Loyola Press books and faith formation programs were recognized as outstanding Catholic material to the general public in the 2020 Catholic Press Association Book Awards. The publisher received a total of 10 Catholic Press Association Book Awards this year, which include:
Pastoral Ministry – Catechetical:
The Adaptive Teacher by John Barone and Charleen Katra: Second Place
Christ Our Life: God Loves Us by Sisters of Notre Dame, Chardon, Ohio: Third Place
God Made Everything by Loyola Press: Honorable Mention
Pope Francis Says… by Pope Francis: First Place
Everyone Belongs by USCCB: Second Place
Enough as You Are by Peggy Weber: First Place
MicroShifts by Gary Jansen: First Place
Enough as You Are by Peggy Weber: Second Place
Faith Formation – Children:
God Made Everything by Loyola Press: First Place
Christ Our Life: God Loves Us by Sisters of Notre Dame, Chardon, Ohio: Second Place
Start with Jesus by Julianne Stanz: Third Place
When asked about Weber’s multiple awards this year for Enough as You Are, Loyola Press President and Publisher Joellyn Cicciarelli says, “Peggy provides a rare combination of authenticity, humor, and relatability—she articulates what women are truly feeling, and she has a way to help. This book is filled with wisdom that provides a spiritual pathway to love for God and self.”
The Catholic Press Association sponsors various award programs that honor works that inform and promote the mission of the Church. Earlier this year, Loyola Press blogs, websites, and social media campaigns were recognized by the Catholic Press Association in its Gabriel Awards program.
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About Loyola Press
An apostolate of the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus, Loyola Press embraces the Jesuit passion for helping people find God in all things. We continue the Jesuit tradition of excellence and service by providing inspiring faith-filled content for children and adults and by being people for others.
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