John Hardon's comprehensive, one-volume work of reference defining the key
terms of Catholicism; updated to include the most recent developments in the
Clear, concise, and faithful, with over 2,000 entries, Catholic Dictionary is the essential Catholic lexicon in the areas of faith, worship, morals, history, theology, and spirituality. Now revised to include the statements of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope John Paul II, new movements and devotions, and other recent developments within Catholicism, this edition brings the legacy of Father Hardon into the contemporary era. A worthy companion to Catechism of the Catholic Church and Scott Hahn's Catholic Bible Dictionary, this book is an essential resource for the Catholic reader.
About the Author
Hardon is a member of the Society of Jesus. He is actively involved with a number of organizations, including the Institute on Religious Life, the Apostolate for Family consecration, the Catholic Home Study Institute, and the Marian Catechists. He concentrates on the writing apostolate for international evangelization and catechesis. He resides at the University of Detroit.