Sedes Sapientiæ is a quarterly review published in French, founded more than thirty-five years ago by the Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer. It is placed under the protection of Our Lady, “Seat of Wisdom” (Sedes Sapientiæ in Latin) and of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Its aim is to help Christians deepen their religious knowledge by forming their intelligences in the light of the common Doctor of the Church, Saint Thomas Aquinas, and to contribute to religious debates in fidelity to Catholic Tradition and the Church’s magisterium.

Sedes Sapientiæ has many English-speaking friends and benefactors around the world. We are happy to thank them by offering this special issue to the public.

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About Us - An Interview with the Founder of the Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer - Louis-Marie de Blignières
Canon Law - The Pope and the Law of Religious Institutes - Louis-Marie de Blignières
Theology - The Magisterial Authority of Vatican II - Bernard Lucien
Liturgy - Ex Oriente Lux: St. John Paul II, the Eastern Rites, and the Traditional Roman Rite - John Pepino
Testimony - An Ex-Muslim’s impressions of the Traditional Mass - Derya Little
Spirituality - Adam before the Fall - A priest of the Order of Preachers
Sermon - A Sermon on Transubstantiation - Joseph-Marie Gilliot
Dominican Life - An English Lay Brother in France - Vincent-Marie Hoare
Review - Augustin-Marie Aubry, Obéir ou Assentir ? - Laurent-Marie Pocquet du Haut-Jussé and Antoine-Marie de Araujo
Short reviews
Brian Besong, Jonathan Fuqua (eds), Faith and Reason, Philosophers Explain Their Turn to Catholicism
Paul Williams, The Unexpected Way, On converting from Buddhism to Catholicism
Humbert of Romans, De Oratione

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