Grace comprises a series of conferences given by Raphael Moss, O.P., to students at Oxford University at the end of the nineteenth century. Theologically rich and doctrinally sound, Fr. Moss’s conferences are rooted in the fertile soil of Thomistic thought, and aim at aiding the reader “to contemplate the workings of this supernatural life, to understand the sources of its power and energy, the means to which it has recourse in time of weakness and failure and the consequences of final triumph or defeat.” With the addition of a new and insightful Introduction by Ezra Sullivan, O.P., Grace will give readers abundant encouragement in their spiritual lives.
About the Author
Raphael Moss, O.P., (1863–1940) was an English Dominican priest, theologian, and missionary.
Praise for Grace
“This book is one of the very best books I have read on the subject of grace. It is truly splendid and worthy of its sublime subject.” ~Dr. Pravin Thevathasan, Editor of Catholic Medical Quarterly (UK)