Dedication St. Peter through St. Leo the Great (33-461) Pope St. Gregory the Great (590-604) Pope St. Martin I (649-654) Pope St. Zachary (741-752) Pope St. Leo III (795-816) Pope St. Gregory VII (1073-1085) Pope Innocent III (1198-1216) Pope Boniface … Continue reading
The following will no doubt be taken by some as a Baroque — or worse, Romantic — example of an unenlightened and backward Catholic fascination with legend. So be it.
Almost six years after the death of Saint Athanasius, in the pontificate of the glorious Pope, Saint Damasus - the patron of Saint Jerome in his biblical studies — there came to the imperial throne in the East, the great … Continue reading
Pope Saint Gregory the Great not only saved the Church, in times so frightful that the men who lived in them were sure that the end of the world was come, but he founded the great civilization which has lasted … Continue reading
(written in 1948) Mr. Daniel Sargent has written a classic biography called Thomas More . If anyone should know about Utopia, it would be Sargent.
To those qui mecum fuerunt in exiliis There seems to be no end to the number of reasons people can give for not facing the doctrine of the necessity of belonging to the Catholic Church for salvation. “It is not … Continue reading
(later known as Sister Catherine, M.I.C.M.) Introduction by Brother André Marie, M.I.C.M. Sister Catherine, M.I.C.M., foundress of Saint Benedict Center, wrote “The Failure of Interfaith” almost four decades ago, more than 15 years before the ecumenical onslaught that commenced after … Continue reading
Introduction This book is going to press one year after the people of the United States, and eventually the people of the world were shocked by, a stubborn profession of faith made on the part of some Boston Catholics, who were … Continue reading