Recent Releases

Are We Together?
A Roman Catholic Analyses Evangelical Protestants

by Eduardo J. Echeverria.

A member of the more than 20-year-old American ecumenical initiative, Evangelicals and Catholics Together, Echeverria has listened attentively to the writings of fellow Christian theologians from these traditions of reflection and argument. In this ecumenical light, he engages the Evangelical Protestant writings of Gregg Allison and Leonardo De Chirico. This study is also a work in receptive ecumenism; it follows the guidelines stipulated by Vatican Council II’s Unitatis Redintegratio in order to promote mutual and improved understanding between Roman Catholicism and Evangelical Protestantism. Learn learn more or purchase.

Psalms as Personal Prayer
An Intimate Translation

trans. Richard Eric Wolf

The Bible—including the Psalms—expresses every emotion and behavior known to mankind. Psalms as Personal Prayer is a new translation directly from the Hebrew in which the psalms were originally written. As a psalter it is an intimate translation, that is, a collection of psalms intended to be meaningful for intensely intimate personal prayer at home, at church, or on the go using a smartphone or tablet. Available as an Apple ePub or Kindle Book. 

One Knight’s Journey:
Perspective of a Knights of Columbus Supreme Director

by Scott A. O’Connor

A unique narrative of a spiritual journey of a small-town boy who grows in his faith during his highly successful business career and his parallel association in the Knights of Columbus, the largest Catholic men’s organization. Scott documents the various levels of participation and the opportunities for engagement with the men—and families— in the organization. Laymen play an important role in the Church, and the Knights are there to assist at the parish level, diocesan, and state levels, as well as nationally and internationally. Scott held about every volunteer position from collecting donations for children with special needs to overseeing the operation of one of the largest state memberships in the country, and finally to even to the Board at the international level.

Between Tyranny And Freedom:
A Cautionary Tale of Survival and Resurrection

by Alexandra Mazur Smith

A story of resurrection, a carefree boyhood in 1941 Poland / Western Ukraine led to slave labor in Nazi Germany. Tadek barely survived the nasty conditions of indentured servitude in the Rhineland; yet found freedom once again— and this time truly appreciated it, having seen the opposite. Between Tyranny And Freedom is a true first-hand account of the difference between totalitarian rule and self-determination. We take it for granted— Tadek did not, and lived his life accordingly. See more.