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Liturgical Press is honored to be the publisher of eighteen award winners in the Catholic Press Association 2017 Book Awards. Taking home twenty-three awards in all, including five for Give Us This Day, the daily prayer periodical for today’s Catholic, Liturgical Press received the most awards, and the most first-place awards (six in total), of any book publisher in the annual award competition. Liturgical Press books swept the liturgy books category and took first and second in the biography category. Among its awards, Give Us This Day swept the “Best Essay” category.
“We have the great privilege of working with so many extraordinary authors,” said Peter Dwyer, director at Liturgical Press. “It is gratifying to see their work and ours in service of the Gospel recognized with these awards.”
Preparing the Liturgies of the Paschal Triduum
As the summit of the church's liturgical year, the Paschal Triduum requires the energy, time, and talents of many people within the parish community. In Three Great Days, Jeremy Helmes draws on rubric ...
Denise Dombkowski Hopkins
Many readers are convinced that the Psalms are hopelessly "masculine," especially given that seventy-three of the 150 psalms begin with headings linking them to King David. In this volume, Denise Domb ...
Stephen J. Binz
While every character, story, and book of Scripture is significant in itself, stepping back for a broad, panoramic view of the entire Bible helps us to take in and understand God's single, unified pla ...
Edward Foley, General Editor, Introduction by Timothy Radcliffe
While admitting particular parameters and priorities for Roman Catholic preachers, this volume was intentionally envisioned as a handbook for "catholic" preaching in the broadest and most universal se ...
Prose Prayers and Cheerful Chants against the Dark
Proems, taut tales, small stories with rhythm and blues and grace and bruise and laughter between the lines. Brian Doyle's The Kind of Brave You Wanted to Be is a book of cadenced notes on the swirl o ...
Female Resistance in the Old Testament
L Juliana M. Claassens
To be human means to resist dehumanization. In the darkest periods of human history, men and women have risen up and in many different voices said this one thing: "Do not treat me like this. Treat me ...
Seeking Common Ground
Steven P. Millies
As a priest, archbishop, and president of the US bishops' conference, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin lived a ministry marked by thoughtfulness, compassion, and conviction. Relying on interviews with the c ...
Day by Day with Saintly Witnesses
Since the early centuries, Christians have held up the saints as models of living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. While the church officially recognizes a relatively small number of saints, the actual ro ...
Bilingual Edition/ Edición Bilingüe
Liturgical Press is proud to offer the only Spanish-English bilingual edition of the Catholic marriage rite available in the United States. The Order of Celebrating Matrimony/Ritual del Matrimonio is ...
A Pastoral Guide to The Order of Celebrating Matrimony
The publication of the second edition of The Order of Celebrating Matrimony provides new liturgical and pastoral opportunities for presiders and parishes. In One Love, Fr. Paul Turner-one of the most ...
Theological Reflections on a Cosmological Conversion: Essays in Honor of Elizabeth A. Johnson
Edited by Julia Brumbaugh and Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Foreword by Mary Catherine Hilkert
The Earth needs our attention--the best of our intellectual, ethical, and spiritual wisdom and action. In this collection, written in honor of Elizabeth A. Johnson, scholars from the United States and ...
Questing for God
Who is God? That is the question Elizabeth A. Johnson has spent her life exploring. As a Catholic theologian, writer, teacher, and religious woman, Johnson has searched for "the Living God" and ways ...
Essays with Answers
Edited by Phyllis Zagano
The question of restoring women to the ordained diaconate surfaced during the Second Vatican Council and continued to resound in academic and pastoral circles well after the diaconate was restored as ...
Contemporary Conversations in Sacramental Theology
Tracing developments in sacramental theology over the past twenty-five years, this study explores a growing ecumenical dynamism in both the academic study of sacramentality and its centrality in pasto ...
Annotated Translation of the Odes, Litanies, and Encomia
"Saint Gregory of Narek, a monk of the tenth century, knew how to express the sentiments of your people more than anyone. He gave voice to the cry, which became a prayer of a sinful and sorrowful huma ...