- Divided Friends: In this "splendid" study by William L. Portier two sets of biographical portraits highlight the theological issues of the Modernist crisis in the 20th century.
- The American Constitution and Religion: Richard Regan's latest is an exceptionally readable introduction to several of the most important Supreme Court cases on religion.
- Political Philosophy and Revelation: "This book is a collection of Schall's recent essays...It should be of interest to all learned Catholics, political theorists of almost any stripe, and anyone curious about the place of religion in the modern world." -Richard Avramenko
- Olde Clerkis Speche: "William Quinn argues convincingly that any Chaucerian text was initially composed for authorial recital and then revised for manuscript circulation - and at the same time he brings Chaucer to life as though you could hear him." - Terry Jones, Monty Python and Medievalist
- Mary Magdalene and Her Sister Martha: This "medieval best-seller" detailing the medieval Welsh legends of Mary Magdalene and Martha is now available to international audiences for the first time in English and Middle Welsh.
- Dark Passages of the Bible: Uniquely weds historical-critical analysis with a theological reading of Scripture and insists that the two elements are mutually enriching.
- Action and Character According to Aristotle: "A wonderful book, brimming with fresh insights, both of a broad philosophical nature, about main themes in Aristotle's ethics, and of a philological character."
- Imago Dei: Imago Dei will serve as an indispensable resource for those wishing to deepen their grasp of the theological bases for Christian views of human dignity.
- A Service of Love: In this short and penetrating study, Paul McPartlan presents a proposal for a primacy exercising a service of love in a reconciled church, West and East.
- Living the Good Life: Presents a brief introduction to virtue and vice, self-control and weakness, misery and happiness. The book contrasts the thought of Aquinas with popular views, such as moral relativism, values clarification, utilitarianism, Kantian deontology, and situation ethics.
- 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.