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St. Thomas More: A Great Man in Hard Times By E.E. Reynolds
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The great merit of this biography by E.E. Reynolds is that it vividly portrays the whole More, his spiritual life as well as his court, family, social, and intellectual activity. More brought his... More > religion into the smallest detail of his life. He is the ideal saint for the modern layman, and in these pages we see why. He lived the Faith—before dying for it. "Thomas More is more important at this moment than at any moment since his death, even perhaps the great moment of his dying; but he is not quite as important as he will be in about a hundred years’ time. he may come to be counted the greatest Englishman, or at least the greatest historical character in English history.” G.K. Chesterton< Less
St. John Fisher: Reformer, Humanist, Martyr By E.E. Reynolds
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John Fisher's times are remembered, but he is often not. While information on the Tudor period proliferates there is scarcely a mention of John Fisher. E.E. Reynolds' work is history rather than... More > Hagiography, bringing out these details carefully from official state archives, ambassadorial correspondence, letters and near contemporary biography. In his introduction, Reynolds notes: "Father Thomas E. Bridgett's Blessed John Fisher (1888) was the first full-scale biography to be based on a careful study of state papers; the result was a work that, once and for all, established the position and stature of John Fisher. . . Two generations have passed since this pioneer work; Bridgett was scrupulously careful not to go beyond the available evidence; since he wrote, other material has become accessible that strengthens the portrait given in Blessed John Fisher." Reynolds makes use of all of this to bring further illustration to the only Cardinal Martyr in a must have for any historian of the Tudor period.< Less
St. Thomas More By E.E. Reynolds
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The great merit of this biography by E.E. Reynolds is that it vividly portrays the whole More, his spiritual life as well as his court, family, social, and intellectual activity. More brought his... More > religion into the smallest detail of his life. He is the ideal saint for the modern layman, and in these pages we see why. He lived the Faith—before dying for it. "Thomas More is more important at this moment than at any moment since his death, even perhaps the great moment of his dying; but he is not quite as important as he will be in about a hundred years’ time. he may come to be counted the greatest Englishman, or at least the greatest historical character in English history.” G.K. Chesterton< Less
St. John Fisher By E.E. Reynolds
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John Fisher's times are remembered, but he is often not. While information on the Tudor period proliferates there is scarcely a mention of John Fisher. E.E. Reynolds' work is history rather than... More > Hagiography, bringing out these details carefully from official state archives, ambassadorial correspondence, letters and near contemporary biography. In his introduction, Reynolds notes: "Father Thomas E. Bridgett's Blessed John Fisher (1888) was the first full-scale biography to be based on a careful study of state papers; the result was a work that, once and for all, established the position and stature of John Fisher. . . Two generations have passed since this pioneer work; Bridgett was scrupulously careful not to go beyond the available evidence; since he wrote, other material has become accessible that strengthens the portrait given in Blessed John Fisher." Reynolds makes use of all of this to bring further illustration to the only Cardinal Martyr in a must have for any historian of the Tudor period.< Less
St. John Fisher By E.E. Reynolds
Hardcover: $45.00
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John Fisher's times are remembered, but he is often not. While information on the Tudor period proliferates there is scarcely a mention of John Fisher. E.E. Reynolds' work is history rather than... More > Hagiography, bringing out these details carefully from official state archives, ambassadorial correspondence, letters and near contemporary biography. In his introduction, Reynolds notes: "Father Thomas E. Bridgett's Blessed John Fisher (1888) was the first full-scale biography to be based on a careful study of state papers; the result was a work that, once and for all, established the position and stature of John Fisher. . . Two generations have passed since this pioneer work; Bridgett was scrupulously careful not to go beyond the available evidence; since he wrote, other material has become accessible that strengthens the portrait given in Blessed John Fisher." Reynolds makes use of all of this to bring further illustration to the only Cardinal Martyr in a must have for any historian of the Tudor period.< Less

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