Stephen Joseph Wolf is a parish priest, spiritual director and retreat leader in the Diocese of Nashville, where he grew up the second of eight sons of a parish secretary and Nashville’s best television repairman, and has worked as a paper boy, janitor, laundry worker, desk clerk, landscaper, accountant and priest. He writes for faith sharing groups and retreats and spiritual direction on weekly “monk days” of silence and solitude.
A Simple Family Breviary is a modern version of the Little Office of Saint Francis of Assisi by a parish priest trying to help families pray together. Each prayer session includes a traditional song, a psalm of the season, either a psalm of Saint Francis or a psalm from the commons of Mary and the Saints, and closing praises. The order of prayer is easy to follow and offers variety day to day.
"Sons of Adam" is a prayer and companion workbook for the outstanding book by C.T. Boyle, Ph.D., "Men and Abortion: A Path To Healing." Whenever there is an abortion, there is always a father. Using scripture, a safe way to tell the story, a compassionate examination of culpability and exploration of anger, and relying on God's grace, healing is possible and part of God's plan.
Tree of Life: Incarnation, Passion & Glory, Saint Bonaventure on the Christ Story. This is Saint Bonaventure's 13th Century collection of fifty meditations on the Incarnation, Passion, and Glory of Jesus Christ. Following the 1978 translation by Dr. Ewert Cousins, parish priest and spiritual director Stephen Joseph Wolf offers a paraphrase with brush-ink drawings.