Books on Spirituality

Saints for sinners

This surprising book is original for the perspective with which it looks at 9 saints of the Church. It is not about their exemplary virtues but about the defects they had and, above all, what they had to...

To be a Father with Saint Joseph

Fabrice Hadjadj, Philosopher and convert to Catholicism, has published this short book to offer his own reflections about the life of Saint Joseph. As usual, Hadjadj is deep, insightful, witty and often...

First comes Love

In this book, the author establishes a parallel between the natural family, the Church and the Holy Trinity. In successive chapters, beginning with Sacred Scripture and the writings of the Fathers of the...

For me, to live is Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? There are many ways to answer this question. Perhaps one of the most synthetic is the one repeated in the letters of St. Paul: to be a Christian is to live in Christ, to...

Vocation: Something Great that is Love

Who am I? is an important question. But much more important, Pope Francis tells us, is this other one: For whom am I? Our identity is nourished by what we have received, but it takes its form above all from...

Priestly Fatherhood

With his usual spiritual richness and his simple and serene style, Jacques Philippe reflects in this work on the spiritual paternity of the priest. He is aware of the difficulties and perplexities generated...