We’ve got lots of new resources just published or coming soon to Verbum. Take a look at the resources below to see how they can help round out your Verbum library.
New to Verbum
These books were just published on Verbum, so you can add them to your Verbum library right away:
- He Must Reign: The Kingdom of God in Scripture from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
- Catholic Theology Collection (2 vols.) by Lawrence Feingold and Joseph Clifford Fenton
- Liturgy and Theology Collection (3 vols.) by Mike Acquilina, Randall B. Smith, and Scott Hahn
- A Biblical Study of the Mass from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
Available for pre-order (save up to 45%)
The following six titles are available for pre-order. They’ll ship soon, and you can save up to 45% by ordering your copy before it goes live:
- ‘In the Beginning…’: A Catholic Understanding of the Story of Creation and the Fall by Pope Benedict XVI
- Select Works of Thomas Howard (10 vols.)
- Hans Urs von Balthasar Collection Upgrade (27 vols.)
- Ignatius Press Theology and Discipleship Collection (8 vols.)
These four titles are in Pre-Publication, meaning they’re gathering interest to see if people want them added to Verbum.:
- The Disputed Teachings of Vatican II by Thomas Guarino
- Letter & Spirit: A Journal of Catholic Biblical Theology, Vol. 12: According to the Scriptures: The Mystery of Christ in the History of Salvation
- Freedom, Truth, and Human Dignity by David L. Schindler and Nicholas J. Healy, Jr.
- Divine Likeness: Toward a Trinitarian Anthropology of the Family by Marc Cardinal Ouellet
Let us know which ones you’re interested in by placing a Pre-Pub order. The more people are interested, the sooner the resource ships.
Which resources are you most excited to add to your library? Let us know in the comments.
Would like to see “A Catholic Introduction to the Bible: The Old Testament”, by John Bergsma and Brant Pitre.
I would love to see a Verbum edition of The Lord, by Romano Guardini. Joseph Ratzinger gave an enthusiastic preface to this classic, and it would be fantastic in Verbum
Thank you, Joseph! I will pass your suggestion along to our team.
Great! Thank you.