Writer and Editor, Joseph Pearce, discusses Shakespeare's Catholic faith.
The author of almost twenty books, Joseph Pearce is the foremost Catholic biographer of the past two decades. He has chronicled the life and works of G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien, among others. Pearce is co-editor of the St. Austin Review and host of the EWTN program...
Butler's Lives Of Saints There is no greater authority on the saints than Alban Butler, and his enormous research has been the standard reference on the subject for the last two and a half centuries. This new adaptation of Butler's multi-volume Lives of the Saints presents a modernized text for today's reader and provides an illuminating guide to these historic, symbolic, and foundational Christian men and women.
"For the Scripture says 'Holy, holy, holy Lord of hosts; full is every creature of his glory'. And we, led by conscience, gathered together in one place in concord, cry to Him continuously as from one mouth, that we may become sharers in His great and glorious promises."
~ The Sanctus, here described by Pope Clement I (from his I Cor., 34:6-7) circa A.D. 95, is one of the most ancient parts of the sacred liturgy, tracing back to the time of the apostles.