Questions and Answers
on the DaVinci Code Nancy
de Flon and John Vidmar, OP
In a user-friendly question-and-answer format, this book not only
refutes the errors in The Da Vinci Code, but also discusses the
riches of the Catholic historical, cultural, and faith heritage
that the novel ignores.
de Flon, who holds a PhD in church history from Union Theological
Seminary in New York City, is an editor at Paulist Press. She has
also written The Joy of Praying the Psalms (Resurrection Press).
John Vidmar, OP, holds an STD from the Angelicum
in Rome. He is the Provincial Archivist and associate professor
of theology at Providence College in Providence, RI. He is also
the author of The Catholic Church through the Ages (Paulist Press).
John Vidmar,OP, holds
an STD from the Angelicum in Rome. He is the Provincial Archivist
and adjunct professor of theology at Providence College in Providence,
The Catholic Church Through the Ages
John Vidmar, OP
The CATHOLIC CHURCH THROUGH THE AGES is a one-volume survey
of the history of the Catholic Church from its beginning until (and
including) the pontificate of John Paul II. The book explains the
Church’s progress by using Christopher Dawson’s division
of the Church’s history into six distinct “ages,”
or 350-400 year periods of time, each cycle beginning with great
enthusiasm and advancement and ending in decline and loss.Writing
with the experience of twenty years of teaching, the author has
fashioned an ideal text that combines substance with readability.
Fr. Fenwick's "Little American Province," 200 Years of the Dominican Friars in the United States
by John Vidmar, OP
Since the time of St Dominic, more than 800 years ago, Dominicans have been
living and sharing the message of the Gospel. Today thousands of sisters,
nuns, priests, brothers, associates, and laity serve in more than 100 countries
around the globe.