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Frederic Hastings Smyth

1888-1960

Frederic Hastings Smyth and the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth


The Catholic Church and Her Environment
reprinted from The Living Church, April 25, May 9, and May 23, 1936.

Catholic Ceremonies and Catholic Faith
From The Living Church, September 12, 1936, pp. 271-272.

Manhood into God.
New York: Round Table Press, Inc., 1940.

Science and the "Scientific" Scepticism of Our Time.
By John Wild.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, 1940.

The Society of the Catholic Commonwealth.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, [1941].

The Sacrament of Penance
A Practical Guide to Confession for those who wish to play a full part in laying the foundation of the Kingdom of God by building a Sacramental Commonwealth within this world.
Society of the Catholic Commonwealth
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, [1941].

Discerning the Lord's Body: The Rationale of a Catholic Democracy
By Frederic Hastings Smyth, Ph.D., Superior of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth
Louisville, Kentucky: The Cloister Press, 1946.

The Anámnesis of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ Containing the Liturgies of the Offertory, Consecration, and Holy Communion, Commonly Called the Mass
According to the Use of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, 1947.

Western Christianity's Whence and Whither: An Analysis in Dialectic Terms
By F. Hastings Smyth and D. Hecht
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, 1948.

Sacrifice: A Doctrinal Homily.
New York: Vantage Press, Inc., 1953.

The Immaculate Conception of Saint Mary the Virgin: An Eirenic Essay
Wadsworth, Illinois: McGuire-Johnson, 1954.

The Kingdom of God in Time and Eternity
A Meditation by F. Hastings Smyth, Ph.D., Superior
Gloucester, Massachusetts: For the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth, 1955.

The Little Office According to the Use of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Oratory of Saint Mary and Saint Michael, no date.

Metacosmesis: The Christian Marxism of Frederic Hastings Smyth and the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth
By Terry Brown
A Dissertation submitted to the graduate division of the University of Toronto
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Theology, 1987.


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