The Mother of God
(A Reply to Dr. Pusey's Eirenicon)
This book of Newman's is one of the finest among all writings on Mary. Newman rebuts with a vibrant defense of Marian dogmas and devotion, the claim of Anglo-Catholicism that it represents the Church of the Fathers. Newman is surely opposed to a reunion project that would demand a lessening of devotion to Mary. In his words: "The honour of our Lady is dearer to them (Catholics in England) than the conversion of England."
By John Henry Newman
Introduction by Fr. Stanley L. Jaki
lxxxi + 151 pages