COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. – Solidifying its determination to serving the academic community with high-quality theological and spiritual solutions, Liturgical Press is certainly proud to announce a fresh imprint: Liturgical Press Academic. Starting in January 2018, all books that were released under Pueblo Literature or Michael Glazier Literature will be released as Liturgical Press Academic.
“To meet the desires of today’s undergraduate, graduate-level, and seminary students, we are redefining a piece of our brand that Liturgical Press readers have grown to learn and trust,” said Hans Christoffersen, publisher of the academic and monastic markets. “This streamlined imprint includes a focus on liturgy, Scripture, and theology.”
In making this shift, Liturgical Press Academic merges two imprints to stand alongside Liturgical Press books, Cistercian Publications, and The Saint John’s Bible books.
The Wisdom Commentary, a series in progress, will still be published under its current imprint.
About Liturgical Press:
Located at Saint John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota, Liturgical Press started publishing intended for the Church in 1926. Our personnel is focused on providing religious and spiritual sources of the highest relevance and quality to Catholic parishes and people and the academic network. Our imprints and publications contain Liturgical Press Literature, Liturgical Press Academic, Cistercian Publications, The Saint John’s Bible, Small Rock Scripture Analysis, and present Us This Day.