With empathy and just the right touch of humour, Jeff Dunn shows us how saints from Paul to Pio weren’t immune to struggles and difficulties. There are no platitudes or easy answers here. Instead, you’ll find wisdom, support and guidance from saints who accompany us as we travel from worry, fear and anxiety to the peace of God.
Majellan Bookstore - A Range of Titles for Spiritual Healing
If you’ve ever experienced a highly stressful event or series of events, you may have been traumatised to some extent. In such challenging times, we often rely on the support of family and other loved ones. Majellan has a collection of book titles that can assist you or someone you know on the journey to physical, emotional or spiritual recovery.
Reflections, Activities and Prayers on Practicing Virtues.
Organized by 25 virtues—compassion, empathy, justice, and more—this essential resource also includes brief reflections and prayers for each virtue. The ideas and approaches can be used at home, in classrooms, or in small or large groups to help children of all ages grow into the compassionate and caring people God created them to be.
This small book of everyday reflections and prayers reveals that literally everything in daily life can reflect God’s love and goodness. A smile, a knock at the door, a seed waiting to be sown, a leaf, through these simple gifts, prayer washes over all the moments of the day and makes it more spiritual and meaningful.
Sometimes the chaos and questioning of everyday life can be overwhelming. This book applies a faith perspective to making choices and finding one’s way, using practical examples and stories. In addition, questions for reflection make this a good choice for parish prayer groups and book clubs.
The second half of life offers many opportunities for growth, discovery, and new meanings. Janet Schaeffler helps you explore them with wisdom, prayer and a deep sense of appreciation for who you are and who you are still becoming.
Christine Olsen is a Community Builder for her local authority and specialises in bringing people together and helping them to find friendship. With her abundant practical experience, she offers insight and strategies which clergy and pastoral workers will find a godsend in their work.
The author draws on his own hard-earned wisdom for this series of reflections on spirituality and mental health. He covers a range of experiences including: upsides (unexpected blessings along the mental health journey), downsides (challenges along the mental health journey), recovery (steps and considerations for getting back on track), balance (modern and contemplative wisdom for life), loving life (through fully embracing the mental health journey) and spirituality (an inner dynamism toward fullness of life).
I couldn’t help myself: I was so angry that I exploded and said things that I later regretted.
We’ve all felt anger churning away inside like a volcano which is almost ready to erupt; experienced the stress of trying to remain calm so that our angry words and actions don’t hurt ourselves or others
either emotionally or physically. This book offers practical ideas and strategies which help to peacefully manage that inner volcano.