February 1, 2023
I have not attempted to write, neither concerning the Synoptic Gospels nor John’s, a “normal” scriptural commentary. I have written a theological interpretation. As a systematic or doctrinal theologian, I intend to discern the theological and doctrinal content of the Gospels.
January 27, 2023
Today, we say goodbye to one of our wonderful journals coordinators, Vincent Rubertone. A man of many talents, we’ve been greatly blessed by his sense of humor, efficiency, innovation, and… READ MORE
January 25, 2023
All Jesuit colleges had to survive, and the population of their local communities helped to shape their decisions. Western schools like Seattle University were pioneers in admitting women partly because they were located in smaller, less developed cities where the male population was limited.
January 18, 2023
According to Forbes, “Make more time for hobbies” was the ninth most popular new year’s resolution for 2023, and we all know that readers make up a large percentage of that movement. Of course, we at the CUA Press are no exception. These are the books we’ve used to kick off 2023!
January 12, 2023
We aspire for an education that seeks to occasion transformations so structural, profound, intimate, and thorough that learners cannot tell what they have learned because it has become one with them.
January 4, 2023
Here are sixteen ways that you can preserve the legacy of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. (Spoiler: it involves a lot of reading).
December 21, 2022
Tis the season of generosity, but oftentimes, it’s not drumming up the Spirit of Giving that’s the problem. It’s knowing what to give. Thankfully, we have a couple recommendations for some stellar books you can give to the beloved people in your life.
December 14, 2022
One of the characteristics of the volume is that the contributions represent a wide range of methodologies according to the field of learning of each contributor.
December 9, 2022
The two ends of man—the political and the transcendent—are, in principle, compatible with each other. They have a common origin. They can diverge from their respective ends, however, because of free will, itself natural to what it is to be a human being.
November 30, 2022
There are plenty of topics and questions that are appealing, but we’re particularly interested to see work that explores race, gender, emerging sports, individualized sport, global perspectives, and even transnational comparisons.