8 Great Books to Celebrate the Life of St. Thomas More
G.K. Chesterson said it best in 1929:
Thomas More is important today, but he is not as important now as he will be in 100 years from today.
In an age of moral and cultural relativism, it behooves us to remember why...
Quite simply, More stood up for the truth. For what he knew to be right. He sacrificed everything for his faith.
As a man of principle, he is recognized at as a champion of the rights of conscience. When asked to swear the Oath of Succession to Henry VIII, he sacrificed his life for the unity of the Church.