See this worth-it ebook:

  • Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization, by Professor Ralph Martin, S.T.D. [Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Archdiocese of Detroit] (Grand Rapids: Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2012). The ebook and/or the printed book may be purchased at Verbum and Amazon.

See also these related free or online texts/ebooks and media:

  • “Balthasar and Salvation: What Does He Really Teach?”, by Ralph Martin, Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol 21, no. 2 (2014): pp. 1-29. Available in pdf format on this page of Renewal Ministries.
  • A Critical Examination of Key Claims Karl Rahner Makes About His Thesis of the Anonymous Christian, by Brantly C. Millegan (2015). School of Divinity Master’s Theses and Projects. 10. Available in pdf format on this page at University of St. Thomas Research Online.
  • Eschatology; or, The Catholic Doctrine of the Last Things: A Dogmatic Treatise, by Joseph Pohle, translated by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1918, c1917). With Imprimatur. Volume XII of Fr. Pohle’s Dogmatic Theology series. Available on multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  •  “Fewness [of those saved]: One Hundred and One Texts”. A collection of quotes from the Sacred Scriptures and the Saints. May be read online on this page of Saints’ Quotes.
  • “Hell and Hope for Salvation”, by Germain Grisez and Peter F. Ryan, S.J., New Blackfriars, Volume 95, Issue 1059 (September 2014): pp. 606-615. May be read online on this page and available in pdf format on this page of Wiley Online Library. Available in pdf format on this page through this page of The Way of the Lord Jesus, which states:
    • “This article is copyright © 2014 The Dominican Council and the authors; published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. under a Creative Commons Attribution license (see; provided this entire paragraph is included, anyone may without payment freely copy, distribute, transmit, adapt, and commercially or non-commercially use this article.”
  • “The Little Number of Those Who Are Saved” (Homily), by St. Leonard of Port Maurice.
  • “Of the Small Number of Those that are Saved”, by Jean Croiset, May be read online on this page of Endeavoring Catholic Perfection, and at Wikisource. A different translation with Early Modern orthography may be read on pages 159175 of A Spiritual Retreat for One Day in Every Month (1698?), the microfilm copy of which is available in pdf, epub, mobi, and other formats at Internet Archive.

On the Feast of Pope St. Anastasius I. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

O radix Jesse qui stas in signum populórum, super quem continébunt reges os suum, quem gentes deprecabúntur: veni ad liberándum nos, jam noli tardáre. (Text from Divinum Officium)