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Essays Radical and Orthodox By David Lindsay
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With a preface by John Milbank, one of the world’s most distinguished theologians, this book addresses Radical Orthodoxy; the connections between the Hebraic and the Hellenic traditions; the... More > fallacy of both liberal and reactionary assumptions concerning the Second Vatican Council; Catholicism as, and as more than, Evangelical, Charismatic and liberal; Catholic imaginative writing, and anti-Catholicism as an imaginative stimulus, in Tudor and Stuart England; Newman, Hopkins, Belloc, Chesterton, Greene and Waugh; a Catholic defence of the Confessional State, including the Act of Settlement; the more recent works of Dr Edward Norman; the problems with, and the opportunities for, the Anglican Ordinariate, as well as the left-wing reasons why Parliament should in any case say no to women bishops in the Church of England; and the left-wing defence of Opus Dei.< Less
Questions on the Daily Office Readings (1928 BCP) By David Gregory McMannes
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For the serious student of Holy Writ who is using the Daily Office Lectionary as contained in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Written by Bishop McMannes, the book provides questions based on the... More > Daily Office readings for the entire year. The questions aid the individual in making a spiritual resolve for growth after having read the passages and answered the questions. The book is part of the trilogy book series of Daily Office Readings Volume One, Daily Office Readings Volume Two, and Questions on the Daily Office Readings. For the serious student of Holy Writ, the three books offer a regimented and time-tested approach to the daily study of the Bible. Gives insight to both laity and clergy.< Less
Questions on the Daily Office Readings (1928 BCP) By David Gregory McMannes
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For the serious student of Holy Writ who is using the Daily Office Lectionary as contained in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.
Liturgy & Architecture By Jason John Paul Haskins
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A compilation of projects around the central theme of liturgy and architecture. "Anglo-Catholic Socialist Modern Architecture: Saint Paul Bow Common" "Corbusian Orthodoxy: Le... More > Poème de l’Angle Droit" "Of Love and Architects" "The Iconography & Iconology of Phenomenology in The Bruder Klaus Feldkapelle" "Authorship & Participation in Ritual Change: Architectural Interpretations of the Second Vatican Council" "The Plastic Number in the Parthenon" (revised)< Less
Saint Austin's Plainsong Missal: Ordinary of the Mass By Lancelot Andrewes Press
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Contains the Ordinary and Canon of the Liturgy of Saint Tikhon (Antiochian Orthodox version of the traditional Anglo-Catholic Mass), and the Ordinary and Canon of the Liturgy of Saint Gregory... More > (Antiochian Orthodox version of the tradition Roman Mass).< Less
Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum By John Healy
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A detailed survey of Ireland's ancient schools and scholars, from the time before St. Patrick, to the establishment of Irish monastic schools in the fifth and sixth century. Special attention is... More > given to the School of St. Finnian of Clonard and the Columban schools. In the following pages it has been the author’s purpose to give a full and accurate, but at the same time, as he hopes, a popular account of the Schools and Scholars of Ancient Ireland. It is a subject about which much is talked, but little is known, and even that little is only to be found in volumes that are not easily accessible to the general reader. In the present work the history of the Schools and Scholars of Celtic Erin is traced from the time of St. Patrick down to the Anglo-Norman Invasion of Ireland. - Excerpt from Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars, Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum< Less
Prose Volume 4 - Religion and The Church (Part 2) By Jonathan Swift
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Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Born in Dublin Ireland, was was an Anglo – Irish satirist, and Essayist. He wrote many Letters and Essays to people in high Society in Ireland. Born in... More > Dublin, Swift was well connected to upper society and literary circles through family ties. His Grandmother was married to Sir Erasmus Dryden, Grandfather to the Poet John Dryden. His Cousin was married to Sir Walter Raleigh. In 1702 Swift got his Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity college in Dublin. It was during this time on visits to England that he published A Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books. He had a mysterious relationship with a woman named Ester Johnson, nicknamed "Stella. Swift spent another twenty years in England as a Political adviser, returning home to Ireland in 1720. He spent the rest of his days “Pampleting” for noble causes in his home country, while writing his articles on Religion and the Church, and other prose works. He died of an eye infection in 1745.< Less
Prose Volume 3 - Religion and the Church (Part 1) By Jonathan Swift
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Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Born in Dublin Ireland, was was an Anglo – Irish satirist, and Essayist. He wrote many Letters and Essays to people in high Society in Ireland. Born in... More > Dublin, Swift was well connected to upper society and literary circles through family ties. His Grandmother was married to Sir Erasmus Dryden, Grandfather to the Poet John Dryden. His Cousin was married to Sir Walter Raleigh. In 1702 Swift got his Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity college in Dublin. It was during this time on visits to England that he published A Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books. He had a mysterious relationship with a woman named Ester Johnson, nicknamed "Stella. Swift spent another twenty years in England as a Political adviser, returning home to Ireland in 1720. He spent the rest of his days “Pampleting” for noble causes in his home country, while writing his articles on Religion and the Church, and other prose works. He died of an eye infection in 1745.< Less
Prose Volume 4 - Religion and The Church (Part 2) By Jonathan Swift
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Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Born in Dublin Ireland, was was an Anglo – Irish satirist, and Essayist. He wrote many Letters and Essays to people in high Society in Ireland. Born in... More > Dublin, Swift was well connected to upper society and literary circles through family ties. His Grandmother was married to Sir Erasmus Dryden, Grandfather to the Poet John Dryden. His Cousin was married to Sir Walter Raleigh. In 1702 Swift got his Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity college in Dublin. It was during this time on visits to England that he published A Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books, as well as these proposals to the Church. He had a mysterious relationship with a woman named Ester Johnson, nicknamed "Stella. Swift spent another twenty years in England as a Political adviser, returning home to Ireland in 1720. He spent the rest of his days “Pampleting” for noble causes in his home country, while writing his articles on Religion and the Church, and other prose works. He died of an eye infection in 1745.< Less
Prose Volume 3 - Religion and the Church (Part 1) By Jonathan Swift
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Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Born in Dublin Ireland, was was an Anglo – Irish satirist, and Essayist. He wrote many Letters and Essays to people in high Society in Ireland. Born in... More > Dublin, Swift was well connected to upper society and literary circles through family ties. His Grandmother was married to Sir Erasmus Dryden, Grandfather to the Poet John Dryden. His Cousin was married to Sir Walter Raleigh. In 1702 Swift got his Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity college in Dublin. It was during this time on visits to England that he published A Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books. He had a mysterious relationship with a woman named Ester Johnson, nicknamed "Stella. Swift spent another twenty years in England as a Political adviser, returning home to Ireland in 1720. He spent the rest of his days “Pampleting” for noble causes in his home country, while writing his articles on Religion and the Church, and other prose works. He died of an eye infection in 1745.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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