Jesuit ministry Loyola Press brings its mission of finding God in all things to Catholic Business professionals in its new partnership with Catholic Business Journal. As a Jesuit publisher since 1912, Loyola Press strives to publish resources that maintain their mission–to serve people, listen to their spiritual needs, and nurture their friendship with God and sustain them in that special relationship. All resources are rooted in the teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola and are dedicated to helping people deepen their relationship with God.
Loyola Press publishes a wide variety of books to inspire, encourage, renew and nurture a deeper faith for all. The company’s Trade titles center on themes of spirituality and prayer in categories such as children’s, family life and parenting, history/memoir, saints, sacraments, and more., including one of its newest titles by author Chris Lowney entitled “Make Today Matter.”
These titles have won a variety of awards, including the Association of Catholic Publishers “Book of Year” award in 2017 for Dear Pope Francis and again in 2018 for Holy Desperation by Heather King.
Loyola Press also publishes religious education textbooks, as well as resources adapted for children with special needs. These materials inspire a deep, daily faith for the student and the educator. In addition to religious education materials, Loyola Press produces Language Arts resources to ensure a mastery of skills and empower students to become critical thinkers, effective writers, speakers, and listeners.