See this worth-it book:
- A Church in Crisis: Pathways Forward, by Dr. Ralph Martin (Steubenville, Ohio: Emmaus Road, 2000). The printed book may be purchased on this page of the Store at Renewal Ministries; and the ebook and printed book may be purchased on this page of St. Paul Center. [Note: The Project receives no commission or other revenue from indexing worth-it books.] See also the reviews and interviews indexed on this page of St. Paul Center.
See also these related ebooks and texts:
- “Bishop Schneider Speaks: A Church in Crisis”, by Bishop Athanasius Schneider. Address/lecture delivered at the Catholic Identity Conference 2017 (October 2017). With an introduction by Michael J. Matt. The video of the address may be viewed on this page of Gloria TV; on this page of the Youtube channel of José Martí (linked from this page of Catholicism Pure & Simple); at the Remnant Video Youtube channel; and at the 3 Days of Darkness Youtube channel. [N.B., Some of the other videos in the last channel may require correction with the hermeneutic of reform and continuity propounded by Pope Benedict XVI; hence, persons with insufficient theological formation are counseled to avoid them.]
- 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; Philip Trower, 2014). It may be read online (version 7 January 2014) on this page though the page of Philip Trower at Christendom Awake.
- Christus Vincit: Christ’s Triumph Over the Darkness of the Age, by Bishop Athanasius Schneider, in conversation with Diane Montagna (Brooklyn, NY: Angelico Press, 2019). May be purchased on this page of Angelico Press, at Amazon, and at Barnes & Noble. May be read for free by Kindle Unlimited members.
- The Church Learned and the Revolt of the Scholars, by Philip Trower (St. Paul, MN: The Wanderer Press, 1979). May be read online through this page of Catholic Culture; and at Christendom Awake through its Philip Trower Home Page (Copyright © Estate of Philip Trower 1979, 2019; Version: 5th March 2019): Chapter I, The First Modernism; Chapter II, The Roots of Modernist Unbelief; Chapter III, Neo-Modernism: An Underground Plague; Chapter IV, Existentialism – The Ugly Intruder; Chapter V, The Essence of Our Present Day’s Tragedy; and Conclusion, The New Religion.
- Draft of a Dogmatic Constitution [on] Defending Intact the Deposit of Faith, by the Preparatory Theological Commission for the Second Vatican Council, translated by Fr. Joseph A. Komonchak (2012). Available in pdf format (on this page) at In Verbo Veritatis.
- “How Far is Too Far? Newman and Development of Doctrine”, lecture by Deacon Stephen Morgan, Dean of the Faculty of Religious Studies at the University of St Joseph (Macau). Posted 01 July 2019 on the Youtube channel Centre for Catholic Formation.
- The Power of Truth: The Challenges of Catholic Doctrine and Morals Today, by Gerhard Ludwig Cardinal Müller (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2019). The paperback is available on this page of Ignatius Press and on this page of Leaflet Missals. The Nook book and paperback is available at Barnes & Noble. The Kindle ebook and paperback are available at Amazon.
- [Reflections on Questions of Present Importance in the Life of the Church], by Gerhard Ludwig Cardinal Müller. Available in 5 parts at First Things: “What Does It Mean to Say ‘I Absolve You’?” (December 15, 2017); “By What Authority? On the Teaching Office of the Pope” (January 16, 2018); “Development, or Corruption?” (February 20, 2018); “Is There a Saving Truth? The Salvific Relevance of the Rule of Faith” (March 13, 2018); “Who May Receive Communion?” (April. 20, 2018).
- “Resistance and Fidelity to the Church in Times of Crisis”, by Professor Roberto de Mattei. From a conference given in Florence, October 2, 2016. May be read online on this page of Rorate Coeli (linked to by The Parish of Blessed John henry Newman) and at The Poor Knights of Christ in Ireland and the UK.
- Topics on Tradition, by Fr. Chad A. Ripperger Ph.D. (Sensus Traditionis Press, 2013). The paperback may be purchased at Amazon, Book Depository, Barnes & Noble, and AbeBooks. The ebook may be purchased on this page of Sensus Traditionis Press, and at Amazon (whence it may be read for free by persons with a Kindle Unlimited account).
- 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.”)
- 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.
On the Feast of Pope St. Pius V in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. 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.
“The age in which Pius V lived was actually very different from our own, yet there are certain unusual similarities. Both historical periods saw the consolidation of converging religious energies, and at the same time registered deep crises in society with clashes between cities and peoples that sometimes developed into grievous armed conflicts. In both epochs the Church strove to find new ways to revive the faith and present it appropriately in the changed cultural and social conditions, with the celebration of the Council of Trent then, and in the last century with the Second Vatican Council. The Councils were followed by efforts to implement the teachings faithfully – no easy task – by initiating processes of authentic Church reform…” (Saint John Paul the Great, Message for the Centenary of the Birth of St. Pius V)