Abandonment to Divine Providence
by Rev. Fr. Jean-Pierre de Caussade
"Let go and let God." This popular phrase captures the essence of Father Jean-Pierre de Caussade's 18th century treatise on trust, Abandonment to Divine Providence. Do you doubt? Do you suffer? Are you anxious about the trials of life? Father de Caussade offers the one sure solution to any spiritual difficulty: abandon yourself entirely to God by embracing the duties of your station in life. With wisdom and gentleness he teaches how to practice complete submission to the will of God in every situation, whether we are beginners or seasoned travelers on the way of perfection. True abandonment, he explains, is a trusting, peaceful, and childlike surrender to the guidance of grace.
A Short Primer for Unsettled Laymen
by Fr. Hans Urs von Balthasar Von Balthasar addresses the critical issues facing today's Catholic layman in a clear and readable manner. Speaking plainly on those ideas and questions which have...
All Will Be Well
by Julian of Norwich Drawing deeply from the wisdom writings of medieval English mystic Julian of Norwich, All Will Be Well welcomes even spiritual newcomers to the spirituality of this fourteenth-century visionary...
An Introduction to the Devout Life
by St. Francis de Sales As no sensible person would make a long road trip without first consulting a map, so the person intent upon gaining Heaven should first resort...