Unity in Christ

Anthony Fisher, OP

“Archbishop Fisher’s Unity in Christ provides timely reflections on the importance of episcopal unity and bishops working together for the good of the Church and the people of God. In the Gospels, we often find Jesus with the Apostles amid their work as fishermen on their boats. Today our bishops are called to guide the Barque of St. Peter on the course that Jesus established, however well intended our own GPS settings may be. The Church and her people are blessed by the graces and good works that follow from the collaboration of our bishops. Archbishop Fisher’s essays are a wonderful source of encouragement for our being confident of achieving the greatest good when together we let the Lord take the helm, trusting in His promise to be with us always.”

~Cardinal Seán O’Malley, OFM, Cap., Archbishop of Boston


Catholic Modernism and the Irish "Avante-Garde"

James Mathew Wilson

“Wilson brings to his subject considerable expertise in the theological and philosophical contexts of Catholicism. These authors’ relationship with the Catholic Church, and the dialogue between Irish and European Catholicism, are illuminated to fascinating ends.”

~Sarah Bennett, Durham University


Principles of Catholic Theology

Book 2, On the Rational Credibility of Christianity

Thomas Joseph White, OP

“A major contribution to theological writings in the Thomist tradition for the world today. White’s writing style is extraordinarily hospitable, readable not only by theologians but by educated Christians of all sorts, from undergraduate majors through graduate students. This combination of scholarship and readability is remarkable.”

~James Buckley, Loyola University Maryland


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