Open the Door of Mercy
The Book is divided into three parts consisting of ten chapters. It deals with the celebration of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, and at the same time brings forth the significant insights of the Apostolic Letters: “Face of Mercy” and “Rich in Mercy.” The terminological analysis of the term “Mercy” gives us a factual understanding of the concept.
Msgr. Dr. John Kochuthundil
Do You Love me More than These...?
This book on Consecration, discusses in eight different chapters, the various aspects of sanctified consecration. The coming chapters expose the commitment inherent in a call of the ‘called and consecrated’ to be Good Samaritan ‘Go and do likewise’. The final chapter Do You love me more than these holds the essence of commitment that is detachment in commitment to belong to Christ-It is highlighted as departure, a departure requested of anyone who wants to belong to him-Taking Peter at the sea shore after resurrection, the narration declares through each flight of step that one takes to detach one adheres to Christ and His church-Awine and Branch relationship-The church His body.
The Sanctified Consecration
Sr. Maria Kurian Karumalil
Mysticism in Tagore's GitanjalI
Mysticism in Tagore's Gitanjali is a masterly study of the mystical elements in Gitanjali in the context of Eastern and Western mystical concepts. It illustrates how Tagore attains to a direct experience of God in and through nature, joy, sorrow and art, particularly poetry. The presentation of Tagore's monistic-dualistic conception of God is a singular speciality of the book. This doctoral thesis has been highly commended by the members of the doctoral committee as one of the best of its kind. A superb literary piece, it is also so compelling and urgent in modern times
Author Fr. Joseph Vattakalam
The Wise Man from India
The Play, based on the Bible examines the possibility of a person from India being among the three wise men – the Magi – who visited Jesus soon after his birth. It also tries to make an interpretation on the visit of Saint Thomas to India. The story also gives a brief perspective view of the historical, geographical and social background of the period, in the lands through which the principal character passes. The central message of his journey is that the path of every missionary is fraught with obstacles and distractions. The play also presents the story of two mothers who lost their sons. One tries to reach out to the other in a unique way. The play would help Indians of other religions to better understand Christianity and its origins in India. Also–through the medium of an entertaining story – Christian readers in other parts of the world would come to know about the uniqueness of Indian Christians
Author Mathew G.Kayalackakom
Mathew Arnold and Bhagavad Gita
In this fine piece of writing, Anniyil Tharakan breaks new ground in Arnold scholarship in an area hither to untouched by critics. In this volume Tharakan “searches out the finest strands of Indian thought woven into the fabric of nineteenth century British poet Matthew Arnold’s poetry and reinforces it with a well-documented history of eastward oriented European studies.’
Author Anniyil Tharakan
Temptation & Discernment
In this work, the author describes the nature of Christian spiritual discernment, drawing on the teachings of the Spanish saints and mystics Ignatius of Loyola, John of the Cross, and Teresa of Avila. He then applies their insights in a series of brief chapters on the major temptations in the two principle areas of our Christian life: ministry and prayer
Author Segundo Galilea
Hindu Spirituality in Christian Insights
This volume is a posthumous tribute to cherish the great memory of a spiritual leader of Catholic Church who was well versed in Indian Darsana. He used his will and skill to create harmony in a society that is being tormented by narrow selfish interested motive... All the fourteen articles compiled in this volume testify the sincere attempt of an intelligent intellectual on Indian darsana as well as Western philosophy to establish a meaningful dialogue with a spirituality of Christianity and Hinduism in a lucid style.
Author Arch Bishop Daniel Acharuparambil
Author Dr. Mathew Uppani CMI
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