Liturgical Press (founded by Saint John's Abbey in 1926)
For readers across the world, Liturgical Press is known for its publications for both the popular and the academic market. In 2001, The Liturgical Press celebrated seventy-five years of leadership in Catholic publishing. With its committed staff, the support of Saint John's Abbey, and the grace of God, Liturgical Press has carried on its mission of proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ.
The Saint John's Bible
The Saint John's Bible is a monumental achievement. As a major artistic, cultural, and spiritual endeavor, it is the first handwritten, hand-illuminated Bible commissioned since the printed press was invented five centuries ago. Discover the entire story behind The Saint John's Bible and learn how you can bring home this glorious expression of artistic creativity and faithfulness to the Word.
Saint John's at 150
A Portrait of This Place Called Collegeville
Hilary Thimmesh OSB, Editor
Launched to coincide with the celebration of Saint John's Sesquicentennial, Saint John's at 150 includes a glimpse of life in Minnesota and the nation as background for the Saint John's story. Personal essays about Saint John's first 150 years are provided by writers from Saint John's monastery, the university faculty, and friends around the world. They focus on such intriguing topics as the missionary lifestyle of the first monks to cameo images of college professors.
Online Exclusive -- "A Post-Preface to Saint John's at 150" by Hilary Thimmesh OSB, 2007.
"Voices From Saint John's: A Sesquicentennial CD Sampler"
"Voices From Saint John's" is now available in the CSB/SJU Bookstores and Liturgical Press showroom. The CD is a re-mastered compilation of choral music and chant recorded at SJU from 1940 to the present. Selections include music by the abbey xchola, SJU Men's Chorus, St. John's Boys' Choir, the National Catholic Youth Choir and the CSB/SJU Chamber Choir. This CD is well worth the price of $16.95.
Worship is an ecumenical journal devoted to the study of liturgical theology and practice. Concerned with the interface of Christianity and culture, it appraises the liturgy as the major cultural expression of Christianity in the world today. Founded in 1926, Worship seeks to reflect on the role that the various theological disciplines, as well as the arts and social sciences, play in shaping Christian worship and the lives of worshipping Christians in the world. Worship is published bimonthly by the monks of Saint John's Abbey.
The Ordo for the Liturgy of the Hours and Mass in Churches and Oratories of the American-Cassinese Congregation OSB.
The Ordo is issued annually. The Calendar contains indications of daily Mass readings and both mandatory and optional celebrations. The Necrology lists the deceased of the Congregation by date of death. The Catalog contains information about the Congregation and its member monasteries. Monastics and Oblates may order copies of the Ordo from Bro. Paul August Jasmer OSB, Managing Editor.