THE CLASSICS OF WESTERN SPIRITUALITY SERIES
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Angela of Foligno: Selected Writings
Translated with an introduction by Paul Lachance, OFM


This is the first English translation, based on a new critical edition of the Latin text, of Angela's Book in its entirety. A comprehensive introduction sets it in the context of the times and summarizes Angela's inner journey, spirituality and influence.

Hb 448 pp. PhP 593

Carthusian Spirituality: The Writings of Hugh of Balma and Guigo de Ponte
Translated and introduced by Dennis D. Martin


Translated here for the first time in their entirety in English are the extant writings of two little known 13th century Carthusians who had great influence on Christian spirituality. Hb 640 pp. PhP 705

The Classic Midrash: Tannatic Commentaries on the Bible
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ranslation, introduction and commentaries by Reuven Hammer

Commentary and interpretation of Scripture taken from the early rabbinic masters, the Tannaim, along with a running explanation of their theological, literary and historical importance.
Hb 576 pp. PhP 769

Early Anabaptist Spirituality: Selected Writings
Translated, edited and introduced by Daniel Liechty


An anthology of early to mid-sixteenth century writings that illuminate the distinctive character of early Anabaptist ideology. The writings focus on the themes of regeneration, the Anabaptist fellowship and the demands of discipleship.
Hb 320 pp. PhP 659

Early Islamic Mysticism: Sufi, Qur'an, Mi'raj, Poetic and Theological Writings
Translated and edited with an introduction by Michael A. Sells


Makes available and accessible the writings of the crucial early period of Islamic mysticism during which sufism developed as one of the world's major mystical traditions. The texts are accompanied by commentary on their historical, literary and philosophical context.
Hb 416 pp PhP 769


Elijah Benamozegh: Israel and Humanity,
Translated, edited and with an introduction by Maxwell Luria

The first English translation of Israel and Humanity, the work that constitutes a synthesis of the religious thought of this nineteenth-century Italian rabbi, theologian, philosopher and kabbalist.
Hb 528 pp PhP 659

Gertrude of Helfta: The Herald of Divine Love
Translated and edited by Margaret Winkworth


The revelations given by God to a German Benedictine nun in the 13th century, concerning His great love for sinful man and the way in which man should respond to that love.
Hb, 288 pp. PhP 549

Isaiah Horowitz: The Generations of Adam
Translated and edited with an introduction by Miles Krassen


A first time English translation of a seventeenth-century classic of Jewish literature that deals with many of the most important issues addressed by Kabbalists since the last twelfth century.
Hb 464 pp. PhP 769

Jeremy Taylor: Selected Works.
Edited and introduced by Thomas K. Carroll; preface by John Booty

Selections from the writings of Jeremy Taylor, "The Shakespeare of English Prose," which illustrate the underlying theological synthesis of the Caroline Divines and the unity of language and faith that expressed their spirituality.
Hb, 544 pp. PhP 549

 


John Comenius: The Labyrinth of the World and The Paradise of the Heart
Translated and introduced by Howard Lowthan and Andrea Sterk


One of the most significant works in Czech literature, this is a new English translation of an allegory of the spiritual journey as experienced by a 17th century pilgrim. Comenius (1592-1670) was the pastor and spiritual leader of the Bohemian Brethren (Unitas Fratrum) a Chech Protestant group inspired by the Hussite movement of the 15th century. HB 272 pp. PhP 499

Luis de Leon: the Names of Christ
Translated and introduced by Manuel Duran and William Kluback


A Renaissance pastoral dialogue on the significance of Christ's names written during the Golden Age of Spain.
Hb, 416 pp. Php 329

Margaret Ebner: Major Works
Translated by and edited by Leonard P. Hindsley


The first ever English translation of the major works of this fourteenth-century German Dominican nun and mystic.
Hb 240 pp. PhP 549

Marguerite Porete: The Mirror of Simple Souls
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dited by Ellen Babinsky

The first modern English translation of the complete text of The Mirror, which is not in the maelstrom of political and ecclesiastical tensions and conflicts.
Hb 288 pp. PhP 549

Mechthild of Magdeburg: the Flowing Light of the Godhead
Translated and introduced by Frank Tobin.


Here is the first English translation based on the new critical edition of The Flowing Light of the Godhead, the sole mystical visionary work of Mechthild, a 13th century German Beguine. This challenging work of deep religious insight reflects Mechthild's inner life, and God's as well, employing a great variety of traditional medieval literary forms and genres in prose and verse.
Hb 416 pp. PhP 769

Nicholas of Cusa: Selected Spiritual Writings
Translated and introduced by H. Lawrence Bond

For the first time in one volume in English are the spiritual writings of this outstanding 15th century intellectual figure whose work anticipated modern problems of ecumenicity and pluralism, empowerment and reconciliation, and tolerance and individuality.
Hb 400 pp. PhP 699

Nizam Ad-Din Awilya: Morals for the Heart
Translated and edited by Bruce B. Lawrence


Translated from Persian, Morals for the Heart is once of the classic and basic texts of Italian Sufism, the earliest collection saying of Shaykh Nizam ad-din Awilya.
Hb, 416 pp. PhP 539

Theatine Spirituality: Selected Writings
Translated and edited with an introduction and notes by William V. Hudon

This volume presents key spiritual writings, by members of the Theatine religious order, founded in Italy in the sixteenth century, along with an introduction that places the texts and the order in the context of Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italy.
Hb 320 pp. PhP 659

Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac, Rules, Conferences and Writings
Edited by Frances Ryan and John E. Rybolt


The rules, conferences and writings of these two Vincentian founders who, through service to the poor, left an indelible mark on the Church in France in the seventeenth century and beyond to the present.
Hb 352 pp. PhP 549

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