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A Little Manual for Knowing

A Little Manual for Knowing

In refreshing challenge to the common presumption that knowing involves amassing information, this book offers an eight-step approach that begins with love and pledge and ends with communion and shalom. Everyday adventures of knowing turn on a moment of insight that transforms and connects knower and known. No matter the field-science or art, business or theology, counseling or athletics-this little manual offers a how-to for knowing ventures. It offers concrete guidance to individuals or teams, students or professionals, along with plenty of exercises to spark the process of discovery, design, artistry, or mission.

By Esther Lightcap Meek

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Loving to Know: Covenant Epistemology

Loving to Know: Covenant Epistemology

Knowing is less about information and more about transformation; less about comprehension and more about being apprehended. This radical book develops the notion of covenant epistemology--an innovative, biblically compatible, holistic, embodied, life-shaping epistemological vision in which all knowing takes the shape of interpersonal, covenantal relationship. Rather than knowing in order to love, we love in order to know. Meek argues that all knowing is best understood as transformative encounter.

By Esther Lightcap Meek

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Creating an Authentic Catholic School

Creating an Authentic Catholic School

Acclaimed educator and theologian Richard Rymarz offers a comprehensive understanding of Catholic education in a changing cultural landscape. Catholic education has been one of the most important ministries of the Church since its arrival in Canada It has shaped generations of women and men and formed the very foundation of faith.

By: Professor Richard Rymarz

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Divine Renovation: A Step-by-Step Manual for Transforming Your Parish

Divine Renovation: A Step-by-Step Manual for Transforming Your Parish

Fr. James Mallon offers a blueprint for parishes to go beyond maintaining their buildings and meeting the needs of their parishioners. He believes the key to being a Church that is alive and relevant is for parishes to embrace their mission, which is to make disciples. This companion volume provides the tools parishes need to succeed with this mission.

By: Fr. James Mallon

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