Terrific new titles!

Our authors and editors have been very busy this summer and fall. In the last six months, we have published 8 new titles. They are: Her Bright Merits – Essays in Honor of Ingrid Peterson, OSF The Life and Miracles of St Margaret of Cortona The Opera Theologica of John Duns Scotus – Proceedings of the “The Quadruple Congress” on John Duns Scotus, Part 2 Knowledge for Love...

Bona Great in Hall of Fame

The St. Bonaventure community is very proud to have alumnus Jack Butler selected to Pro Football’s Hall of Fame.  Butler is, of course, included in our book, And They Were Giants.  Click on the title to find out more about this book. Former Bona great Jack Butler named to Pro Football Hall of Fame   INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 25, 2011 — St. Bonaventure football legend Jack Butler, class of...

Customer Survey – Help!

If you are a current subscriber, past subscriber or a reader of our quarterly journal, THE CORD, we ask that you take a few moments to complete a customer survey. Click here to take survey. We want to determine how we can best meet the wants and needs of the Franciscan family for a publication on the Franciscan spiritual tradition.  Thank you in advance – your feedback is important to...

2012 – Clare’s 800th Year Anniversary

This year we celebrate the 800th year anniversary of Clare’s decision to become a follower of Francis of Assisi. To help celebrate this anniversary, we are offering – for a limited time – HUGE SAVINGS on ALL of our books on Clare and The Poor Clares plus FREE SHIPPING on any domestic order of $25.00 or more (a shipping credit of $3.00 per book on all non-domestic orders of $25.00 or...

Sunday Sermons of Bonaventure receives great review

The Sunday Sermons of St. Bonaventure, published in 2008 with an introduction and translation by Timothy J. Johnson, PhD, received a wonderful review in the Medieval Academy of America’s journal, Speculum.  Written by Beverly Mayne Kienzle and Katherine Wrisley, Harvard Divinity School, some of the highlights of the review are: “Readers will be grateful for his illuminating analysis...

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