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Lenten Reading List

Lenten Reading List

Lent is an ideal time to contemplate the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In commemoration of Ash Wednesday, we’d like to offer you our recommendations for what to read in these next 40 days.

CUAP Staff February Bookshelf

CUAP Staff February Bookshelf

Winter’s coming to an end here in DC, but that doesn’t mean we cut down on our reading time—we just take our books outside with us! Here are the titles we’re looking forward to reading in the upcoming weeks.

Q&A with President Garvey on Academic Presses

Q&A with President Garvey on Academic Presses

Our mission statement declares that our task is to advance the dialogue between faith and reason for the benefit of the Church and the world. Having an academic press helps us reach that goal in a few ways.

Excerpt of Respectably Catholic and Scientific

Excerpt of Respectably Catholic and Scientific

Father John Augustine Ryan never won any contests for charisma. Not long after assuming his post at the Catholic University of America in 1915, he solidified his reputation as an uninspiring and even monotonous lecturer, with one student later conferring upon him the questionable distinction of worst teacher he ever had.

Thank you, Theresa & Emma!

Thank you, Theresa & Emma!

While we are devastated to see them go, we are so excited to see what they have next in store on their journeys! Before they moved on to their next adventures, we asked them a few questions to celebrate their many, many, many contributions to the Press over the years.

Pascal, Valuable Now as Ever

Pascal, Valuable Now as Ever

I don’t limit myself, in the book, to restating Pascal: I also argue with him, which I think his writing requires, and which he would have taken as the right way to respond to it.

Spring/Summer 2022 Catalog is Out NOW

Spring/Summer 2022 Catalog is Out NOW

The CUA Press is pleased to kick off our new book season with the release of our Spring/Summer 2022 Catalog! Here are just a few of the exciting upcoming titles you can look forward to reading

Books on the Eucharist

Books on the Eucharist

As dioceses throughout the nation have named 2022 a Year of the Eucharist as a part of the 3-year Eucharistic revival plan launched by the US Bishops General Assembly this November, we’d like to highlight some of our best books on the source and summit of Christian life.

Merry Christmas from the CUA Press!

Merry Christmas from the CUA Press!

Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Messiah and Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.

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