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The Works of Basil William Maturin (5 vols.)
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The Works of Basil William Maturin (5 vols.)

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Longmans, Green, and Co. 1896–1917

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Overview

Basil William Maturin wrote from the unique perspective of an Irish Anglican priest turned Catholic priest. Writing with great warmth and insight, he composed classic works on Christian living. Explore five of Maturin’s finest texts, and learn from his clear and practical wisdom on principles of the spiritual life. Dive into topics such as prayer, the hidden life, contrition, and mortification. Find an in-depth analysis of the Beatitudes. Gain insights for practical growth in discipline with Self-Knowledge and Self-Discipline, in which Maturin discusses various areas of discipline—the mind, the will, the body, and more. You’ll also get a collection of his best sermons, and his poignant work on the intricate relationship between the Catholic and Anglican Churches.

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Key Features

  • Provides the unique perspective of B. W. Maturin on a variety of topics within Christian living
  • Offers a collection of Maturin’s sermons
  • Includes practical works discussing the spiritual life

Individual Titles

Some Principles and Practices of the Spiritual Life

  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1896
  • Pages: 238

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This volume offers an accessible introduction to essential principles and practices of Christian living, as found in Scripture. Writing with warmth and pastoral insight, B. W. Maturin begins by laying out the aim of Christian living, and then discusses a variety of spiritual principles and practices, covering topics such as mortification, prayer, contrition, the presence of God, and perseverance.

Laws of the Spiritual Life

  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 312

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In this volume, B. W. Maturin uses the Beatitudes as a template for outlining the laws of the spiritual life. Written in his straight forward style, B. W. Maturin provides an in-depth pastoral study of the opening verses of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. With an eye toward the practical, Maturin explains each of the eight Beatitudes and offers wisdom about how we can apply them today.

Self-Knowledge and Self-Discipline

  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1906
  • Pages: 320

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Speaking plainly and practically in this volume, B. W. Maturin shares a wealth of insights on the challenging topic of discipline. He begins by discussing “knowledge of self” as the foundation to build upon, discussing how “the knowledge of self is as necessary for the spiritual life as is the knowledge of God. It is at once a condition and an effect of this knowledge.” Maturin then moves into the bulk of the work where he discusses a variety of self-disciplines—including discipline of the will, the mind, the affections, and the body—as he encourages and challenges readers to grow in these areas.

The Price of Unity

  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1912
  • Pages: 324

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Beginning as an Anglican priest, then converting to Catholicism and becoming a Catholic priest, B. W. Maturin was uniquely positioned to comment on the relationship between the Catholic and Anglican Churches. In this volume, Maturin brings his wealth of experience to bear as he speaks sensitively and insightfully on the subject, offering wisdom with implications for Christian unity on a broader scale.

Sermons and Sermon Notes

  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Editor: Wilfrid Ward
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Pages: 350

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Published posthumously by friends of Maturin, this volume contains manuscripts of some of the best sermons he gave in later years. Maturin was notoriously difficult to record accurately when he preached, and his friend Wilfrid Ward was crucial to compiling the complete texts in this volume. Ward “was so closely in tune with Father Maturin’s thoughts and modes of expression that he was able to see and bring out the meaning of many obscure passages [of the sermons].” Maturin often wrote out three or four versions of what he would preach, and Ward includes some of these drafts as well. Sermon topics include “The Mystery of Suffering,” “On Prayer,” “Christianity and the Modern World,” “Sin,” “Sorrow Turned into Joy,” and “St. Theresa.”

Product Details

  • Title: The Works of Basil William Mautrin
  • Author: B. W. Maturin
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,544

About B. W. Maturin

Basil William Maturin (1847–1915) was an Irish Anglican priest and writer from Dublin. He was educated at Trinity College, and in 1876, he moved to Philadelphia, where he grew in attraction to the Catholic Church until he joined in 1897. He was ordained into Catholic priesthood by his best friend a year later and was soon appointed as the Catholic chaplain to the University of Oxford. He lost his life in the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915, and was last seen alive standing on one of the decks with hand upraised, giving the Extreme Unction—a sacramental prayer for the dying. Maturin was also the author of Practical Studies on the Parables of Our Lord.