September 21, 2023
My overarching aim as a Christian just war thinker and peace scholar is to find ways of bridging these divides and work for the common good. This commitment aligns with my conviction: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God” (Mt 5:9).
September 14, 2023
We were pleased to chat with Marial Corona about her research on John Newman’s life and contributions to theological and philosophical study, which is the focus of her book The Philosophy of John Henry Newman and Pragmatism. Corona completed her Master’s thesis on Newman’s educational ideas during her time at Notre Dame University (2003-2009). Corona is an adjunct professor for the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago.
August 9, 2023
The CUA Press is pleased to kick off our new book season with the release of our Fall/Winter 2023-2024 catalog! Here are just a few of the exciting upcoming titles you can look forward to reading.
July 27, 2023
In the Catholic Church of the early nineteenth century, no formal and absolute condemnation of slavery as an institution existed. Although recognizing abuses in the system, the Church did not see slavery as a moral evil in itself but as a result of original sin.
July 21, 2023
Sampson was well aware that the spiritual leadership chaplains are supposed to provide is impossible without the respect of the people they provide it to, especially in extraordinary and tragic circumstances such as the Second World War or the Korean War.
June 15, 2023
This year, June 19th will mark the 400th birthday of the great French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal. Pascal’s name and work is no stranger to the CUA Press catalog, so today we want to create our own Blaise Pascal Reader for those who want to learn more about the great intellectual and his work.
May 31, 2023
What surprised me most, I think, was to see how early Ratzinger’s mature theological vision emerged—at least in regards to Scripture and Revelation. He wrote his Habilitationsschrift on Bonaventure in his late 20s and, as far as I can tell, never fundamentally revised the model of Scripture and Revelation he discovered there. I’m in my mid-40s now and I don’t think I’ve yet developed such a consistent theological “style.”
April 26, 2023
To close out Poetry Month, we thought we would try our hand at some book spine poetry. Scholarly works are not always known for their melodious titles, but when you’re a press dedicated to what is good, true, and beautiful, it turns out there are lots of options to choose from!
April 19, 2023
The faith is alive in the first generation immigrants. They believe deeply in Jesus Christ and his blessed mother Mary. They want to see the power of God manifested in their families.
April 14, 2023
As time has gone on, the Church is putting an increasing amount of emphasis on our responsibilities as stewards of the Earth, tasked with caring for God’s creation. And what better way to prep for the upcoming international celebration of Earth Day on April 22 than picking up a book or two?