This account is quite different from the standard popular history books dealing with the Reformation in England, for it is written, as it were, from the heart, and whilst emotive in sentiment and language, is nevertheless, I think objective in its insistence on truth - for justice sake rather than popular acclaim. The author dismisses the 'popular' Establishment version of events, which so often presents falsehoods as facts; monarchs, nobles, and churchmen supporting the ‘new’ religion, as righteous and honourable; and anybody or anything Catholic, as worthless, traitorous and contemptible.
'Thoughts from St Alphonsus' - by Rev C McNeiry C.SS.R
'It is certain that God wills the salvation of all men, but He will not save us by force. He has placed before each of us - life and death; whichsoever we choose will be given us' (February 13th)
'Our Lady of Victory, guide and protect us all, especially our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVIth'