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Ave Maria Press

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Headquarters location
  
Notre Dame, Indiana

Founder
  
Edward Sorin

Country of origin
  
United States of America

Publication types
  
Books

Founded
  
1865

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Parent company
  
Congregation of Holy Cross

Official website
  
Headquarters
  
Notre Dame, Indiana, United States

Parent organization
  
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Similar
  
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Ave Maria Press is a Roman Catholic publishing company which was founded in 1865 by Father Edward Sorin, a Holy Cross priest who had founded the University of Notre Dame.

Sorin founded the company in order to publish the Ave Maria magazine, a magazine focused on Catholic families, honoring The Virgin Mary, and showcasing Catholic writings. Sorin then placed Sister Angela Gilespie, a nurse veteran of the American Civil War, in charge. By 1900, Ave Maria was the largest English-language Catholic magazine worldwide. The magazine was started in 1865 and continued until 1970 when it was dropped due to decline in circulation. Ave Maria Press now focuses solely on the publishing of Catholic books.

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