- Deeds of the Saxons - An indispensable account for the history of the German kingdom during the tenth century.
- The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law - "The best account so far of the relevant constitutional, legal, and political issues debated and resolved during and after the Glorious Revolution." - Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
- A Trinitarian Anthropology- "Adrienne von Speyr, Hans Urs von Balthasar, Thomas Aquinas: an unlikely trio. Michele Schumacher succeeds in highlighting the harmony of their tune." - Father Jean-Pierre Torrell
- Plague and Pleasure - A lively popular history that introduces a new hypothesis about the impetus behind the cultural change in Renaissance Italy.
- Cosmas of Prague - "Brings an important medieval, central European historian to the attention of an English-speaking public." - Jeff Rider
- St. Augustine's Interpretation of the Psalms of Ascent - Gerald McLarney examines Augustine of Hippo's (d. 430) interpretation of the ascent motif in sermons on Psalms 119-133. He looks at the delivery, transmission, and broader context of the sermons, as well as examining the sermons as they stand.
- Mystery of the Church, People of God - Yves Congar's Total Ecclesiology as a Path to Vatican II
- The Personalism of John Henry Newman - "A powerful witness to the influence of Newman's character, teaching and preaching on those who experienced it. Crosby's major contribution is the way that he relates Newman's personalism to his theocentrism. No other writer has brought out this link so well." -John Sullivan
- Pope John Paul II Speaks on Women - “This work is absolutely indispensable for anyone interested in understanding the Catholic ontology and affirmation of the feminine as expounded by John Paul II." - Prof. Tracey Rowland
- Vocation to Virtue - This book seeks to answer a perennial difficulty in the Catholic theology of marriage: How do the practice and bond of marriage lead to Christian perfection in spouses and their children?
- Duns Scotus on Time & Existence - An English translation of John Duns Scotus's The Questions on Aristotle's "De Interpretatione" including an extensive commentary on some of Scotus's more difficult ideas.
- Early Syriac Theology - Presents the insights of St. Ephrem and Jacob of Serugh, two of the earliest representatives of the theological world-view of the Syriac church.
- Introduction to the Mystery of the Church - An ecclesiological survey presenting a doctrinal synthesis of the church.
- We have just published our first subject specific catalog, covering our offerings in History and Medieval Studies. Click here to view!
- We recently celebrated CUA Press's 74th birthday and University Press Week with "Bless the Press." See The Cardinal Newman Society's coverage of the event here.
- The Catholic University of America Press is proud to announce that we have begun to offer a select number of our titles on the Barnes and Noble NOOK! The current available titles are:
Biomedicine and Beatitude
Church, State, and Society
Introduction to Moral Theology
The Life and Pontificate of Pope Pius XII
Some Seed Fell on Good Ground
Western Creed, Western Identity
The Logic of Religion
Sex and Virtue
Apostolic Religious Life in America Today
The Bible on the Question of Homosexuality
Abortion and Unborn Human Life, Second Edition
The Turn to Transcendence
On the Road to Emmaus
God and Caesar
The Mind That Is Catholic
The Third Spring
- Rev. David J. Endres is the new editor of U.S. Catholic Historian, a scholarly journal devoted to the history of the Catholic Church in the United States. The journal is published quarterly by The Catholic University of America Press and is in its thirty-first year of publication. Fr. Endres has been assistant editor of the journal since 2003.