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Befriend the Darkness, Welcome the Light (MP3)

$16.95 • Length: 126 minutes
Available exclusively through Ave Maria Press.
This product is not returnable.

“Darkness comes into our lives in two ways. Sometimes we choose darkness, and sometimes it chooses us.” — Joyce Rupp

All too often we feel overwhelmed by life, unable to rise above our fears and weaknesses. Yet it is within our darkest hour that the light of our finest hour begins to shine. The file can be downloaded and listened to on a computer, MP3 player, or mobile device. Sales to U.S. customers only.

Praying Our Goodbyes (Audio Book)

$24.99 (Available through Franciscan Media)

Everyone has had to say goodbye. Experiences of loss abound: death, illness, unemployment, severed ties, financial struggles or geographical moves, to name but a few. Joyce Rupp has a healing gift for helping readers and listeners to reflect, ritualize and reorient themselves when loss looms large in their lives. In this book, she writes about healing and recovered hope. This audio edition includes six chapters, rooted in Scripture and concluding with questions for further refection.

Walking with Those Who Hurt (2-CD Set)

$24.99 (Available through Servants of Mary Gift Store)

Presentation 1: Caring for Ourselves
Presentation 2: Coping with Change Walking with Those Who Hurt is an open invitation for those in caring ministries and those who regularly walk with those who hurt to seek the God within. Speaker Joyce Rupp’s central theme is that by growing through suffering, we are able to be compassionate with others who are hurting. Her insightful presentations convey a deep personal sense of the journey through grief. In her first presentation, Rupp explores the ideas of solitude, contemplation, and becoming aware of the presence of Christ in Everyone. In her second presentation, she focuses on the psychological studies of grief and transition while outlining the difficult process of change in everyone’s life. She addresses such issues as how we deal with change, different types of loss, the often overwhelming mix of emotions that embody the grieving process, and the stages of transition.
(1 hour, 30 minutes)