Adolphe Tanquerey

Adolphe Tanquerey was born in Blainville, France, in 1854 and began his studies at the college of Saint-Lô and then, from 1873, at the Major Seminary of Coutances, until 1875, when he entered the seminary of Saint-Sulpice in Paris. After two years of study in Rome, he obtained his doctorate in theology in 1878 at […]

Donald Attwater

Donald Attwater (24 December 1892–30 January 1977) was a British Catholic author, editor and translator, and a visiting lecturer at the University of Notre Dame.His parents were Methodists who became Anglicans while Attwater was a child and he himself became a Catholic at the age of 18. He studied Law but did not earn a […]

Friedrich Justus Heinrich Knecht

Friedrich Justus Knecht was born in 1839 in Bruchsal, near Karlsruhe, Germany. Baptized a Protestant, he was brought up Catholic at the request of his mother. He was ordained in 1862 and served in the Archdiocese of Freiburg. He enjoyed considerable success as a teacher and administrator in the school system there, and had an […]

Lionel Johnson

Lionel Johnson (1867-1902) was perhaps the finest poet and critic of the English fin de siècle. A major influence on Yeats, Pound and Eliot, admired by Harold Bloom and Paul Elmer More, his mysterious life and death, and association with the Decadent movement, have given rise to numerous legends. Yet in spite of his importance […]

Robert Asch

Robert Asch is the editor of the Saint Austin Press and a cofounder of the Saint Austin Review. His books include The Romantic Poets, volumes I and II (Ignatius). He lives in Preston with his wife and children.

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