Excerpt from Converts to Rome: Since the Tractarian Movement to May, 1899In the present month this compilation attains its majority, for it was in June, 1878, that the lists bearing the title of Romes Recruits first appeared in the columns of theMoreExcerpt from Converts to Rome: Since the Tractarian Movement to May, 1899In the present month this compilation attains its majority, for it was in June, 1878, that the lists bearing the title of Romes Recruits first appeared in the columns of the Whitehall Review.Since that date, and especially since that of the edition of 1892, the constant flow of conversions to Holy Church (the real old English Church, the Church that alone could be recognised by an Augustine, a Bede, a Dunstan, an a Becket or a Langton, could they but visit this land of 300 sects), and lastly the present acute crisis which is taking place in our midst in religious matters, have impelled me to issue a new and greatly enlarged edition of Converts to Rome.Having been repeatedly asked how I became connected with this publication, I deem this a fitting occasion to satisfy the legitimate curiosity of my kind correspondents.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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