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Fr Aidan Nichols

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Fr Aidan Nichols' Publications

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Three Books – a Common Thread
by Colin Mason

Talk by Fr Aidan Nichols OP on-:
The Future of the Church in England


Articles

Catholic Herald Article

What Theology is


Catholic Theology in Britain

Part 1
Part 2

An article on the Dominicans


Holy Working by Fr Aidan Nichols

A Catholic View of Orthodoxy


Von Balthasar and the Co-redemption


Rediscovering the Holy Sacrifice

Sermon on the Rosary

Message to Benefactors


Behold the Salvation of the World

The Pope throws a lifebelt to a Church drowning in syrup.

Modernism a Century on

Neo-Gnostic Challenges to Orthodoxy and Mission

The divine Father from St. Athenasius to Balthasar


Books
Christendom Awake

Resituating Modern Spirituality by Fr Aidan Nichols - Chapter 14 of the book:

Issues for Comment or Discussion: taken from Christendom Awake

Book Review by Dr. Mark Armitage

The Trilogy: Introduction to Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Balthasar Via Nichols - Extracts


No Bloodless Myth:
Book Review by EDWARD T. OAKES, SJ

Book Review by David Moss


The Shape of Catholic Theology
- Extracts


Epiphany (A Theological Introduction to Catholicism) Chapter 14: Catholicism and Other Religions.

A Grammar of Consent: The Existence of God in Christian Tradition.
Extracts
Part 1
Part 2

Book Review by Professor Douglas Lancashire.

Abortion and Martyrdom

Epiphany : a theological introduction to Catholicism
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The Realm

Beyond the Blue Glass Vols 1 & 2

FROM HERMES TO BENEDICT XVI
Faith and Reason in Modern Catholic Thought

G. K. Chesterton, Theologian

Criticising the Critics
Catholic Apologias for Today

Lost in Wonder


The Chalice of God

Presenting The Chalice of God


Year of the Lord’s Favour
A Homiliary for the Roman Liturgy


The Poet As Believer

A Theological Study of Paul Claudel
Aidan Nichols, O.P




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