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الصفحة 19 - Good solid reading.' — Month. 'Well done and in a truly charitable spirit,' — Catholic Opinion. ' It treats the subject in so novel and forcible a light that we are fascinated in spite of ourselves, and irresistibly led on to follow its arguments and rejoice at its conclusions.
الصفحة 16 - THE LIFE OF MARIE EUSTELLE HARPAIN ; or, the Angel of the Eucharist. 5s. "The life of Marie Eustelle Harpain possesses a special value and interest apart from its extraordinary natural and supernatural beauty, from the fact that to her example and to the effect of her writings is attributed in great measure the wonderful revival of devotion to the Blessed Sacrament in France, and consequently throughout Western Christendom.
الصفحة 23 - This wonderful diary, the Memoriale, has never been published before, and we are much mistaken if it does not become a cherished possession to thoughtful Catholics.' — Month. The Dialogues of St. Gregory the Great. An old English version. Edited, with Preface, by the Rev. HJ COLERIDGE. 6s. * The Catholic world must feel grateful to Father Coleridge for this excellent and compendious edition. The subjects treated of possess at this moment a special interest. . . . The Preface by Father Coleridge...
الصفحة 11 - We heartily recommend this touching little tale, especially as a present for children and for schools, feeling sure that none can rise from its perusal without being touched, both at the beauty of the tale itself and by the tone of earnest piety which runs through the whole, leaving none but holy thoughts and pleasant impressions on the minds of both old and young.
الصفحة 13 - History of England, for Family Use and the Upper Classes of Schools. By the Author of ' Christian Schools and Scholars.
الصفحة 12 - We have seldom seen tales better adapted for children's reading.' — Catholic Times. ' The writer possesses in an eminent degree the art of making stories for children.
الصفحة 16 - Contains numberless traces of a thoughtful and tender devotion to the Saint. It shows a loving penetration into his spirit, and an appreciation of the secret motives of his action, which can only be the result of a deeply affectionate study of his life and character.
الصفحة 19 - Cloth, is. *The compilers deserve great praise for the manner in which they have performed their task. We commend this little volume as well and carefully printed, and as furnishing its readers, moreover, with a great amount of useful information in the tables inserted at the end.
الصفحة 18 - We congratulate Mr. Thompson on the way in which he has accomplished his task, and we earnestly hope that an increased devotion to the Holy Angels may be the reward of his labour of love.'— Tablet. * A beautiful translation.
الصفحة 20 - Not only an interesting but a scholarly sketch of a life remarkable alike in itself and in its attendant circumstances. We hope the author will continue to labour in a department of literature for which he has here shown his aptitude. To find a saint's life which is at once moderate, historical, and appreciative is not a common thing.