Complete Works of Saint Augustine

A Translation for the 21st Century

 

In 1990, New City Press, in conjunction with the Augustinian Heritage Institute, began translating Saint Augustine's entire corpus into English. At that time, English was the only major Western language into which the Complete Works had not yet been attempted. Existing translations were often archaic or faulty, and the scholarship was outdated. Augustine's writings are useful to anyone interested in patristics, church history, and theology. New City Press is proud to offer the best modern translations available.

St. Augustine's complete works will be translated into 46 books (for more details download a pdf). To date, over 35 books have been translated and published by NCP. The first was Sermons 1-19 and the latest is The New Testament vol. 1 and 2.

 Augustinian Heritage Institute

Board of Directors

+John E. Rotelle, O.S.A. (1939-2002)    Founding Director
Michael T. Dolan
Joseph L. Farrell, O.S.A.
William Harmless, S.J.
Joseph T. Kelley
Patricia H. Lo
Jane E. Merdinger
Boniface Ramsey

Translation Advisory Board

Gerald Bonner
Allan D. Fitzgerald, O.S.A.
Joseph McGowan
Boniface Ramsey
Ronald J. Teske, S.J.

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Most Popular Titles

The City of God (Books 1-10)

The City of God (Books 11-22)

The Confessions

The Trinity

 

Essential Texts
Created for Classroom Use

The Augustine Catechism

Essential Sermons

Ebooks Available

Saint AugustineWhat the Critics Are Saying

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“There is nothing to compare with the breadth of the project, the elegance and power of the translations, and the depth of scholarly detail.”  Rebecca Weaver
Professor of Church History, Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, VA

“… excellent edition of The Trinity… supersedes all other English editions in every respect.”  Carol Harrison
Department of Theology, University of Durham, U.K.

“… very high standard in accuracy and a lively, readable and idiomatic English style. They are a pleasure to read…”   Robert A. MarkusDepartment of Theology, University of Notre Dame

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Theology Digest

William S. Babcock
, Professor of Church History, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
Dr. Michael Cameron, Scholar of Early Christianity
John C. Cavadini, University of Notre Dame
Augustine J. Curley, O.S.B., Author of Augustine’s Critique of Skepticism
Robert B. Eno, S.S., Professor of Church History, Catholic University of America, Catholic Library World
Rev. Edmund Hill, O.P., Augustine scholar
Margaret R. Miles, Bussey Professor of Historical Theology, Harvard Divinity School
Kim Paffenroth, Journal of Early Christian Studies
Richard Rohr, OFM, author of Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life
Barry UlanovJournal of Religion and Health
Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury