Father Gabriel Mejia has developed a rehabilitation process for addicted and abused youth that uses love consciousness and meditation as a basis of therapy. This book is a chronicle of his visit to help spread the word about an alternative to our current approach to heal our addicted youth.
Author: Scott Werner
Publisher: Health and Longevity Incorporated
Category: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
"The classic book of daily meditations on the interior life, newly revised and expanded to correspond with the feasts of the Catholic liturigal year."--Cover.
Author: Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Category: Automobile travel
San Gabriel is often referred to as the "birthplace of the Los Angeles region." The area's first inhabitants were native peoples often called Gabriele�o because of their association with the San Gabriel Mission, which was founded in 1771; the mission became the fourth and most productive of the 21 California missions built along El Camino Real. Saloons and gambling halls arrived during the Wild West era, and shoot-outs became commonplace. Joshua Bean owned one such saloon until his 1852 murder. His brother, the future judge Roy Bean, inherited and operated his Headquarters Saloon until Roy was run out of town by local authorities. The vintage images in this book chronicle San Gabriel through the 20th century, covering city growth and oddities, including early resident William Money, the region's first documented cult leader and founder of the Moneyan Institute, and the infamous "Man From Mars" bandit, who terrorized the community with grocery store robberies.
Author: Richard J. Arnold
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-91), writer, traveller and spiritualist, is well known for her role in nineteenth-century theosophy. Born in the Ukraine, Blavatsky travelled extensively and claimed to have spent seven years studying esoteric mysteries in Tibet. From 1863 she began working as a medium and later counted W. B. Yeats among her followers. In 1875 she founded the Theosophical Society with Henry Steel Olcott. Influenced by Eastern philosophy and the Templars, Freemasons and Rosicrucians, the Society aimed to unravel the occult mysteries of nature. First published in 1877, this book outlines theosophy's precepts. The book is a mishmash of Hermetic philosophy, Christian history and Asian theology, and was allegedly dictated astrally from authorities including Plato, Solomon and Roger Bacon. Volume 2 questions the 'infallibility of religion'. Blavatsky attacks the Church's authority on spirituality and outlines its historic crimes. The book also explores the influence of Eastern philosophy on Christianity.
A Master-Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science and Theology
Author: H. P. Blavatsky
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
The Dictionary of Canadian Biography is the definitive biographical reference work in Canadian history. "No serious student of Canada's past can function without access to this thorough, balanced and reliable source." R. Hall, Globe and Mail.
Author: Gordon W. Brown,Marcel Trudel,Francess G. Halpenny,Jean Hamelin
Madison's Angels takes place in North Carolina, New Mexico, and Texas. Though the first chapter takes place twenty-seven years ago, the remainder of the story occurs during the current time period. Madison Cavanaugh is the only child of a single mother, Rosemary. When Madison was just an infant, Rosemary traveled from New Mexico to North Carolina with Ray Davis, who was a long-distance truck driver. With no other family, Rosemary is overwhelmed by the generosity and warmth bestowed on them by the Davis family. She and Madison soon become a part of their family. Ray's younger sister, Debbie, is also a single mother raising a daughter named Megan. Rosemary and Debbie become close friends and their two little girls spend their childhood together. Now an ER nurse, Madison recognizes the blood-covered pendant on her critically injured patient as belonging to her mother. When Rosemary dies during surgery and the surgeon explains to Madison that the woman who raised her had never delivered a child, her life is shaken to the core. Madison is determined to find her true identity. Her first step is to travel from North Carolina to New Mexico to locate a priest whose name her mother struggled to say before she died. But the more Madison learns, the deeper and more dangerous her investigation becomes. Elaine LaForge lives in the Finger Lakes region of New York. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of five. Now retired, she has the time to write the novels she has always envisioned in her mind. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/ElaineLaForge
Author: Elaine Laforge
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
A TECHNIQUE BUILDING program for any band o Also for INDIVIDUAL STUDY or small groups o BOOK 3 of the Essential Elements 2000 beginning band system - FEATURES: KEY CENTERED SYSTEM o 9 Major and Related Minor Keys o Scales, Etudes, Short Chorales, and Music Technique Exercises - INDIVIDUAL INSTRUMENT STUDIES o For EVERY instrument, demonstrated by a professional soloist o CD in each student book o Includes accompaniments on real instruments, not synthesized - SPECIAL STUDIES SECTION o Reading Skill Builders, Rhythm Pages, Jazz Style and Improvisation, Full Chorales, Rubank Scales and Arpeggios - all included on CD - INTEGRATED HISTORY, THEORY AND CREATIVITY o Exceeds the National Standards for Arts Education - MORE GREAT MUSIC o A wide variety: Classical, World, Folk and more.
Author: Hal Leonard Corporation
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: William M. Johnston
Category: Catholic libraries