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Archbishop John Francis Noll (1875-1956) had a significant impact on Catholic publishing during his 58 years of priestly ministry. His skill in defending and explaining the Faith was honed during the early 1900s, when he began his mission work to non-Catholics, often attending Klu Klux Klan and other anti-Catholic rallies in order to directly confront the speakers and attendees. He launched what has become one of the largest Catholic publishing houses in the world, Our Sunday Visitor. In addition to creating a national Catholic newspaper and distributing millions of topical pamphlets on the Faith, he published several books, among which Father Smith Instructs Jackson quickly became a best-seller. He earned the honorary title of Archbishop as a sign of the Vatican's esteem for his work.
Paul Thigpen is the editor of Our Sunday Visitor's The Catholic Answer magazine. He is the author of many books, including Building Catholic Family Traditions (Our Sunday Visitor) and The Passion: Reflections on the Suffering and Death of Jesus Christ (Allegiance Press).
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Book Description Our Sunday Visitor, 1975. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110879738642
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