OF MARY, THERE IS NEVER ENOUGH by William Biersach. A tribute to the Blessed Virgin Mother that is unequaled in our times.
Drawing on the ancient Fathers and Doctors of the Church and on the hidden Scriptures which tell of the love of God for this singular beauty of His creation, Mr. Biersach has woven a tapestry of his own making, baring a heart not altogether unlike those of the best saints who have written of Her. Some will savor in his writings a whiff of Belloc, others a turn of phrase reminiscent of Chesterton.
Bringing with him the terminology of his own generation and some of the flair of the 60's, the author, like a knight in rusty armor, declares his unworthiness to present to us so sublime a Person as She who has captivated the Heart of God. You will want to give copies of this book to everyone who is dear to you. For the answer to all problems, and to paraphrase St. Bernard, "in all things, give them Our Lady!"
122 pp. Hardcover.
About the Author: William L. Biersach was born in Pasadena, California, on the Feast Day of St. Philip Neri, the "Laughing Saint", in 1953. A product of Catholic grammar and high school, he naturally lost his Faith when the effects of Vatican II came rattling through the world like a maniacal jalopy in the 1960's and 70's. He found his way back to Traditional Rome in 1993 and has been active in trying to reacquaint Catholics with their own religion ever since. Meanwhile, he found a niche at the USC School of Music where he has been teaching recording technology and popular music courses for twenty-seven years. He received the Gamma Sigma Alpha "Professor of the Year" Award in 1997; and his courses on the Beatles and "classic rock" have attracted the attention of CNN, Prime Time Live, Channel One, and Rolling Stone Magazine. He wrote a series of articles entitled "Sach on the Rocks" for JOURNAL SEAMUS (The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States) and, closer to his heart, penned a pamphlet entitled Of Mary There Is Never Enough which was published by Catholic Treasures in 1995. He and his colleague, Charles A. Coulombe, have produced a series of taped lectures entitled "Catholic Fireside Chats" through the same organization. His comprehensive discourse on The Litany of Loreto remains one of their best-sellers. In a musical vein, he has one album in production and two albums in post-production which he hopes to release independently sometime next year.