PublishersSt. Augustine’s Press
St. Augustine’s Press publishes outstanding scholarly works in the fields of philosophy, theology, and cultural and intellectual history. These works include both new titles, new translations of works published in other languages, and reprints of out-of-print titles.
Fine ArtsThe Catholic Illustrators Guild
Smallpax.com is the sketchblog of the Catholic Illustrator’s Guild
PublishersThe Family Publication
Family Publications is one of the UK's largest independent Catholic book publishers and distributors. As well as publishing our own books, we distribute the books of a number of major US publishers and are the appointed UK distributor of Ignatius Press, the largest Catholic publisher in the United States.
The Catholic University of America Press, also known as CUA Press, is the academic publishing house of the Catholic University of America. Founded on November 14, 1939, and incorporated on July 16, 1941, the Press is a founding member of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP). Its editorial offices are located on the campus of the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
The Press currently publishes 40 new titles annually, with particular emphasis on disseminating scholarship in the areas of theology, philosophy, church history, and medieval studies. Its distinguished publications are authored by scholars around the world and are peer-reviewed. The Press is widely recognized for the publication of the Fathers of the Church series, in which the rich heritage of East and West come alive through English translations.
PublishersThe Saint Austin Press
The Saint Austin Press is a publishing activity set up by young Catholics to promote the links between faith and culture. Our books cover a wide a range of subjects, including Scipture, literature and the arts, spirituality, the saints.
LiteratureThe American Chesterton Society
At the American Chesterton Society, we are doing everything we can to revive an interest in the most unjustly neglected writer of the 20th century, a writer who seems more timely than ever here in the 21st century. Common sense for the world's uncommon nonsense. Our goal is to get Chesterton's words not merely back into print, but back into the classroom and back into the public arena.