offers thematic variations on this 500-year-old prayer to meet any need. ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4244-1 | $12.95

SPANISH: PB | 978-0-8294-4512-1 | $12.95


Finding God in the Mess Meditations for Mindful Living

JIM DEEDS (PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRENDAN MCMANUS, SJ) Finding God in the Mess is the perfect tool to help us learn to pause, to take time to be with God, to contemplate our lives, and to recognize God’s presence in all of it, especially the hard times. You can use the meditations within Finding God in the Mess independently or in a group setting. With colorful photos and space for writing down one’s thoughts, this book is a great gift for faculty and staff, as well as an inspiring staff read. PB | 978-0-8294-4910-5 | $12.95

Praying with Ignatius of Loyola

JACQUELINE SYRUP BERGAN & SISTER MARIE SCHWAN, CSJ Praying with Ignatius of Loyola offers an entry point for readers to understand the life of St. Ignatius and the principles of Ignatian spirituality with quotes, reflection questions, and prayers. Authors Bergan and Schwan make Ignatian spirituality available to everyone and enriches an active, contemporary life with spiritual support and direction. PB | 978-0-8294-4352-3 | $12.95



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Small Simple Ways

An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living VINITA HAMPTON WRIGHT In Small Simple Ways: An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living, author, editor, and retreat leader Vinita Hampton Wright offers her trademark compassion and encouragement to lift readers up and help propel them forward. Through practice and repetition, Ignatian values will build upon themselves over the course of a year, and Small Simple Ways will help readers step into their future with good, healthy spiritual habits.​ And, its compact size makes it a great gift for faculty, staff, and donors. 2019 Best Book Awards, Finalist: Spirituality (Inspirational) PB | 978-0-8294-4541-1 | $14.95

An Ignatian Book of Days JIM MANNEY

A meaningful gift to give year-after-year for faculty, staff, or students, An Ignatian Book of Days is a 365-daily prayer book written explicitly from the point of view of Ignatian spirituality. Accessible, inviting, and rewarding, it’s filled with insights and reflections from favorite Ignatian leaders, including James Martin, SJ; Predro Arrupe, SJ; Margaret Silf; and of course, St. Ignatius of Loyola. PB | 978-0-8294-4145-1 | $12.95

The Ignatian Workout

Daily Spiritual Exercises for a Healthy Faith TIM MULDOON An excellent resource for busy faculty, staff, and students, The Ignatian Workout presents a dynamic program of spiritual “workouts” based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to foster balance and a healthy faith life within even the fullest schedules. The 4-week program created by Tim Muldoon is designed for reading, reflection, and prayer to guide readers to spiritual well-being. PB | 978-0-8294-1979-5 | $14.95

The Ignatian Adventure

Experiencing the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius in Daily Life KEVIN O’BRIEN, SJ As one who works in higher education, Kevin O’Brien, SJ, has a personal understanding of the importance of resources that serve the spiritual needs of faculty, staff, and students in higher education. His book, The Ignatian Adventure, fills a spiritual need while respecting the very full schedules of faculty, staff, and students alike. Additionally, this book is ideal for small groups to pray the Exercises together on campus or an individual seeking a deeper life of prayer. ACP Excellence in Publishing Award, Third Place: Prayers & Spirituality ENGLISH: PB | 978-0-8294-3577-1 | $14.95

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What’s Your Decision?

How to Make Choices with Confidence and Clarity J. MICHAEL SPAROUGH, SJ; TIM HIPSKIND, SJ; JIM MANNEY What’s Your Decision? is a highly practical books focused on offering a spiritual resource for effective decision making that is beneficial to adults of all ages, even more so the young adults studying at the higher education level. What’s Your Decision? will help all readers understand that a good decision is preceded by a God decision, which is when we first invite God into the decision-making process. PB | 978-0-8294-3148-3 | $10.95

Living Against the Grain

How to Make Decisions That Lead to an Authentic Life TIM MULDOON Author Tim Muldoon uses his experience working in higher education and counseling countless young adults during times of transition to offer this field-tested strategy in Living Against the Grain. This award-winning book is an excellent resource to offer those facing a difficult time of transition to help them discern their deepest desires and discover their true purpose in and for this world. Each chapter focuses on a crucial aspect of decision making and poses reflective questions that make Living Against the Grain both personal and practical. 2018 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 2nd Place: Books for Teens and Young Adults PB | 978-0-8294-4503-9 | $14.95

Making Choices in Christ

The Foundations of Ignatian Spirituality JOSEPH A. TETLOW, SJ In Making Choices in Christ, Joseph A. Tetlow, SJ, reveals how the ordinary person in modern times can embrace Ignatian spirituality through the extraordinary theology of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the Jesuits. This “field guide” to living Ignatian spirituality contains 40 concise meditations exploring what Ignatian spirituality is and isn’t and what it means to live by it. Making Choices in Christ is an ideal resource to be used before or during a retreat with the Exercises, or for the layperson who is curious about the “Jesuit mystique." PB | 978-0-8294-2716-5 | $12.95

Always Discerning

An Ignatian Spirituality for the New Millennium JOSEPH A. TETLOW, SJ In Always Discerning, Joseph A. Tetlow, SJ, shares how lay Christians can implement discernment into life’s big decisions and the everyday choices we make. Guided by Scripture, Pope Francis’s own words, and Ignatian spirituality, Fr. Tetlow helps those well acquainted with the Ignatian practice of prayerful discernment see that the dynamic interrelationship of head, heart, and hands is crucial to the decision-making process of our lives today. 2017 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, First Place: Spirituality (Soft Cover) PB | 978-0-8294-4456-8 | $14.95



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Experiencing God in the Ordinary WILLIAM A. BARRY, SJ

Renowned and beloved spiritual director William A. Barry, SJ, continues to guide readers into deeper relationship with God. In Experiencing God in the Ordinary, Barry wants you to recognize God in both the miraculous and ordinary moments of our lives. Complete with personal stories and various suggestions for prayer and meditation, this book is perfect for devotional reading, retreat, or small-group discussion. PB | 978-0-8294-5033-0 | $14.95

An Invitation to Love

A Personal Retreat on the Great Commandment WILLIAM A. BARRY, SJ Spiritual director and best-selling author of A Friendship Like No Other, William A. Barry, SJ, continues to guide spiritual seekers in An Invitation to Love. This retreat-in-a-book can be utilized for group retreats or personal practices with its practical and adaptable sequence of prayer sessions focused on the Great Commandment of the Christian faith: to love God and love our neighbor. Written from decades of experience accompanying others in prayer, this book will enrich any campus ministry program. PB | 978-0-8294-4667-8 | $14.95

Hearts on Fire

Praying with the Jesuits EDITED BY MICHAEL HARTER, SJ Hearts on Fire contains hundreds of Ignatian prayers, many written by the most illustrious Jesuits—Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Anthony de Mello, Karl Rahner, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, and many more. This collection includes Ignatian prayers for all occasions that are organized by theme within the weeks of the 19th Annotation. Its size also makes it ideal for having a guide for prayer whenever and wherever the need may be. PB | 978-0-8294-2120-0 | $12.95

Inner Compass

An Invitation to Ignatian Spirituality MARGARET SILF Written for lay people by best-selling Ignatian spirituality author Margaret Silf, Inner Compass is a practical and experience-based guide to greater self-knowledge and spiritual awareness through the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. This 10 th anniversary edition features a new introduction and personal invitation to the reader, a greatly expanded resource section, and a new design aimed at a new generation of spiritual readers. PB | 978-0-8294-2645-8 | $14.95

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The Way to Manresa

Discoveries along the Ignatian Camino BRENDAN MCMANUS, SJ Join Fr. Brendan McManus, SJ, on a pilgrimage that led to unexpected roadblocks and constant changes to his itinerary. While navigating an unclear path, he discovered new joys and consolations in the life of faith. In The Way to Manresa, McManus travels along the Ignatian Camino pilgrimage trail to Manresa, where St. Ignatius penned his Spiritual Exercises. This “failed” pilgrimage demonstrates that failure is a very human experience and, with faith in God, success and victory can be discovered along the way. PB | 978-0-8294-4956-3 | $14.95

Compass Points

Meeting God Every Day at Every Turn MARGARET SILF In Compass Points, Margaret Silf enables us to see the Divine in our daily lives. Through short but powerful meditations rooted in Ignatian spirituality and vignettes based on her own authentic spiritual experiences, Silf reveals the interior process of Ignatian mindfulness. By joining Silf on her journey through real life in the real world, our eyes, minds, and hearts are opened to the Divine experience, and we come to recognize God’s active presence in everything that we do. PB | 978-0-8294-2810-0 | $13.95 COMING SOON AS AN AUDIOBOOK

Ignatian Humanism

A Dynamic Spirituality for the Twenty-First Century RONALD MODRAS Renaissance humanism had a huge impact on Ignatian spirituality and the Society of Jesus in the 16th Century. In Ignatian Humanism, author Ronald Madras outlines the characteristics of Renaissance humanism and its influence on the principles and spiritual practice of the Jesuits. With its compelling biographies of Matteo Ricci, Friederich Spee, Karl Rahner, Pierre Theilhard de Chardin, and Pedro Arrupe, Modras offers an excellent resource to supplement course reading in the subjects of history, philosophy, and theology. PB | 978-0-8294-1986-3 | $16.95

Jesuit Saturdays

Sharing the Ignatian Spirit with Friends and Colleagues WILLIAM J. BYRON, SJ In Jesuit Saturdays, William J. Byron, SJ, shares with joy and openness the stories and experiences of his Jesuit journey, so that those who work in Jesuit institutions and are educated by the Jesuits can see what it really is that inspires and motivates Jesuits to do what they do. PB | 978-0-8294-2712-7 | $14.95



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Educational Resources The Adaptive Teacher

Faith-Based Strategies to Reach and Teacher Learners with Disabilities JOHN E. BARONE & CHARLEEN K ATRA The Adaptive Teacher is a practical resource that will provide guidance for educators to maximize the effectiveness of their lessons. Providing concrete strategies that can be implemented in classrooms the next day, all learners will benefit from educators that include the tips and techniques from The Adaptive Teacher. This book is an ideal resource to enhance courses in your institution’s School of Education, particularly courses focused on instructing future teachers on inclusive pedagogy. 2019 Best Book Awards, Winner: Education/Academic PB | 978-0-8294-4516-9 | $16.95

Teaching Students with Autism in a Catholic Setting L AWRENCE R. SUT TON, PH.D.

In Teaching Students with Autism in a Catholic Setting, Deacon Larry Sutton draws on case studies, personal experiences, and best practices to provide educators with the necessary skills and strategies to identify and respond to the needs of their students with autism. Teaching Students with Autism in a Catholic Setting is a resource endorsed by Mark Kennedy Shriver, the Senior Vice President of U.S. Programs & Advocacy at Save the Children and President of Save the Children Action Network. PB | 978-0-8294-4707-1 | $13.95

Ignatian Pedagogy

Classic and Contemporary Texts on Jesuit Education from St. Ignatius to Today EDITED BY JOSÉ MESA, SJ Ignatian Pedagogy is an essential resource to enhance courses in history or education and to enlighten those who serve in Jesuit institutions of education. Commissioned by the Secretariat for Education of the Society of Jesus, this book chronicles how the Society of Jesus responded to the significant opportunities and challenges their educational apostolates faced through the centuries. 2018 Catholic Press Association Book Awards, 2nd Place: Reference Books HC | 978-0-8294-4595-4 | $49.95

A Jesuit Education Reader GEORGE W. TRAUB, SJ

A Jesuit Education Reader is a collection of the best contemporary writing on the mission, challenge, and state of Jesuit education. This anthology makes a unique addition to course reading material for preparing future educators or a resource for new staff to Jesuit institutions of education, with its offering of 35 essays written by a veritable “Who’s Who” of educators and writers. PB | 978-0-8294-2722-6 | $24.95

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