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- Vladimir Soloviev: A Russian Newman (1853-1900), by Michel D’Herbigny, translated by A.M. Buchanan (London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow: R. & T. Washbourne, 1918). [LINKS DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHT CONCERNS, AFTER WE LEARNED THAT THE TRANSLATOR PASSED AWAY AS RECENTLY AS 1950.]
- [N.B., James Likoudis provides a comment on this book entitled “Vladimir Soloviev (‘The Russian Newman’) on Christian Politics and Ecumenism” on the Catholic Social Science Review, which also discusses Soloviev’s masterpiece Russia and the Universal Church.]
In remembrance of Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyev (or Solovyov) (+ 13 August 1900) and of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman (+ 11 August 1890); and on the Feast of Pope St. Pontian and St. Hippolytus in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite. We pray that, by God’s grace, those Christians lost in schism or heresy may return to the one true Church founded by Christ and become–like St. Hippolytus, Blessed Newman, and Soloviev of Russia–witnesses to Catholic truth.