1) The Sacramentary (Liber Sacramentorum) in Five Volumes by [Bl.] Ildefonso Schuster (Originally published from 1925-1930; Vols. 1-4 translated by Arthur Levelis-Marke; Vol. 5 trans. by Levelis-Marke & W. Fairfax-Cholmeley); Volume 1 features a new foreword by Gregory DiPippo; This set is a major reprint with endorsements and new cover designs; Projected date of publication: July 2020 (purchase as a set or individual volumes)
2) A Pilgrimage to Jasna Góra, Władysław St. Reymont, (Originally published in 1894 by the Nobel Prize winning author as Pielgrzymka do Jasnej Góry), featuring the first English translation by Filip Mazurczak, and a foreword by Michał Gołębiowski; Projected date of publication: August 2020
Here follows a summary of the book:
Władysław Reymont (1867-1925) was one of the most important Polish writers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His writing was very diverse, encompassing Naturalist-influenced prose, historical novels, journalism, and even horror. Despite winning the Nobel Prize for his work The Peasants, a four-part novel that is assigned reading in Polish high schools still today, Reymont has become almost completely forgotten outside his native country. Available in English translation for the first time, A Pilgrimage to Jasna Góra was written by Reymont as a youthful, up-and-coming writer who in 1894 went on a walking pilgrimage to Jasna Góra in Czestochowa, Poland's most important Catholic shrine, a tradition that remains vibrant today, to write an account for the press. This book is a moving tribute to the simple but strong faith of Poland's peasantry replete with beautiful, sensuous descriptions of the Polish countryside and sociologically insightful observations of Poles under the yoke of Tsarist Russia.
3) Spirituality of the Premonstratensians: The Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, Fr. François Petit, O. Praem. (Translated from the French by Fr. Victor Szczurek, O. Praem.; New Foreword by Fr. Norbert Wood, O.Praem.) Projected date of publication: August 2020
François Petit's study of the spirituality of the medieval Premonstratensians (Norbertines), published in the aftermath of the Second World War, remains the definitive treatment of the early centuries of the order of canons founded by Norbert of Xanten in 1121. Petit's attention to the texts, community life, and devotional practice of this Order of Pramontra anticipates recent scholarship in emphasizing the nexus of theology and lived religious experience. It demonstrates both the grandeur of Philip of Harvengt and Adam Scot as spiritual authors and the distinctiveness they share with others in the Norbertine tradition. This English translation renders Petit's magisterial work, long out of print, accessible to a wide international audience.
4) A Limerickal Commentary on the Second Vatican Council; Edited by Hugh Somerville Knapman, OSB; Projected date of publication: July/August
5) De Oratione (Extracts from the Commentary on the Rule of St. Augustine & the Commentary on the Constitutions of the Order of Preachers) by Humbert of Romans (1200-1277); Translated from the Latin by Fr. Thomas Crean, O.P. (Will feature a new foreword...details to follow); Projected date of publication: August/September
6) Beatus Vir: Denis the Carthusian's Commentary on the Psalms, Volume 1 (Psalms 1-25); Translated by Andrew M. Greenwell; Projected date of publication: November/December 2020
7) Designs for Christian Living, Book 3 of the Collected Works; Carol Jackson Robinson (With a new foreword by Christopher Zehnder), originally published in 1947; Projected date of publication: July 2020
8) This Perverse Generation, Book 4 of the Collected Works; Carol Jackson Robinson (With a foreword by Jeffrey Bond, Ph.D), originally published in 1949; Projected date of publication: September 2020
9) Thy Faith Hath Made Thee Whole, Book 5 - Collected Integrity articles from 1946-1956 (will feature all of her Integrity articles, book reviews, and editorials; featuring a new foreword). Details forthcoming...To be published late 2020. The following is an excerpt from the Editor's Note:
"This volume shows forth a relentless determination to see all of life in the light of eternity and Christ’s redemptive mission as continued through the Catholic Church. If she seems brazen at times, it is because of her total commitment to and conviction of the absolute truths of the Catholic Faith, which she refuses to lock away in a tidy corner of sentimental devotion without any connection with the realities of modern life."
10) An Embattled Mind: In Defense of St. Thomas, Foreword by Gregorio Montejo, Ph.D, Carol Jackson Robinson (Collected Wanderer articles, 1971-1987) (Kind permission has been granted for this publication), Projected date of publication: End of 2020
11) Ecclesiastes: The Book of Archbishop Robert Dwyer (A Selection of His Writings, Ed. by Albert J. Steiss), originally published in 1982 (Kind permission has been granted by the Archdiocese of Portland for this republication); Projected date of publication: End of 2020/Early 2021
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