Marian Studies is the journal–the proceedings of the annual national meeting–of the Mariological Society of America. The Mariological Society of America (MSA) is a Catholic theological association dedicated to studying and making known the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the mystery of Christ and the Church and in the history of salvation. Through its annual meeting and its publication, Marian Studies, the Society seeks to promote original research in Marian doctrine and devotion. The table of contents for each issue is also available on the MSA resources section of the Mary Page of the Marian Library at University of Dayton.

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Printed copies of Marian Studies are available.  Those volumes marked with an * are available in print.  To order printed copies write to Cecilia Mushenheim at: or call: 937-229-4294.

Volumes Awaiting Publication

Volume 71 (2020):  The Person of Mary: Her Cultural and Anthropological Dimensions
Volume 70 (2019): The Blessed Virgin Mary and the Call to Holiness
Volume 69 (2018): The Blessed Virgin’s Relationship to the Sacraments of Healing and Christian Vocation
Volume 68 (2017): The Blessed Virgin’s Relationship to the Sacraments of Christian Initiation
Volume 67 (2016): Devotion to the Heart of Mary: Theological Foundations

Volumes Available on E-Commons (Click Volume to be directed to page)

*Volume 65 (2014):  Forty Years after ‘Marialis Cultus’: Retrieval or Renewal?

*Volume 64 (2013): Mary and the New Evangelization

*Volume 63 (2012): The Virgin Mary in the United States and Canada Part 2: Since 1900

*Volume 62 (2011): The Virgin Mary in the United States and Canada, Part 1: Until 1900

*Volume 61 (2010): Mary and Scripture Since Vatican II

*Volume 60 (2009):  Telling Mary’s Story: The “Life of Mary” Through the Ages

*Volume 59 (2008): The Cooperation of the Virgin Mary in Redemption

*Volume 58 (2007): The Virginity of Mary

*Volume 57 (2006): Theotokos: Mother of All People

*Volume 56 (2005): Mary, Eschatological Icon of the Church

*Volume 55 (2004): The Immaculate Conception: Calling and Destiny

*Volume 54 (2003): The Marian Dimension of Christian Spirituality, III. The 19th and 20th *Centuries

*Volume 53 (2002): The Marian Dimension of the Christian Life: II. The Middle Period

*Volume 52 (2001): The Marian Dimension of Christian Spirituality, Historical Perspectives, I. The Early Period

*Volume 51 (2000): With the Mother of the Lord: On Pilgrimage to the New Millennium

*Volume 50 (1999): Magnificat: Remembrance and Praise

*Volume 49 (1998):The Virgin Mary in Art

*Volume 48 (1997): The Virgin Mary, Mother of God, Icon of the Church, Intercessor: Ecumenical Perspectives

*Volume 47 (1996): Marian Spirituality and the Interreligious Dialogue

*Volume 46 (1995): Faith, Mary, and Culture

*Volume 45 (1994): Mary and Religious Education

*Volume 44 (1993): Mary and Popular Marian Devotion

*Volume 43 (1992): Mary in Ordinary Time

*Volume 42 (1991): Mary in the Lent and Easter Seasons

*Volume 41 (1990): Mary and the Mysteries of Christ: Advent to the Baptism of the Lord

*Volume 40 (1989): Mary and Liturgy

*Volume 39 (1988): Mary and the Writings of Pope John Paul II

*Volume 38 (1987): Missionary Marian Theology

Volume 37 (1986): Mary and Lumen Gentium

Volume 36 (1985): Moral Principles, Berulle, and Kolbe

*Volume 35 (1984): Biblical Exegesis and Marian Devotion

Volume 34 (1983): Guadalupe, Eucharist, and Theology of the Body

Volume 33 (1982): Marian Dogmas in Perspective

*Volume 32 (1981): Marian Christology

*Volume 31 (1980): Von Balthasar, Paul VI, and Impar

*Volume 30 (1979): Miscellaneous Marian Topics

*Volume 29 (1978): Mary: Scripture, Patristics, and Contemporary Thoughts

Volume 28 (1977): Mary in Christian Theology

Volume 27 (1976): Mary and the Hierarchy of Truths

Volume 26 (1975): Mary and Ecumenism

Volume 25 (1974): Mary and Salvation

Volume 24 (1973): Mary and the Virgin Birth

Volume 23 (1972): Mariological Interest and Marian Pneumatology 

Volume 22 (1971): Mary and the Life of the Church

Volume 21 (1970): Mary and Virginity; Mary and Luther

Volume 20 (1969): Mary: Model for the World

Volume 19 (1968): Mary and Liturgy

Volume 18 (1967): Mary and the People of God

Volume 17 (1966): Various Topics: Mater Ecclesia, Incarnation, Eschatology, and Sacramental

Volume 16 (1965): Mary and Salvation History: The Problem of Sin

Volume 15 (1964): Various Considerations on Mariology- Ecumenism, Psychology, Spiritual

Volume 14 (1963): The Holiness of Mary

Volume 13 (1962): The Theology of Virginity

Volume 12 (1961): The Protoevangelium and Mary

Volume 11 (1960): Exegesis on Marian Biblical Passages

Volume 10 (1959): Fundamental Principles of Mariology

Volume 9 (1958): Mary and the Church

Volume 8 (1957): The End of Mary’s Life

Volume 7 (1956): The Virginity of Mary

Volume 6 (1955): Mary’s Divine Maternity

Volume 5 (1954): Theology of the Immaculate Conception

Volume 4 (1953): The Queenship of Mary

Volume 3 (1952): Mary’s Spiritual Maternity

Volume 2 (1951): Marian Co-Redemption