Frequently Asked Questions


Loyola Press wants to make your online experience with us enjoyable and trouble-free. The below FAQs provide answers to common questions about the Loyola Press Web site and Loyola Press. If you have any questions that are not answered here or suggestions on how we can serve you better, please contact us.

What kinds of books does Loyola Press publish?

Loyola Press publishes religion books for the general reader. Our books are about Catholic spirituality—how to live and pray and grow as a Catholic Christian. Specific subject areas include: spirituality and prayer; education and faith formation; Catholic life; history, theology, and biography; and Jesuit spirituality and spiritual direction. We also publish faith formation programs for use in parish and school programs. Please browse our store.

In addition to your religion and spirituality books, is it true that Loyola Press publishes language arts resources, which are used in both parochial and public schools?

Yes, Loyola Press has published Voyages in English since 1943. Our new 2018 edition remains a writing and grammar series that builds skills now for future success. Our Exercises in English is a workbook with plenty of practice in grammar and may be used with any language arts textbook. For more information on these or other language arts products, call 800-621-1008. Schools may request preview copies.

How are your products produced?

Loyola Press puts a great deal of thought and care into the production of each new product we develop. We work with in-house and out-of-house editors, freelance designers, and production and printing houses to take advantage of the latest in design and printing technology. If you are with a company that wishes to be added to our vendor list, please mail information on services provided and price competitiveness, as well as samples, to our Loyola Press Production Manager. No calls please.

How can an educational institution obtain a review copy from Loyola Press?

Mail or fax your request on your school’s letterhead. Please include the course name and number, the name of the professor conducting the class, and the number of students expected to register for the class.

How can I obtain a desk copy or media review copy from Loyola Press?

Call, fax, or e-mail your request. Please include the publication or broadcast you review for and its phone number. Also, please send two copies of the resulting review or broadcast to: Loyola Press, Marketing Department, 3441 North Ashland Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657.

Are you a part of Loyola University?

No, Loyola Press is not affiliated with any university. Loyola Press is an independent not-for-profit publisher, Jesuit ministry and apostolate of the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus.