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A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics

A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics

that suffer for their faith both at home and abroad, against a false, seditious and slanderous libel, entitled "The execution of justice in England." Wherein is declared, how unjustly the Protestants do charge Catholics with treason. Volume 1

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Published by London, Manresa Press, St. Louis, B. Herder in Volume 1 of 2. .
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Alban Langdale, Reasons why Catholics may go to Church, 71 William Allen, A True, Sincere, and Modest Defence of English Catholics, 75 A Declaration of the Sentence and Deposition of Elizabeth, 77 Henry Garnet, Of Indulgences or Pardons.

Collishaw drew his inspiration from a book in Ushaw’s extensive archive. “I was drawn to a document in the library The True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics (), annotated by Elizabeth’s chief priest hunter and torturer Richard Topcliffe. It outlines the two diametrically opposing viewpoints that defined religious.

The execution of justice in England / by William Cecil ; and, A true, sincere, and modest defense of English Catholics / by William Allen ; edited by Robert M. Kingdon published for the Folger Shakespeare Library by Cornell University Press Ithaca, N.Y   Title page of William Allen’s A true, sincere, and modest defence of English Catholiques ().An illicit Catholic book annotated by Richard Topcliffe, the infamous torturer of Elizabethan Catholics “Groaning for the Gallows,” with his further caveat: “To bee redd & vsed for ye Service of God, Q Elizabethe, & the peace of Englande, & for No other pvrpose, Or Cause.”.

This dual view of the one person and one act, which has considerable contemporary relevance, was illustrated by Ushaw’s copy of ‘A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics that suffer for their faith both at home and abroad against a. 3 Robert M. Kingdon (ed.), A True Sincere and Modest Defense of English Catholics by William Allen (Ithaca, New York, ), pp.

xxxvi-xxxvii. 4 Lindsay Boynton, The Elizabethan Militia, (London, ), p. A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics that suffer for 1 copy Certain select discourses on those most important subjects, requisite to 1 copy Ad persecutores anglos pro catholicis domi forisque persecutionem 1 copy.

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A True, Sincere, and Modest Defense of English Catholics by William Allen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, Lemon, Robert, ed.

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Author of A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics, The letters and memorials of William, Cardinal Allen. (), Cardinal Allen's defence of Sir William Stanley's surrender of Deventer, JanuA true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics that suffer for their faith both at home and abroad, against a false, seditions and slanderous libel entitled.

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Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, ). 31 Robert, M. Kingdon ed. William Allen's A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics, (New York, ) p. 69 32 Robert, M. Kingdon ed. William Cecil's The Execution of Justice in England, (New York, ) p.

In the College archive he found a small book, William Allen’s A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics (). The book is shown here, open at the title page, with annotations by Richard Topcliffe, ‘Compiled by that monsterous trator (sic) Dr Allen,’ Topcliffe has written in a decorative hand, and ‘Woe betide to him, who.

You want to see a ruckus in Catholic cyberspace. All you have to do is link together the words Catholic and modesty or, better, Blessed Virgin and Fisher, who writes for the National Catholic Register, rode on the skirt-tails of “Pants!” to Catholic blogging superstardom a few years back with a couple of hysterical posts on the subject (here and here).

Catholics were being persecuted. In William Allen, a Catholic attempted to bring attention to this inequality between Catholics and Protestants. In Chapter 9 of his book A True, Sincere, and Modest Defense of English Catholics he starts off connecting all Christians by comparing their blood as being equal, as being “holy blood.”.

From A True, Sincere, and Modest Defense of English Catholics William Allen Pg William Allen was a man who thought that Catholicism was the only religion that should be in England.

He wanted the people of Catholicism to disobey the law that required them to attend Protestant services. He was very high-strung in his attempt to regain the Catholicism power in England at the time by taking on. Author of A Briefe Historie of the Glorious Martyrdom of Twelve Reverend Priests, A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics that suffer for their faith both at home and abroad, against a false, seditions and slanderous libel entitled, and A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics that Suffer for Their Faith both at Home and Abroad, Against a False, Seditious and /5(2).

by William Cecil ; and A true, sincere, and modest defense of English Catholics by William Allen ; edited by Robert M. Kingdon. Imprint Ithaca, N.Y.: Published for the Folger Shakespeare Library by Cornell University Press, Physical description xxxvii, p.

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Martyr, b. at Wells, Somerset: ; d. at Andover, Wilts., 2 November, He studied at Winchester and New College, Oxford, of which he became a Fellow in William Allen English Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church Allen, William, kardinál, occasioned by the late reprinting of a Jesuites book.

About succession to the crown of England, pretended to have been written by R. Doleman [ps., Robert Parsons]. True, sincere and modest defence of english catholiques: The works. A true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholics that suffer for their faith both at home and abroad, against a false, seditious and slanderous libel, entitled: "The execution of justice in England".

2 vols. Louis, Mo.: B. Herder, ((The Catholic Library, 4). Early Modern Catholicism makes available in modern spelling and punctuation substantial Catholic contributions to literature, history, political thought, devotion, and theology in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

Rather than perpetuate the usual stereotypes and misinformation, it provides a fresh look at Catholic writing long suppressed, marginalized, and ignored. William Allen, A true, sincere, and modest defence of English Catholiques (Reims, ) Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed.

"Ven. John Bodey". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton. ‘A true, sincere, and modest Defence of the English Catholiques that suffer for their faith both at home and abrode against a false, seditious, and slaunderous Libel, intituled “The Execution of Justice in England.”’ Ingoldstadt,12mo (anon.).

English [] Etymology []. From Latin irreligiositas. Noun []. irreligiosity (countable and uncountable, plural irreligiosities) (uncountable) Quality of being irreligious, William Allen, A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics, London: The Manresa Press,Volume 2, Chapter 8, p.And it is a singular note of irreligiosity in our days, that these profane heretics.Martyr, b.

at Wells, Somerset: ; d. at Andover, Wilts., 2 November, He studied at Winchester and New College, Oxford, of which he became a Fellow in In June,he was deprived, with seven other Fellows, by the Visitor, Horne, Protestant Bishop of year he went to Douay College to study civil law, returned to England in February,and probably married.Domnus apostolicus, contraction of dominus apostolicus (Latin for apostolic lord, in a literal translation), is an epithet or title historically applied to popes, especially from the 6th to the 11th centuries, and was sometimes applied to other bishops also.

A more recent sense-for-sense translation in the Litany of the Saints of the term is apostolic prelate though the 21st century.