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Website: http://cuapress.cua.edu

The Catholic University of America Press publishes between 35 and 40 books each year in the fields of history (ecclesiastical and secular), literature and languages, philosophy, political theory, and theology. Interdisciplinary emphases are found in patristics and medieval studies.


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The Catholic Historical Review

Vol. 86, no. 3 (2000) through current issue

The official organ of The American Catholic Historical Association,The Catholic Historical Reviewwas founded at The Catholic University of America (CUA) and has been published there since 1915. It is the only scholarly journal under Catholic auspices in the English-speaking world devoted to the history of the universal Church. It publishes articles, review articles, book reviews, and lists of books received in all areas of church history.

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Catholic Labor Movements in Europe

Social Thought and Action, 1914-1965

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Catholic Labor Movements in Europe narrates the history of industrial labor movements of Catholic inspiration in the period from the onset of World War I to the reconstruction after World War II. The stated goal of concerned Catholics in the 1920s and 1930s was to "rechristianize society." But dominant labor movements in many countries during this period consisted of socialist elements that viewed religion as an obstacle to social progress. It was a daunting challenge to build robust organizations of Catholics who identified themselves with the working classes and their struggles.

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Changing Unjust Laws Justly

Pro-Life Solidarity with "The Last and Least"

Colin Harte

Changing Unjust Laws Justly is the first book to address systematically the practical, legal, and ethical problems that are encountered in well-intentioned attempts to restrict abortion. It will be of considerable interest not only to political, legal, and moral philosophers, but also to lawmakers and the pro-life movement generally.

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Charity and Religion in Medieval Europe

James William Brodman

Challenges conventional views of medieval piety by demonstrating how the ideology of charity and its vision of the active life provided an important alternative to the ascetical, contemplative tradition emphasized by most historians

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Christ and Spirituality in St. Thomas Aquinas

The studies in this volume investigate themes of particular spiritual relevance in Aquinas's theology: friendship, charity, prayer, configuration to Christ, priesthood, preaching.

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Christ Our Hope

An Introduction to Eschatology

Christ Our Hope is a masterful reflection on Christian eschatology, in a textbook of twelve accessible chapters.

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Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire

Robert Sider

In this volume, Robert D. Sider undertakes a judicious pruning of the original texts and brings a fresh accessibility to the important writings of Tertullian.

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Christian faith & human understanding

studies on the Eucharist, Trinity, and the human person

Robert Sokolowski

In this collection of essays, renowned philosopher Robert Sokolowski illustrates how Christian faith is not an alternative to reason, but rather an enhancement of it.

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