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A tab-delimited text version of the file can also be downloaded. Morrow, and John Seniors Incomplete Life-Long Reading List (All Ages) * This list was compiled by asking for suggestions from countless people who deserve thanks for contributing titles and descriptions.Although links to books are provided through, this does not mean to neglect some of the other fine publishers / sellers of Catholic Books: Gloria Deo, Sophia Institute Press, Ignatius Press, Neri Publications, Tan Books & Publishers See A Guide To Spiritual Reading For Youth Ages 4-17 and A Guide To Spiritual Reading (for Adults) by Rev. An asterisk represents those titles which were suggested more than once, and in some cases multiple times. To-day, we stand at the postscript of this present volume, rightly proudly of the past, yet, it seems, at the preface of a new one, humbly confronting the future: Our hopes and fears, our failures and achievements some future historian will reduce to cold print, that others might read; the details are mercifully hidden, but one thing is certain, there must be the loyal band of the unnamed, in which it will be the lot of most of us to find a place.If there be no army of unknowns, there will be no deeds worthy of record, for on the faith and devotion of the humble catholic the greatness of the work will depend.It is a story of noble effort for God, of self-sacrifice, of suffering borne with fortitude and of other qualities of head and heart displayed by those who have passed away, and whose book of life here has been closed. Paul's there came to the monastery, Bede, then a child of seven.The recital of the qualities of men and women of the past must become an inspiration to those of the newer generation and cannot fail to be a source of encouragement to them. He was born, as he himself tells us "in the territory of that same monastery" and was sent there to be educated by Abbott Ceolfrid.As I read, I find myself thinking of all those men and women who laboured loyally yet unnoticed through the pages of this history, and without whom its events would never have been possible - their prayers, sacrifices and enthusiasm - their willing response to every call - their hearts torn with anxiety as each new difficulty presented itself, leaping with joy as it was surmounted - those who fetched and carried so that others might build - those who through infirmity or age were denied an active part - those who hoped and never saw - those who loved and were loyal to their priests - of such there is no record, save that cherished in the circle of each family.Here we may acknowledge the part they played, proudly recollect and, if need be, humbly remind ourselves that this is the stock from which we spring.

It is of interest also to mention the probability that in the journeyings of the monks who were carrying St.It is not necessary here to refer to the sanctity of St. in his treatment of "Jarrow, the Cradle of English Learning," says:- "Bede's own writings are voluminous and varied.Bede's life; Holy Church has raised him to her altars, and, therefore, no more need be said. Of him can be said what has been said of few Englishmen - that he mastered all that was to be known in his time.It cannot fail to attract the attention, not only of the Faithful in Jarrow, but also of those in the neighbouring towns on both sides of the river which were included in Jarrow's area of which Father George Meynell was Dean. Paul's Monastery, but this must necessarily be brief because the primary purpose of this book is to deal with persons and happenings since the restoration of the Hierarchy in this country. Paul's seven years and afterwards ably governed......single monastery of St.Father Meynell succeeded to the important preliminary work of Father Edmund Kelly, who built the Church eighty years ago. The earliest ecclesiastical foundation in Jarrow was begun by St. Peter and Paul in its two separate localities." About the same time as the dedication of St.

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