Why Do You Go to Church? by the Reverend Arthur Ritchie.
Parish of the Ascension Guild, Chicago, no date.
A Few Words about Confirmation.
Milwaukee: The Young Churchman Company, no date.
Six Sermons to Men, Preached in St. Ignatius' Church, New York City, During Lent, 1888.
New York: American Bank Note Co., 1888.
Sermon I. Facts and Fancies; Or, What to believe
Sermon II. Christians and Other People
Sermon III. Why I Am a Catholic
Sermon IV. The Real Presence
Sermon V. Practical Religion
Sermon VI. After Death What?
Dancing before the Lord and Other Sermons Preached in St. Ignatius' Church, New York
New York: The Guild of St. Ignatius, 1892. Reprinted from "Catholic Champion."
Through Fire and Water And Other Sermons, Preached in St. Ignatius' Church, New York
New York: The Guild of St. Ignatius, 1898. Reprinted from "Catholic Champion."
I. Through Fire and Water
II. Rivers of Living Water
III. Homage and Departure
IV. "Whence knowest thou Me?"
V. Dogs and Swine
VI. The Head of the Corner
VII. The Sacraments of the Catholic Church
VIII. Conditions of Prevailing Prayer
IX. The Sound of the Lord God
X. The Token of the Rainbow
XI. Cleaving to the Dust
XII. Tabernacle and Temple
In Memory of the Rev. Thomas McKee Brown, M.A. Pastor Teacher, Priest.
New York: E & J. B. Young and Co., 1899.
The Rev. Arthur Ritchie's Sermon
Arthur Ritchie, D.D.: An Appreciation Given While He Lives
By William Harman van Allen
Reprinted from The Living Church