A Master's thesis which attempts to locate St. Thomas Aquinas's atonement doctrine of vicarious satisfaction in between St. Anselm's satisfaction-theory of the atonement and the Protestant theory of... More > penal substitution.< Less
This work explores the extension of papal infallibility with regard to its object (doctrine of faith and morals) and with regard to its act (ordinary teaching and extraordinary or solemn definition).... More > Two main questions are taken up in the first part: whether it is certain that the pope is able to speak infallibly about doctrines pertaining to faith or morals which are not directly included in the deposit of faith (e.g. the canonization of saints); and secondly, whether this secondary object of infallibility extends to everything pertaining to faith and morals (so as to include, for example, every particular moral norm of the natural law). The second part is then primarily concerned with the question as to whether the pope is infallible only in the exercise of his extraordinary magisterium or whether the ordinary papal magisterium might also be infallible in some cases.< Less
This book is a high quality reproduction of Father James Spencer Northcote's classic work "Epitaphs of the Catacombs", originally published in 1878 and based on years of study conducted by... More > Fr. Northcote in the catacombs of Rome. This is NOT a generic OCR reproduction, but a faithful reprint of the original 1878 work, complete with Greek and Latin fonts and the original illustrations by William Vaughan.< Less
Paladologies, the long-awaited sequel to Tale of Manaeth, picks up two years after the departure of the great Queen of Asylia and traces the fortunes of Manissa's family through the drama of the... More > centuries. Despite inheriting a unified and powerful kingdom, the sons of Manissa find themselves increasingly the objects of scorn by an entrenched nobility that wants nothing to do with their house, or the mysterious powers that flow in their veins. Punctuated with episodes of glory, tragedy, romance and even comedy, Paladologies carries the reader through the dizzying and often violent series of events that bring the house of Manissa from disinheritance and despair to a final restoration and redemption.
Those who loved Tale of Manaeth will find Paladologies both a satisfying sequel and an excellent book in its own right. This book is not for the faint at heart; do you have what it takes?< Less