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American Catholic Press (ACP) is a publisher of hymnals, missals, books, and other materials for the liturgy, both in celebration and education. Since 1929, our Leaflet Missal®prayerbook has been helping people pray; it is the original missalette. Since 1967, our principal hymnal, now called the American Catholic Hymnbook, has been available as a help to prayer that is sung by the congregation.

For your choir, you can review octavos available in our online catalog, ACP Publications, which also provides listings for some books on liturgy and similar materials.Click and Listen!

Hymns, Psalms, and other songs ACP has published have been used all over the world, in many hymnals and other resources, from Australia to Zambia. Such songs as Canticle of the Gift and I Lift My Soul have been translated into German, Latvian, and other languages.  Everywhere, these are songs people love to sing!

This web site gives you just a brief introduction to us. Please write, call, or fax us, so we can come to know you, to answer your questions, and to help you in your work.

Sincerely,

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Father Michael Gilligan
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What's New

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Biblio Used Books

Search the complete inventory of ACP Family Bookstore on Biblio!
  • News on Liturgy
    Using this link, you can easily keep up with important matters in liturgical renewal. You will find here plenty of news you can use, updated frequently.
  •  San  Rocco Oratory
    Here's a link to a new website that could serve as a useful model for parish websites, especially in its introductions to the sacraments.
  • News from Your Online Bookstore
    At the ACP Family Bookstore [top left green button], we now feature the Liturgy of the Hours in four volumes, in large print in four volumes.  There's also an excellent poster of the Crucifixion, by Dali. You can order it, online, today. Visit the bookstore soon!

24th Annual Benefit Dinner
FRIDAY, November 10, 2017

For more information visit our
ACP Benefit Website

Father John Cusick

Father John Cusick was ordained a priest of the Chicago Archdiocese in 1970. He has served as an associate pastor at Mary, Seat of Wisdom parish, Park Ridge, IL and Old St. Pat’s Church, Chicago. Father Cusick has also taught at Niles College of Loyola University. He has developed and maintained numerous ministries. Among the most significant are Theology on Tap and Young Adult ministry.

Father Cusick is the 2017 recipient of the Gratiam Dei Award, the highest honor conferred by American Catholic Press.

Barbara Cellini

Barbara Cellini is the 2017 recipient of the Henry Hyde Award, conferred by American Catholic Press. This award is named after the late Henry Hyde, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Chairman Hyde was an indefatigable defender of human life, in all its stages.

Barbara Cellini is the founder and president of the Thomas Cellini Huntington’s Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the service of individuals and families afflicted with Huntington’s Disease.

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