About Abbot Vonier: A bestselling author in England of the 1920s-that golden age of Catholic letters when Chesterton, Knox and Belloc flourished- Abbot Vonier was a gifted intellectual who regraded his literary activity as part of the mission with which Divine Providence had charged him. Vonier penned some fifteen works of popular theology, developing "a vast company of admires who welcomed every new book of his with enthusiasm."
Although largely forgotten today, Abbot Vonier's work remains absolutely fresh and engaging, filled with rich insight lucidly conveyed.
Softcover. 112 pp.