Thomas Fleming and Mother Teresa: Undoubted Motives in the Morality of Everyday Life

My more than ten years as diocesan censor librorum—was it this past distinction that gained me the happy task of writing this review?—would lead me to grant Thomas Fleming’s The Morality of Everyday Life: Rediscovering an Ancient Alternative to the Liberal Tradition an imprimatur after a few nugatory adjustments, but what a book such as this really needs is a condemnation.

Fr. Hugh Barbour

Father Hugh is prior of St. Michael’s Abbey in Trabuco Canyon, California.

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