ABBOT AIDAN BELLENGER OF DOWNSIDE
Abbot Aidan is author of the authoritative book about French refugee priests French Exiled Clergy in the British Isles after 1789.
Many congratulations on the publication of your book and its a great contribution to the history of the catholic Church in Reading. It adds much to my
Tony is the author of the authoritaive book about recusancy Thames Valley Papists.
He wrote to us
congratulating us on your excellent new book. I really enjoyed it and found
it most interesting. It is a splendid achievement.
Sidney Gold is a well know local historian and authority on local art and architecture. He has written many books among them the invaluable reference book about Reading architects A Biographical Dictionary of Architects at Reading
He wrote to us saying Reformation, Revolution and Rebirth is an excellent book on St James', I don't think you have
left a stone unturned ! The cover illustration by your son certainly enhances the whole appearance.
ABBOT GEOFFREY SCOTT OF DOUAI ABBEY, Upper Woolhampton,
Abbot Geoffrey is the author of several informative and influential volumes including those about the history of the area. He has overseen the development of
the magnificent new library and archive centre at the Abbey. For further information visit the website http://www.douaiabbey.org.uk/library.htm
Congratulations, a good job done for posterity!
XN FREE MONTHLY MAGAZINE
XN is a comparatively new publication which is rapidly acquiring a well deserved reputation as a thoughtful and thought provoking newspaper which looks at life in and around Reading from a Christian perspective.
In the September issue 2012 it describes Reformation, Revolution and Rebirth as a
fascinating book documenting the return of
Catholicism to Reading after the Reformation and the founding of St James Parish
PORTSMOUTH PEOPLE: OCT - NOV 2012
Porstmouth People is the magazine of the Catholic Diocese of Portsmouth. It is available free both online and in Catholic churches throughout the
Colin Parkes' review of the book, along with Lindsay Mullaney's biography of Father Longuet, appears in the October/November edition.
This fascinating book is of much greater than local interest. It sets in a wide context an encouraging story about the resilience of the Catholic Church in
The account, is painstakingly researched by retired teachers and bookshop owners
John and Lindsay Mullaney.