The Virtues by Garvey book

The Virtues

John H. Garvey

During his two decades of presiding at commencement exercises, first as Dean of Boston College Law School and then as President of The Catholic University of America, John Garvey made a single virtue the centerpiece of his remarks each year. The Virtues is the fruit of those addresses. More reflective than analytical, the book aims to invite conversation about what it means to live well.

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Principles of Catholic Theology, Book 1

On the Nature of Theology

Thomas Joseph White, OP

Principles of Catholic Theology seeks to address directly the nature of Catholic theology and the challenge of its contemporary articulation with an eye towards its articulation in its Thomistic key. This book is the first of a series of collections of essays by Thomas Joseph White, OP, extending over a range of fundamental topics in Catholic dogmatic theology.

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The Political Economy of Distributism

Property, Liberty, and the Common Good

Alexander W. Salter

The Political Economy of Distributism explores distributism both as a research program and a blueprint for political-economic reform. As many are reconsidering the relationship between markets and government, this timely book demonstrates the perennial relevance of the Catholic intellectual tradition to public affairs.

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Fall Winter 2023 2023 book catalog

New Books for Fall & Winter 2023-2024

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Faith and Reason For Everyone

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