- A Bridge Across the Ocean - Focuses on the relations between the United States and the Holy See from the First World War to the eve of the Second, through the combination of American, Italian, and Vatican sources
- Grace for Grace - The contributors to Grace for Grace focus on the debates on grace and free will inspired by Augustine's later teachings on grace and the various reactions to it.
- God's Love Through the Spirit - Examines the relationship between love and the person and work of the Holy Spirit in Thomas Aquinas and John Wesley - two very different figures whose teachings on the Spirit and the Christian life are found to be, on the whole, surprisingly compatible
- Gift and Communion -Offers a critical presentation of John Paul II's theology of the body, understood in the light of Christian theological tradition
- Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis - CUA Press's 1000th book in print! "Patrick Henry's book lauches a fresh and thoroughgoing attack upon the myth of Jewish passivity during the Holocaust." - Sandor Goodhart
- Liberty and Law - Examines a previously underappreciated theme in legal history - the idea of permissive natural law. The idea is mentioned only peripherally, if at all, in modern histories of natural law. Yet it engaged the attention of jurists, philosophers, and theologians over a long period and formed an integral part of their teachings
- Karl Rahner’s Theological Aesthetics - This innovative book discloses Karl Rahner's foremost achievement: discovering and delineating an ethos of Catholicism, a multi-faceted and comprehensive approach to life in Christ.
- The Rose and Geryon - This broad-ranging book, which explores the notion of peccata linguae "sins of the tongue," mobilized the work efforts of an impressive number of theologians. Examines patterns of verbal behavior in works by Jean de Meun and Dante
- Paul in the Summa Theologiae - Levering argues that Aquinas's theology is indeed deeply Pauline, offering ample evidence that Aquinas captures the central Pauline themes and gives them a central place in his own theology.
- Faith, Fiction and Force in Medieval Baptismal Debates - Drawing on a wide and interdisciplinary range of sources that goes well beyond the writings of theologians and canonists to include liturgical texts and practices, the rulings of popes and church councils, saints' lives, chronicles, imaginative literature, and poetry, Colish illuminates the emergence and fortunes of these three controversies and the historical contexts that situate their development.
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- 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.