The Roman Index of Forbidden Books (Betten)
The Roman Index of Forbidden Books
BRIEFLY EXPLAINED FOR CATHOLIC BOOKLOVERS AND STUDENTS
FRANCIS S. BETTEN, S.J.
B. HERDER BOOK CO.,
17 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo.,
68 Great Russell St., London, W. C.,
St. Louis, August 15, 1915
A. J. Burrowes, S. J.,
Praep. Prov. Missour.
Sti. Ludovici, die 6. Aug. 1920
F. G. Holweck,
Sti. Ludovici, die 7. Aug. 1920
✠ Joannes J. Glennon,
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BINGHAMTON AND NEW YORK
This short treatise was written for the benefit of those who cannot devote much time to the study of the Index. The following books will serve to obtain a more detailed information.
An English translation of the Constitution "Officiorum ac munerum" is contained in The Great Encyclical Letters of Pope Leo XIII, with Preface by Rev. John J. Wynne, S.J. New York, Benziger Bros. $2.00.
Francis S. Betten, S.J.
St. Ignatius College,
A short summary of this book, entitled, "Ten Elementary Questions Concerning the Roman Index of Forbidden Books," is published by the Society of the Divine Word, Techny Ill. (5 cents.) It will be found serviceable for distribution in clubs and societies, for sale at the church doors, and for supplementing the religious instruction in the higher classes of educational institutions.
|Section II.—A Summary of the Index.|
Appendix: Literary Guide-Books.