New Website and Blog

We are excited to reveal the new website for the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture. On it, you will find information about this series in an easily accessible way.

As a part of this redesign, we have incorporated the ‘Speaking of Scripture’ blog into the site. All of the same contributors and previous posts are still available here. The same domain name (“www.speakingofscripture.org”) will lead you to the blog.

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Comments

  1. Congratulation on your move. I’ve read through all the available commentaries in the series and have found them exceptional (and recommend them whenever the opportunity arises). Your old blog offered a page dedicated to audio talks, including Dr. Willliamson’s study of Revelation, but I noticed that no such page exists on the new site. Is this just an oversight, or by design? Finally, Please, please, please, tell me that there are plans in the works to produce a series on the Old Testament. To the best of my knowledge, the last series of (substantive) commentaries on the OT for Catholics was done by Michael Glazier Press in the early 1980’s.

  2. Thanks for your comment. On the ‘Volumes & Authors’ page you’ll find a link to Dr. Williamson’s own page. His audio talks are located there. Thanks.

  3. Any updates on upcoming volumes? Your old site had a listing of upcoming volumes and authors, but I don’t see that here. I’m looking forward to the CCSS volumes on Luke and John, as well as Dr. Hahn’s work on Romans!

    • jeremy.wells says:

      Here is an update from Peter Williamson:

      As one of the general editors, I’m responding on this one. WEll , it just so happens that I finished commenting on the last verse of the book of Revelation this morning (although I have not written the Intro yet). HOWEVER, that’s the initial draft, and it will need to go through a review and a revision process. So, God-willing, Baker will receive it in early 2013 and publish it a year later.
      I don’t know but will check on the progress of Romans.
      Our next two volumes will be in the Fall of 2013–sorry to make you wait! They are Acts, by Fr. Bill Kurz, SJ and Philippians-Colossians-Philemon by Father Dennis Hamm, SJ.
      Keep our authors and editors in your prayers! Thanks for your interest!

  4. judy glickstein says:

    When will new volumes be coming out, especially on Luke and John. Hopefully soon.

    • jeremy.wells says:

      Here is an update from Peter Williamson:

      As one of the general editors, I’m responding on this one. WEll , it just so happens that I finished commenting on the last verse of the book of Revelation this morning (although I have not written the Intro yet). HOWEVER, that’s the initial draft, and it will need to go through a review and a revision process. So, God-willing, Baker will receive it in early 2013 and publish it a year later.
      I don’t know but will check on the progress of Romans.
      Our next two volumes will be in the Fall of 2013–sorry to make you wait! They are Acts, by Fr. Bill Kurz, SJ and Philippians-Colossians-Philemon by Father Dennis Hamm, SJ.
      Keep our authors and editors in your prayers! Thanks for your interest!