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Liturgical Press is internationally known as a Catholic and ecumenical publisher in prayer and spirituality, Scripture, liturgy, theology, and monastic life. Founded in 1926, we are the publishing house of Saint John’s Abbey, a Benedictine community in Collegeville, Minnesota.

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The Saint John's Bible

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JOHN’S BIBLE

Explore the stunning prints, books, and gifts inspired by The Saint John’s Bible—the first hand-written, hand-illuminated Benedictine Bible produced in over 500 years.

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Context and Text

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The Gospel According to Luke, Part One

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The Gospel According to Luke, Part One - DVD

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The Gospel According to Luke, Part Two - DVD

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Psalm Conversations

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Homilies on the Prophetic Burdens of Isaiah

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The Gospel According to Luke, Part Two

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Sauntering Through Scripture

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Wisdom Commentary: Judges

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Saints on Sunday

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Paul, Pastoring God's People

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From Home to Home, Finding Meaning in Mobility

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The Rule of St. Benedict in English

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Living Liturgy Sunday Missal 2019

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Living Liturgy for Music Ministers

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Living Liturgy

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Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

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Waiting in Joyful Hope Large Print Edition

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Waiting in Joyful Hope

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The Pilgrimage of Egeria

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The Word on the Street, Year C

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Psalm Conversations

The Psalms' insights are remarkable, unexpected, eye-opening. They have vital things to say to us if we listen intently to the ancient wisdom, much of which has been lost to modern ears.

Using the insights of the "shape and shaping of the Psalms" work done by Psalms scholars over the past twenty-five years, James Chatham presents an inviting study for nonexperts to explore the interaction. . .

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Augustus Tolton
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Father Augustus Tolton was the first identified black American ordained to the priesthood in the United States. He was born into slavery and escaped to freedom with his mother and siblings under harrowing circumstances. Throughout his life he displayed a great devotion to the Lord and the Catholic faith despite facing racism within the Church at nearly every turn. Still, he felt and preached th. . .

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Saints on Sunday

How might Ambrose of Milan, Hildegard of Bingen, and Catherine of Siena inspire us to improve Sunday worship? What about Lawrence, John of Damascus, Thomas Cranmer, Johannes Kepler, Margaret Fell, and Dorothy Day? Even Amy Carmichael can point our assemblies toward more profound worship. In Saints on Sunday, Lutheran laywoman Gail Ramshaw, listening to twenty-four sainted voices, propose. . .

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Wisdom Commentary: Judges

A woman called blessed for killing a Canaanite general; another called "Mother in Israel" for leading troops into war; several other mothers absent when their children need them; a judge, Deborah, with a proper name and a recognized place for public counseling; a single woman, Delilah, who seduces and conquers Samson. The book of Judges features an outstanding number of women, named and unnamed. . .

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Lost in Translation

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In All Seasons, For All Reasons

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The World as Sacrament

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Seeing Haloes

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Praise the Name of the Lord

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Three Great Days

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The Wounded Angel

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The Order of Celebrating Matrimony

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The Kind of Brave You Wanted to Be

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New Collegeville Bible Commentary

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A Pastor's Toolbox 2

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Enduring Ministry

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The Gift of Administration

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Blessed Among Us

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Learning the Language of the Soul

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Joseph Bernardin

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Elizabeth Johnson

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Panorama of the Bible

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One Love

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Introduction to the Study of Liturgy

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A Handbook for Catholic Preaching

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The Festal Works of St. Gregory of Narek

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Inseparable Love

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Wisdom Commentary: Psalms, Books 2-3

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Wisdom Commentary: Ephesians

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Sacramentality Renewed

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Women Deacons?

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Claiming Her Dignity

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Catholicism and Citizenship

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Fundamentalism at Home and Abroad

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Turning to the Heavens and the Earth

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Apocalyptic Ecology

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Wealth, Wages, and the Wealthy

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