Shakespeare’s Catholicism: A Critical Analysis of the Bard’s Life and Plays
Taught by Joseph Pearce
In Shakespeare’s Catholicism, Joseph Pearce presents biographical and literary evidence proving the Bard’s adherence to the true Faith in a time of persecution and upheaval in Elizabethan England. Professor Pearce reveals little-known details of Shakespeare’s life, including his Catholic education, openly Catholic father and daughter, his friendship with Jesuit martyr St. Robert Southwell, and his purchase of the Blackfriar’s Gatehouse – a known hub for underground Catholic liturgy.
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