See this online ebook:
- Modernism and Modern Thought, by Father [Joseph M.] Bampton, S.J., 1854-1933 (London and Edinburgh: Sands and Company; St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder). With 1913 Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi, and other formats at Internet Archive (linked from the library of the Saint John Paul II Institute of Marian Studies) and Internet Archive; and may be read online on this page of the Jacques Maritain Institute.
See also the following texts and ebooks earlier posted on the Project:
- The Catholic Church and the Counter-Faith: A Study of the Roots of Modern Secularism, Relativism, and de-Christianity, by Philip Trower (Family Publications, 2006). It may be read online at Christendom Awake (version dated 28 September 2011), which states: “Family Publications has now ceased trading. The copyright has reverted to the author Philip Trower who has given permission for the book to be placed on this website. Further chapters will be added as time permits.”
- Encyclical “Pascendi Dominici Gregis” on the Doctrines of the Modernists, by Pope St. Pius X, September 8, 1907. Available online (on this page) of Catholic Culture, at the Holy See, at Papal Encyclicals Online, and at Internet Archive. A facsimile of the printed text (London: Burns & Oates) is available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle and other formats at Internet Archive.
- Modernism, by Cardinal Mercier, Archbishop of Malines, translated from the French by Marian Lindsay (London: Burns & Oates, 1910) is available in various formats at Internet Archive and at Open Library.
- Turmoil & Truth: The Historical Roots of the Modern Crisis in the Catholic Church, by Phillip Trower (San Francisco: Ignatius; Oxford: Family Publications, 2003). May be read online at on this page of Christendom Awake. (The webpage states: “Family Publications has now ceased trading. The copyright has reverted to the author Philip Trower who has given permission for the book to be placed on this website.”)
On the Feast of Pope St. Pius X in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. For other legally free ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title) and the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject).
“From that time onwards Jesus began to make it known to his disciples that he… must be put to death, and rise again on the third day. Whereupon Peter… began remonstrating with him; Never, Lord, he said; no such thing shall befall thee. At which he turned round and said to Peter, Back, Satan; thou art a stone in my path; for these thoughts of thine are man’s, not God’s…” (St. Matthew xvi, 13-19,21-24)
“The time will surely come, when men will grow tired of sound doctrine, always itching to hear something fresh; and so they will provide themselves with a continuous succession of new teachers, as the whim takes them, turning a deaf ear to the truth, bestowing their attention on fables instead. It is for thee to be on the watch, to accept every hardship, to employ thyself in preaching the gospel, and perform every duty of thy office, keeping a sober mind.” (I Timothy iv, 3-5)
“[K]eep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding the profane novelties of words and oppositions of knowledge falsely so called. Which some promising, have erred concerning the faith.” (I Timothy vi, 20-21)
“Do not forget those who have had charge of you, and preached God’s word to you; contemplate the happy issue of the life they lived, and imitate their faith. What Jesus Christ was yesterday, and is to-day, he remains for ever. Do not be carried aside from your course by a maze of new doctrines” (Hebrews xiii, 7-9)