See these legally free ebooks:
- The Church of Old England: Being a Collection of Papers Bearing on the Continuity of the Church in England, and on Attempts to Justify the Anglican Position, edited by Rev. W. H. Cologan (London: Catholic Truth Society)
- Volume I (1890) is available in multiple formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive (N.B., This includes the essays “The Popes and the English Church” by Rev. W. Waterworth and “A Voice from the Dead” by the Count de Montalambert)
- Volume II (1895) is available in multiple formats at Internet Archive (N.B., This includes the essay “Henry VIII and the English Monasteries”, by Cardinal Manning)
- Volume III (1894) is available in multiple formats at Internet Archive (N.B., This includes the essay “The Conversion of England (England’s Conversion by the Power of Prayer”, by Cardinal Vaughan, and “The Truth about the Reformation”)
- Volume IV (1894) is available in multiple formats at Internet Archive (N.B., This includes the essay “The Faith of the Ancient English Church concerning the Blessed Virgin” by the Very Rev. Provost Northcote)
On the Solemnity of Our Lady of Walsingham in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham and in the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter (24 September). In solidarity with our brethren from the Anglican tradition, who even now stand for truth and tradition against error and novelty, we sing the hope so beautifully expressed by Father Frederick William Faber:
Faith of our fathers! Mary’s prayers
Shall win our country back to thee;
And from the truth that comes from God,
England shall then indeed be free.
Faith of our fathers, holy faith!
We will be true to thee till death.