Thursday, September 13, 2007

Future IHS Press Books to Watch Out For

[Editor's note: We do not have any further information on these books at this time, but look for them to hit shelves sometime in the new year. Fans of the writing of Fr. Vincent McNabb will be delighted.

In addition, for those of you who are having problems ordering through IHS, we recommend you email them at info@ihspress.com. Please be patient with them as they are revamping their website.]


This reckless living on Capital, this consumption of what should last, is flagrant in many spheres. Take our forests. The modern world has destroyed more timber in fifty years than has probably been destroyed since Hiram cut down cedars for the Temple of Jerusalem, or Tutankamen ordered his royal coffin. Indeed, when we realize that to produce a daily newspaper with its million or two million copies we need tons of wood-pulp, every day’s issue means the consumption of a glade. Experts whose word seems of weight reckon that at our present rate of consumption the world now holds only twenty-five years’ of wood. We are living on Capital

-Fr. Vincent McNabb, Nazareth or Social Chaos

Henry Somerville was an English born Catholic journalist who, after moving to Canada, edited The Catholic Register. Under the influence of Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum, he became a champion of Catholic Social Doctrine.

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