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62p (1912) Pray the Rosary, Catholic Book Pub Co, ISBN 978-0-89942-048-6 The Agony of Our Lord (1920) The Friend of Sinners, Burns Oats Washbourne (1930) Mysterium Amoris, and ... Priesthood, St Anthony Guild Press (1938) Soldiers and Sailors Prayer Book Daily Devotions, Catholic Book Publishing Co ... Lelen, Editor) Catholic Book Publishing, New York (1941) Key of Heaven, a Prayer Book for Catholics, New York, New York Catholic Book Publishing Co ...
... Ong's encyclopedia article "Humanism" in the 1967 New Catholic Encyclopedia provides a well-informed survey of Renaissance humanism, which defined itself broadly as disfavoring medieval ... a traditional treatment of res-verba (matter and form) its first book treats the subject of elocutio, showing the student how to use schemes and tropes the second ... of variation (copia means "plenty" or "abundance", as in copious or cornucopia), so both books focus on ways to introduce the maximum amount of variety into discourse ...
... the 1963 Grail Translation, but an appendix at the end of the book gives the ELLC versions of the Gospel canticles as alternatives ... In 2009, Prayer during the day was published by Catholic Truth Society ... (ICEL), was first published in 1975 by Catholic Book Publishing Company in the USA ...
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—Norman Reilly Raine (18951971)
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“We really learn only from those books that we cannot judge. The author of a book that we were able to judge would have to learn from us.”
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