Author:Vincent McNabb

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Vincent McNabb

Irish author and priest


  • Bishop Brownlow (1830–1901). Catholic Truth Society (1902)
  • Where Believers May Doubt: or Studies in Biblical Inspiration and Other Problems of Faith. Burns and Oates (1903)
  • Oxford Conferences on Prayer. Kegan Paul (1903)
  • Oxford Conferences on Faith. Kegan Paul (1905)
  • Infallibility. Longmans Green (1905)
  • (ed.) The Decrees of the Vatican Council (1907) (transcription project)
  • Our Reasonable Service: An Essay on the Understanding of the Deep Things of God. Burns and Oates (1912)
  • The Children's Hour of Heaven on Earth. P.J. Kenedy (1914)
  • Europe's Ewe-Lamb and Other Essays on the Great War. R & T Washbourne (1916)
  • The Doctrinal Witness of the Fourth Gospel. Catholic Truth Society pamphlet (1922)
  • From a Friar's Cell. P.J. Kenedy (1923)
  • The Mysticism of St. Thomas. Basil Blackwell (1924)
  • The Church and the Land. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1926)
  • The Catholic Church and Philosophy (with an introduction by Hilaire Belloc). Burns Oates and Washbourne (1927)
  • The New Testament Witness to St. Peter. Sheed and Ward (1928)
  • St. Thomas Aquinas and Law (pamphlet). Blackfriars (1929)
  • Thoughts Twice-Dyed. Sheed and Ward (1930)
  • The New Testament Witness to Our Blessed Lady. Sheed and Ward (1930)
  • God's Book and Other Poems. St. Dominic's Press (1931)
  • Nazareth or Social Chaos. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1933)
  • Geoffrey Chaucer: A Study in His Genius and Ethics. St. Dominic's Press (1934)
  • The Wayside: A Priest's Gleanings. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1934)
  • The Craft of Prayer. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1935)
  • St. John Fisher. Sheed and Ward (1935)
  • Francis Thompson and Other Essays (with an introduction by G. K. Chesterton). St. Dominic's Press (1935)
  • The Science of Prayer (A Revised Edition of Oxford Conferences on Prayer). St. Dominic's Press (1936)
  • The Craft of Suffering: Verbatim Notes of Instruction on Suffering Given During Retreats at the Cenacle Convents 1930–35. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1936)
  • God's Way of Mercy: Verbatim Notes of Retreat Instructions. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1936)
  • Frontiers of Faith and Reason. Sheed and Ward (1937)
  • God's Good Cheer. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1937)
  • St. Elizabeth of Portugal. Sheed and Ward (1937)
  • The Church and Reunion: Some Thoughts on Christian Reunion. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1937)
  • In Our Valley: Notes of Retreat Instructions. Burns Oates and Washbourne. (1938)
  • A Life of Jesus Christ Our Lord. Sheed and Ward (1938)
  • Joy in Believing. Burnes Oates and Washbourne (1939)
  • Mary of Nazareth. P.J. Kenedy (1939)
  • St. Mary Magdalen. Burnes Oates and Washbourne (1940)
  • Eleven, Thank God! Memories of a Catholic Mother. Sheed and Ward (1940)
  • Confession to a Priest. Catholic Truth Society pamphlet (1941)
  • Some Mysteries of Jesus Christ. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1941)
  • Catholics and Nonconformists. Catholic Truth Society pamphlet (1942)
  • Old Principles and the New Order. Sheed and Ward (1942)
  • Did Jesus Christ Rise from the Dead? Catholic Truth Society pamphlet (1943)
  • An Old Apostle Speaks (with a memoir by Fr. Gerald Vann, O.P.). Blackfriars (1946)
  • Faith and Prayer. Blackfriars (1953)
  • A Father McNabb Reader. P.J. Kenedy (1954)
  • The Prayers of Fr. McNabb (pamphlet). Newman Press (1955)
  • A Vincent McNabb Anthology: Selections from the Writings of Vincent McNabb, O.P. Blackfriars (1955)
  • Stars of Comfort: Retreat Conferences. Burns Oates and Washbourne (1957)
  • Meditations on St. John. Aquin Press (1962)

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1927.

The author died in 1943, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.