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Monday, December 28, 2009

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Ed Peters

I assumed Shakespeare's obvious Catholicism in high school when I started reading him, and only later did I find out this was a hotly debated topic. Ah, youth. Anyway, I'm glad we have Pearce's et al to hash it out for those needing proof.

What I wonder, though, is how this signature story might cut, for or against, the Oxfordian theory.

Jakian Thomist

Several non-Catholic writers have also acknowledged that Shakespeare was Catholic.

"The Shakespeares and The Old Faith" written by non-Catholic John Henry de Groot is also an excellent read on the mattter.

It is published by Real View Books with a postscript by Fr. Stanley Jaki. It can be viewed at http://www.realviewbooks.com/catalog0.html

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