New Upcoming Titles from Loyola Press

Posted By: Mandy Lemos ACP Member News ,

Loyola Press announces three new titles for release during the last quarter of 2019.

Julianne Stanz Calls on Everyday Disciples to Renew the Church
Loyola Press/ October 15, 2019/ $17.95/ 144 pgs./ Paperback/ ISBN 978-0-8294-4884-9

Catholic Church evangelization and discipleship powerhouse Julianne Stanz, with Loyola Press, will launch Start with Jesus: How Everyday Disciples Will Renew the Church, a book to help parish and diocese leaders create communities of missionary disciples. The book will give parishes the vision and tactics to turn parish members into disciples and disciple-makers.   

New Book Shows How to Embrace “Enough” in a Fear-of-Missing-Out World
December 1, 2019 / $13.95 / Paperback / ISBN: 978-0829447095

Peggy Weber has spent much of her life wondering if she is enough: smart enough, attractive enough, holy enough. She’s not alone in having these feelings, especially in today’s hyper-comparative, social media-centered world of FOMO (fear of missing out). In her new book, Enough as You Are: Overcoming Self-Doubt and Appreciating the Gift of You (Loyola Press, December 1, 2019), Weber shows readers how to tune out the voices of insecurity and judgment and tune into the truth that we are all created and loved by God—and that is enough.

Loyola Press and USCCB Release Children’s Book on Overcoming Racism
Loyola Press/ December 1, 2019/ $8.95/ 40 pgs./ ISBN 978-0-8294-4

CHICAGO, Ill, December 2019—Loyola Press launches the USCCB’s Everyone Belongs, a children’s book that empowers young readers to overcome racism and recognize the value of our differences.

In this fully illustrated book for children ages 5-12, Ray Ilkanga is a young boy whose family fled violence in their home country to come to the United States as refugees. The family moves into a new neighborhood and Ray begins making new friends. His excitement is interrupted, however, when someone spray paints a hurtful message on their garage: “Go home!” Everyone Belongs is inspired by the USCCB’s statement “Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love, A Pastoral Letter Against Racism,” which was released earlier this year.