Updates and Continuing Research:
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Amazon.com: new books or books about the English Reformation and
other related subjects.
See my Author's page on Amazon.com including my blog.
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for reading lists and upcoming releases.
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A Tale of Two Henry’s provides background on the two portraits on
the cover of Supremacy and Survival: Henry VIII and Venerable John Henry
Reformation Martyrs: St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More compares
and contrasts the lives and deaths of these opponents of Henry VIII’s
Margaret Clitherow, Margaret Ward, and Anne Line: Recusant Martyrs
describes the efforts of these three women to protect Catholic priests
in England during Elizabeth I’s reign
Did the English Reformation Really Have to Happen? Summarizes the
current historiography about the English Reformation, contrasting
revisionist history to the Whig theory of the past.
2010 issue of
Homiletic and Pastoral Review: “Preparing the Church for
Converts” – “Newman and the Oxford Movement offer lessons for Catholics
and Anglicans today”.
January/February 2010 Issue of
The Catholic Answer, “In the Shadow of Tyburn Tree: Who were
the martyrs of England and Wales?”
“There’s Something about Bloody Mary” published on-line at First
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· Newman's Cause for Canonization:
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· Son Rise Morning Show Blog:
· New blog on Mary I:
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