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Defending Hope

Defending Hope is an inspiring collection of first-hand accounts by Palestinians and Israelis who movingly describe how their lives have been shaped by conflict and who are united by a common goal: to bring about a just peace for the land they call home.

Defying Gravity

This is the powerful, moving story, of a contemporary family's hopes and dreams that were shattered after suddenly being catapulted into a nightmare, and how they responded to it.

Dom Augustine Baker 1575-1641

Augustine Baker OSB is arguably the most important English mystical teacher of the post-Reformation period. His output was prodigious, and his knowledge of the spiritual classics all-embracing.
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Dom Eugene Boylan: Trappist Monk & Writer: 1904-1964

Dom Eugene Boylan, O.C.R., was an Irish-born Trappist monk and writer who was born in 1904 and died in 1964

Dorothy Day

In this introduction to the life and thought of Dorothy Day, one of the most important lay Catholics of the twentieth century, Terrence Wright presents her radical response to God's mercy.

Doves in Crimson Fields: Iraqi Christian Martyrs

Christianity has been firmly established in Iraq for nearly two thousand years, but from the fourth century to the present day, Christians in Iraq have faced periods of terrible persecution. This book brings together their stories, from the witness of martyrs sixteen hundred years ago, across the centuries, to our own time.

Ear of the Heart

Dolores Hart stunned Hollywood in 1963, when after ten highly successful feature films, she chose to enter a contemplative monastery. Now, fifty years later, Mother Dolores gives this fascinating account of her life.

Elizabeth Prout: 1820-1864: A Religious

Elizabeth Prout stands at both the heart and the crossroads of nineteenth-century history.