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  • Sermons Delivered before Mixed Congregations: Embracing Apologetics, Catholic Faith and Christian Morals, Intended for Infidels, Protestants and Catholics, by Henry B. Altmeyer [d. 1930] (Huntington, W. Va.: Standard Printing & Publishing Company, 1911). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, mobi, epub, and other formats at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library; and also available at HathiTrust Digital Library.

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  • The Bible and the Rule of Faith, by Abbe Louis Nazaire Bégin, translated by G.M. Ward (London, Burns and Oates; Quebec: John Barrow, 1875). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Book of Armaments: Defending Your Catholic Faith, by Gary Michuta (Eastern Catholic Re-Evangelization Center). 284 pages. Available in PDF format (on this page) at the Saint Thomas Chaldean Catholic Church, and at Scribd.com.
  • Catholic Apologetics Guide 101: Scriptural Reference for Catholic Apologetics, by Godwin Delali Adadzie or GADEL (Ghana: Sts. Peter and Paul Catechism Ministry, 2007-2009). Available in PDF format on this page of the Saint Patrick’s Basilica ebooks library; on this page of Stay Catholic. Also available at Scribd (linked by this page of Are Catholic Christian?); at WattPad; at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive (3 February 2015 snapshot of the defunct Sts. Peter and Paul Catechism Ministry website, which has moved to Cathoolic); and on the old webpage of the Sts. Peter and Paul Catechism Ministry.
  • The Catholic Controversy, by Saint Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, translated by Rev. Henry Benedict Mackey, O.S.B.  (London: Burns and Oates, 1886). May be read online at Good Catholic Books. The 3rd revised and augmented edition, with an excellent translator’s preface (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers; London: Burns and Oates, 1909) (Library of St. Francis De Sales, volume III) is available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  • Catholic Controversy: a Reply to Dr. Littledale’s Plain Reasons, by Henry Ignatius Dudley Ryder, 1837-1907 (London: Burns and Oates, 1881). Available on Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). The 1889 edition (London: Burns & Oates; New York: Benziger Brothers, 1889) is available on Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: National Institute for Newman Studies; Book contributor: Saint Mary’s College of California).
  • The Catholic Doctrine of the Eucharist: demonstrably proved from Scripture, from Tradition, and from the writings of some of the most eminent Catholic and Protestant authors who have treated on the subject; in sixteen letters, with notes and appendices, addressed to the Lord Bishop of Exeter; and dedicated by permission to His Imperial and Royal Majesty the Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, Bohemia, etc., by M.D. Talbot (London: T. Jones, 1844). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Catholic Understanding of Justification, Sanctification, and Grace Compared with the Protestant, by Msgr. Lawrence Moran and Ronald J. Eldred. 98 pages. Available in PDF format through this page of Reasons to Believe: Catholic Apologetics.
  • The Chief Points of Difference between the Catholic and Protestant Creeds, by Rev. F. Laun (New York: Joseph F. Wagner, 1915). With Imprimatur. May be read online or downloaded in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Faith of Catholics: On Certain Points of Controversy, Confirmed by Scripture, and Attested by the Fathers of the Five First Centuries of the Church, Volume 1, 3rd enlarged edition, compiled by Revs. Joseph Berington and John Kirk, revised and recast by the Rev. James Waterworth, with Preface, corrections, and additions by the Right Rev. Monsignor Thomas John Capel (Ratisbon, Rome, New York, Cincinnati: Frederick Pustet & Co., 1909). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive. The 2nd edition (1885) is available at Internet Archive.
  • The Faith of Catholics: On Certain Points of Controversy, Confirmed by Scripture, and Attested by the Fathers of the Five First Centuries of the Church, Volume 2, 5th revised and enlarged edition, compiled by Revs. Joseph Berington and John Kirk, revised and recast by the Rev. James Waterworth, with Preface, corrections, and additions by the Right Rev. Monsignor Thomas John Capel (Ratisbon, Rome, New York, Cincinnati: Frederick Pustet & Co., [1910]). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive. The 2nd edition (1884) is available at Internet Archive.
  • The Faith of Catholics: On Certain Points of Controversy, Confirmed by Scripture, and Attested by the Fathers of the Five First Centuries of the Church, Volume 3, 5th revised and enlarged edition, compiled by Revs. Joseph Berington and John Kirk, revised and recast by the Rev. James Waterworth, with Preface, corrections, and additions by the Right Rev. Monsignor Thomas John Capel (Ratisbon, Rome, New York, Cincinnati: Frederick Pustet & Co., [1910]). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive. The 2nd edition (1884) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Path which Led a Protestant Lawyer to the Catholic Church, by Peter H. Burnet (New York, London: D. Appleton and Company, 1860). May be read online, and available in pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, djvu, txt, and Daisy formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd (inferior) copy at Open Library and Internet Archive; and at Hathi Trust Digital Library. Another edition (New York, Benziger Brothers, 1871 [c1859]) is available at Hathi Trust Digital Library. [N.B., This work provides a proof of the Catholic Faith using the method of legal investigation. The summary by the New York Times (10 March 1860) states that the author “resolved… to pursue the investigation [of Catholic and Protestant claims] for himself, which he did for about a year and a half, the result being his full conversion to the Roman Catholic faith.”] [N.B.2, In indexing this work, we do not endorse the author’s problematic views on secular matters.]

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