New book series: The Thomist Tradition

A link at Ed Feser's blog today alerted me to an exciting new initiative. Cluny Media, which I'm learning about for the first time, is launching a new book series entitled "The Thomist Tradition." According to the series page at Cluny Media's website, the series "conveys a dual conviction":

1. The thought of St. Thomas Aquinas contains an incomparable fullness of wisdom.

2. The writings of the Thomists who followed him play a necessary role in mediating his wisdom to subsequent generations.

This is great! The series editor is the estimable Cajetan Cuddy, OP. Here's a list of currently available and forthcoming titles:

T.C. O'Brien, Metaphysics and the Existence of God (now available)

Joseph Clifford Fenton, The Concept of Sacred Theology (Christmas 2017)

Thomas U. Mullaney and Walter R. Farrell, Natural Law and Human Freedom: Thomistic Investigations (July 2018)

Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, The Eucharist (a new translation of De Eucharistia) (Christmas 2018)

Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, The Theological Virtues (a new translation of De Virtutibus Theologicis) (Christmas 2018)

I encourage you to check this out for yourself. I wish Fr. Cajetan's project every success!