Speaking the Truth in Love: The Catechism and the New Evangelization


By Petroc Willey and Scott R. Sollom


Decades after the release of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and St. John Paul II’s call for a new evangelization, catechetical scholars and practitioners have yet to unpack the full potential of the Catechism as a point for renewal in the Church.

Now, Scott R. Sollom and Petroc Willey present its capacity for reviving catechesis, education, and culture.

In Speaking the Truth in Love: The Catechism and the New Evangelization, explore the Catechism’s explanatory power, its compelling articulation of a civilization characterized by faith, hope, and love, and its recognition that the spiritual life is the heart of evangelizing work.

The One Church of Christ: Understanding Vatican II

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By Stephen A. Hipp


Vatican II represents a watershed in the history of Catholic ecclesiology. Although it stands in organic continuity with previous magisterial teaching, distortions of its teaching have proliferated since the time of the Council, leading many to conclude that the Catholic Church changed her position regarding the identity that exists between the One Church of Christ and the Catholic Church.

Stephen A. Hipp’s The One Church of Christ: Understanding Vatican II refutes that conclusion and explains the Catholic understanding of how Christ’s indivisible Church relates to the Catholic Church, to non-Catholic Christian communities, and to other religious societies. Hipp thoroughly examines the controversial statement that “the Church of Christ subsists in the Catholic Church” from terminological, historical, and theological perspectives, showing that Vatican II introduces nothing doctrinally new to the Church’s self-understanding, but provides a more nuanced way of speaking about the unicity and universality that define Christ’s Church.  He reveals that Vatican II thereby establishes ecumenism and interreligious dialogue on fruitful ground, while calling Catholics to a greater appreciation of the extraordinary gift of the Church’s subsistence.

Self-Gift: Essays on Humanae Vitae and the Thought of John Paul II

Janet E. Smith has been among the world’s preeminent voices in the study of the issues raised by Pope Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical letter Humanae vitaeSelf-Gift: Essays on Humanae Vitae and the Thought of John Paul II presents Smith’s critical collection of essays on the vocation of marriage, human sexuality, contraception, and more.

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Canon, Cult, and Covenant: Essays in Biblical Theology

With the founding of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology in 2001, Scott Hahn’s scholarly career entered into perhaps its most fruitful period. The essays in this volume document this period and include seminal studies of key exegetical issues in the Old and New Testament that highlight Hahn’s groundbreaking hermeneutics and keen interpretive gifts. Essential and exciting reading for any scholar wishing to go deeper into the historical and spiritual depths of the biblical text.

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The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion

What is the Eucharist? Lawrence Feingold sets out to answer that question in his masterful work The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion. The ultimate answer to the question comes in the form of an organized, thorough, and engaging look at the three ends of the Eucharist: God’s true presence, His redemptive sacrifice, and spiritual nourishment through communion with Him. Feingold not only paints a beautiful and complete historical picture of the Eucharist—from its prefigurement in the Old Testament to its fulfillment in the New and its treatments by the Fathers of the Church—but he also dives deeply into how the Eucharist effects actual change and communion in individuals and the Church. With theological expertise, Feingold answers Protestant objections and provides a detailed explanation of doctrine. Feingold’s treatment on the Eucharist will enrich the understanding of those seeking the truth about this most important sacrament and sacrifice. This book is versatile enough to be used as a textbook for a course on the Eucharist or for theological reading.

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