James Martin, SJ, went on a Lourdes pilgrimage as chaplain for a group of pilgrims sponsored by the Order of Malta. Lourdes Diary is Fr. Martin’s illuminating account of seven busy and gratifying days at Massabieille—at turns touching, humorous, reverent, and self-effacing. As we journey with Martin, we come to understand why six million people a year make a Lourdes pilgrimage, and why many of them are forever changed by their experiences of this sacred place.
James Martin, S.J., is associate editor of America magazine. A prolific author, writer, and editor, his books include Searching for God at Ground Zero and In Good Company, and his articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Tablet, and Commonweal. He resides in New York City.
A Jesuit Off-Broadway: Center Stage with Jesus, Judas, and Life's Big QuestionsTheater and theology share the stage in Fr. James Martin’s A Jesuit Off-Broadway, the true story about the making of a celebrated play.
My Life with the Saints (paperback): Paperback edition. A remarkable memoir of a man's lifelong personal attachment to twenty-four holy men and women who changed his life.
Who Cares About the Saints?: Let James Martin, SJ author of the bestselling book My Life with the Saints introduce you to his favorite Catholic saints in this exciting new saints DVD.
Mi vida con los santos: En Mi vida con los Santos James Martin nos presenta una conmovedora experiencia respect a su relación con los Santos –desde María, la madre de Jesús, hasta San Francisco o la Madre Teresa- y la manera personal en la que ha side dirigido por los heroes de la Iglesia a lo largo de toda su vida.
A Jesuit Off-Broadway: Behind the Scenes with Faith, Doubt, Forgiveness, and MoreAn Off-Broadway cast has plenty of questions about life and faith - and Fr. James Martin, author of My Life with the Saints, is just the right person to offer some answers in A Jesuit Off-Broadway.
Praying with America: 100 Years of Encountering God in Prayer with America MagazinePraying with America presents and celebrates the diversity of prayer over the past century and offers readers the wisdom and inspiration of leading Catholic thinkers on the practice of prayer.