A Neglected Glory: The Catholic Presence in America

By: Frank Morriss

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No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . . . . . . . . A tsunami of political and cultural change hit society in the 1960s and it was no different for the Catholic Church. Misinterpretations of the Second Vatican Council ushered in an age of apostasy and peril for ordinary Catholics. Someone had to speak for the Church and all that had gone before in truth and grace. That someone was Frank Morriss who brought powerful and intelligent arguments to the battlefield for souls. Let William F. Buckley and later Pat Buchanan be the front men for the conservative cause. Frank was ahead of the game with books like The Catholic as Citizen and The Conservative Imperative which showed that it was possible to serve one’s country while serving God. A Neglected Glory, The Catholic Church in America, showed how important Catholicism had been to a nation at the time hell-bent on shoving God out of public view. Frank understood what turmoil ordinary Catholics felt at that time and addressed issue after issue, first as a syndicated columnist and then for 40 years as contributing editor to The Wanderer newspaper.

Title: A Neglected Glory: The Catholic Presence in America

Author Name: Frank Morriss

Categories: History,

Publisher: Francis J. Teskey: 1976


Size: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Used - Good

Seller ID: 68369