New Books, 9/26/18

Sohrab Ahmari’s memoir of conversion.

The story of Spanish North America.

The Catholic Church in Africa.

An OUP book about FOCUS missionaries.

Garry Wills explains the Quran, in paperback!

A study of Fr. Hernando Ruiz de Alarcón’s Treatise on the Heathen Superstitions That Today Live among the Indians Native to This New Spain, written in 1629 to aid the Church in evangelizing the natives of central Mexico.

Three heretical professors of Christian teaching in the early 20th century, and their influence.

Profiles in Courage for the pro-life movement.

A history of the sacrament of penance in North America, from the 17th century until 2015.

This study focuses on the Otomangue languages of Oaxaca in southern Mexico, especially Zapotec, and relates their role within the Dominican program of evangelization to the larger context of cultural contact in post-conquest Mesoamerica.

A Spanish priest encourages us to learn meditation.

Michael Lewis’s new book about bureaucracy.

The autobiographies of Michelle Obama and Stormy Daniels, which I have decided not to link.

Diarmaid MacCulloch’s biography of Thomas Cromwell.

The “lost history of liberalism”.

More biographies, of: God, Nietzsche, NapoleonChopinthe fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce.

Changes to the Constitution in the generation after it was adopted.

Christian living in the suburbs.


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