Titles F – M

The following is a sub-index of faithful Catholic Christian eBooks with titles from 0-9 and A-E that are available online for reading or downloading, legally and for free, either because they are now in the public domain or because they were uploaded or published online by their lawful copyright holders. The other sub-indexes are:

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F

  1. The Fairest Flower of Paradise: Considerations on the Litany of the Blessed Virgin, Enriched with Examples Drawn from the Lives of the Saints, by Very Rev. Alexis M. Lépicier, O.S.M. (London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1922). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf format (on this page) at Saints’ Books. May be read online, and available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, text, etc.) at Internet Archive and Internet Archive (2nd copy).
  2. Faith & Politics: Vatican II and [the] Basics of Catholic Citizenships, by Fr. Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P. (June 7, 2012). 17 pages. Available in PDF format at the website of the Blessed Sacrament Parish, Seattle, USA.
  3. The Faith of Catholics, Confirmed by Scripture, and Attested by the Fathers of the Five First Centuries of the Church, compiled by Revs. Joseph Berington and John Kirk (1813). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The 2nd edition (London: Joseph Booker, 1830) is available at Internet ArchiveOpen Library, and Google Books, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B., Later expanded into a 3-volume text by Rev. Waterworth and revised by Monsignor Capel, indexed in the following entries.]
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. The Faith of Our Fathers; Being a Plain Exposition and Vindication of the Church Founded by Our Lord Jesus Christ, by James Cardinal Gibbons. The 93rd carefully revised and enlarged edition (Baltimore, New York: John Murphy Company; London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow: R. & T. Washbourne, 1917) is available in multiple formats (pdf, mobi/kindle, epub, etc.) at Project Gutenberg , Internet Archive, and ManyBooks; and is also available in pdf format at Loyal Books and Scribd. The 110th edition (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1917) is available at Internet Archive. The 91st edition (Baltimore, New York: John Murphy Company; London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow: R. & T. Washbourne, 1917) is available at Internet Archive and Forgotten Books. The 58th edition (Baltimore, New York: John Murphy Company; London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1902) is available at Hathitrust Digital Library. The 38th edition (Baltimore, New York: John Murphy & Co.; London: R. Washbourne, 1891) is available at Google Books. The 34th edition (Baltimore: John Murphy Company; London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1889) is available at Internet Archive. An edition published by Saint Benedict Press (Charlotte, NC: TAN Books) may be purchased at TAN Books and at Google Books.
  8. Faith: Questions and Answers about the Catholic Faith, by John V. McGuire, C.Ss.R (New Haven, CT: Catholic Information Service, 1980, 1999). Available in PDF format at the Knights of Columbus.
  9. Faith-based Mediation? Sant’ Egidio’s peace efforts in Mozambique andAlgeria (Master Thesis), by Nikolai Hegertun (Universitetet i Oslo, May 2010). 125 pages. Available in PDF format at Universitet i Oslo.
  10. Familiar Explanation of Christian Doctrine, by Rev. Michael Müller, C.SS.R. (Adapted for the Family and More Advanced Students in Catholic Schools and Colleges. with the Approbation of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith) No. III. (New York: Benziger Brothers, 1876). With Imrimatur. May be read on Catholic Apologetics Information. [NB: Please read other texts on the website with prayerful caution. While Catholic Apologetics Information contains much that is extremely valuable, it has an extremely negative view of the Second Vatican Council that must be corrected in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s hermeneutics of continuity.]
  11. “Familiaris Consortio”: Apostolic Exhortation on the Role of the Christian Family in the Modern World, by Pope St. John Paul II (22 November 1981).May be read online (on this page) of the Holy See, and on this page of CBCP for Life.
  12. Father John Spratt: Beloved of Dublin’s Poor, by Peter O’Dwyer, O.Carm. (1971). May be read online (on this page) at the Irish Province of the Order of Carmelites.
  13. Father Maturin, a Memoir, with selected letters, by Maisie Ward (London, New York, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras: Longmans, Green and Co., 1920). [Link(s) deleted motu proprio due to copyright concerns, as it was learned that the author passed away only in 1975.]
  14. Feminism and the Catholic Faith, by Donna Steichen (Surrey: Association of Catholic Women, 1992, repr. 2006). 32 pages. Available in PDF format on this page of Christendom Awake.
  15. From Fetters to Freedom: Trials and Triumphs of Irish Faith, by the Rev. Robert Kane, S.J. (New York, London, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras: Longmans, Green and Co., 1915). Available in various format (pdf, mobi/kindle, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive; and also available at Forgotten Books.
  16. A Few First Principles of Religious Life: A Spiritual Instruction to Religious Men and Women, by H. Reginald Buckler (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1902). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  17. Fides et Ratio“: Encyclical Letter on the Relationship between Faith and Reason, by Pope St. John Paul II (14 September 1998). May be read online (on this page) at the Holy See, and on this page of the University of Notre Dame; and available in PDF format (on this page) at Catholic Pages. [Various reflections on the encyclical are available at EWTN Library. A summary of the encyclical by John E. Fagan may be read at the Catholic Education Resource Center. The Pope’s own own synopsis of the encyclical may be read at the Athenaeum of OhioProfessor Alfred J. Freddoso of the University of Notre Dame provided study notes with excerpts.]
  18. Fifty reasons why the Roman Catholic religion ought to be preferred to all others : by which His Most Serene Highness Anthony Ulrick, Duke of Brunswick and Lunenburg, was induced to abjure Lutheranism : to which are added, three valuable papers, etc., etc., etc., by Anton Ulrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, 1633-1714. On Apologetics, Dogma. May be read online or downloaded in multiple formats at at Internet Archive. [NB: This is still on my Doctrinal Rechecking list, because Internet Archive’s author list mentions Fenelon. But I’ve seen no heterodoxy so far.]
  19. FILIOQUE: A Response to Eastern Orthodox Concerns, by Mark J. Bonocore. May be read online on this page and available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Bridge. [N.B., This tract/article, which reaches 50 pages in PDF, is a thorough explanation of the authentic Christian teaching on the “Filioque” and why it poses no barrier to the reunion of separated Eastern churches with the Catholic Church.]
  20. Final Document of the 1st International Meeting of Pastoral Care for the Liberation of Women of the Street, by the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of the Migrants and Itinerant People, 20-21 June 2005. May be read online on this page of the Holy See. [This document contains conclusions and recommendations on prostitution and on human trafficking for sexual exploitation.]
  21. The First Principles of Knowledge, by John Rickaby, S.J. (1889). Available at Jacques Maritain Center.
  22. Five Books of S. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, Against Heresies, translated by John Keble, with the Fragments that Remain of His Other Works (Oxford, London: James Parker & Co.; London, Oxford, Cambridge: Rivingtons, 1872). With a Preface by P.E. Pusey. Volume 42 of A Library of the Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church, Anterior to the Division of the East and the West, translated by Members of the English Church. May be read online, and available in multiple formats (pdf, epub, text, kindle/mobi, etc.), atInternet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and 3rd (incomplete) copy, which begins only on page 6, at Internet Archive. May be read online, and available in PDF format, at Hathi Trust Digital Library. [Our further notes may be found on this post.]
  23. Flawed Expectations: The Reception of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, by Monsignor Michael J. Wrenn and Kenneth D. Whitehead (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996). May be read online at Christendom Awake (The webpage states: “This above book has been discontinued by Ignatius Press and is being reproduced with the permission of Ignatius Press and the copyright holders.”)
  24. In Flüchtlingen und Gewaltsam Vertriebenen Christus aufnehmen: Richtlinien für eine Seelsorge, des Päpstlicher Rat der Seelsorge für Migranten und Menschen unterwegs, und Päpstlicher Rat “Cor Unum” (Vatikanstadt, 2013). Verfügbar im pdf-Format am Heiligen Stuhl.
  25. The Foot of the Cross, or, The Sorrows of Mary, by Frederick William Faber (London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1858). Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archiveand Open Library. Another edition (Baltimore: Murphy & Co., 1864) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  26. Ford Foundation: Founder of Modern Population Control (White Paper Number Four), by Martin Morse Wooster (New York: International Organizations Research Group, 2004). Available in PDF format at Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM).
  27. The Forgiveness of Sins, by Peter Kreeft, general editor Father John A. Farren, O.P. (New Haven, CT: Catholic Information Service-Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, 2001). With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format (on this page) at the Catholic Information ServiceKnights of Columbus Supreme Council.
  28. Formando La Conciencia Para Ser Ciudadanos Fieles: Llamado de los obispos católicos de Estados Unidos a la responsabilidad política, con Nota introductoria (Washington, DC: Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos, 2011). Disponible en Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos.
  29. Forming Consciences For Faithful Citizenship: A Call to Political Responsibility from the Catholic Bishops of the United States, with Introductory Note (Washington, DC: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2011). Available at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
  30. “Forty Years Later: Arguments in Support of Humanae Vitae in Light of Veritatis Splendor”, by Professor William F. (Bill) Murphy, Jr., Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol. 14, No. 2 2007: pp. 122-167. Available in pdf format on this page of the Pontifical College Josephinum and at ReligionDocBox.

  31. Forward! Into the Breach! A Compendium Workbook to ‘Into the Breach’, by Anthony J. Castellano (May 9, 2016) is available in pdf format at on this page (linked by Catholic Men’s Ministry) and on this page at Forward into the Breach.
  32. The Four Books of Sentences, by Master Peter Lombard, Archbishop of Paris, c.1100-c.1161 AD. Available at Franciscan Archive (index of Peter Lombard’s works): Latin-English texts of Book I, Book II (incomplete), and Book IV, Distinction 1 (incomplete).
  33. The Four Cardinal Virtues, Prudence Justice Fortitude Temperance, by Josef Pieper (Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1955). [LINK DELETED motu proprio DUE TO COPYRIGHT CONCERNS.]
  34. Four Discourses Against the Arians, by St. Athanasius of Alexandria (296-373 AD). May be read online on this page of New Advent. [These discourses provide a detailed exposition of the authentic doctrine of the Incarnation of Christ our Lord, and a systematic refutation of objections to that doctrine.]
  35. The Fourfold Sovereignty of God, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns, Oates, 1871). Available at Internet Archive. [N.B., According to Cardinal Manning foreword, this is intended to complete the subject of the lectures on the Four Great Evils of the Day.]
  36. The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell and Heaven, by Father Martin von Cochem, O.S.F.C. ([New York]: Benziger Brothers, 1899). With Imprimatur. Available at Catholic Tradition. [NB: Please approach other materials on the website with caution, as some have an extremely negative view of the Second Vatican Council, which must be corrected in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s hermeneutic of continuity.]
  37. Four Great Evils of the Day, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns, Oates, and Co., 1871). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B. Lectures on “The Revolt of the Intellect against God”, “The Revolt of the Will against God”, “The Revolt of Society from God”, and “Spirit of Antichrist”].
  38. “Four Myths about the Crusades” [article], by Paul F. Crawford, The Intercollegiate Review p. 13-22 (Spring 2011). Available in PDF format on this page of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.
  39. Four Years in France (or, Narrative of an English Family’s Residence there during that Period; Preceded by some Account of the Conversion of the Author to the Catholic Faith), by Henry Digby Beste (London: Henry Colburn, 1826). Available at Textual.net and Project Gutenberg.
  40. Four-Square; or, The Cardinal Virtues: Addresses to Young Men, by Joseph Rickaby, S.J. (New York: Joseph F. Wagner, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive  and Open Library.
  41. The Framework of the Christian State: An Introduction to Social Science, by Fr. Edward J. Cahill, S.J. (Dublin: M.H. Gill and Son). With 1932 Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page and may be downloaded from Scribd. [N.B.1, Please exercise prayerful caution from reading this book. It appears orthodox; but it has some opinions specific to the historical situation when it was written that are irrelevant and dangerous today. See the brief review by Brian K. O’Neel on the Catholic Social Science Review.] [N.B.2, It appears that under Irish and UK law this text is already in the public domain, as Fr. Cahill passed away in 1941. Please check the law of your country as well.]
  42. Francis of Assisi and Bonaventure’s Theology of the Cross, by Noel Muscat, OFM. Available in PDF format (here) at the Five Franciscan Martyrs Region of the Secular Franciscan Order.
  43. “Fraternal Correction, a Help along the Path to Holiness”, by Juan Alonso (July 2010). Available in PDF format  (through this page) at Saint Josemaria Escriva.
  44. The Freedom of Science, by Joseph Donat (New York: J. F. Wagner, 1913). With Imprimatur. Available on Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). According to Open Library, it has the following sections: The freedom of science and its philosophical basis; Freedom of research and faith; The liberal freedom of research; Freedom of teaching; Theology.
  45. “The Freedom of the Church”, by Richard W. Garnett, Journal of Catholic Social Thought, Vol. 4 (2007). Notre Dame Legal Studies Paper No. 06-12. Available in PDF format at the Social Science Research Network.
  46. “The Freedom of the Church and the Taming of Leviathan: The Christian Revolution, Dignitatis Humanae, and Western Liberty”, by Kenneth L. Grasso, The Catholic Social Science Review, Vol. 17 (2012): 221–240. Available in PDF format on this page of the The Catholic Social Science Review Online.
  47. The Friar Preacher: Yesterday and Today, by Father Jacquin, O.P., translated by Father Hugh Pope, O.P. (London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow: R. & T. Washbourne, 1915). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  48. Friends Forever: St. Augustine, Friendship, and Catholic Evangelism, by Brother André Marie, M.I.C.M. Available in PDF format at Catholicism.org. [N.B., The canonical and doctrinal status of the association behind the website remains uncertain. Please exercise prayerful caution in reading the other texts thereon.]
  49. Friends of God, homilies by Saint Josemaria Escriva. May be read online on this page of Josemaria Escriva Works (© Studium Foundation). [Contains the following homilies: The Richness of Ordinary Life; Freedom, a gift from God; Time is a Treasure; Working for God; Human Virtues;Humility; Detachment; In the Footsteps of Christ; Getting to know God;Open to God and Men; For They Shall See God; Living by Faith; The Christian’s Hope; The Strength of Love; A Life of Prayer; That All May Be Saved; Mother of God and Our Mother; and Towards Holiness.]
  50. “From Monasteries to Multinationals (and Back): A Historical Review of the Beer Economy”, by Eline Poelmans and Johan F.M. Swinnen (2011). LICOS Discussion Paper No. 294/2011, under the auspices of the LICOS Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Available in PDF format at the KU Leuven Association and through the Social Science Research Network.
  51. “From Muslim to Catholic”, by Michael A. (name withheld for protection). Available in PDF format (on this page) at Defenders of the Catholic Faith.
  52. From Tarsus to Rome: the story of the first Christian hierarchy, by Herman Joseph Heuser (London, New York: Longmans, Green and co.1929). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive [microform] and may be read at Onread.com. [NB, the Onread.com copy has many proofreading errors.]
  53. The Frontiers of Poetry, by Jacques Maritain. May be read online at the online on this page of the Jacques Maritain Center (“Copyright by the University of Notre Dame”).
  54. A Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion, Preceded by a Short History of Revealed Religion, from the Creation to the Present Time, 6th American edition, with questions for examination, by Rev. Joseph Deharbe, S.J., translated by Rev. John Fander, revised, enlarged, and edited by the Right Rev. P.N. Lynch, D.D. (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1889). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive. The 11th American edition (1889) is available at Internet Archive.
  55. The Fundamental Fallacy of Socialism: an Essay on the Question of Landownership, Comprising an Authentic Account of the Famous McGlynn Case, edited by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo.; Freiburg (Baden): B. Herder, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library
  56. The Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma, by Dr. Ludwig Ott. May be read online at Catechetics Online. [N.B., The digitizing of the work still in progress; as of 13 March 2012 the text had been completed up to a part of Book III, Part 1, “The Doctrine of the Person of the Redeemer”]
  57. The Fundamentals of Gregorian Chant: a simple exposition of the Solesmes principles founded mainly on Le nombre musical grégorien of André Mocquereau, Lura F. Heckenlively (Tournai: Society of St. John Evangelist, Desclée & Co., 1900). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  58. The Fundamentals of the Religious Life, by “O”, a Member of the Society of Jesus, translated by Rev. John Peter M. Schleuter, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1913). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  59. The Future Life: According to the Authority of Divine Revelation, the Dictates of Sound Reason, the General Consent of Mankind, by Joseph Casimir Sasia, 1843-1928 (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger brothers, 1918). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  60. “The Future of Christianity in Latin America”, by Daniel H. Levine (August 2007). Working Paper #340. 43 pages. Available in PDF format at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. [This article discusses the demographic changes in Latin America, especially the defection of Catholic Christians to Protestant heresies.]

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  1. “G.E.M. Anscombe and Thomas Aquinas on Necessity and Contradiction in Temporal Events”, by Stephen L. Brock, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome. 23 pages. Available in pdf format on this page of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross.
  2. “Galileo: Victim or Villain?” by Jason Winschel, The Angelus (2003), pp. 9-15, 34-39. 13 pages. Available in PDF format at the Society of St. Pius X. [Caution: While this particular text is useful, please avoid reading other texts on the website, which appears to espouse an invalid hermeneutic of discontinuity on the Second Vatican Council.]
  3. Galileo and His Condemnation, by Ernest R. Hull (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1913). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  4. Garcia Moreno: Presidente de la Republica del Ecuador, Vengador y Martir del Derecho Cristiano, por el R.P.A. Berthe, traducida por D. Francisco Navarro Villoslada (Paris: Victor Retaux e Hijo, 1892). El Tomo 1ero esta disponible en Internet Archive y Open Library. El Tomo 2do esta disponible en Internet Archive.
  5. Garment of Grace: Why Do We Wear the Scapular? (Pamphlet). Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  6. Gaudete in Domino: Apostolic Exhortation on Christian Joy, by Pope Paul VI (May 9, 1975). May be read online on this page of the website of the Holy See; and may be read online on this page of Papal Encylicals.net.
  7. Gaudete in Domino: Exhortation Apostolique sur la Joie Chretienne, du Pape Paul VI (19 mai 1975). Peut-on lire sur cette page de la Bibliothèque de l’Abbaye Saint Benoit de Port-Valais. [N.B., Peut être une traduction non officielle]
  8. Gaudium et spes and the Importance of Political Philosophy”, by John Hittinger, Josephinum Journal of Theology, Volume 20, Issue 2 (Summer/Fall 2013): p. 279-306. Available in pdf format on this page of the Pontifical College Josephinum.
  9. General Catechetical Directory, by the Sacred Congregation for the Clergy (11 April 1971). May be read online at the Holy See. Some excerpts are provided on this page. The Text of the Addendum on the First Reception of the Sacraments of Penance and the Eucharist may be read online at Catholic Culture.
  10. General Catholic Devotions, Compiled by Rev. Bonaventure Hammer, O.F.M. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1909). With Imprimatur. Available on Project Gutenberg.
  11. General Directory for Catechesis, by the Congregation for the Clergy (11 August 1997). May be read online at the Holy See.
  12. A General History of the Christian Era: For CatholicColleges and Reading Circles and for Self-Instruction, Volume I. The Papacy and the Empire, by Anthony Guggenberger, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1900). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The 4th edition (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1907) with Nihil Obstat is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  13. A General History of the Christian Era: For CatholicColleges and Reading Circles and for Self-Instruction, Volume II. The Protestant Revolution, Third Edition, by Anthony Guggenberger, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1906). With Nihil Obstat. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  14. A General History of the Christian Era: For CatholicColleges and Reading Circles and for Self-Instruction, Volume III. The Social Revolution, by Anthony Guggenberger, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1913). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The 3rd edition (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1913) with Nihil Obstat is available at Internet Archive.
  15. General Instruction of the Roman Missal (U.S. Adaptation), confirmed by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in 2010. (Copyright United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2011). Washington, DC. May be read online on this page of the Holy See and at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (with thanks to commenter Mike for the link.)
  16. General Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, by Francis Ernest Charles Gigot (New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Benziger Brothers, 1900). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  17. The Genesis of Science: How the Christian Middle Ages Launched the Scientific Revolution (US title); or God’s Philosophers: How the Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science (UK title), by James Hannam (Regnery Publishing, 2011). Chapters 2 and 3 may be read online at book2look. A review/summary may be read at Quodlibeta.
  18. The Genius of the Roman Rite, by Edmund Bishop (Strand, W.C.: Weekly Register Offices, 1899). Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive, which describes it as “Being a Paper Read at the Meeting of the Historical Research Society at Archbishop’s House, Westminster, on May 8th, 1899”. [See also the posts “Noble Simplicity and the Liturgiologist Edmund Bishop” and “The Life and Death of Edmund Bishop, English Liturgiologist: An Account by His Contemporary, Dom Hugh Connolly, OSB” at the New Liturgical Movement.]
  19. Genocide against Christians in the Middle East: A Report Submitted to Secretary of State John Kerry by the Knights of Columbus and In Defense of Christians (March 9, 2016). 278 pages. Available in PDF format (on this page) at Stop the Christian Genocide.org.
  20. George Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary, 1859 edition: A Catholic Bible commentary compiled by the late Rev. Fr. George Leo Haydock, following the Douay-Rheims Bible. May be read online at Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary, 1859 edition. [N.B. This is the best copy, and contains the text of Scripture together with the commentary along with cross-references to other passages.] Through this page of the same website the following may be downloaded: The 1859 Haydock Bible Commentary (epub format); The 1859 Haydock Bible Commentary (mobi format); The 1859 Haydock Old Testament Commentary (rtf format); and The 1859 Haydock New Testament Commentary (rtf format). The work also be read online (on this page) at e-Catholic 2000; and at StudyLight.org. The following may also be downloaded (through this page) at the St. Isidore e-book library: The 1859 Haydock Bible Commentary in epub format; The 1859 Haydock Old Testament Commentary in pdf format; and The 1859 Haydock New Testament Commentary in pdf format;
  21. Geschichte des katholischen Kirchenliedes: von seinen ersten Anfängen bis auf die Gegenwart, by Karl August Beck (Cologne: M. DuMont-Schauberg, 1878). From microfilm. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive
  22. Gilbert Keith Chesterton, by Maisie Ward [Sheed] (Sheed & Ward, 1943). [Link(s) deleted motu proprio due to copyright concerns, as it was learned that the author passed away only in 1975.]
  23. Gilbert Keith Chesterton: 87 Poems (PoemHunter.com, 2012). Available in PDF format on this page, and may be read online at PoemHunter.com.
  24. Global Governance: Our Responsibility to Make Globalisation an Opportunity for All: A Report to the Bishops of COMECE, by the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community (2001). Available in PDF format at the World Bank, and linked to by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs.
  25. The Global Quest for Tranquillitas Ordinis: Pacem in Terris, Fifty Years Later (Eighteenth Plenary Session 27 April – 1 May 2012, Acta 18), edited by Mary Ann Glendon and Russell Hittinger (Vatican City: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 2013). 649 pages. Available in PDF format (though this page) at the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
  26. The Glories of Divine Grace: a free rendering of the original treatise of P. Eusebius Nieremberg, S. J, by Matthias Joseph Scheeben, translated from the fourth revised German edition by a Benedictine Monk of St. Meinrad’s Abbey, Ind., with the consent of the author and the permission of the superior (New York, Cincinnati, St. Louis: Benziger Brothers; London: R. Washbourne; Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son, 1886). With Imprimatur for the original and approbation for the translation. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  27. The Glories of Mary, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  28. Glories of the Catholic Church in Art, Architecture and History; comprising 256 superb photographic views, with graphic commentary, legend and description, by eminent Catholic writers, edited by Maurice Francis Egan (Chicago: D.H. McBride, 1895). Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: St. Joseph’s College, New York; Book contributor: St. Joseph’s College, McEntegart Hall Library).
  29. The Glories of the Sacred Heart, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Oates, 1876). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  30. Of God and His Creatures: An Annotated Translation (With some Abridgement) of the Summa Contra Gentiles of Saint Tho[ma]s Aquinas, by Joseph Rickaby (London: Burns and Oates, 1905). Available on Jacques Maritain Center.
  31. “God and the Profits: Is There Religious Liberty for Money-Makers?”, by Mark Rienzi, George Mason Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Fall 2013). Catholic University of America—Columbus School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2013-7. Available in PDF format  (on this page) at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, on this page of the CUA Law Scholarship Repository, and through the Social Science Research Network. A brief excerpt, “God and the Profits: Religious Liberty for Money-Makers” may be read online at Public Discourse.
  32. God, Be in My Sport: A Prayerbook for Sports, by Play Like a Champion Today (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame). Available in pdf format on this page of the Niagara Catholic Athletic Association and at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine (24 August 2015 snapshot of the page linked by Catholic Link); and may be read online at Yumpu. [N.B., The text says: “This publication is copyrighted by Play Like a Champion Today of the University of Notre Dame. Please do not reproduce these prayers without the permission of the Program.”]
  33. God, Man and Religion: being part I of a short apologetic series, by Ernest R. Hull, S.J. (Bombay: Examiner Press; New York: P.J. Kenedy & Sons; etc., 1914). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library
  34. On God’s Existence, by St. Anselm (excerpts of his Proslogium); with How Someone Writing On Behalf Of The Fool Might Reply To All This, by Gaunilo, and Anselm’s Reply to Gaunilo. Available on this page of the Russian-language Medieval Philosophy Library.
  35. Goffine’s Devout Instructions on the Epistles and Gospels for the Sundays and Holydays; with the lives of many saints of God, explanations of Christian faith and duty and of church ceremonies, a method of hearing Mass, morning and evening prayers, and a description of the Holy Land, [by Rev. Leonard Goffine] with a Preface by James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1896). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  36. The Gospel According to Saint Matthew, with an Explanatory and Critical Commentary, by Anthony John Maas, S.J. (St. Louis: B. Herder, 1898). With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  37. Gospel Love Concerning the Rule of Saint Francis, by Unknown. Available in PDF format through this page of Capuchin Beginnings. [N.B., The introductory page states that it has been attributed to Giovanni Buralli da Parma or John of Parma, and that it may reflect the influence of the Spirituali. Please exercise caution on account of the latter; though I myself see nothing heterodox in the work, I submit to the judgment of the one true Church.]
  38. The Gospels for Lent and the Passion of Christ: Readings at Divine Service During the Forty Days of Lent with Short Meditations for the Faithful, by Carl Jacob Eisenring, translated by Charles Cannon (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1911). With Imprimatur. Available on Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Robarts Library of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Toronto).
  39. The Government of the Church in the First Century: an Essay on the Beginnings of the Christian Ministry, by William Moran (Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son, 1913). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  40. Grace: Commentary on the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas, Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. Dogmatic theology, Soteriology. May be read online on [LINK(S) REMOVED motu proprio PENDING COPYRIGHT CHECK]
  41. Grace Overflowing: A Consideration of Diaconal Spirituality in the Contexts of Marriage and Ordained Ministry [Dissertation], by Richard Douglas Shewman (Saint Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, May 2005). Available in PDF format on this page of the Diocese of Erie.
  42. A Grammar of Plainsong: in two parts, by the Benedictines of Stanbrook [Abbey] (London: Burns & Oates, Art & Book Co.; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1905). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  43. Grande Munus: Encyclical on Ss. Cyril and Methodius, by Pope Leo XIII  (September 30, 1880. May be read online atthe Holy See, at Papal Encyclicals.net, and at Catholic Culture.org.
  44. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: S. Matthew’s Gospel, Chaps. I. to IX, 3rd edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (London: John Hodges, 1887). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index; available in various formats at Internet Archive and Internet Archive (2nd copy). The 2nd edition (1876) is also available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, and may be read in TXT format at EWTN Library. The Divine Lamp reproduces individual portions of the work, including St. Matthew 7:15-21 and 9:9-13. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  45. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: S. Matthew’s Gospel, Chaps. X. to XXI, 3rd edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (London: John Hodges, 1889). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation, of which a 23-page free sample on St. Matthew chapter 16 is available in PDF format.]
  46. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: S. Matthew’s Gospel, Chaps. XXII to XXVIII, St. Mark’s Gospel, 3rd edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (London: John Hodges, 1891). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  47. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: S. Luke’s Gospel, 4th edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (Edinburgh: John Grant, 1908). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  48. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: St. John’s Gospel, Chapters I to XI, 3rd edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (Edinburgh: John Grant, 1908). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  49. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: St. John’s Gospel, Chapters XII to XXI and Epistles I, II and III, 4th edition, translated by Thomas W. Mossman, Assisted by Various Scholars (Edinburgh: John Grant, 1908). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  50. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: I Corinthians, translated and edited by W. F. Cobb, D.D., Assisted by Various Scholars (Edinburgh: John Grant, 1908). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  51. The Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide: II Corinthians and Galatians, translated and edited by W. F. Cobb, D.D., Assisted by Various Scholars (Edinburgh: John Grant, 1908). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. [N.B., Please read with prayerful CAUTION, as it requires adequate theological formation. According to Dim Bulb (Divine Lamp), the translation was done by Anglican Protestants and contains critical comments on Catholic teachings expounded by Father De Lapide and omits some of his passages. He adds that Loreto Publications has produced a Catholic translation.]
  52. The Great Encyclical Letters of Pope Leo XIII: Translations from Approved Sources, with Preface by Rev. John J. Wynne, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1903). With Imprimatur.
  53. The Greek Fathers, by Adrian Fortescue (London, Catholic Truth Society; St. Louis, MO: B. Herder, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats (epub, pdf, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive; and also available at HathiTrust Digital Library. The paperback is offered for sale on this page of Ignatius Press.
  54. Gregorian Chant for Church and School, by Sister Mary Antonine Goodchild, O.P. (Boston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, San Francisco, Toronto, London: Ginn and Company, 1914). With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format (144 pages) on this page of the Church Music Association of America.
  55. Gregorian Music: an outline of musical palæography illustrated by fac-similes of ancient manuscripts, by the Benedictines of Stanbrook [Abbey] (London; Leamington: Art and Book Company; New York: Benziger Brothers 1897). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  56. Großer katholischer Katechismus, mit einem Abrisse der Religionsgeschichte, für sämmtliche Bisthümer Bayerns, von Joseph Deharbe (Regensburg: Friedrich Pustet, 1853). Mit kirchlicher Zustimmung. Im Netz verfügbar unter die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Digital/ Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum Digitale Bibliothek und Google Books. Die Ausgabe 1858 ist erhältlich unter Google Books.
  57. The Grounds of Faith: Four Lectures delivered in St. George’s Church, Southwark [or, Manning’s Lectures on the Grounds of Faith], by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Lambert, 1852). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive. [Listed on the Table of Contents are: Revealed truth definite and certain; The church a historical witness; The church a divine witness; Rationalism the legitimate consequence of private judgment]
  58. The Grounds of the Catholick Doctrine: contained in the profession of faith, publish’d by Pope Pius the Fourth, by way of question and answer, by Richard Challoner (Preston, England: W. Stuart, 1775). Available on Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: National Institute for Newman Studies, Book contributor: Saint Mary’s College of California). [NB, Uses 18th century spelling.]
  59. The Groundwork of the Christian Virtues, seventh edition, by Archbishop [William Bernard] Ullathorne (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers). With an 1882 Dedication. Available in various formats at Internet Archive, and Open Library. Audiobook available at LibriVox.
  60. Guide for Catholic Young Women, Especially for Those Who Earn Their Own Living, 35th ed., revised, by the Rev. George Deshon (New York: The Columbus Press, 1910). May be read online, and available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, djvu, Daisy and txt formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The 29th edition (New York: Catholic Books Exchange, 1893) is available in at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  61. Guide to a Catholic Church: for non-Catholic visitors; in which the meaning of various objects of devotion is simply explained, and a short exposition given of the main points of Catholic belief, with the prayers of the chief services in Latin and English, by Fox, W. L., O’Gorman, R. A (London : R. & T. Washbourne ; New York : Benziger Bros, 1904). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Regis College Library, University of Toronto).
  62. Guidelines for Admission to the Eucharist between the Chaldean Church and the Assyrian Church of the East, by the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, July 20, 2001. Available at the Holy See.
  63. Guidelines for the Pastoral Care of the Road, by Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People, 24 May 2007, presented 19 June 2007. May be read on this page of Catholic Culture, and at the Holy See. With an excerpt on this page of L’Effort Camerounais.
  64. Guidelines for the Permanent Diaconate in the Catholic Church in Australia. Available in PDF format at the National Association of Deacons. [Par. 55 states that “These Guidelines were approved by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference at their meeting of November 2005, and will be reviewed after a period of five years.”]

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  1. Hail! Full of Grace: Simple Thoughts on the Rosary, by Mother Mary Loyola, edited by Father Thurston, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder; London, Edinburgh: Sands & Company, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  2. A Handbook of Church Music: a practical guide for all those having the charge of schools and choirs, and others who desire to restore plainsong to its proper place in the services of the Church, by F. Clement C. Egerton, with a preface by H.G. Worth (London: R. & T. Washbourne, c1909). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Faculty of Music Library, University of Toronto).
  3. A Handbook of Moral Theology, Volume I, by Antony Koch, adapted and edited by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo, London: B. Herder 1918). With Imprimatur. 1st of 5 volumes. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  4. A Handbook of Moral Theology, Volume I, 3rd, revised edition, based on the “Lehrbuch der Moraltheologie” of the late Antony Koch, by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo, London: B. Herder 1925). With Imprimatur. 1st of 5 volumes. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  5. A Handbook of Moral Theology, Volume II: Sin and the Means of Grace, 3rd, revised edition, based on the “Lehrbuch der Moraltheologie” of the late Antony Koch, by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo, London: B. Herder 1928). With Imprimatur. 2nd of 5 volumes. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and
  6. A Handbook of Moral Theology, Volume III: Man’s Duties to Himself, 3rd, revised edition, based on the “Lehrbuch der Moraltheologie” of the late Antony Koch, by Arthur Preuss (St. Louis, Mo, London: B. Herder 1926). With Imprimatur. 3rd of 5 volumes. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  7. A Handbook of Patrology, by Joseph Tiveront (St. Louis, Mo. : B. Herder, 1920). With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto).
  8. Handing on the Faith, by Rev. Fr. T. White (1964). Australian Catholic Truth Society No. 1423. May be read online and available in PDF format at Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets. Also available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  9. Hapis, isinulat nina Sr. Mary Anne S. Simplecio, MACE, at iba pa. May 34 na pahina. Matatagpuan bilang textong PDF sa pahinang ito ng Commission on Volunteer Catechists. [N.B., Ito ay mga pagninilay sa mga Misteryo ng Hapis ng Santo Rosaryo.]
  10. The Happiness of Heaven, 3rd edition, by Rev. F.J. Boudreaux, S.J. (London: Burns & Oates, 1881). Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive and may be read online at Google Books. An earlier edition (Baltimore, New York: John Murphy Company), with 1870 approbation, is also available at Internet Archive. An edition of the same work, its author stated to be a Father of the Society of Jesus (Baltimore: John Murphy & Company; New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1871), is available at Manybooks.net,  Internet Archive, and Project Gutenberg, and may be read online at Google BooksBible Hub, and Read Central. Yet another edition whose its author is stated to be a Father of the Society of Jesus (London: Burns & Oates) may be read online at Google Books.
  11. “Happy Are Those Who Are Called to His Supper”: On Preparing to Receive Christ Worthily in the Eucharist, by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, November 14, 2006. Available in PDF format on this page of theUnited States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
  12. Have We Kept the Faith to Ourselves?, by Frank Duff. Catholic Truth Society of Ireland No. Conv149a (1966). Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets.
  13. Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary, 1859 edition: A Catholic Bible commentary compiled by the late Rev. Fr. George Leo Haydock, following the Douay-Rheims Bible. May be read online at Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary, 1859 edition. Through this page of the same website may downloaded: the 1859 Haydock Bible Commentary (EPUB format); the 1859 Haydock Bible Commentary (MOBI format); the 1859 Haydock Old Testament Commentary (RTF format); and the 1859 Haydock New Testament Commentary (RTF format).
  14. Health & Holiness: a Study of the Relations Between Brother Ass, the Body, and his Rider, the Soul (London: Burns & Oates, [1905]). With Imprimatur dated 1905. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  15. “Health Care’s Ills: A Catholic Diagnosis”, by Angus Sibley, Linacre Quarterly, vol. 83, no. 4 (November 2016): pp. 402–422. Available at the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
  16. Heavenwards, by Mother Mary Loyola, edited by Father Thurston (New York: P. J. Kenedy, 1910). With Imprimatur. Spirituality, Prayer. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive. (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto).
  17. The Heliotropium (“Turning to Him”); or, Conformity of the Human Will to the Divine, from the Latin of Jeremias Drexelius [1531-1638], edited by Rev. Ferdinand E. Bogner (New York, Devin-Adair Co., 1917). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  18. Help Nearest when Need Greatest: a sermon preached in the Synod of Oscott on Sunday, July 11, 1852, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Lambert, 1852). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  19. “White Smoke, Valid Pope: A Heretic Pope Would Govern Illicitly—but Validly”, by Rev. Brian Harrison, O.S., This Rock, Volume 12, Number 3 (March 2001) May be read online (on this page) at Catholic Answers and at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine (12 September 2011 snapshot of Catholic Answers). This appears to be a modified version of the same author’s essay “A Heretical Pope Would Govern the Church Illicitly but Validly”, Living Tradition, No. 87, edited by  Msgr. John F. McCarthy and Rev. Brian W. Harrison, O.S. (May 2000), which may be read online at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine (13 June 2002 snapshot of Living Tradition) and at Biblia y Tradicion.
  20. Heretics, by G.K. Chesterton. Available in multiple formats at Manybooks. and Project Gutenberg. Audiobook available at LibriVox.org.
  21. ‘The “Hermeneutic of Continuity” and Twentieth-Century Legislation on Sacred Music’, by Philip Carl Smith, Antiphon 13.3 (2009): 247-263. Available in PDF format on this page of the Society for Catholic Liturgy.
  22. Hermitage in the Capuchin Tradition: A Proposal for a Capuchin Contemplative Community (1996). Available in PDF format through this page of Capuchin Beginnings. [The proposal is originally titled, A Capuchin Hermitage in the Province of Australia]
  23. The Hidden Treasure of the Holy Mass, by St. Leonard of Port Maurice. With Imprimatur (1890). May be read online at Catholic Tradition. [NB: Please approach other materials on the website with caution, as some have an extremely negative view of the Second Vatican Council, which must be corrected in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s hermeneutic of continuity.]
  24. Hierurgia; or, The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: With Notes and Dissertations Elucidating Its Doctrines and Ceremonies, and Numerous Illustrative Plates, &c. in Two Parts, by Daniel Rock, D.D. (London: Joseph Booker, 1833). Volume I is available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive; at Google Books; and in PDF format through this page of Sancta Missa. Volume II is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, and at Google Books.
  25. Hierugia; or Transubstantiation, Invocation of Saints, Relics, and Purgatory, besides Those Other Articles of Doctrine Set Forth in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Expounded, and the Use of Holy Water, Incense, and Images, the Ceremonies, Vestments, and Ritual Employed in its Celebration among the Latins, Greeks & Orientals; Illustrated from Paintings, Sculptures, and Inscriptions Found in the Roman Catacombs, or Belonging to the Earliest Ages of Faith, 2nd edition, with additions, by D. Rock (London: C. Dolman, 1851). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  26. Hierurgia; or, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: With Notes and Dissertations Elucidating its Doctrines and Ceremonies, and Numerous Illustrations, 3rd edition, by Daniel Rock, revised by W. H. James Weale (London : John Hodges, 1892). Volume 1 is available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library; and at eBooksRead.com. Volume 2 is available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  27. Hilaire Belloc, by C. Creighton Mandell and Edward Shanks, with an Introduction by G. K. Chesterton (London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1916). [LINK DELETED MOTU PROPRIO DUE TO COPYRIGHT CONCERNS, as  we learned that the co-author Edward Shanks passed away less than 70 years ago.]
  28. Hilaire Belloc: His Life and Legacy, by Karl G. Schmude. Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  29. “His Only Son”: The Truth of the Divinity of Christ, by William F. Robison, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.; London: B. Herder, 1918). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats (pdf, text, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive.
  30. Histoire de l’Église de Corée: précédée d’une introduction sur l’histoire, les institutions, la langue, les moeurs et coutumes coréennes: avec carte et planches, par Ch. Dallet (Paris: Victor Palme, 1874). Tome 1e est disponible en Internet Archive; et Tome 2e est disponible en Internet Archive et Open Library.
  31. Histoire de S. Vincent-de-Paul, par l’Abbé Orsini (Paris: Librairie de Debécourt, 1842). Disponible sur Internet Archive.
  32. Histoire de Saint Ambroise, 2eme edition, par l’Abbé Baunard (Paris: Librarie Poussièlgue Freres, 1872). Disponible dans Internet Archiveet Internet Archive (2e copie). La 3eme edition (Paris: Librarie Poussièlgue Freres, 1899) est disponible dans Internet Archive et Internet Archive (2e copie).
  33. Histoire de Saint Martin, Évêque de Tours, contenant l’histoire de sa vie et celle de son culte, par Achille Dupuy (Tours: Imprimerie Ladeveze, 1852). Disponible dans Internet Archive , avec une copie deuxieme dans Internet Archive.
  34. Histoire des Sept Saints Fondateurs de l’Ordre des Servites de Marie, par Sosténe M. Ledoux (Paris, Lyon: Delhomme et Briguet, 1888). Disponible en Internet Archive et Open Library.
  35. Historia del Rito Mozárabe y Toledano, por el Rvdo. P. Germán Prado, O.S.B. (Burgos, España: Abadia de Santo Domingo de Silos, 1928). Disponible en Open Library y Internet Archive.
  36. “The Historical Roots of the Pro-Life Movement: Assessing the Pro-Choice Account”, by Keith Cassidy, Life and Learning V (1995): pages 350-385. Available in pdf format (here) through this page at University Faculty for Life.
  37. Historical sketch of the persecutions suffered by the Catholics of Ireland under the rule of Cromwell and the Puritans, by Patrick Francis Moran (Dublin; London: M.H. Gill, 1884). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  38. The History of Eucharistic Adoration: Development of Doctrine in the Catholic Church, by Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. May be read online at the Real Presence and at EWTN Library, which is linked to by Vivificat. [Formerly available at Christ’s Faithful People (possibly defunct as of 15 October 2012)]. A summary is available at Catholic Planet.
  39. The History of Heresies, and Their Refutation; or, The Triumph of the Church, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori, translated by the Rev. John T. Mullock, of the Order of St, Francis (Dublin: James Duffy, 1847). Available in PDF format through this page at Documenta Catholica Omnia; in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index, and in PDF format through the St Alphonsus Maria Liguori Page of the Traditional Catholic Library of St. Athanasius Press.
  40. History of Medieval Philosophy, by Maurice De Wulf, 3rd edition, translated by P. Coffey, D.Ph. (London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1909). Available on Jacques Maritain Center.
  41. “The History of Roman Catholic Theological Education in Transylvania”, by József Marton, Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai, Theologia Catholica Latina, LII, 1, (2007) 15. Available in PDF format at this page of the Babeş-Bolyai University Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology (English homepage).
  42. History of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, by Archbishop John M. Farley (New York: Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 1908). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  43. The History of the Anointing of the Sick [Tract]. 7 pages. Available in PDF format at the Church of the Resurrection.
  44. History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution,, by Rev. James Maccaffrey (c. 1914). With Imprimatur. Volume I available on Project Gutenberg. Volume II available on Project Gutenberg.
  45. A History of the Church to the Eve of the Reformation, by Philip Hughes. Ecclesiastial history. [LINKS DELETED MOTU PROPRIO due to copyright concerns, it being learned that Philip Hughes passed away only in 1967]
  46. A History of the Dominican Liturgy, 1215-1945, by William R. Bonniwell, O.P. with an Introduction by the Most Reverend Bartholomew I. Eustace, S.T.D. Bishop of Camden, 2nd edition revised and enlarged (New York: Joseph F. Wagner, 1945). With Imprimatur and Imprimi Potest. Available in PDF format(on this page) through the Dominican Liturgical Heritage page of theDominican Province of the Assumption.
  47. A History of the Seven Holy Founders of the Order of the Servants of Mary, by Father Sosthène M. Ledoux (London: Burns & Oates; New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1889). With Imprimatur, and the Approbation of the Father-General of the Servants of Mary. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  48. The History of the Lithuanian Nation and its Present National Aspirations, by Kunigas Antanas Jusaitis, translated from Lithuanian (Lithuanian Catholic Truth Society, 1918). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive.
  49. A History of the Mass and its Ceremonies in the Eastern and Western Church, by John O’Brien (New York: Benziger, c1879). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). History, Sacraments, Liturgy.
  50. History of the Missions in Japan and Paraguay, by Cecilia Mary Caddell (New York, Boston, Montreal: D. and J. Sadlier & Co.). Available in Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  51. The History of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Explained and Applied to the Christian Life, by James Groenings, S.J. (St. Louis, Mo.; Freiburg (Baden): B. Herder, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  52. The History of the Popes, from the Close of the Middle Ages: drawn from the secret Archives of the Vatican and other original sources, Volume I, from the German by Ludwig Pastor, edited by Frederick Ignatius Antrobus (London: John Hodges, 1891). With approbation from Pope Leo XIII. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  53. The History of the Popes, from the Close of the Middle Ages: drawn from the secret Archives of the Vatican and other original sources, Volume II, from the German by Ludwig Pastor, edited by Frederick Ignatius Antrobus (London: John Hodges, 1891). With a note from Cardinal Manning. Available at Internet Archive.
  54. The History of the Popes, from the Close of the Middle Ages: drawn from the secret Archives of the Vatican and other original sources, Volume III, second edition, from the German by Ludwig Pastor, edited by Frederick Ignatius Antrobus (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., 1900). Available at Internet Archive.
  55. A History of the Protestant “reformation” in England and Ireland, showing how that event has impoverished and degraded the main body of the people in those countries. In a series of letters addressed to all sensible and just Englishmen, by William Cobbett (London: C. Clement, 1824) Available at ManyBooks.net in multiple formats. Also available at Open Library and Internet Archive. History, Protestantism, Monasticism. [N.B.: Cobbett was not a Catholic, but amidst the fight for Catholic Emancipation against the oppression of Protestant England, he published this work to break English historical prejudice.]
  56. A History of the Somerset Carthusians, by E. Margaret Thompson, with illustrations by L. Beatrice Thompson (London: John Hodges, 1895). May be read online, and available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, text, etc.) at Internet Archive.
  57. History of the Tractarian movement, by Edward George Kirwan Browne (Dublin : J. Duffy, John O’Daly, 1856). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: National Institute for Newman Studies, Book contributor: Saint Mary’s College of California).
  58. A History of Western Philosophy, Volumes 1 and 2, by Ralph McInerny. (Copyright 1963 by the University of Notre Dame Press. All rights reserved.). Available at Jacques Maritain Center.
  59. “Hitler’s Rise to Power”, by Dennis Barton (The ChurchinHistory Information Centre, 2003, 2006). 72 pages. Available in PDF format and may be read online in two parts, Part 1 here and Part 2 here, at The ChurchinHistory Information Centre. It includes the map entitled “Catholic and Nazi Voting 1933”.
  60. HIV/AIDS: White Paper, by Meghan Grizzle, J.D., reviewed by Dr. Timothy Flanigan, Professor of Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Brown University Medical School (New York: World Youth Alliance). Available in PDF format, together with a Fact Sheet on HIV/AIDS, through this page (CLICK HERE) of the World Youth Alliance. [The document summarizes the empirical evidence on the effectiveness of various epidemiological strategies employed against the spread of HIV/AIDS. A related discussion is provided in this article of the Ugandan newspaper The Observer.]
  61. “Holding These Truths Today”, by Michael Novak, The Catholic Social Science Review 16 (2011): 105-111. Available in PDF format on this page of the Catholic Social Science Review. [N.B., A brief summary and analysis of the ideas of John Courtney Murray. While I disagree with the general orientation of the essay, it is included in this index because the one true Church is not bound to any system but regards all that is good in them (Gaudium et Spes, 42).]
  62. Holding up the Hills: The Biography of a Neighborhood, by Leo R. Ward (New York: Sheed & Ward, 1941). Available at Internet Archive.
  63. The Holy Bible. Containing Parallel texts in English (Knox translation), Greek and Latin (Vulgate). Also called the New Advent Bible. May be read online on this page at New Advent (copyright 2009, Kevin Knight; Knox translation copyright 2013, Westminster diocese) [N.B., We have assumed that the Knox translation was uploaded with the consent of the copyright holder(s). Please advise us if this is incorrect.]
  64. The Holy Bible, Douay-Rheims Translation, Challoner Revision (The Holy Bible; Translated from the Latin Vulgate; Diligently Compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and Other Divers Languages; The Old Testament First Published by the English College at Douay, A.D. 1609; and The New Testament First Published by the English College at Rheims, A.D. 1582; The Whole Revised and Diligently Compared with the Latin Vulgate by Bishop Richard Challoner, A.D. 1749–1752). The text, including the notes and commentary attributed to Bishop Challoner, may be read online at DRBO.org (where it may also be read with the Clementine Vulgate) and at Christian Classics Ethereal Library; it is available in PDF format (here) at Free Catholic Ebooks; and it is available at Internet Archive. The text without the commentary attributed to Bishop Challoner is available in PDF format through the e-library of Saint Patrick Basilica; and it is available in PDF format (with a 2nd copy here) and in TXT format, and may be read online here at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (© Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library).
  65. The Holy Bible, Original Douay-Rheims Translation (The Holie Bible, Faithfvlly Translated into English, Out of the Avthentical Latin; Diligently conferred with the Hebrew, Greeke, and other Editions in divers languages; with Argvments of the Books, and Chapters: Annotations: Tables: and other helpes, for better vnderstanding of the text: for discoverie of Corrvptions in some late translations: and for clearing Controversies in Religion), by the English College in Doway (Doway, 1609). With Approbation. Available in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index, which identifies it as the Original Douai-Rheims Bible: Old Testament (Part I), Old Testament (Part II), New Testament. [Uses Early Modern spelling]
  66. The Holy Eucharist, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  67. The Holy Ghost and His Work in Souls, by Edward Leen, 1885-1944 (London: Sheed & Ward 1937). Available in Daisy format on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive; Book contributor: Internet Archive).
  68. The Holy Ghost, the Sanctifier, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Oates, 1880). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  69. The Holy Gospel According to St. John, by Rev. John McIntyre, D.D. (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1899). With Imprimatur. May be read online, and available in various formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library. Also available in PDF format at the University of Toronto Libraries. [This book contains a detailed introduction to the Fourth Gospel, which includes a discussion and refutation of theories of non-Johannine authorship. Its corpus provides the text of the Gospel with concise commentaries.]
  70. On Holy Images (Followed by Three Sermons on the Assumption), by St. John of Damascus (7th-8th century AD), translated from the original Greek by Mary W. Allies (London: Thomas baker, 1898). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  71. The Holy Mass, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index.
  72. Holy Orders and Anointing of the Sick, by Peter Kreeft (New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, Catholic Information Service, 2000). With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page of the Knights of Columbus.
  73. Holy Qurbono in the Syro-Malankara Church: A Liturgical Study, by Fr.Givergis Paniker Karichal, revised and edited by Rev. Dr. Thomas Paniker, P.G. (Trivandrum: SB Press, 1991). Includes “The Theological Significance of Epiclesis in the Malankara Qurbono”, by Rev. Dr. Thomas Paniker. With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive, which describes it as a “Liturgical and Theological Study of the Eucharist according to Malankara Church”.
  74. Holy Rosary, by St. Josemaria Escriva. May be read at or downloaded from Escrivaworks.org . (copyright Studium Foundation, rights reserved).
  75. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass; Dogmatically, Liturgically and Ascetically Explained, 3rd edition, by Rev. Dr. Nicholas Gihr, translated from the sixth German edition (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats (pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc.) at Internet Archive and Open Library. An earlier edition (Freiburg im Breisgau, Vienna, Munich, Strassburg, St. Louis: B. Herder, 1902) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with another imprint (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1902) available at Internet Archive and Open Library. An excerpt from a 1918 edition, “The Saints of the Canon of the Mass”, reprinted from The Catholic Voice, is available in PDF format through this page of Sancta Missa.
  76. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass—What Difference Does it Make? by Betty Gravlin. 16 pages. May be read online or downloaded in PDF, LRF,  Kindle, PDB formats at Smashwords.
  77. The Holy Spirit and The Church, by William G. Most. Available at EWTN Library (Copyright, 1994, by Wm. G. Most).
  78. Holy Wisdom: or, Directions for the Prayer of Contemplation, extracted out of more than forty treatises by the Ven. Father Augustine Baker, methodically collected by R.F. Serenus Cressy, and now edited from the Douay edition of 1657 by the Right Rev. Abbot Sweeney (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1911). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library. An earlier edition (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, [1876]) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library; and we think the same edition is available at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, and in PDF format at Catholic Spiritual Direction (linked through Traditional Catholic).
  79. Holy Women Mystics in Church History, by Pope Benedict XVI (General Audiences). May be read online through Discerning Hearts. This provides a partial collection of the teaching addresses of Pope Benedict on the lives and works of Catholic women mystics up to St. Theresa of Avila.
  80. Homilies on the Book of Tobias: or, a Familiar Explication of the Practical Duties of Domestic Life, by Rev. Francis Martyn (Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, Jr., 1831). With the approbation of the Archbishop of Baltimore. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  81. Homily on John of Capistrano, by Father Romanus Cessario O.P. (2003). Available in PDF format through this page of the Nederlands Thomas-Genootschap. 2 pages.
  82. How Christ said the First Mass, or, The Lord’s Last Supper: The Rites and Ceremonies, the Ritual and Liturgy, the Forms of Divine Worship Christ Observed, when He Changed the Passover into the Mass, 2nd edition, by Rev. James L. Meagher (New York: Christian Press Association, 1908). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The 1st edition (New York: Christian Press Association, 1906) is also available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  83. How Does the Catholic Church Define Itself?, by Jim Seghers. Available in PDF format on this page of Totus Tuus Ministries.
  84. “How Should Catholics Vote? Bringing Moral Principles to Life”, by Stephen J. Heaney, Life and Learning, Vol. XVI, pp. 537-571, available in PDF format (on this page)at University Faculty for Life: UFL Life and Learning Conference XVI.
  85. How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization, by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. (Regnery History, 2005). Chapter 3 (“How the Monks Saved Civilization”) is available in PDF format at this page of The Church in History.
  86. How the Protestant “Reformers” Violated the Integrity of Scripture, an excerpt from The Catholic Controversy, by Saint Francis de Sales, translated by Rev. Henry Benedict Mackey, O.S.B. (London: Burns and Oates, 1886). May be read online at Catholic Apologetics Information. [While this site has useful apologetical materials in relation to non-Catholic errors, we counsel readers without adequate theological formation to avoid its materials on the Second Vatican Council, since these manifest an invalid hermeneutic of discontinuity.]
  87. How to be a Catholic Author: A Mental Reboot for the Modern Fiction Writer (free ebook), by Dominic De Souza. May be read online on a single page and as a Flipbook though this page at Catholic Author.
  88. How to Become a Catholic: A Guide for the Interested, by Rev. Peter J. Elliott (1985). May be read online on this page  and available in PDF format on this page  at Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets.
  89. How to Cook Huge Amounts of Practically Anything in a Catholic Worker Kitchen, with an Introduction by Jenny Truax (September 2010). Availablein PDF format at the Karen House Catholic Worker. [N.B., Please exercise prayerful caution when perusing other materials on the site that hosts this text. While the works of justice and mercy described therein truly seem authentic, we are uncertain if the group behind it has a relationship of filial obedience to the one true Church.]
  90. How to Cover the Mass: A Resource of the Office of Media Relations, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, by Jerry Filteau (Washington, D.C.: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2010). Available in PDF format on this page of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
  91. How to Pray the Rosary [Excerpt from: The How-To Book of Catholic Devotions, by Michael Aquilina (Our Sunday Visitor, 2000)]. Available in PDF format on this page of Our Catholic Faith.
  92. “The Human Body and Sexuality in the Teaching of Pope John Paul II”, by Professor Patrick Lee. Available in pdf format on the website of Professor Patrick Lee.
  93. “Human Dignity, Human Rights and Moral Responsibility”, by Cardinal George Pell, Archbishop of Sydney. Presented to the John Cardinal Krol Chair of Moral Theology Symposium on Catholic Moral Teaching in the Pontificate of John Paul II, held at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 4, 2003. May be read online (here) at Catholic Culture.
  94. “Human Freedom and Truth According to the Encyclical Fides et Ratio”, by Angelo Cardinal Scola, translated by Margaret Harper McCarthy, Communio, Vol. 26 (Fall 1999), 486-509. Available in PDF format (through this page) at Communio: International Catholic Review. [This article is a challenging read–in part because the text has greater regard for substance than form–, but one of profit for true seekers of wisdom.]
  95. Human Suffering and John Paul II’s Theology of the Body”, by Adrian J. Reimers at the University of Notre Dame.
  96. Humanae Vitae: Encyclical Letter on the Regulation of Birth, by Pope Paul VI (25 July 1968). Available at the Holy See.
  97. Humani Generis: Encyclical Concerning Some False Opinions Threatening to Undermine the Foundation of Catholic Doctrine, by Venerable Pope Pius XII, May be read online at the Holy See. A exposition of the encyclical by Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. entitled “The structure of the encyclical Humani Generis” by may be read online at University of Arizona.
  98. The Humanity of Christ, an Example for Authentic Christian Living in Thomas Aquinas (Master’s Thesis), by Godwin Nduaguibe. Submitted to St. Michael’s College and the University of Toronto. Copyright Godwin Nduaguibe 2013. Available in pdf format at the University of Toronto Libraries.
  99. The Humanizing of the Brute; or, The Essential Difference between the Human and Animal Soul Proved from their Specific Activities, by Hermann Muckermann (St. Louis: B. Herder, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available at an Open Library and Internet Archive.
  100. Humility of Heart, from the Italian of Father Cajetan Mary da Bergamo, by Herbert Cardinal Vaughan (Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Bookshop, 1903). Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  101. Hymns, by Frederick William Faber, D.D. (Baltimore, John Murphy & Co.). Third American, from the Author’s last edition of 1861. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  102. Hymns and Songs for Catholic Children (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1870). May be read online, and available in various formats (pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc.), at Internet Archive.

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  1. I Saw Satan Fall: The Ways of Spiritual Warfare, by Benedict Heron, OSB (1997). May be read online at Christendom Awake.
  2. “I Served a Saint,” by Dr. Mario Enzler. The version of the address delivered at Thomas Aquinas College on 17 November 2017 may be listened to and downloaded in mp3 format through this page at Thomas Aquinas College, and at SoundCloud. The version of the address delivered at Portsmouth Abbey School on 3 November 2014 may be watched (on this page) at the Youtube channel of Portsmouth Abbey, [N.B., The Youtube page states that Dr. Enzler’s address recounts “how the Pope helped to deepen his faith and his appreciation for the priesthood… He served in the Swiss Guard from 1989 to 1992 for Pope John Paul II”.]
  3. The Ideal of the Monastic Life Found in the Apostolic Age, by Germain Morin, translated by C. Gunning, with a preface by Dom Bede Camm (London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1914). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Regis College Library, University of Toronto).
  4. The Idea of a University, by Blessed John Henry Newman. Education. Available at Newman Reader.
  5. The Ideology of Nation and Race: The Croatian Ustasha Regime and Its Policies Toward Minorities in the Independent State of Croatia, 1941-1945, by Nevenko Bartulin. Ph.D. Thesis/Dissertation (University of New South Wales, November 2006). 448 pages. Available on this page of Scribd.com and at the Jasenovac Committee. [N.B., I am not sure if the author is a Catholic Christian. However, the text itself explains the secular and racial nationalism of the Ustasha government and disproves the popular Western theory that this nationalism was Catholic-clericalist in character. Please refrain from reading the other texts in the Jasenovac Committee website, many of which evince a very anti-Catholic bias.]
  6. La Iglesia ante el Racismo: Para Una Sociedad Más Fraterna, por la Pontificia Comisión «Iustitia et Pax» (3 Noviembre 1988). Disponible en la Santa Sede.
  7. Illustrated Explanation of the Holy Sacraments: A Complete Exposition of the Sacraments and the Sacramentals of the Church, adapted from the original of Rev. Hermann Rolfus, with a reflection and practice on each sacrament, by Very Rev. Ferreol Girardey (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1898). With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive.
  8. Illustrated Life of the Blessed Virgin, 2nd ed. by Rev. B. Rohner, O.S.B., adapted by Rev. Richard Brennan (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1897). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  9. I’m Glad You Asked: Questions from the parishioners of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Picayune, Mississippi [N.B. This 127-page booklet compiles a wide range of questions and answers on the Catholic Faith, which appears useful for religious teaching, evangelization and apologetics.] Available at the the website of the Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church.
  10. The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis. Prayer, Spirituality. May be read online at Catholic Treasury and at Our Lady’s Warriors. May be downloaded from Catholic Primer.
  11. The Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God: A Dogma of the Catholic Church, by J.D. Bryant, M.D. (Boston: P. Donahoe, 1855). With episcopal approbation. [N.B., The index page states the author’s full name to be John Delavan Bryant.] May be read online, and available in various formats (mobi/kindle, epub, pdf), at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library. Also available on this page at Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  12. The Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God: An Exposition, by Bishop Ullathorne (London: Richardson and Son, 1855). Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library. Another edition, revised by Canon Iles, D.D. and with an Introduction by the Bishop of Birmingham (Westminster: Art and Book Co., 1904) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  13. The Immaculate Conception: The History, Trials, and Triumphs of the Work of God at Lourdes, by the Rev. Hilary Maurice Vigo, translated under the supervision of the Franciscan Fathers (Trenton, N.J.: 1878). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  14. “The Impact of Catholic Teaching and the Call to Discipleship”, by Professor Robert John Araujo, S.J., Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, Vol. 20, Issue 1: Symposium on Law & Politics as Vocation (2006), pp. 29-58. Available in PDF format through this page, with the entire issue available on this page, at the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy.
  15. In Defense of Hilaire Belloc, by Dennis Barton (The Church in History Information Centre). Booklet. Available in PDF format on this page of The Church in History.
  16. In God’s armyI. Commanders-in-Chief: St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Francis Xavier, by Cyril Charlie Martindale (London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1915). With Imprimatur. On Saints, Religious Orders, Spirituality, Evangelization, Conversion. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Regis College Library, University of Toronto).
  17. “In Incognito: The Principle of Double Effect in American Constitutional Law”, by Edward C. Lyons, Florida Law Review, Vol. 57, No. 3 (July 2005), pp. 469-563. 95 pages. Available in PDF format on the Social Science Research Network.
  18. In Love with the Church, by St. Josemaria Escriva. May be read online at Josemaria Escriva.(copyright Studium Foundation, rights reserved).
  19. In Praise of the New Knighthood (Liber ad milites Templi: De laude novae militae), by St. Bernard of Clairvaux, translated by Conrad Greenia. From The Cistercian Fathers Series: Number Nineteen, The Works of Bernard of Clairvaux: Volume Seven, Treatises III, translated by Conrad Greenia, (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Cistercian Publications, 1977). May be read online atThe ORB: On-Line Resource Book for Medieval Studies and San Diego State University. [N.B., According to the ORB webpage, permission was given by Dr. Rozanne Elder and Cistercian Publications to use the text: “It may be downloaded for personal or classroom use only.”]
  20. In Soft Garments: A Collection of Oxford Conferences, by Ronald A. Knox (New York: Sheed & Ward, 1953). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive. Includes the essays “If God exists”, “The Living Witness”, “The Unholiness of the Church”, “Verbum baro factum est”, “The Church and Human Progress”, and “Unselfishness in Marriage”.
  21. In the Footprints of the Padres, by Charles Warren Stoddard (San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1912). No imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive, ManyBooks.net and Project Gutenberg.
  22. The Incarnation, Birth, and Infancy of Jesus Christ, or, The Mysteries of the Faith, by Saint Alfonso Maria de’ Liguori [St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori], ed. Eugene Grimm (New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1886). With Approbation from the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index.
  23. On the Incarnation of the Word, by St. Athanasius. Available at New Advent.
  24. The Independence of the Holy See: with an Appendix containing the Papal Allocution of March, 1877, and an English translation, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Henry S. King and Co., 1877). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library. With a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  25. India and the Apostle Thomas: An Inquiry, with a Critical Analysis of the Acta Thomae, by Dr. A. E. Medlycott, Bishop of Triconia (London: David Nutt, 1905). Available at Internet Archive (which appears to have the better copy) and Internet Archive (2nd copy). [N.B., F.A. D’Cruz in his St. Thomas, the Apostle, in India (1905) notes that Dr. Medlycott was at one time Vicar Apostolic of Trichur in Cochin State.]
  26. Indulgences: Their Origin, Nature, and Development, by Alexius M. Lépicier [Alexis-Henri-Marie Cardinal Lépicier] (London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner 1895). With approbation. Available at Open Library. And Internet Archive.
  27. Influence of Catholic Christian Doctrines on the Emancipation of Slaves, by a Member of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Church of the Holy Redeemer, East Boston (Boston: Patrick Donohoe, 1863). Available in various formats at Internet Archive. [N.B., The index page identifies the author to be James Fitton, 1805-1881.]
  28. The Inner Way, by Johannes Tauler, O.P. Available at Catholic Primer. Mysticism, Spirituality, Prayer.
  29. The Innocence of Father Brown, by G. K. Chesterton (1911). Detective fiction. Available at ManyBooks.net and Project Gutenberg. Audiobook available at Project Gutenberg and LibriVox.org.
  30. “Inde a Primis”: Apostolic Letter on Promoting Devotion to the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, by Pope St. John XXIII (30 June 1960). May be read online (on this page) at the Papal Encyclicals Online; and on this page at Catholic Culture (wherein its descriptive title is given as “Sanguis Christi”).
  31. Indulgentiarum Doctrina: Apostolic Constitution on Indulgences, by Pope Paul VI (January 1, 1967). May be read online at the Holy See.
  32. “The Influence of Catholic Social Doctrine on Human Rights”, by Professor Mary Ann Glendon, in Catholic Social Doctrine and Human Rights (Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences Acta 15: Proceedings of the 15th Plenary Session, 1-5 May 2009), edited by Roland Minnerath, Ombretta Fumagalli Carulli, and Vittorio Possenti (Vatican City: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 2010). The essay is available in PDF format (here) and the entire volume is available in PDF format on this page at the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. The essay was reprinted in the Journal of Catholic Social Thought, Vol. 10, No. 1 (2013), pp. 69-84, available in PDF format (on this page) at Villanova University.
  33. The Inquisition: a Critical and Historical Study of the Coercive Power of the Church, by E. Vacandard, translated from the 2d ed. by Bertrand L. Conway. (New York, London, Bombay, Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  34. Instruction on the Historical Truth of the Gospels, De Historica Evangeliorum Veritate, by the Pontifical Biblical Commission (April 21, 1964). From the American Ecclesiastical Review (Catholic University of America Press, July 1964). May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org. The English Translation by Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J., from Theological Studies 25 (1964) 402-408, may be read online at Boston College and at Catholic Resources.org, where it is preceded by Father Fitzmyer’s analysis, “The Biblical Commission’s Instruction on the Historical Truth of the Gospels”, Theological Studies 25 (1964) 386-408. [N.B., The Instruction is relevant in assessing the historical-critical method, whose analytical methodology is distinguished from the philosophical assumptions that often accompany it. Note that Father Fitzmyer’s analysis has an overly permissive opinion on the freedom of theologians.]
  35. Instruction “Dignitatis Personae” on Certain Bioethical Questions, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (8 September 2008), which may be read online (here) with a synthesis on this page at Catholic Culture.org; and may be read online at the Holy See, with a Summary on this page; and is available in pdf format (here) at Children of God for Life.
  36. Instruction for Applying the Liturgical Prescriptions of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches, by the Congregation for the Eastern Churches (January 6, 1996). Available in PDF format at the Holy See. May be read online at Catholic Culture, and at EWTN Library.
  37. Instruction “Inaestimabile Donum” Concerning Worship of the Eucharistic Mystery, by the Sacred Congregation for the Sacraments and Divine Worship, approved and confirmed by Blessed Pope John Paul II on April 17, 1980. May be read online at Adoremus, EWTN Library, and Catholic Liturgical Library.
  38. Instruction on Christian Freedom and Liberation, by the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, March 22, 1986. May be read online at the Catholic Information Network and the EWTN Library.
  39. Instruction on Infant Baptism “Pastoralis Actio”, by the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, approved by Pope St. John Paul II, October 20, 1980. May be read online at the Holy See, the EWTN Library and the Catholic Information Network.
  40. Instruction “Redemptionis Sacramentum” on Certain Matters to be Observed or to be Avoided Regarding the Most Holy Eucharist, by the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments (2004). Available at EWTN Library.
  41. Instrumentum Laboris “The New Evangelization for the Transmission of the Christian Faith” for the XIII Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops (Vatican City, 2012). May be read online at the Holy See. [N.B.1, A summary of the document, “Transmitting the Christian Faith” by Archbishop Nikola Eterović, General Secretary of the Synod of Bishops (from L’Osservatore Romano, Weekly Edition in English, 27 June 2012, page 8), may be read on this page at the EWTN Libraries. Another summary may be found at the Diocese of Cork and Ross.] [N.B.2, A commentary, “The Synod and the New Evangelization: Why It’s Important for U.S. Catholics” by Father James Wehner, is available on this page at the National Catholic Register.]
  42. “’Intentio’ and ‘Electio’ in Aquinas”, by Dr. Duarte Sousa-Lara, translated by Dr. Joseph T. Papa. © Duarte Sousa-Lara. 13 pages. The author describes the text as “Originally the seventh chapter of my doctoral dissertation, A especificação moral dos actos humanos segundo são Tomás de Aquino (Rome: Edizioni Università Santa Croce, 2008)”. Available in pdf format (on this page) of Etica e Politica.

  43. The Interior Castle, by St. Teresa of Avila, (1515- 1582). Prayer, Spirituality, Mysticism. Available on Catholic Treasury.
  44. The Interior of Jesus and Mary, Volume I, third edition, by the Rev. J. [Jean Nicolas] Grou, S.J., edited by S.H. Frisbee, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1893). Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  45. The Interior of Jesus and Mary, Volume II, by the Rev. J. [Jean Nicolas] Grou, S.J., translated by a Member of the Ursuline Community (Dublin: James Duffy, 1847). Available in various formats at Internet Archive. [N.B., The Internet Archive index page incorrectly labels the work as Notes of Spiritual Retreats and Instructions, Volume II, by Rev. John Morris. S.J]
  46. The Internal Mission of the Holy Ghost, by Henry Edward Manning (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1875). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  47. “The Internal Order of States and People: Christmas Message of 1942”, by the Venerable Pope Pius XII. May be read online (on this page) at the EWTN Library. Another translation, entitled “The Rights of Man: The Feast of Christmas and Suffering Humanity”, may be read online at Catholic Tradition. Brief comments on the Christmas message may be found at Locus Theologicus and Paul on Pius.
  48. International Catholic Organizations & Catholic Inspired NGOs: Their Contribution to the Building of the International Community (The Caritas in Veritate Foundation, 2012). The Caritas In Veritate Foundation Working Papers: “The City of God in the Palace of Nations”. Available in PDF format on this page of the Caritas in Veritate Foundation. [The text contains the following articles: “The Representation of the Catholic Church at the United Nations in Geneva” by H. E. Mgr. Silvano M. Tomasi, C.S.; “The Order of Malta and the United Nations in Geneva”, by H. E. Marie Thérèse Pictet Althann; “The Christian Presence at the United Nations in Geneva. Between Past And Future Perspectives,” by Dr. J. Joblin, S.J.; “Why is the Holy See Engaged in International Life?” by H. E. Mgr. Silvano M. Tomasi, C.S.; “The Diakonia of Truth and the Mission of Catholic Inspired NGOs”, by Prof. Mathias Nebel; “Faith-based NGOs: What Contribution at the United Nations in Geneva?” by H. E. Mgr Silvano M. Tomasi, C.S.”. It also includes “Some Texts of the Magisterium regarding ICOs and CINGOs” with a brief article on “Key Elements of the Texts”, by Prof. Mathias Nebel.]
  49. International Pro-Abortion Litigation Strategy: An Anti-Democratic Plan to Force Legalized Abortion on the World’s Governments (White Paper Number Six), by Stephen M. Krason, J.D., Ph.D. (New York: International Organizations Research Group, 2006). 26 pages. Available in PDF format at the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM).
  50. The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church, by the Pontifical Biblical Commission (March 18, 1994). Available at EWTN Library.
  51. Into the Breach: An Apostolic Exhortation to the Men of the Diocese of Phoenix, by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted, September 29, 2015 (Diocese of Phoenix, 2015). Available in pdf format (on this page of Into the Breach; and on this page of the Knights of Columbus. Also available at document Issuu.com (linked by Catholic Men’s Ministry). Excerpts are made online on this page of Pagadian Diocese and on this page of Church Militant. The audiobook is available on SoundCloud (linked by Into the Breach). The official trailer to the document may be found at Youtube (linked by Women of Grace).
  52. Into the Breach: Study Guide for College Men (New Haven, Connecticut: College Councils Department) is available in pdf format on this page through the Knights of Columbus.
  53. An Introduction to Christian Philosophy, by William G. Most. Available at EWTN Library. Copyright (c) 1994 William G. Most.
  54. Introduction to the Devout Life, by Saint Francis de Sales. Available at Catholicity.
  55. “An Introduction to the Just War Tradition”, by John F. Coverdale, Pace International Law Review, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Fall, 2004): pp. 221-277.Available in PDF format (on this page) of Pace University Digital Commons. [N.B., This is a very comprehensive summary of ethical discourse on the initiation and the conduct of armed conflict.]
  56. Introduction to the Sacraments, by Peter Kreeft (New Haven, Connecticut: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council—Catholic Information Service, 2001). With Imprimatur. 28 pages. Number 12 of the Luke E. Hart Series: Basic Elements of the Catholic Faith (Father John A. Farren, O.P., General Editor). The ebook may be read online and is available in PDF format, and the audiobook may be heard in MP3 format through this page, at the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, Catholic Information Service.
  57. Introduction to the Sacraments: Part Two, Section Two of Catholic Christianity, by Peter Kreeft (New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus, 2001). Available in PDF format on this page and may be read online on this page of the Knights of Columbus.
  58. An Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, abridged edition, Rev. Francis E. Gigot, S.S. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1904). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive.
  59. An Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 1: General Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, Rev. Francis E. Gigot, S.S. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1900). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive. The 3rd and revised edition (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1903) is available at Forgotten Books, with some pages restricted to members.
  60. An Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 2: Special Introduction to the Study of the Old Testament, Part I. The Historical Books, 2nd and revised edition, by Rev. Francis E. Gigot, S.S. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1901). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive, and a 4th copy at Internet Archive.
  61. An Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 3: Special Introduction to the Study of the Old Testament, Part II. Didactic Books and Prophetical Writings, by Rev. Francis E. Gigot, S.S. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc. formats at Internet Archive, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive.
  62. Invito Spirituale: A Spiritual Summons to Devout Meditation on the Passion of Jesus, by Fra Battisita da Faenza (1757). Available in PDF format at this page of Capuchin Beginnings. 9 pages.
  63. Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century, 2nd edition, by Romano Amerio, translated by John P. Parsons (Angelus Press, 1996). Selected chapters (1-7, 15-16) available at Society of Saint Pius X District of Asia. [N.B., Please approach other texts on the website with caution. While it contains much that is extremely valuable, its views must be corrected in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s hermeneutics of continuity.]
  64. Ireland: a Letter to Earl Grey, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Longmans, Green, 1868). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive .
  65. Is Feeneyism Catholic?: The Catholic Meaning of The Dogma, “Outside the Catholic Church There Is No Salvation”, by Rev. Fr . François Laisney (Kansas City, Missouri: Angelus Press, 2001). Available in PDF format at the Society of Saint Pius X [CAUTION: While this text provides a rather valuable critique of Feeneyism, it follows its organization in having a very negative view of the Second Vatican Council and the post-conciliar papacy that merits correction with the hermeneutic of continuity. Please read its references to the Second Vatican Council and the post-conciliar papacy, as well as the other texts on the website, with prayerful caution.]
  66. “Islam, Interreligious Dialogue and Evangelization: The Catholic Response”, by André Villeneuve, Ph.D. (May 2015, revised January 10, 2016). Available in pdf format through this page of Catholics for Israel; and also available at ResearchGate and Academia.edu. [N.B., Dr. Villeneuve is Assistant Professor of Theology and Sacred Scripture at Saint John Vianney Seminary, Denver, Colorado. He is also affiliated with the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology.]
  67. “Islam’s Christian Captives, by Darío Fernández-Morera. 4 pages. Available in PDF format at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. [This is a brief but informative review of the book Captives and their Saviors in the Medieval Crown of Aragon, by Jarbel Rodríguez.]
  68. Is Islam Genuine?, by a Catholic European scholar. 24 pages. Available in PDF format at the Society of Saint Pius X Asia.  [Caution: While this particular text is useful, please disregard its references to the “Conciliar Church” which manifest an invalid hermeneutic of discontinuity on the Second Vatican Council. For the same reason, please avoid reading other texts on the website.]
  69. Is It Catholic? [A compilation of resources on alleged private revelations] Available at Catholic Doors Ministry.
  70. Is the Pope Infallible? by Peter J. Elliott. A.C.T.S. No. 1602 (1971). Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets.

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  1. János Hunyadi: Preventing the Ottomans from Conquering Western Europe in the Fifteenth Century [Masteral Thesis on Military History], by Major Barnabas Bartok, Hungarian Army (Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 2011). Available in PDF format at the Defense Technical Information Center.
  2. Japan’s Martyr Church, by Sister Mary Bernard (Exeter: Catholic Records Press, [1920]). With Imprimi Potest. Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  3. Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Early Church Fathers, by Michael J. Partyka. Available in PDF format, and in large-print PDF format, at Stay Catholic.com. [This tract refutes Jehovah’s Witness literature that use spurious citations of early Christian writers to attack the authentic Christian teaching on the Holy Trinity, by extensively quoting the actual words of these writers, all of whom manifest the Trinitarian faith of the early Church.]
  4. The Jesuit Missions: A Chronicle of the Cross in the Wilderness, by Thomas Guthrie Marquis (Toronto, 1916). Volume 4 of 32 of Chronicles of Canada, edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton. Available in various formats at ManyBooks.net and Project Gutenberg. Audiobook available at Project Gutenberg and LibriVox.org.
  5. The Jesuits, 1534-1921: A History of the Society of Jesus from its Foundation to the Present Time, by Thomas J. Campbell (New York: The Encyclopedia Press, 1921). With Imprimatur. Volume 1 is available in various formats (pdf, kindle/mobu, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive and Open Library. Volume 2 is available at Internet Archive.
  6. Jesus and Mary; or, Catholic Hymns, by Frederick William Faber (London: James Burns; Derby: Richardson and Son, 1849). Available at Internet Archive; at Google Books with a second copy at Google Books; and at HathiTrust Digital Library. Also available at Forgotten Books (with some pages accessible only by members).
  7. Jesus and Mary; or, Catholic Hymns, for Singing or Reading, by Frederick William Faber (London: Richardson and Son, 1852). Available at Google Books.
  8. “Jesus Christ, King of Martyrs; Mary, Queen of Martyrs” (Fostoria, Ohio: Contemplative Sisters of the Indwelling Trinity, July, 2012). Available in PDF format at Our Lady of America.
  9. Jesus Christ, The Bearer of the Water Of Life: A Christian reflection on the “New Age”, by Pontifical Council for Culture, Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue. Available on website of the Holy See and on Catholic Primer as indexed here.
  10. Jesus Christ is God, by Rev. Walter Elliott [1849-1928] (St. Paul, Minnesota: Catholic Truth Society of America). Pamphlet No. 18. Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive. The text may also be found on volume II, pages 77-100, of the work: The Masterpieces of Catholic Literature, Oratory and Art, Volume 2 of 3 [edited by Hyacinthe Ringrose (New York: E.J. Sweeney, 1910)]. With the approbation of John J. Monaghan, Bishop of Wilmington. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library; and in pdf format at the University of Toronto Libraries. [N.B., The title/copyright page of the text is missing. Publishing details are taken from the Internet Archive index page.]
  11. The Jewish People and Their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible, by the Pontifical Biblical Commission (May 24, 2001). May be read online at the Holy See.
  12. John Henry Newman, Cardinal: Poems (Poem Hunter.com, 2004). May be read online, and available in PDF format at PoemHunter.com.
  13. Joint Pastoral Letter of the Catholic Bishops of the Philippines on Prayer and the Interior Life, July 8, 1971. Available on CBCP Online.
  14. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, by Anastasia M. Northrop, is available in pdf format (here) at JP2.info. This provides a summary largely consisting of excerpts from the weekly addresses.
  15. “John Paul II’s Theology of the Body on Trial: Responding to the Accusation of the Biological Reduction of Women”, by Michele M. Schumacher, Nova et Vetera, English Edition, Vol. 10, No. 2 (2012): pages 463–484. Available in pdf format at the Pontifical Council for the Laity.
  16. Journal d’un curé de campagne, by Georges Bernanos (1937). Available at Wikilivres. [Winner in 1936 of the Grand prix du roman de l’Académie française. Translated as Diary of a Country Priest and adapted into a movie in 1951.]
  17. The Journey of the Mind into God (Or, The Vision of the Poverello in the Desert of Mt.Alverna), by St. Bonaventure. Latin-English parallel text available at Franciscan Archive; English text available at The Crossroads Initiative (English translation of the 1938 Quaracchi Edition), EWTN Library.
  18. “A Journey to Sainthood: The Living Legacy of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen”, by William A. Borst, Ph.D., Mindszenty Report, Vol. LIV, No. 12 (Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, December 2012). Available in pdf format (on this page) at the Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation; and may be read online (on this page) at Catholic Journal: Reflections on Faith & Culture.
  19. The Judicial Penal Procedure for the Dismissal of a Diocesan Priest from the Clerical State According to the 1983 Code of Canon Law, by Fr. John Diraviam (©John Diraviam, Ottawa, Canada, 2008). Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Canon Law, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada. Available in PDF format (on this page) at the University of Ottawa Repository. [The text states: “The author has granted a nonexclusive license allowing Library and Archives Canada to… communicate to the public… The author retains copyright ownership and moral rights in this thesis. Neither the thesis nor substantial extracts from it may be printed or otherwise reproduced without the author’s permission.”]
  20. “Just-War Doctrine in a Nuclear Context”, by William V. O’Brien, Theological Studies, Vol 44, Issue 2, pp. 191-220 (1983). Available in pdf format at Theological Studies through Sage Journals.
  21. “Just-War Theory, Catholic Morality, & the Response to International Terrorism”, by Mark S. Latkovic, S.T.D. Available in PDF format on this page of the Sacred Heart Major Seminary.
  22. Justice in the Church: A Manual of Self Defense (2015). Available at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine (being the 07 November 2016 snapshot of the relevant page of Justice for Priests and Deacons) and at FlipHtml5. [This is a compendium of materials intended to teach clergy how to defend themselves against false accusations of sexual abuse.]
  23. Justitia in Mundo, by the World Synod of Catholic Bishops, 1971. Available at Catholic Social Services Australia.

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  1. Katholischer Katechismus, fur die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika, von Joseph Deharbe (New York, Cincinnati: Benziger Brothers, 1871). Mit kirchlicher Zustimmung. Im Netz verfügbar unter Internet Archive und Open Library.
  2. “Keep Thyself Chaste”. Tract by anonymous author. Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  3. “The KGB vs. Vatican City”, by Vasili Mitrokhin (Cold War International History Project, 2007). The Russian-language PDF transcription and the English-language summary are available at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. [N.B., Although it is not Catholic Christian in provenance, the document may be valuable for its description of the covert hostility between the Holy See and the Soviet Union from the 1960s to the 1980s. Comments on its appropriateness in this index would be appreciated. Spasiba.]
  4. The King’s Highway: or, The Catholic Church the Way of Salvation as Revealed in the Holy Scriptures, 1st edition, by the Rev. Augustine F. Hewit, of the Congregation of St. Paul (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1874). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive; and it is also available at HathiTrust Digital Library, with another copy at HathiTrust Digital Library, as well as at Google Books.
  5. The King’s Highway: or, The Catholic Church the Way of Salvation as Revealed in the Holy Scriptures, 2nd edition, by the Rev. Augustine F. Hewit, of the Congregation of St. Paul (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1879). Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive; and also available at Google Books and HathiTrust Digital Library.
  6. The King’s Highway: or, The Catholic Church the Way of Salvation as Revealed in the Holy Scriptures, 3rd edition, by the Rev. Augustine F. Hewit, of the Congregation of St. Paul (New York: Catholic Book Exchange, 1893). Available at Internet Archive; and it is also available (albeit with pages restricted to members) at Forgotten Books, with a second copy at Forgotten Books.
  7. Knights of Columbus vs. criminal libel and malicious bigotry (Boston, Washington Press, 1914). At Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive, Book contributor: University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries).
  8. The Knights of Malta: A Legend Towards the Future, by Marcello Maria Marrocco Trischitta (Rome: Association of the Italian Knights of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta). Available in PDF format on this page of the Order of Malta website.
  9. The Knights of St. John: with the Battle of Lepanto and the Siege of Vienna (London: Burns and Lambert, 1858). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  10. The Knights of the Altar Handbook. Available in PDF format on this page of Sancta Missa.

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  1. The Lady Paramount, by Henry Harland. Available in various formats at Project Gutenberg and in even more formats at Many Books.net.
  2. Lamentabili Sane: Syllabus Condemning the Errors of the Modernists, by the Holy Roman and Universal Inquisition (July 3, 1907). May be read online at EWTN Library, at the Catholic Liturgical Library, at New Advent, and at Papal Encyclicals.net.
  3. The Last Defender of Jerusalem, by Aeneas McDonell Dawson (1882). A play or dramatic poem about the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  4. The Last Things, by Abbé A. Michel, translated by the Rev. B. V. Miller, D.D. (London and Edinburgh: Sands & Co.; St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder). With Imprimatur (1929). Available at Catholic Apologetics Information. [NB: Please approach other materials on the website with caution, as some have an extremely negative view of the Second Vatican Council, which must be corrected in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s hermeneutic of continuity.]
  5. “The Late Birth of a Flat Earth”, by Stephen Jay Gould. 6 pages. Available in PDF format at the Freie Universitat Institut fur Informatik. [N.B., Stephen Gould was not a Catholic, but this brief essay is informative and fair-minded.]
  6. The Law of Christian Marriage According to the Teaching and Discipline of the Catholic Church, by Arthur Devine (London: Washbourne, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  7. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (July/August 1999). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “Biblical Models for Women” by Stacy Mitch, “Contraception and the Trivialization of Sex” by Donald DeMarco, and “Power for Living” by Curtis Martin.
  8. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Sep/Oct 2003). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the article “The Luminous Mysteries for Families” by Fr. Charles M. Mangan.
  9. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (January/February 2004). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “Contraception and the Consistent Life Ethic” by Jason T. Adams, “Protecting the Culture of Life in the Philippines” by Steven Mosher, “The Church and “Domestic Partners”” by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin.
  10. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Sep/Oct 2008). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. This 40th anniversary issue (which is combined with the July/August 2008 issue) includes the articles “Evangelization and the Laity” by H. Lyman Stebbins, “The Problem of Porn” by Bishop Michael Sheridan, “Who’s Hiding in the Closet Now?” by Leon Suprenant.
  11. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Nov/Dec 2011). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “The New Evangelists: You and I” by Regis Flaherty, “The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years: The Nuts and Bolts of Staying Sane and Happy While Waiting for Mr. Right: An Interview with Emily Stimpson” by Emily Stimpson, and “The Lost Art of Apprenticeship: Modernity’s Suspicion of Tradition and the Culture of Independent Thinkers” by Edward P. Sri.
  12. Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Jul/Aug 2012). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Contains the articles “Planned Barrenhood: Sterilization and its Discontents” by Patrick Coffin and “The Medium is the Message: Incarnating the Love of God” by Chris Sparks.
  13. Lectures, by Henry Edward Manning (Baltimore: J.B. Piet). Includes: The Four Great Evils of the Day, The Sovereignty of God, and The Grounds Of Faith. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  14. [Lectures on the Indians, and on the Law of War, of Franciscus de Victoria] Francisci De Victoria De Indis et De Ivre Belli Relectiones, by Francisco de Vitoria, edited by Ernest Nys (reprinted 1964), of the multi-volume series The Classics of International Law, edited by James Brown Scott. Based on notes of lectures delivered 1532. May be read online at Constitution Society and at the webpage of Professor Ken Pennington. [NB: This is one of the leading early texts of international law and human rights theory, and has led some jurists to declare that Vitoria was the true founder of international law. Vitoria was among the first representatives of Spanish Scholasticism, which used Christian Faith and Thomist analysis to analyze emerging problems and thus laid the bases for modern jurisprudence, economics, political theory, and philosophy.]
  15. Lectures: The Four Great Evils of the Day, The Sovereignty of God, The Grounds Of Faith, by Henry Edward Cardinal Manning (New York: P. J. Kenedy & Sons). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library .
  16. Leisure The Basis Of Culture, by Joseph Pieper (1952). [LINK DELETED motu proprio DUE TO COPYRIGHT CONCERNS.]
  17. Letter to Artists, by Pope Blessed John Paul II (4 December 1988). Available at the Holy See and the Catholic Liturgical Library.
  18. Lent, Learning to Love like Jesus, by Fr Sean Finnegan (Catholic Truth Society, 2008). May be downloaded in PDF format through the Catholic Truth Society, which states that it provides “Spiritual preparation for celebrating Easter”.
  19. Lenten sermons, by Augustine Wirth, O.S.B. (Elizabeth, NJ, 1891). Available on Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  20. The Lepers of Molokai, by Charles Warren Stoddard (Notre Dame, Ind., “Ave Maria” Press, 1885). No Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive. Audiobook available at LibriVox, which states: “This is the story of the lepers of Molokai and of the Roman Catholic missionary, Father Damien, who ministered to those who languished in that desolate place… He, himself, contracted and died of this dreaded disease after caring for the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the people in the colony for sixteen years.”
  21. Letter on Certain Questions Regarding Eschatology, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (May 17, 1979): Acta Apostolicae Sedis 71 (1979), 939-943. May be read online on this page at the Holy See.
  22. Letter “Orationis Forma” to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on Some Aspects of Christian Meditation, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, October 15, 1989. May be read online on this page of the website of the Holy See; may also be read online on this page of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
  23. Letter to Artists, by Blessed Pope John Paul II (4 December 1988). Available at the Holy See and the Catholic Liturgical Library.
  24. Letter to Ordinaries Regarding Norms on Exorcism, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 29 September 1985. May be read online at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
  25. Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on Some Aspects of the Church Understood as Communion, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, May 28, 1992. May be read online at the Holy See, EWTN Library, and Catholic Information Network.
  26. [Letter to William Palmer, 1st] A Letter to the Rev. William Palmer, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford, by Verax, a Catholic layman (London: T. Jones, 1841). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B., in 20 pages, dealing mainly with veneration of the Blessed Mother and the other Saints.]
  27. [Letter to William Palmer, 2nd] Second Letter to the Rev. William Palmer, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford: demonstratively proving the Church of England to be an heretical and schismatical church, the mere creature of human invention, by Verax, a Catholic layman (London: T. Jones, 1841). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  28. [Letter to William Palmer, 3rd] Third letter to the Rev. William Palmer, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford: on auricular confession, and the absolute necessity thereof ; also the nullity of the Church of England’s ordinations, notes, etc., by Verax, a Catholic layman (London: T. Jones, 1841). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  29. [Letter to William Palmer, 4th] Fourth letter to the Rev. William Palmer, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford: on the way to find the true church of Christ on earth, on satisfaction, on indulgences, on the supremacy of the See of Rome, infallibility, Eucharist, etc., etc., by Verax, a Catholic layman (London: T. Jones, 1842). Internet Archive and Open Library.
  30. [Letter to William Palmer, 5th] Fifth letter to the Rev. William Palmer, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford: God has confided the sacred deposit of the revelation of Christianity to an infallible authority, by Verax, a Catholic layman (London: T. Jones, 1843) Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  31. Letters, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  32. Letters II by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  33. Letters III, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  34. Letters IV by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index, which provides the following excerpt:
  35. Letters V by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  36. The Letters of S. Ambrose, with Notes and Indices (Oxford: James Parker & Co.; London, Oxford, Cambridge: Rivington, 1881). May be read online, and available in pdf, kindle, epub, daisy, djvu, and text formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library [N.B., This appears to be among the most extensive collection available online of letters from the great Doctor and Father of the Church. Please take note of Letter LII reporting to the Pope the results of the Synod of Milan (AD 389), which affirmed the ancient Christian teaching on the virginity of the Blessed Mother.
  37. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition, by Joseph de Maître, with notes by John Fletcher (London: Keating; Dolman; Jones; 1838). May be read online and downloaded in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  38. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition; a rare work, and the best which has ever appeared on the subject, by Joseph de Maître, translated by T.J. O’Flaherty, S.E.C. (Boston: Patrick Donahoe, 1843). Available in pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, djvu, and text formats at Internet Archive; and may be read at Google Books. [N.B. This work is sometimes entitled Letters to a Russian Gentleman on the Spanish Inquisition, as in the 1851 translation by the Rev. Aeneaus Mcd. Dawson.]
  39. Letters to Persons in the World, by St. Francis de Sales, with a Preface by Bishop Hedley (New York, Cincinnati, St. Louis: Benziger Brothers, ). Volume I of the Library of St. Francis de Sales, translated by Rev. Henry Benedict Mackey, OSB, under the direction and patronage of the Right Rev. John Cuthbert Hedley, OSB, Bishop of Newport and Menevia. May be read online, and available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  40. Liber usualis, Missae et officii pro Dominicis et festis duplicibus: cum cantu Gregoriano, editio Solemensis [Liber usualis, of Mass and the office for Sundays and double feasts, with Gregorian chant, edition of the Benedictine Monastery Solesmes] (Rome, Tournai: Society of Saint John the Evangelist/Descleé, Lefebvre & Co., Publishers to the Holy See and Printers to the Sacred Congregation of Rites, 1903). With Imprimatur, and with letter of approbation from Pope Leo XIII addressed to Paul Delatte, O. S. B., Abbot of Solesmes. Available at Internet Archive. The 1924 edition (with modern notation with a five line staff, publisher number 780c) is available in PDF format at Quilisma Publications.
  41. “Liberty and the Virtue of Prudence: A Catholic Perspective” [article], by Todd R. Flanders, Journal of Markets & Morality 2, no. 1 (Center for Economic Personalism, Spring 1999), 102-113. Available in PDF format at the Acton Institute. [N.B., While I disagree with the author’s defense of the capitalist economy, the orthodoxy of his essay cannot be impugned; for the one true Church is not bound to any system but regards all that is good in them (Gaudium et Spes, 42).]
  42. The Liber Usualis, with Introduction and Rubrics in English, edited by the Benedictines of Solesmes (Tournai, Belgium; New York: Desclee Company, Printers to the Holy See and the Sacred Congregation of Rites, 1961) May be downloaded in PDF format at Musica Sacra and at Sancta Missa (online publication provided by the Church Music Association of America). Sancta Missa describes the Liber Usualis thus: “Gregorian Chant for Every Mass of the Year: The Liber Usualis contains the complete Latin settings of Gregorian Chant for every Mass of the year (Sundays, Solemnities, Commons and Feasts) as well as for Nuptial Masses, Requiem Masses, Holy Week, and Ordination. Additionally it provides much of the Gregorian Chant to be sung in Latin for the Divine Office (Vespers, Compline, etc.), as well as many other traditional Latin chants and hymns (Litanies, Benediction, etc.).”
  43. Liberalism is a Sin, by Felix Sarda y Salvany, translated and adapted by Conde B. Pallen, Ph.D. (St Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1899). May be read online at Liberalism is a Sin, at EWTN Library, and at St. Michael Cyberspace Scriptorium. [N.B., The original Spanish text by Don Felix, El Liberalismo es Pecado, bears the approbation of the Holy See (through the Sacred Congregation of the Index) and of various bishops.]
  44. “Libertas”: Encyclical Letter on the Nature of Human Liberty, by Pope Leo XIII, 20 June 1888. Also known as “Libertas Praestantissimum”. May be read online on this page of the Holy See; and available in PDF format on this page of The Catholic Society. [See also the article “Pope Leo XIII: a Critique of the Modern World” by Michael L. Brock (from Catholic Culture.org), which examines the contemporary world in light of the teachings of Pope Leo; and the article “Democracy and Religious Communities: The Riddle of Pluralism” by Habib C. Malik (on the website of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences), which relates some of the principles in the encyclical to the condition of minorities confronted with Political Islam.]
  45. The Life and Acts of Pope Leo XIII, Preceded by a Sketch of the Last Days of Pius IX and the Origin and Laws of the Conclave, compiled and translated from authentic sources, new and enlarged edition, edited by Rev. Joseph E. Keller, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, St. Louis: Benziger Brothers, 1883). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  46. The Life and Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, second and enlarged edition, by John Morris, S.J. (London: Burns and Oates; New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1885). Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.) at Internet Archive; and also available at the HathiTrust Digital Library.
  47. Life and Doctrine of St. Catherine of Genoa. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  48. Life Everlasting, by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. May be read online at [LINK(S) REMOVED motu proprio PENDING COPYRIGHT CHECK]
  49. “Life is Beautiful: The Theological Aesthetic Argument for Life”, by Matthew Lewis Sutton, Life and Learning: Proceedings of the Eighteenth University Faculty for Life Conference at Marquette University, vol. XVIII (edited by Joseph W. Koterski, S.J.), pp. 309-322 (2008). The article and the entire volume are available in PDF format (through this page) at University Faculty for Life.
  50. Life of Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque of the Sacred Heart, by Albert Barry (London: Burns & Oates; New York: Catholic Publications Society; Dublin: Gill, 1889). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  51. The Life of Jesus Christ, Embracing the Entire Gospel Narrative, Embodying the Teachings and the Miracles of Our Savior; Together with the History of His Foundation of the Christian Church, by Rev. Walter Elliott of the Paulist Fathers [1842-1928] (New York: Catholic Book Exchange, 1903). With Imprimatur. May be read online, and available in pdf, mobi, epub, and other formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library, and also available at the HathiTrust Digital Library; with an earlier impression (New York: Catholic Book Exchange, 1902) available at the HathiTrust Digital Library. Another imprint (New York: The Columbus Press, 1908) is available at Open Library and Internet Archive, as well as at the HathiTrust Digital Library; with an earlier impression (New York: The Columbus Press, 1901) available at the HathiTrust Digital Library.
  52. Life of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, by St. Bonaventure. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index.
  53. The Life of St. Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury: A Contribution to a Knowledge of the Moral, Ecclesiastical, and Literary Life of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, by Johann Adam Möhler, translated by Henry Rymer (London: T. Jones, 1842). May be read online, and available in multiple formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  54. The Life of St. Cajetan, Count of Tiene, Founder of the Theatines, translated from the Italian by Lady Herbert, with a preface by the Bishop of Salford (London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1888). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive. [Internet Archive shows the original author to be Maria Giuseppe Zinelli, and the full name of the translator to be Baroness Mary Elisabeth À Court Herbert Herbert. A commenter on Internet Archive, Antonio Manno, stated: “This is an english translation from D. GIUSEPPE, M. ZINELLI, Memorie istoriche della vita di S. Gaetano Thiene, Venezia, presso Simone Occhi, 1753, a rare book of which only one copy exists in the italian public libraries.”]
  55. The Life of Saint Columba, Apostle of Scotland, Second Edition, by Frances Alice Forbes (London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow: R. & T. Washbourne, Ltd., 1919). With Imprimatur. Part of the series Standard-bearers of the Faith: A Series of Lives of the Saints for Young and Old. Available at Project Gutenberg, and in epub, fulltext and kindle formats at Internet Archive.
  56. The Life of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Duchess of Thuringia, by the Count De Montalambert, translated by Francis Deming Hoyt. (New York, London, Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co., 1904) With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  57. The Life of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Duchess of Thuringia, by the Count De Montalambert, translated by Mary Hackett, Introduction translated by Mrs. J. Sadlier (New York: P.J. Kenedy, 1901). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with another copy at Internet Archive and Open Library. Another edition (New York, Montreal: D.J. Sadlier & Co., 1888), from microfilm, is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, while the 1884 edition, also from microfilm, is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  58. Life of Saint Monica, by Frances Alice Forbes (London: Burns Oates & Washbourne Ltd., 1928). With Imprimatur. Part of the series Standard-bearers of the Faith: A Series of Lives of the Saints for Young and Old. Available in many formats at Manybooks and in fewer formats at Project Gutenberg , and in epub, fulltext and kindle formats at Internet Archive. Multiple formats of the 2nd edition (1919) are available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  59. The Life of Saint Teresa of the Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, edited and with a preface by Henry Edward Manning (Dublin: James Duffy, 1867). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  60. Life of St. Francis of Assisi, by St. Bonaventure. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  61. The Life of St. Francis Xavier, apostle of the Indies and Japan, by D. Bartoli and J.P Mafei, with a Preface by the Very Rev. Dr. [Frederick William] Faber (London: Thomas Jones, 1858). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  62. The Life of St. Thomas of Villanova, Archbishop of Valentia and Augustinian Monk, with an Introductory Sketch of the Men, the Manner, and the Morals of the Sixteenth Century, first American edition, by Claude Maimbou (Philadelphia: Peter F. Cunningham & Son, 1874). With the permission of superiors. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  63. Life of St. Vincent de Paul, by Frances Alice Forbes (London: R. & T. Washbourne, Limited, 1919). With Imprimatur. Part of the series Standard-bearers of the Faith: A Series of Lives of the Saints for Young and Old. Available in many formats at Manybooks, in fewer formats at Project Gutenberg, and in epub, fulltext and kindle formats at Internet Archive.
  64. Light from the East: Miracles of Our Lady of Soufanieh, by Fr. Robert J. Fox, with Introduction by Fr. Elias Zahlaoui (Fatima Family Apostolate, 2002). 258 pages. Available in PDF format on this page of Our Lady of Soufanieh.
  65. A Light on Fundamentalism: The Catholic Church & the Bible, by Paul Stenhouse, M.S.C., Ph.D. A compilation of essays written from 1986 to 1988. May be read online on this page of Annals Austalasia. [Measures 117 pages when printed to PDF.]
  66. A Lily of the Snow, Scenes from the Life of St. Eulalia of Merida, by Frances Alice Forbes (New York, The Encyclopedia Press. 1916). A play. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library  (Digitizing sponsor: Sloan Foundation, Book contributor: The Library of Congress).
  67. List of Approved Church Music for the Archdiocese of Westminister (London: Burns & Oates 1907). Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  68. The Little Office of Our Lady; a Treatise Theoretical, Practical, and Exegetical, by Ethelred L. Taunton (London: John Bale, Sons & Danielsson; Dublin: Browne & Nolan; New York, F. Pustet & Co., 1903). With Imprimatur. With a Ceremonial and decrees of the Sacred Congregation of Rites. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. [This excellent work is divided into 3 parts: Theoretical, on liturgical prayer and the history of the Little Office; Practical, on the best means of saying the Office; and Exegetical, which “consists of a full and complete Commentary, drawn from the Fathers and great mystical writers, on every verse of the Psalms, together with a full explanation of the hymns, lessons, responsories, antiphons, versicles, and prayers.” (p. viii)]
  69. “Liturgical Architecture and the Classical Tradition: A Balthasarian Approach”, by Denis R. McNamara, Communio: International Catholic Review, Vol. 32, pp. 137-151 (Spring 2005). Available in PDF format(through this page) at Communio: International Catholic Review, with a link from Spring Hill College.
  70. Liturgikon. Available at Internet Archive, which describes it as the “Missal printed in Rome in 1950 for the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom and St. Basil the Great in use in the Eastern Catholic Churches sui iuris”.
  71. Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, with Commentary and Reflections [in Ukrainian], by Fr. Pavlo Hayda. Available at Internet Archive.
  72. The Liturgy of the Hours: The Psalms and Canticles of Lauds, by Blessed John Paul II (General Audiences, 2001-2003). Indexed on this page of The Divine Lamp and on this page of the Catechesis of the Popes.
  73. Lives of the Brethren of the Order of Preachers, 1206-1259, translated by Placid Conway, O.P., edited with Notes and Introduction by Bede Jarrett, O.P. (London: Blackfriars, 1955). Available in PDF format on this page of the Dominican Laity, New England Province. [N.B., Composed of 6 parts, including two spiritual biographies of St. Dominic, a life of Blessed Jordan of Saxony, and a summary of the spiritual life of the early Dominicans.]
  74. Lives of the English Martyrs Declared Blessed by Pope Leo XIII, in 1886 and 1895, Volume I, Martyrs under Henry VIII, by fathers of the Oratory, of the secular clergy and of the Society of Jesus, completed and edited by Dom Bede Camm, O.S.B. (London: Burns and Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1904). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a microform copy at Internet Archive. The reissue (London, New York, Bombay, Calcutta: Longmans, Green and Co., 1914) with Imprimatur is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive.
  75. Lives of the English Martyrs Declared Blessed by Pope Leo XIII, in 1886 and 1895, Volume II, Martyrs under Queen Elizabeth, by fathers of the Oratory, of the secular clergy and of the Society of Jesus, completed and edited by Dom Bede Camm, O.S.B. (London: Burns and Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1905). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The reissue (London, New York, Bombay, Calcutta: Longmans, Green and Co., 1914) with Imprimatur is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  76. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints [or, Butler’s Lives of the Saints], by Alban Butler (1895). With Imprimatur. Available in many formats at Manybooks. Another edition (Dublin: James Duffy, 1866) may be read online at Bartleby.com (New York: Bartleby.com, 2010).
  77. The Lives of the Saints: Catechesis on the great Christian writers of both East and West, by Pope Benedict XVI (General Audiences 2007-2011). May be read online through Catechesis of the Popes. This provides a collection of the teaching addresses of Pope Benedict on the Early Church Fathers (Ante-Nicene and Nicene, Post-Nicene), the Medieval Church Fathers, the Great Women of the Middle Ages, and the Modern Doctors of the Church. Some of the addresses on the Early Church Fathers may also be found at Position Papers.ie.
  78. Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 25 (September 1989). Contains “Faith, Works and Justification”, by Brian W. Harrison, and “Wolfgang Smith: Teilhardism and the New Religion”, a review by John F. McCarthy. Available at the Roman Theological Forum.
  79. Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 43 (September-November 1992). Contains “The Ex Cathedra Status of the Encyclical Humanae Vitae”, by Brian W. Harrison. Available at the Roman Theological Forum..
  80. Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 59 (July 1995). Contains “The Truth and Salvific Purpose of Sacred Scripture According to Dei Verbum, Article 11”, by Brian W. Harrison. Available at the Roman Theological Forum.
  81. A Living Wage; Its Ethical and Economic Aspects, by John A. Ryan, with an Introduction by Richard T. Ely, Ph.D. (New York, The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., 1912). Available in multiple formats at  Internet Archive and Open Library. A revised and abridged edition (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1920) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  82. Le Livre des Visions et Instructions de la Bienheureuse Angèle de Foligno, traduit par Ernest Hello, 7eme edition (Paris: A. Tralin, 1921). Avec Imprimatur. Disponible dans Internet Archive, des Bibliothèques de l’Université de Toronto et Livres-Mystiques. Une édition plus ancienne est disponible dans Google Livres.
  83. Loaves and Fishes: The Benedictine and Jesuit Traditions as Complementary Foundations for Management Education in Catholic Business Programs, by John F.S. Bunch, Ph.D. and Andrew G. Ochs (Atchison, Kansas: Benedictine College). Available in PDF format on this page of the University of St. Thomas.
  84. La Loi et la Foi: Étude sur Saint Paul et les Judaïsants, par A. de Boysson (Paris : Bloud, 1912). Avec Imprimatur. Disponible dans Internet Archive.
  85. Locating a Spousal Meaning of the Body in the Summa Theologiae: A Comparison of a Central Idea Articulated in the Theology of the Body by Pope John Paul II with the Mature Work of St. Thomas Aquinas (Dissertation), by Thomas Petri, S.T.D. (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America, 2010). 452 pages. Copyright and All Rights Reserved by Thomas Petri. Available in pdf format at the Catholic University of America University Libraries.
  86. Loneliness, by Armand Georges (Tract/Pamphlet). Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  87. The Lord of History: Christocentrism and the Philosophy of History, by Msgr. Eugene Kevan (The Miriam Press, 2003). May be read online through this page of the Association of Hebrew Catholics: Introduction (with references here); Chapter I, History and Philosophy in the Classical Culture (with references here); Chapter II, Hebrew and Christian Historical Understanding (with references here); Chapter III, The Patristic Understanding of History (with references here); Chapter IV, The Modern View of History (with references here); Chapter V, The Emergence of Post-Modern Thinking (with references here); Chapter VI, The Philosophy of History in Christian Philosophy (with references here); Chapter VII, Modernity as Apostasy from God (with references here), with another copy (St. Paul Editions, 1980) that may be read online on this page of Catholic Culture; Chapter VIII, Intellectual Victory Over Modernism (with references here); Chapter IX, The Lord of History and His Parousia (with references here); and Epilogue, The Centenary of ‘Aeterni Patris’ (with references here). The work is also available for worth-it prices: ebook and hardcover at St. Paul Center, paperback at Barnes & Noble, paperback and hardcover at Amazon, and kindle and hardcover (Emmaus Road Publishing, 2018) at Amazon. [N.B., We have assumed that this ebook was lawfully made available online because the stated copyright holder, Miriam Press, is the publishing arm of the website owner Association of Hebrew Catholics. If this is not the case, kindly inform us so we may remove links to the work. Thank you.]
  88. The Lord’s Prayer, by Peter Kreeft (New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, 2001). With Imprimatur. Available in pdf format (here) through the Catholic Information Service of the Knights of Columbus.
  89. The Lord’s Prayer by St. Thomas Aquinas, the Angelic Doctor, translated and with prayers added by Father [Henry Augustus] Rawes, S.T.D., with the letter to the author by Henry Edward Cardinal Manning, and the Pastoral Letter of Bishop John Joseph Keane (London: Burns and Oates, [1879]). Available in multiple formats (pdf, mobi/kindle, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive.
  90. Loss and Gain: the Story of a Convert, by Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman (1848). Available at Project Gutenberg.
  91. Lourdes, by Robert Hugh Benson (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder; London: Manresa Press, 1914). With Imprimatur. Available at ManyBooks.net. Travel, Religion, Miracles, Healing.
  92. Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive: A Preparatory Catechesis for the World Meeting of Families, Philadelphia, 2015 (Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 2014). Prepared by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Pontifical Council for the Family, in anticipation of the Eighth World Meeting of Families, slated to take place in Philadelphia, September 22-27, 2015. Available in PDF format (on this page) of the World Meeting of Families 2015. [N.B., Although this text is intended for a singular event, we submit that its summary of Christian teaching on marriage and the family is as timeless as the truths it contains.]
  93. The Love of Jesus to Penitents, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns, Oates, and Co., 1872). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  94. On Loving God, by St. Bernard of Clairvaux. Available in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  95. The Loyal Catholic: Some Topics of Interest to the Devoted Sons and Daughters of Holy Mother Church, 2nd edition, by Rev. Cornelius J. Warren, C.Ss.R. (Boston, Massachusetts: Mission Church Press, 1912). With Imprimatur. May be read online and available in various formats (pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc.) at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  96. Luther’s Own Statements Concerning His Teaching and Its Results; Taken Exclusively from the Earliest and Best Editions of Luther’s German and Latin Works, 3rd American edition, by Henry O’Connor, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, St. Louis: Benziger Brothers, 1884). With the approbation of various bishops. Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.), at Internet Archive; and in pdf format on this page of Dads.org (Family Life Center).
  97. Luther, Volume 1, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1913?). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library [NB, though the index page incorrectly shows the title page of volume 5]. The 2nd ed. (1914) is also available at Internet Archive. Another copy marked 2nd edition [no date, but with Imprimatur dated 1914] is also available at Internet Archive.
  98. Luther, Volume 2, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Trübner, 1913). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Robarts Library University of Toronto)
  99. Luther, Volume 3, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1914) With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive
  100. Luther, Volume 4, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Trübner, 1915). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive
  101. Luther, Volume 5, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Trübner, 1916). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive
  102. Luther, Volume 6, by Hartmann Grisar, translated by E. M. Lamond, ed. Luigi Cappadelta (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Trübner, 1917). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive.

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  1. Magister choralis: A Theoretical and Practical Manual of Gregorian Chant for the Use of the Clergy, Seminarists, Organists, Choir-Masters, Choristers, &c., by Rev. Franz Xaver Haberl, second English edition, translated from the ninth German edition by Most Rev. Dr. [Nicholas] Donnelly, Bishop of Canea and Vicar-General of Dublin (Ratisbon, New York, Cincinnati: F. Pustet; London: Burns & Oates; London: R. Washbourne; Dublin: M.W. Gill & Son, 1892). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  2. Mahal na Ejercicio ó Devocion nang Pitong Arao na Domingo, na Pinagcalooban nang Santo Papa nang Indulgencia Plenaria sa Balang Domingo. Sa capurihan nang pitong sáquit at pitong ligaya nang malualhating Patriarca Señor San Josef [Exalted Exercise or Devotion for Seven Sundays, with a Plenary Indulgence from the Holy Father for the (Last?) Sunday. In Praise of the Seven Sorrows and Seven Joy of our Gloriuos Patriarch Saint Joseph], translated into Tagalog by D. Antonio Florentino Puansen (Manila: Santos y Bernal, 1906). With approbation. Available at Project Gutenberg and in more formats at Many Books.net. [N.B. These are prayers in honor of St. Joseph written in old-spelling Tagalog.]
  3. “Malankara Catholic Church sui iuris: Juridical Status and Power of Governance”, (Article) by Fr. Thomas Kuzhinapurath”.  Available at Scribd.com, which states “This article was originally published in www.malankara.net and Christian Orient XXI/I, pp. 41-48 in 1998, prior to the elevation of the Malankara Catholic Church as a Major Archiepiscopal Church (10th Feb. 2005).”
  4. “Man-Woman Complementarity: The Catholic Inspiration”, by Prudence Allen, RSM, Logos 9:3 (Summer, 2006), pp. 87-108. 22 pages. Available in PDF format on this page at the Pontifican Council for the Laity.
  5. Man’s Call to Grace and Glory, by William Moran (Dublin: Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 1946). Available on Lux Occulta (copyright status uncertain).
  6. The Manna of the Soul: Meditations for Each Day of the Year, Volume 1, 2nd edition, by Father Paolo Segneri (New York: Benziger Bros, 1892). Available in various formats (mobi/kindle, pdf, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive, with a second copy at Internet Archive; and is also available at Google Books and HathiTrust Digital Library. The paperback of Volume 1 may be purchased at Amazon.com. With a second copy at Amazon.com.
  7. The Manna of the Soul: Meditations for Each Day of the Year, Volume 2, 2nd edition, by Father Paolo Segneri (New York: Benziger Bros, 1892). Available at Internet Archive, with a second copy at Internet Archive, and a third copy at Internet Archive; and is also available at Google Books and HathiTrust Digital Library. The paperback of Volume 2 may be purchased at Amazon.com.
  8. A Manual of Apologetics, by Franz Xavier Jos. Koch, translated by A.M. Buchanan, revised and edited by Rev. Charles Bruehl (New York, J. F. Wagner, 1915). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: Google) and Open Library., with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive, and a 3rd copy at Internet Archive; and also available at Forgotten Books (some pages of which may be accessed only by members) and HathiTrust Digital Library.
  9. A Manual of Ascetical Theology: or, The Supernatural Life of the Soul on Earth and in Heaven, by Arthur Devine (London; New York: R. & T. Washbourne, 1902). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  10. A Manual of Catholic Theology; based on Scheeben’s “Dogmatik,” Volume 1, 4th ed., revised, by Joseph Wilhelm, D.D., Ph.D. and Thomas B. Scannell, D.D., with a preface by Cardinal Manning (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1908). Based on the Dogmatik of Matthias Joseph Scheeben. Available in various formats (pdf, djvu, epub, Kindle/mobi, Daisy, text) and may be read online at Internet Archive and Open Library, which incorrectly labels it as Volume 2. [Pages 1-153, Book I, of the text provides a treatise on divine revelation and theological method.]
  11. A Manual of Catholic Theology; based on Scheeben’s “Dogmatik,” Volume 2, 3rd ed., revised, by Joseph Wilhelm and Thomas Bartholomew Scannell (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1908). Based on the Dogmatik of Matthias Joseph Scheeben. With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive.
  12. Manual of Christian Perfection, by Msgr. P.J. Stockman, adapted from the celebrated Method of Spiritual Direction by the Rev. J.B. Scaramelli, S.J. (New York: Paulist Press, 1981). “Especially designed for the instruction of novices who sincerely desire to enter a religious community. It may be read with much fruit by all those who wish to lead exemplary lives.” With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  13. A Manual of Church History, by Franz Xaver von Funk, translated by Luigi Cappadelta (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1910). With Imprimatur. Volume 1 available at Open Library and Internet Archive; Volume 2 available at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  14. A Manual of Gregorian Chant Compiled from the Solesmes books and from Ancient Manuscripts (Rome, Tournai (Belgium): Society of Saint John the Evangelist/Desclee, Lefebvre & Co., Publishers to the Holy See and Printers to the Sacred Congregation of Rites, 1903). With Imprimatur. Also with approbation from Pope Leo XIII addressed to Abbot Paul Delatte, O. S. B., of Solesmes. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library (which reports: “Includes the Ordinary of the Mass in Latin with an English paraphrase by Dom Gueranger, and a commentary in English on the religious service.”)
  15. A Manual of Modern Scholastic Philosophy, Volume I: Cosmology, Psychology, Epistemology (Criteriology), General Metaphysics (Ontology), by Cardinal Mercier and Professors of the Higher Institute of Philosophy, Louvain, authorized translation and eighth edition by T.L. Parker and S.A. Parker, with a preface by P. Coffey, Ph.D. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.; St. Louis: B. Herder, 1916). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  16. A Manual of Modern Scholastic Philosophy, Volume II: Natural Theology (Theodicy), Logic Ethics, History of Philosophy, by Cardinal Mercier and Professors of the Higher Institute of Philosophy, Louvain, authorized translation and eighth edition by T.L. Parker and S.A. Parker, with a preface by P. Coffey, Ph.D. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.; St. Louis: B. Herder, 1917). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. The third impression (1922) is available at Internet Archive.
  17. A Manual of Moral Theology for English-Speaking Countries, Volume I, 5th and revised edition, by Rev. Thomas Slater, S.J. (London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1925) With Imprimatur. From microfilm. Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  18. A Manual of Moral Theology for English-Speaking Countries, Volume II, 3rd edition, by Rev. Thomas Slater, S.J., with notes on American legislation by Rev. Michael Martin (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1908). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  19. A Manual of Mystical Theology, or, The Extraordinary Graces of the Supernatural Life Explained, by Arthur Devine (London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1903). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  20. Manual of Pastoral Theology: A Practical Guide for Ecclesiastical Students and Newly Ordained Priests, 2nd revised and enlarged edition, with supplement in accordance with the latest decrees, by Rev. Frederick Schulze (Milwaukee, Wis.: Diederich-Schaefer, 1914). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  21. Manual of Patrology, by Bernard Schmid, Victor Januarius Schobel (St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, 1899). Available in multiple formats at Open Library  and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). A microform copy is also available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  22. Manual of Sacred Rhetoric; or, How to Prepare a Sermon, by Rev. Bernard Feeney(St. Louis, MO.: B. Herder, 1901). With Imprimatur. 356 pages. May be read online, and available in pdf, txt, djvu, kindle/mobi, epub, and Daisy formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  23. Manual of Self-Knowledge and Christian Perfection, compiled from various sources by John Henry. (New York: Benziger, 1913). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  24. The Manual of the Holy Catholic Church, Part 2, embracing: First Part: The beautiful teachings of the holy Catholic Church simplified and explained in the form of questions and answers…, the whole supported by Fifteen Hundred Proofs from the Sacred Scriptures; Second Part: Light from the altar; or, The true Catholic in the church of Christ…; To which is added a Catholic home dictionary and cyclopedia…; The whole adapted… by the Rev. James J. McGovern. (Chicago, Ill.: Catholic Art and Publication Office, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library.
  25. A Manual of the History of Dogmas, Volume 1: The Development of Dogmas during the Patristic Age, 100-869, Third Edition, by Rev. Bernard John Otten, S.J. (St. Louis, London: B. Herder, 1922). With Imprimatur. May be read online and available in pdf, epub, daisy, djvu, kindle/mobi, and text formats at Internet Archive and Internet Archive (2nd copy).
  26. A Manual of the History of Dogmas, Volume 2: The Development of Dogmas during the Middle Ages and After, 869-1907, by Bernard John Otten (St. Louis, London: B. Herder, 1918). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  27. Manual of Theology for the Laity; being a Brief, Clear, and Systematic Exposition of the Reason and Authority of Religion and a Practical Guide Book for All of Good Will, by Rev. P. Geiermann, with an Introduction by the Most Rev. John J. Glennon (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger brothers, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  28. Manuel de Theologie Mystique, ou, Les Graces Extraordinaires de la Vie Surnaturelle Expliquees, par Arthur Devine (Avignon: Aubanel Frere, 1912). Avec Imprimatur. Disponible dans Open Library et Internet Archive.
  29. Manuel Pratique du Jeune Curé, Troisième Édition Française, par Giuseppe Frassinetti, traduit sur la Quatrième Edition Italienne de 1868 et annoté pour la France par Fr.-Xavier Marette (Paris: Librairie Bloud et Barral, 1873). Avec des approbations. Disponible dans Internet Archive, Open Library, et Scholars Portal.
  30. Maria Teresa Kowalska of the Child Jesus (1902-1941) [Booklet]. Translation based on the article by Leonhard Lehmann in Sulle orme delle santi, 2000, p. 113-118. Available in PDF format at this page of Capuchin Beginnings.
  31. Marialis Cultus: Apostolic Exhortation for the Right Ordering and Development of Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, by Pope Paul VI (February 2, 1974). May be read online at the Holy See and the Catholic Liturgical Library. A history of the document is online at the University of Dayton.
  32. Marialis Cultus: Exhortación Apostólica para la Recta Ordenación y Desarrollo del Culto a la Santísima Virgen María, de Papa Pablo VI. Disponible en La Santa Sede, Catholic-Church.org, y Directorio de la Iglesia Catolica.
  33. The Maronite Church, by Msgr. Ronald Beshara (Eparchy of Saint Maron, 2002). With Imprimatur. May be read online at Maronite Vocations, which states that the book was “written for the purpose of informing and enriching Maronites and other Catholics about the rich Maronite tradition, a living and vibrant branch of the Catholic Church. This Church of Jesus Christ is united by one faith, one Lord and one baptism, yet expresses that one faith in twenty-two unique and distinct Eastern and Western traditions of theology, spirituality, liturgy and cultures.”
  34. The Maronites: The Origins of an Antiochene Church: A Historical and Geographical Study of the Fifth to Seventh Centuries, by Abbot Paul Naaman, translated by the Department of Interpretation and Translation (DIT), Holy Spirit University, Kaslik, Lebanon (Trappist, Kentucky: Cistercian Publications; Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2009). Available in PDF format on this page of the Liturgical Press.
  35. Marriage and Parenthood, the Catholic Ideal, by Thomas John Gerrard (New York: J. F. Wagner, 1911). With Imprimatur. Available on Internet Archive  and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Cornell University Library).
  36. Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan: A Pastoral Letter of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (November 17, 2009). Available in PDF format onthe United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which contains other resources, including an Abridged Version; a Study Version with Glossary; and a Leader’s Guide to the Pastoral Letter.
  37. The Martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul, by Arthur Stapylton Barnes, with a Foreword by William Henry Cardinal O’Connell (London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, 1933). Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  38. Les Martyrs de Castelfidardo, par le Comte Anatole de Segur (Paris : Ambroise-Bray, 1861). Disponible en Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  39. Les Martyrs de Gorcum, par Hubert Meuffels, C.M. (Paris: Libraire Victor Lecoffre, J. Gabalda & Cie., 1908). Avec l’Imprimatur. Disponible à l’Internet Archive.
  40. Les Martyrs de Gorcum, par M. l’abbé Patrice Chauvierre, du clergé de Paris (Paris: P. Lethielleux, 1867). Disponible à l’Internet Archive et l’Open Library.
  41. Les Martyrs de la Foi pendant la Révolution Française; ou Martyrologe des Pontifes, Prêtres, Religieux, Religieuses, Laïcs de lun et lautre Sexe, Qui Périrent alors pour la Foi, par l’Abbe Aimé Guillon (Paris: German Mathiot, 1821). Tome 1 est disponible dans Internet Archive et Open Library, avec une deuxieme copie dans Internet Archive et Open Library. Tome 2 est disponible dans Internet Archive et Open Library, avec une deuxieme copie dans Internet Archive et Open Library, et une troisieme copie dans Internet Archive et Open Library.Tome 3 est disponible dans Internet Archive et Open Library, avec deuxieme copie dans Internet Archive et Open Library.Tome 4 est disponible dans Internet Archive et Open Library.
  42. The Martyrs of Castelfidardo [by the Count Anatole de Ségur], translated from the French by a member of the Presentation convent (Dublin: M.H. Gill and Son, 1883). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  43. The Marvels of Divine Grace, by Rev. Henry Gibbs, S.J. (1959). May be read online on this page of Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets; and may be read online on this page of e-Catholic 2000.
  44. Mary Co-redemptrix: A Response to 7 Common Objections, by Dr. Mark Miravalle (2001). With Imprimatur. May be read online at Christendom Awake: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. (The webpage states: “The above is reproduced with the kind permission of Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici”.) [N.B., Though I myself do not fully agree with Dr. Miravalle, his theological opinion is compatible with the Christian Faith. In any case, we await the judgment of the Vicar of Christ.]
  45. Mary, Help of Christians: And the Fourteen Saints Invoked as Holy Helpers: Instructions, Legends, Novenas and Prayers with Thoughts of the Saints for Every Day in the Year, compiled by Bonaventure Hammer, to which is added an Appendix on the Reasonableness of Catholic Ceremonies and Practices, by Rev. John J. Burke (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1909). With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Manybooks.net, Project Gutenberg, and Internet Archive, and in epub and txt formats at Internet Archive (2nd copy) and Internet Archive (3rd copy). Available in PDF format at Forgotten Books.com.
  46. Mary the Mother of Christ in Prophecy and Its Fulfillment: controversial letters in vindication of the position assigned by the Catholic Church to the ever-blessed Mother of the world’s Redeemer in the divine economy of man’s salvation: in reply to the Right Reverend Dr. Kingdon, Bishop of Fredericton, New Brunswick and his vicar John M. Davenport, priest of the Mission Church, St. John, New Brunswick, 2nd ed., by Richard F. Quigley (New York, Cincinnati: Fr. Pustet & Co., 1892). Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  47. Mary, the Mother of God (New Haven, CT: Catholic Information Service, 1965, 1999). Pamphlet. With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page through the Knights of Columbus Council 697 [N.B., The document states: “No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher”]
  48. Mary, the Mother of God, According to Scripture and the Early Church [Tract]. 20 pages. Available in PDF format on this page of Saint Rose of Lima church.
  49. Mary, the Mother of God: Where It All Begins [Tract]. Available in PDF format on this page of Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic church.
  50. “Mary’s Role in the Incarnation”, by Jacques Servais, S.J., translated by Michelle Borras, Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 30, pp. 5-25 (Spring 2003). Available in PDF format (through this page) atCommunio: International Catholic Review.
  51. The Mass and Vestments of the Catholic Church: Liturgical, Doctrinal, Historical and Archeological, by Monsignor John Walsh, 1847-1919 (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1916). With Imprimatur. May be read online, and available in pdf, epub, mobi, and other formats, at Internet Archive and Internet Archive. (An older impression (Troy, NY: Troy times art Press, 1909), with Imprimatur, is available at Internet Archive.
  52. Mass of the 1962 Missal: Ordo Missae, April 11, 1962 (1962 Missal). Available at the Catholic Liturgical Library.
  53. The Mass of the Western Rites, by the Right Reverend Dom Fernand Cabrol, Abbot of Farnborough Abbey. Available in PDF format at Sancta Missa. May be read online at the EWTN Library and at the Maternal Heart of Mary Traditional Latin Mass Chaplaincy (beginning with the Preface; for the other chapters, click the “Western Rite” widget on the left below “Dom Cabrol”). Chapter 10 may be read online at the Franciscan Archive.
  54. The Masterpieces of Catholic Literature, Oratory and Art, Volume 1 of 3; Containing Choice Selections by the Most Celebrated Writers, Orators and Painters, both Ancient and Modern, including Selections and Contributions from His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII; Cardinals Gibbons, Logue and Vaughan; Archbishops Ryan, Keane, Ireland, Messmer and other distinguished authorities; also the Sublime Passion Play of Ober-Ammergau, as performed in Bavaria at its last presentation, splendidly illustrated, edited by Hyacinthe Ringrose (New York : E.J. Sweeney, 1910). With the approbation of James Cardinal Gibbons. Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto)
  55. The Masterpieces of Catholic Literature, Oratory and Art, Volume 2 of 3 [edited by Hyacinthe Ringrose (New York: E.J. Sweeney, 1910)]. With the approbation of John J. Monaghan, Bishop of Wilmington. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN; Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto). [N.B., The title/copyright page of the text is missing. Publishing details are taken from the Internet Archive index page.]
  56. Mater Christi: Meditations on Our Lady, by Mother St. Paul, with a Preface by Joseph Rickaby (London: Longmans, Green, 1920). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  57. Matilda, Countess of Tuscany, revised 2nd edition, by Mary E. Huddy (London: John Long, 1906). Available on Internet Archive, and Open Library, with a 2nd copy at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  58. Matilda of Tuscany, la Gran Donna d’Italia, by Nora Duff (London: Methuen, 1909). English. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. Another edition (New York, Dutton, 1910) is available at Internet Archive and Open Library, and at ReadAnyBook.com and OnRead.com.
  59. El matrimonio: El amor y la vida en el plan divino, Carta pastoral de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos (Washington, D.C.: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2010). Disponible en formato PDF en esta página, con una segunda copia aquí, a través de esta página de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos. La versión abreviada, por la Comité de Laicado, Matrimonio, Vida Familiar y Juventud, está disponible en esta página.
  60. “Mechanism, Public Reason, and the Anthropology of Orientation”, by David S. Crawford, Humanum: Issues in Family, Culture & Science (Fall 2012). Subtitled “How the debate over “gay marriage” has been shaped by some ubiquitous but unexamined presuppositions”. Available in pdf format (here) and may be read online at Humanum.

  61. La Médaille Miraculeuse: Origine, Histoire, Diffusion, Résultats, par M. [Jean Marie] Aladel (Paris: Pillet et Dumoulin, 1881). Disponible dans Internet Archive et Open Library.
  62. Mediator Dei: Encyclical on the Sacred Liturgy, by Pope Pius XII (November 20, 1947). May be read online at the Holy See, at the Catholic Liturgical Library, at the website of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary parish. May be downloaded in PDF format from Sancta Missa.
  63. Meditations Before Mass, by Msgr. Romano Guardini, translated from the German by Elinor Castendyk Briefs. [LINK(S) DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHT CONCERNS.]
  64. Meditations for Every Day in the Year; Collected from Different Spiritual Writers, and Suited for the Practice Called “Quarter of an Hour’s Solitude”, edited by Rev. Roger Baxter, S.J., revised by Rev. P. Neale, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1884). With ecclesiastical approbations. Available in various formats (mobi/kindle, pdf, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive and Open Library. A different imprint is also available at Internet Archive.
  65. Meditations for Every Day in the Year; Collected from Different Spiritual Writers, first written in Latin by N.B., translated into English by E.M., in the year 1669, and now revised by Rev. R. Baxter (Georgetown, D.C.: Joseph Milligan, 1823), is available at Internet Archive and at HathiTrust Digital Library.
  66. Meditations for Lent from St. Thomas Aquinas, by Saint Aquinas Thomas, 1225?-1274, translated by Philip Hughes (London: Sheed & Ward, 1917). With Imprimatur. [LINKS DELETED MOTU PROPRIO due to copyright concerns, it being learned that Philip Hughes passed away only in 1967]
  67. Meditations for the use of the secular clergy, by Pierre Chaignon, 1791-1883, translated by Bishop Louis De Goesbriand, 1816-1899 (New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Benziger brothers, 1907). Available on Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto).
  68. Meditations of St. Francis De Sales. May be read online at Internet Archive, which is the 21 October 2010 snapshot of Christ’s Faithful People (which is possibly defunct as of 15 October 2012).
  69. Meditations on Our Last End and on Sin and the Sacrament of Penance, by Brother Philip (New York: La Salle Bureau of Supplies, 1911). With Imprimatur. Available in multiple formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  70. Meditations on the Most Blessed Virgin, by Most Hon. Brother Philippe, translated from the French (Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Company, 1874). With Imprimatur and ecclesiastical approbation. May be read online, and available in various formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  71. Meeting God in Friend & Stranger: Fostering Respect and Mutual Understanding between the Religions: A Teaching Document of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales (London: Catholic Truth Society, 2010). Available in PDF format (through this page) of the Catholic Church in England and Wales; and on this page of Catholic Social Teaching (linked to from the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations).
  72. The Melkite Greek Church at the Council: Discourses and Memoranda of Patriarch Maximos IV and of the Hierarchs of His Church at the Second Vatican Council, with Introduction by Fr. [Archimandrite] Robert S. Taft, S.J., Pontifical Oriental Institute, and Preface by Maximos IV [Cardinal Sayegh], Patriarch of Antioch and of All-the-East, of Alexandria and of Jerusalem. May be read at the Melkite Eparchy of Newton. [First published as L’Eglise Grecque Melkite au Councile: discours et notes du Patriarche Maximos IV et des prélats de son Eglise au Concile oecuménique Vatican II (Beyrouth: Dar Al-Kalima, 1967).]
  73. Mémoire sur la nouvelle édition du Graduel el de l’Antiphonaire romains, publiée par ordre de Nosseigneurs les Archevêques de Reims et de Cambrai [Treatise on the new edition of the Roman Gradual and Antiphon, published by order of the Lords Archbishops of Reims and Cambrai] (Paris: J. Lecoffre, 1852). Disponible en Open Library et Internet Archive.
  74. Men and Abortion: Finding Healing, Restoring Hope, by Dr. Catherine T. Coyle (New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, Catholic Information Service, 2009). Available in PDF format (on this page) of theKnights of Columbus Supreme Council.
  75. La Mère de Dieu et la Mère des Hommes: d’après les Pères et la Théologie, 1e Partie: La Mère de Dieu, par le P. J.B. Terrien, S.J. (P. Lethielleux, 1900). Avec Imprimatur. Tome 1e est disponible en Internet Archive. Tome 2e est disponible en Internet Archive.
  76. La Mère de Dieu et la Mère des Hommes: d’après les Pères et la Théologie, 2e Partie: La Mère des Hommes, par le P. J.B. Terrien, S.J. (P. Lethielleux, 1900). Avec Imprimatur. Tome 1e disponible en Internet Archive. Tome 2e disponible en Internet Archive.
  77. The Message of Montfort: A Modern Commentary on the Treatise on the True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin, by Patrick Fannon, D.D. (Liverpool: The Montfort Press, 1964). With Imprimatur Available in 2 parts at Christendom-Awake.org: Part 1, and Part 2.
  78. The Message of Our Lady of Fatima, by Father Frederick L. Miller, S.T.D.  (New Haven, CT: Catholic Information Service, Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, 2001). With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format at the Catholic Information Service.
  79. Metaphysics: Let Thomas Aquinas Teach It, edited by Joseph Kenny, O.P., St. Thomas Aquinas Priory (Ibadan, Nigeria, 2012). Available in PDF format at the website of Joseph Kenny. [N.B., This is a collection of texts by St. Thomas Aquinas, arranged thematically.]
  80. The Method of Theology, by Eudoxe Irénée Edouard Mignot, Archbishop of Albi (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1902). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library [According to the translator, this was the address delivered by the Archbishop Mignot at the opening of the Institut Catholique or the Catholic University of Toulouse.]
  81. Milestones in the History of the Lebanese Maronite Order, by Father Karam Rizk, Director of the Institute of History, University of the Holy Spirit, Kaslik. Available in PDF format at Lebanese Maronite Order.
  82. The Millennium Development Goals: In Light of Catholic Social Teaching (White Paper, Number Ten), by Terrence McKeegan, J.D. and D. Brian Scarnecchia, JD. (New York: International Organizations Research Group, 2009). 108 pages. Available in PDF format at the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM), which states: “without genuine solidarity with the poor… wealthy countries are tempted to… promote the national interests of donor nations over the genuine needs and human aspirations of the people in developing countries.”
  83. The Mind’s Road to God, by St. Bonaventure. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index.
  84. Mindszenty Report, Vol. XLVII, No.10 (October 2005), “The City of God: Cultural Conflict in a World of Contradiction”. Available in PDF format on this page of the Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation.
  85. Mindszenty Report, Vol. LIV, No.8 (August 2012), “The Mexican Kulturkampf: The Christeros and the Crusade for the Greater Glory of God”. Available in PDF format on this page of the Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation.
  86. Minor Orders, by Rev. Louis Bacuez, S.S. (St. Louis, Mo.; London: B. Herder, 1912). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats (pdf, kindle/mobu, epub, etc.) at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B., In the Latin church, the minor orders are of mainly historical interest, in view of the promulgation of the Motu ProprioMinisteria Quaedam” by Blessed Pope Paul VI. However, the spiritual counsels in the text may, mutatis mutandis, be of profit to those exercising their successor-ministries.]
  87. Miracles: Their Possibility, by Rev. Raymond O’Donohue, O.P. With 1931 Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page of Internet Archive’s 2 June 2013 snapshot of Catholic Pamphlets.net [N.B., Catholic Pamphlets.net appears to be defunct, as the website stated on 14 January 2014 and 3 February 2015 that: “This account has been suspended.” However, the 2 June 2013 snapshot of Catholic Pamphlets.net, through which one may access the texts on the website, may be found at Internet Archive, along with other snapshots from other dates.]
  88. The Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe: God’s Gift for Us All”, by Mary Joan Wallace (2012). 28 pages. Available in PDF format at Spirit Enterprises.
  89. The Miraculous Picture of the Mother of Perpetual Succour. Available in PDF format (on this page) at Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  90. The Mirage of the Many, by William Thomas Walsh (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1910). Fiction. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive
  91. Mirror of the Blessed Virgin Mary, by St. Bonaventure. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index,
  92. Miscellanies, Volume 1, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Oates, 1877). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  93. Miscellanies, Volume 2, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Oates, 1877). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  94. Miscellanies, Volume 3, by Henry Edward Manning (London: Burns and Oates, 1877). Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  95. Miscellany by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index.
  96. The Mission of the Contemplative Orders (Techny, Illinois: Society of the Divine Word). With 1912 Imprimatur. Distributed by the Monastery of Poor Clares, West Park, Ohio. Available in various formats (pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc.) at Internet Archive.
  97. “The Mission of the Laity”, by Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.: L. J. McGinley Lecture, Fordham University, March 29, 2006. Available in pdf format at Laikos.org.
  98. Mistakes About Mary, by D. F. Miller, C.Ss.R. With 1959 Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  99. Modern Secularism: Faith and Unfaith in the Modern Age, by Denys G. M. Jackson. Australian Catholic Truth Society 1952 (No. 1153). May be read online on this page and available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Truth Society Pamphlets.
  100. A Modern Virgin Martyr: Saint Maria Goretti (Pamphlet), by Alexander Gits S.J. May be read online at Et Verbum. Available in PDF format at this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net.
  101. Modernism, by Desire Joseph Cardinal Mercier, Archbishop of Malines, translated from the French by Marian Lindsay (St Louis, Mo.: B Herder; London: Burns & Oates. 1912). May be read online at St Athanasius Press’s Traditional Catholic Library. Another edition (London: Burns & Oates, 1910) is available in various formats at Internet Archive and at Open Library.
  102. “Monasteries, economies and states: the dissolution of monasteries in T’ang China and early modern Europe”, by Karel Davids. Available in PDF format at the London School of Economics [N.B., The text states: “Not for citation without permission of the author”. While we are uncertain if the author is Catholic, the text may be read with profit for its balanced view of the political and economic considerations behind the dissolution of monasteries in Christendom.]
  103. Monasticism and civilization, by John Bonaventure O’Connor (New York, P. J. Kenedy, 1921). With Nihil Obstat [from the ubiquitous Arthur Scanlan] and Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: Google, Book from the collections of: New York Public Library).
  104. “Mondragon: A For-Profit Organization that Embodies Catholic Social Thought”, by David Herrera (2004). 13 pages. May be read or downloaded at Scribd and accessed through The Distributist Review. Available in PDF format (19 pages) at the University of St. Thomas and (in a less well-formatted PDF text) at Community-Wealth.org.
  105. “The Mondragon Cooperative Movement” (by David Ellerman?). 31 pages. Available in PDF format at the website of David Ellerman.
  106.  “Moral Action and Revisionist Thought: A Response to Joseph A. Selling”, by Professor William F. Murphy, Jr., Josephinum Journal of Theology Volume 20, Issue 2 (Summer/Fall 2013): pp. 269-278. Available in pdf format on this page of the Pontifical College Josephinum.
  107. Moral Briefs: a Concise, Reasoned and Popular Exposition of Catholic Morals, by John H. Stapleton (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1904). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  108. “The Moral Case Against Euthanasia”, by Sidney Callahan, PhD, Health Progress (January – February 1995): pp. 38-40, 53. May be read online and available in pdf format at the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
  109. “Moral Duty and the Rule of Law”, by Judge William H. Pryor Jr., Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Vol. 31, No. 1 (2008). An address delivered at the Twenty-Sixth Annual National Federalist Society Student Symposium. Available in PDF format at the Harvard Law School and at Scribd.
  110. “The Moral Object of Human Acts and the Role of Reason According to Aquinas: A Restatement and Defense”, by Martin Rhonheimer, Josephinum Journal of Theology, Volume 18, Issue 2 (Summer/Fall 2011). Available in pdf format on this page of the Pontifical College Josephinum.
  111. Moral Philosophy, by Jacques Maritain. May be read online on this page of the Jacques Maritain Center (copyright by the Jacques Maritain Center, University of Notre Dame).
  112. Moral Philosophy: Ethics, Deontology and Natural Law, by Joseph Rickaby, S.J. (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1918). May be read online at the Jacques Maritain Center. A new impression of the fourth edition (London, New York, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras: Longmans, Green and Co., 1919), with Imprimatur, is available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  113. “The Moral Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas”, by Kenneth W. Kemp. Delivered at the Thomistic Conference, Vilnius, Lithuania, July 2000). 14 pages. Available in PDF format on this page of the University of St. Thomas.
  114. Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Human Foetuses, by the Pontifical Academy for Life. With a letter dated 9 June 2005 transmitting the English translation to the Executive Director of Children of God for Life. Available in pdf format (on this page) at Children of God for Life; and may be read online (on this page) at Catholic Culture.org. A version without the transmittal letter may be read online at Immunization Action Coalition. [Also: (a) A Statement of the Catholic Medical Association responding to the document, “Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Human Fetuses”, is available at Children of God for Life. (b) A brief summary of the document, “Vatican Issues Guidelines on Use of Abortion-Derived Vaccines” (21 August 2005) may be read at National Catholic Register. (c) An even shorter summary, “Vaccines prepared from cells derived from aborted human fetuses”, may be read at the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. (d) The Holy See’s subsequent intervention on the issue is explained in the article “Holy See Document, Dignitatis Personae, Sets Bioethics Standards for Research and Aborted Fetal Vaccines” at Children of God for Life.]
  115. [The Moral Specification of Human Acts according to Thomas Aquinas], by Dr. Duarte Sousa-Lara, translated by Dr. Joseph T. Papa from Dr. Sousa-Lara’s dissertation, A especificação moral dos actos humanos segundo são Tomás de Aquino (Roma: Edizioni Università Santa Croce, 2008). [N.B. The title is a translation of the title of the dissertation. Further, to our knowledge, its Introduction and Conclusion have not been translated.] The original Portuguese text has an Imprimatur and is available through this page at Etica e Politica. The translated chapters, from this page of Etica e Politica, are: Chapter 1, “The Sources of Aquinas on Human Action”; Chapter 2, “Albert [Magnus] on human action and Aquinas”; Chapter 3, “Human Action and its Morality in Aquinas (2008)”; Chapter 4, “Aquinas on the Object of the Human Act: A Reading in Light of the Texts and Commentators”, in the Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2008): pp. 243-276; Chapter 5, “‘Genus naturae’ and ‘Genus moris’ in Aquinas”; Chapter 6, “‘Materia ex qua’ and ‘Materia circa quam’ in Aquinas”; Chapter 7, “‘Intentio’ and ‘Electio’ in Aquinas”; Chapter 8, “Aquinas on Interior and Exterior Acts: Clarifying a Key Aspect of His Action Theory”, in the Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2008): pp. 277-316; Chapter 9, “‘Circumstantia’ and ‘Conditiones’ in Aquinas”; Chapter 10, “‘Per se’ and ‘Praeter Intentionem’ in Aquinas (2011)”, in the Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2011): pp. 418-453; and Chapter 11, “The Ordo Rationis and the Moral Species”, in the Josephinum Journal of Theology, Vol. 17, No. 1 (2010): pp. 80-125. [Note that the last may not be an exact translation, as the author states that: “This essay was developed from the eleventh chapter”.]

  116. Moral Theology: A Complete Course Based on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Best Modern Authorities, by John A. McHugh, O.P. and Charles J. Callan, O.P., revised and enlarged by Edward P. Farrell, O.P. (New York City: Joseph F. Wagner, Inc.; London: B. Herder). With 1958 Imprimatur.[Link deleted due to copyright concerns. Advice on the work’s copyright status would be most appreciated.]
  117. The Moral Universe: A Preface to Christian Living, by Venerable Fulton J. Sheen (Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Company, 1936). With Imprimatur. [Link deleted due to copyright concerns. Advice on the work’s copyright status would be most appreciated.]
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  119. Most Apologetics Collection, from Fr. William Most. ZIP file containing 57 essays by Fr. William Most on subjects relating to apologetics. May be downloaded from EWTN Library.
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  121. “The Murder of Unproductive Persons”: Sermon on 3 August 1941 at St. Lambert’s Church, Münster, by BishopClemens August von Galen. Available on this page of The Four Lübeck Martyrson this page of Priests for Life; and at Emerson Kent.com; and available with commentary at Almost Chosen People. Excerpts are available at German History in Documents and Images, with a 2nd copy on this page; and at The History Place.
  122. Muslim Persecution of Christians, by Robert Spencer (Sherman Oaks, CA: David Horowitz Freedom Center, 2008). 16 pages. Available in PDF format at the Assyrian International News Agency.
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  124. ‘My long search for the true faith’: The Conversion of Edith Stein, by Benjamin Gibbs. With a Foreword dated 2012. 32 pages. Available in PDF format (on this page) of the British Province of Carmelite Friars.
  125. Mysterium Ecclesiae: Declaration in Defense of the Catholic Doctrine on the Church Against Certain Errors of the Present Day, by the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, June 24, 1973. May be read online at St. Michael’s Cyberspace Scriptorium and Library and the Holy See.
  126. The Mystery of Death-Life in the Maronite Catholic Church [Thesis], by Nadim Abou Zeid (November 2001). Available in PDF format on this page through the University of South Africa.
  127. Mystical Flora or the Christian Life under the Emblem of Plants, by St. Francis de Sales, translated by Clara Mulholland, with Introduction by the Most Rev. George Conroy (Dublin: M.H. Gill and Son, 1891). 142 pages. May be downloaded in PDF format on this page of the Saints’ Books index.
  128. “Mystical Theology in the Early Jesuit Mission to Colonial Paraguay: Contemplation and Action at the Hispanic-American Frontier”, by Juan Miguel Marin, The Way Vol. 47, No. 8 (2008), pp. 77-94. Available in PDF format at The Way.
  129. Mystici Corporis Christi: Encyclical on the Mystical Body of Christ, by Pope Pius XII June 29, 1943. Available at Papal Encyclicals Online.
  130. Mysticism: Its True Nature and Value; With a Translation of the “Mystical Theology” of Dionysius, and of the Letters to Caius and Dorotheus (1, 2, and 5), 2nd edition, with introduction and appendices, by A.B. Sharpe (London, Edinburgh: Sands & Company; St. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder). With 1910 Imprimi Potest. (i) May be read online, and available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.), at Internet Archive, with a second copy at Internet Archive (2nd copy) and Open Library. It may also be read online and downloaded in pdf format at Forgotten Books, with some pages unavailable for non-members. (ii) What appears to be the first edition of the work may be read online (on this page) at the Jacques Maritain Center, with another copy (on this page) at a second webpage of the Jacques Maritain Center. It is also available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library, with a second copy at Internet Archive and Open Library, and a third copy at Internet Archive. (iii) The work is being offered for sale in hardcover, paperback and kindle ebook formats at Amazon and Amazon (2nd copy), and in paperback format at Amazon and Amazon (2nd copy). The ebook is also offered for sale at Barnes & Noble (Nook format) and Google Books.