Donald S. Prudlo is Associate Professor of Ancient and Medieval History at Jacksonville State University in Alabama. He is also Associate Professor of Theology and Church History at Christendom. His specialty is Saints and Sainthood in the Christian Tradition, and he is the author of The Martyred Inquisitor: The Life and Cult of Peter of Verona (+1252) (Ashgate, 2008) and has recently edited The Origin, Development, and Refinement of Medieval Religious Mendicancies (Brill, 2011).
- A United Witness: The Lives and Deaths of Thomas More and John Fisher
- Fidelity to Tradition: Bl. John XXIII and the Second Vatican Council
- A Ray of Hope for the Family in Quebec
- Obligations and the Incarnation
- The Fate of Unbaptized Infants: Christian Hope and Christian Realism