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Die Seele der Ökumene 
George Augustin
The Soul of the Ecumenical Movement
Unity of Christians as a spiritual process
With a preface by Walter Cardinal Kasper

The unity of Christians will not be the result of administrative measures nor theological agreement on the smallest common denominator. The unity of Christians is instead grounded in a personal relationship to Jesus Christ and is a gift from the Holy Spirit, one that minds and hearts must be open to.

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Seht den Menschen 
Peter Balleis
Human Longing
The temptation of power and the misery of refugees

For 20 years, Peter Balleis was on the front lines of work with refugees. He asks probing questions about the causes of that misery and looks not only at the political background, but also at the sordid side of the human race. People become refugees because other people want to pursue their own interests without regard for anyone else. The temptations of wealth, fame, and power are mainsprings of violence and causes of wars.

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Fernnahe Liebe 
Niklaus Kuster / Nadia Rudolf von Rohr
Intimate Love from a Distance
Nicholas and Dorothea of Flüe

Nicholas of Flüe, the national saint of the Swiss, is unthinkable without Dorothea, his strong wife, with whom he liked to dance; she was by his side as he achieved prominence

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Vom Gesetz zum Gesicht 
Paul M. Zulehner
From Law to Love
A New Tone in the Church: Pope Francis on Marriage and Family (Amoris laetitia)

The document Amoris laetitia has been greatly underrated in its reception. It is a document that goes far beyond marriage and family ministry. The experienced pastoral theologian Paul M. Zulehner outlines its pioneering significance.

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Ehrfurcht 
Anton A. Bucher
Awe
The Psychology of Strength

This book takes a new look at an old word: awe. It can be a cumbersome term, as it was often misused to keep people in their place. Properly understood, it means just the opposite. Awe is the powerful emotion that overtakes us when we encounter something truly great, something that attracts and inspires us to be like it.

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Entängstigt euch! 
Paul M. Zulehner
Set Aside Your Fear!
Refugees and the Christian Occident

For months, refugees have been coming to us in huge numbers: women, men, young children. That generates emotions in the populace that run in very different directions. Some feel anger, others worry, and yet others are optimistic. Those who are angry tend to be defensive, while the optimists are ready to pitch in and help. They can be found volunteering at train stations, working alongside civic organizations and church congregations.

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Entschieden Christ sein 
Klaus Koziol
Courage Born of Trust
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Legacy for Today

On April 9, 1945 the Protestant theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer was murdered by the Nazis in the Flossenbürg concentration camp. Even today, countless people are impressed by his courage, his power, and his steadfastness in a time of terror and imprisonment.

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So bleib doch ja nicht stehn 
Hubertus Halbfas
Never Stand Still
My life with theology

For more than half a century, Hubertus Halbfas has had a decisive impact on religious education –assertive and controversial, systematic and creative. This is his autobiography.

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Auslaufmodell 
Paul M. Zulehner
Discontinued Model
In what direction is Pope Francis taking the Church?

Discontinued: That could mean the end of the Church in post-Christian Europe. More than a few statistics seem to point in that direction. Francis stands for another kind of end: the ship of the Church should sail away from the harbor of occupation with itself and toward the shores of life and society, toward those who are wounded by life. That is what he takes a prophetic stand for and he wants to reposition the Church for just such a departure.

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Der gehörnte Mose und eine falsche Madonna 
Josef Imbach
The Horned Moses and a False Madonna

There are many curious “additions” to Christian works of art like a peacock on the stable in Bethlehem. In this book Josef Imbach explains mystic symbols in religious art by means of numerous illustrations in an informative style.

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