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Freedom from Codependency By Philip St. Romain
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In these pages spiritual director Philip St. Romain explores codependency: what it is, its characteristics, the persons it affects, and how it develops. He also details a plan for recovery -- based... More > on the Twelves Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous -- to help one break free from this destructive addiction.< Less
God, Self and Ego By Philip St. Romain
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What do we mean by the terms God, Self and Ego? The answer depends on one's view of human nature and its relationship to the divine. Using the philosophy and theology of St. Thomas Aquinas to... More > qualify his terms, author Philip St. Romain describes different possible relationships between God, Self and Ego, and the disciplines to support these.< Less
Twelve Steps to Spiritual Wholeness By Philip St. Romain
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This book presents the Twelve Steps of recovery groups as a way to grow, to move toward a spiritual awakening, an awareness of our true self in God. Every page bears gentle reassurance that... More > fulfillment of the Twelve Steps inspires a cleansing sense of wholeness -- a renewed spirit that helps readers break free from negative and sinful influences in their lives.< Less
Jesus on the Cross: WHY? By Philip St. Romain
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What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of... More > the crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives. St. Romain's reflections focus on several themes, including the crucifixion as a fulfillment of the Jewish traditions of a suffering servant; as a new covenant between God and the human race; as an expiatory sacrifice; as a means of breaking the power of sin. His discussions are carried on in pastoral terms derived from scripture and his experience of living and working in the world. Most chapters include a section on catechetical considerations of a renewed understanding of the crucifixion, as well as questions for personal reflection and discussion.< Less
Jesus Alive in Our Lives By Philip St. Romain
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This work bundles together three related works previously published for different purposes. 
Part One - “The Meaning of the Resurrection,” examines the evidence of the Resurrection... More > and then treats its implications for the life of the believer.
 Part Two - “Encountering the Risen Christ,” reflects on meeting the risen Christ in his four modes of present to us: personal/historical, communal, sacramental and cosmic.

 Part Three - “The Gift of the Spirit,” notes the decisive role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of early Christian believers, and in our own as well.

The theme running through these three parts is that Jesus of Nazareth is risen, and that we can come to know him and give evidence of his life and love in our own as well.< Less
Growing In Inner Freedom By Philip St. Romain
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40 ways to become more inwardly free! Using Jesus Christ as a model of spiritual freedom, and citing lessons found in the Scriptures, "Growing in Inner Freedom" contains 40 time-tested... More > practices, including: Living by Faith, Don't Worry Uselessly, Count Your Blessings, Practice Forgiveness, Go the Extra Mile and many more.< Less
Jesus on the Cross: WHY? (eBook) By Philip St. Romain
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What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of the... More > crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives. St. Romain's reflections focus on several themes, including the crucifixion as a fulfillment of the Jewish traditions of a suffering servant; as a new covenant between God and the human race; as an expiatory sacrifice; as a means of breaking the power of sin. His discussions are carried on in pastoral terms derived from scripture and his experience of living and working in the world. Most chapters include a section on catechetical considerations of a renewed understanding of the crucifixion, as well as questions for personal reflection and discussion.< Less
Growing in Inner Freedom: A Guide for Today By Philip St. Romain
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40 ways to become more inwardly free! Using Jesus Christ as a model of spiritual freedom, and citing lessons found in the Scriptures, "Growing in Inner Freedom" contains 40 time-tested... More > practices, including: Living by Faith, Don't Worry Uselessly, Count Your Blessings, Practice Forgiveness, Go the Extra Mile and many more.< Less
Jesus is Risen - booklet By Philip St. Romain
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In this booklet, it is emphasized that the foundational conviction for a Christian's attitude is belief in the resurrection of Jesus. We examine the evidence for the resurrection and show how we can... More > encounter the risen Christ today--how we can make sense of pain and problems, and learn to live the risen life.< Less
Jesus Alive in Our Lives By Philip St. Romain
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This work bundles together three related works previously published for different purposes. 
Part One - “The Meaning of the Resurrection,” examines the evidence of the Resurrection... More > and then treats its implications for the life of the believer.
 Part Two - “Encountering the Risen Christ,” reflects on meeting the risen Christ in his four modes of present to us: personal/historical, communal, sacramental and cosmic.

 Part Three - “The Gift of the Spirit,” notes the decisive role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of early Christian believers, and in our own as well.

The theme running through these three parts is that Jesus of Nazareth is risen, and that we can come to know him and give evidence of his life and love in our own as well.< Less

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