"Thank God for unruly women like Verena Wright and for her positive and stimulating book. Parishes could well skip sermons on Sundays from time to time and read out chunks of it instead."
"Professor Christopher McMahon centers his ecclesiology firmly on the Paschal Mystery, and rightly so. Drawing on cutting-edge scholarship in Scripture, history, liturgy, systematics, and ethics, he provides a contemporary, ecumenically sensitive, and practical vision of the Church that will challenge students’ minds and inspire their imaginations. Called Together is a terrific textbook!"
William P. Loewe, PhD
Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology
Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
"Martin Albl offers students a well-written and extraordinarily researched text that describes and embodies the unity of faith and reason in the Catholic tradition. The author’s command of philosophical, theological, and scientific literature provides a thoughtful and rich discussion of meaningful contemporary ideas in an accessible classroom format. The book will challenge and enlighten readers."
Randall Woodard, PhD
Assistant Professor of Theology
Saint Leo University
“I used Encountering Ancient Voices [First Edition]last term and thought very highly of it. Carvalho has done a great job in her work and the method of presentation was effective. I plan to use it again.”
Department of Theology and Philosophy
Briar Cliff University
"Among study Bibles, the Anselm Academic Study Bible stands out for its excellent translation and notes (New American Bible Revised Edition), fresh introductions to the biblical books, and articles on important and neglected topics such as the social context of the Bible, the Christian Bible and Jews, and contextual and transformative interpretation. Expertly edited and amply illustrated, the volume is a most welcome resource for students and interested adults.
Richard J. Clifford, S.J.
School of Theology and Ministry
“The author has done a commendable job in highlighting important modern developments in Roman Catholicism. I especially found the chapters on ecumenism and interfaith dialogue helpful in my introductory courses, which are becoming more and more confessionally and even religiously diverse."
Christopher Dorn, PhD
"Mark Allman's Who Would Jesus Kill? gives students insight into the just war tradition."
Rosemary Bertocci, Chair
Dept of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Saint Francis University
"I'm impressed by the clarity of the material, which, nevertheless, does not sacrifice content or scholarship. Congratulations."
United Bible Societies
"I commend the authors for their effort to offer this kind of introduction to health care ethics, which explains the theological dimension of current issues with the help of practical cases."
Rev. Steven O'Hala
Saint Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Florida
"Father Givey brings to life once again the man, the monk, and the mystic who helped to shape the soul of his own generation and who continues to offer a vision of 'peace for the future'"
Very Reverend David M. O'Connell, CM, President
The Catholic University of America