Spiritual Treasure by Bernard l3angley (Fowler Wright, £7.95) Paraphrased selections from St Augustine, St Bernard, St Francis of Assisi, Brother Lawrence, St Teresa of Avila, St Francis de Sales, and Fenelon.
The Journeying Self by Diarmuid McGann (Fowler Wright, £7.95) A meditative study of the gospel of Mark through a Jungian perspective.
Understanding the Human Jesus by Andrew Canale (Fowler Wright, £7.95) Jesus is portrayed by a psychologist who is not afraid to confess his impassioned devotion to him.
King Santo the Tragic Hero by John A Sanford (Fowler Wright, £6.95) This book by a practising Jungian analyst sheds new light on David and Samuel, and along the way describes the process of individuation and personal integration.
Luke: Artist and Theologian by Robert J Karris (Fowler Wright £7.95) The author applies contemporary methods of literary criticism to Luke's account of the Passion, and his conclusions have great bearing on the issues of justice and society.
Water into Wine by Stephen Verney (Fount, £2,50) Eighteen episodes from the gospel of John are explored, revealing new levels of reality and understanding.
Resurrection by Morton Kelsey (Fowler Wright, £8.95) As a theologian and psychologist, Kelsey focuses on the reality of Jesus in history. A Third Collection by Bernard Lonergan, SJ (Geoffrey Chapman, £10.95) This collection of Lonergan's papers brings together most of his last work, and contains his thoughts on Aristotle and Aquinas, Christology, religious experience, and many other subjects.
What Are They Saying about Theological Method? by J J Mueller, SJ (Fowler Wright, £3.95) In the process of offering an overview of contemporary methods of theology, the book provides a close-up of Christian philosophers of method like Rattner, Lonergan, Macquarrie, Tillich and Schillebeeckx.
Philosophy of Religion by C Stephen Evans (Inter-Varsity Press, £3.50) Looks at the classical arguments for God's existence; examines the contemporary challenges to theism for sociology, psychology and philosophy; investigates personal religious experience, revelation and miracles.
Grief and Growth by R. Scott Sullender (Fowler Wright, £8.95) This study underlines the vitality of the pastoral resources of community, ritual, belief, and faith in the emotional and spiritual growth of those who grieve, Parents Talk Love by Sullivan and Kawiak (Fowler Wright, £7.95) The Catholic Family Handbook about sexuality. The authors offer specific facts suitable for different ages and debunk many myths about sex.