Saint Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, is one of the enduring figures in the history of the Catholic Church: politician, philosopher and poet, the greatest churchman of his century and an inspiration to Pope John Paul II. Anselm has been many things to many people. Michael Green gives us a closer look at a saint whom Dante names among the spirits of light and power in Paradise.
Hebe Press, 2000. Softcover, 46 pp.