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Review of Who Moved the Stone? By Frank Morison.
Faber and Faber, Ltd.

Reviews by Dr Pravin Thevathasan

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New Reviews

Live Not By Lies
A Manual For Christian Dissidents
by Rod Dreher

Man's Knowledge of Reality
An Introduction to Thomistic Epistemology
by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen
Angelico Press

The Invincible Family
Why The Global Campaign To Crush Motherhood and Fatherhood Can't Win
by Kimberly Ells
Regnery Gateway

Home Page for Fr John Hemer MHM

Allen Hall Public Lectures  May  2021

Finding Christ in the Old Testament (1)

Some Reflections on the Song of Songs (2)

St. Joseph (3)

Moving Beyond Vatican II

Link to Virgin Mary articles

Person and Identity Website

Turmoil & Truth

The Historical Roots of the Modern Crisis
in the Catholic Church

Philip Trower

The Catholic Church and the Counter-Faith

By Philip Trower

A Study of the Roots of Modern Secularism, Relativism and de-Christianisation

Link to Virgin Mary articles

Complete Book!

The New Journey to God


Catherine Dalzell

Our Call to Holiness

Reflections of a Sinner

by Dom Benedict Heron

Fr. Noel Muscat OFM

Live from Lourdes

Link to Virgin Mary articles

Edward Short is the author of several highly acclaimed studies of Saint John Henry Cardinal Newman, including Newman and his Contemporaries (2011), Newman and his Family (2013) and Newman and History (2017).

His recently published critical edition of Newman’s Anglican Difficulties (1850) garnered praise from Ian Ker and Stephen Bullivant.  

In addition to his studies of Newman, Mr. Short's books include Adventures in the Book Pages: Essays and Reviews (2015) and Culture and Abortion (2013), both of which are available from Gracewing.  

Currently, he is at work on Newman and his Critics, which Bloomsbury will publish in 2022.

Edward Short lives in New York with his wife and two young children. 

Version:   14th January 2022