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This page provides links to the CTSA membership's new publications.  

To submit an announcement for posting to the Member's New Publications board, please email the book information and provide a URL address for the book to CTSA Executive Director.

Note:  Books listed must be newly published and available for purchase.

CTSA Members New Publications

May 2020


Timothy Brunk, The Sacraments and Consumer Culture (Liturgical press, May 2020).

Matthew T. Eggemier and Peter Joseph Fritz, Send Lazarus: Catholicism and the Crises of Neoliberalism (Fordham University Press, May 5, 2020).

March 2020


Jason King and Julia Hanlon Rubio, eds. Sex, Love, and Families: Catholic Perspectives (Liturgical Press, March 2020).

February 2020


January 2020


December 2019


Daniel Castillo, An Ecological Theology of Liberation (December 2019)

Mary Frohlich, Breathed into Wholeness: Catholicity and Life in the Spirit (December 2019).

Thao Nguyen, Asian Catholic Women: Movements, Mission and Vision (Lexington Books, December 2019).

Barbara E. Wall and Massimo Faggioli, eds., Pope Francis: A Voice for Mercy, Justice, Love, and Care for the Earth (December 2019)

November 2019


Dolores L. Christie, It's Time: Narratives of Illness, Aging, and Death (Wipf and Stock, Nov. 2019).

Joseph J. Fahey (intro). Walter Rauschenbusch: Essential Spiritual Writings.  (Orbis Books, November 2019).

Ilia Delio, Birth of a Dancing Star: My Journey from Cradle Catholic to Cyborg Christian (November 2019)

James Keenan and Mark McGreevy, eds., Street Homelessness and Catholic Theological Ethic(November 2019)

Thomas L. Knoebel and Brian Y. Lee (eds.) Discovering Pope Francis (Liturgical Press, Nov. 2019).

Gerald Schlabach, A Pilgrim People (Liturgical Press, Nov. 2019).

October 2019


William P. George, Mining Morality: Prospecting for Ethics in a Wounded World (Fortress Academic, October 2019).

Roger Haight, Faith and Evolution (October 2019) 

Kristin Heyer, James Keenan, Andrea Vicini, eds., Building Bridges in Sarajevo (2019) 

Alan Race and Paul Knitter, eds. New Paths for Interreligious Dialogue (October 2019)

Eugene R. Schlesinger, Sacrificing the Church: Mass, Mission, and Ecumenism (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, October 2019). Use code LEX30AuTH20 when ordering to receive a 30% discount.

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