The month of July embraces Ordinary Time. It’s a season of hope and growth, a time to mature in our spiritual life and increase our faith.
Verbum’s July sale is designed for you to do just that, giving you great prices on resources that will take you deeper in your studies of Scripture and the Church and help you grow in your love for both.
Take a look at these five featured resources, and see everything you can save on this month here.
The Ignatius Catholic Study Bible brings you valuable study tools in a highly readable, accurate translation, excellent for personal and group study. Extensive study notes, topical essays, and word studies provide fresh and faithful insights informed by time-tested, authentically Catholic interpretations. They also provide rich historical, cultural, geographical, and theological information pertinent to the narratives with the best insights of ancient, medieval, and modern scholarship.
Study the significance and impact of the Second Vatican Council with the Paulist Press Vatican II Collection. Trace the theological developments that led to that pivotal moment in Church history. Assess what work remains unfinished and how the modern Church can continue the liturgical reforms of the Council. Together these volumes provide insight into the Council’s influence on theology, spirituality, and Catholic social thought.
The Works of St. Bonaventure (5 vols.) – 74% Off
Saint Bonaventure is one of the greatest philosophers and theologians of the Middle Ages and is ranked highly among the Doctors of the Church. His integration of faith and reason sets his theology apart and offers a beacon for others to follow. In this collection, you’ll find the authoritative, critical edition of his Mystical Opuscula, his meditations on the life of Christ, and much more.
Scholars describe this definitive reference work on Augustine as “superb” and “indispensable” for students, scholars, libraries, and anyone interested in studying Augustine. It provides exhaustive resources on Augustine’s own life and his theological and pastoral work. Moreover, it documents his influence on the Catholic Church, the Reformation, and on other great thinkers and theologians.
Pope John Paul II’s essential teachings from his famous Theology of the Body lectures have sparked worldwide discussion in circles ranging from academia to church small groups. Why do we have physical bodies? What does our sexuality say about the God who created us? What does it mean that we were “made in God’s image,” and how can a “resurrection of the body” be possible? These seven books will help you dig deeper into the theology of the body and discern what it means for you.