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The expression “Sacra Pagina” (“Sacred Page”) originally referred to the text of Scripture. In the Middle Ages it also described the study of Scripture to which the interpreter brought the tools of grammar, rhetoric, dialectic, and philosophy.
This series presents fresh translations and modern expositions of all the books of the New Testament. Written by an international team of Catholic biblical scholars, it is intended for biblical professionals, graduate students, theologians, clergy, and religious educators. The volumes present basic introductory information and close exposition, with each author adopting a specific methodology while maintaining a focus on the issues raised by the New Testament compositions themselves.
The goal of Sacra Pagina is to provide sound, critical analysis without any loss of sensitivity to religious meaning. This series is therefore catholic in two senses of the word: inclusive in its methods and perspectives, and shaped by the context of the Catholic tradition. The Second Vatican Council described the study of “the sacred page” as the “very soul of sacred theology” (Dei Verbum 24). The volumes in this series illustrate how Catholic scholars contribute to the council's call to provide access to Sacred Scripture for all the Christian faithful. Rather than pretending to say the final word on any text, these volumes seek to open up the riches of the New Testament and to invite as many people as possible to study seriously the “sacred page.”
- Volume 1: The Gospel of Matthew (Daniel J. Harrington) (2007)
- Volume 2: The Gospel of Mark (John R. Donahue, Daniel J. Harrington) (2002)
- Volume 3: The Gospel of Luke (Luke Timothy Johnson) (1991)
- Volume 4: The Gospel of John (Francis J. Moloney) (1998)
- Volume 5: The Acts of the Apostles (Luke Timothy Johnson) (1992)
- Volume 6: Romans (Brendan Byrne) (1996)
- Volume 7: First Corinthians (Raymond F. Collins) (1999)
- Volume 8: Second Corinthians (Jan Lambrecht) (1999)
- Volume 9: Galatians (Frank J. Matera) (2007)
- Volume 17: Colossians and Ephesians (Margaret Y. MacDonald) (2000)
- Volume 10: Philippians and Philemon (Bonnie B. Thurston, Judith M. Ryan) (2009)
- Volume 11: First and Second Thessalonians (Earl J. Richard) (2007)
- Volume 12: The Pastoral Epistles—First Timothy, Second Timothy, Titus (Benjamin Fiore) (2007)
- Volume 13: Hebrews (Alan C. Mitchell) (2007)
- Volume 14: James (Patrick J. Hartin) (2003)
- Volume 15: 1 Peter (Donald P. Senior) Jude and 2 Peter (Donald J. Harrington) (2003)
- Volume 18: 1, 2, and 3 John (John Painter) (2002)
- Volume 16: Revelation (Wilfrid J. Harrington) (2008)
Sacra Pagina New Testament Commentary Series (18 Volumes)
• Editor: Daniel J. Harrington
• Publisher: The Liturgical Press