The chapters are arranged in a certain order: historical and doctrinal overviews (chapters 1–3), in-depth investigations by Thomists (4–7), a vigorous defense of the non-infallibility thesis (chapters 8–9), and specific concerns raised by more recent situations (10–15). That being said, the chapters do not have to be read in any particular order, and those who are looking for the fundamentals of the debate may wish to prioritize 2–3, 7–9, and 11.
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Table of Contents
1 The Church Triumphant and
the Rules of Canonization Today: Jean-François Thomas, S.J.
2 The Cult of Saints in the Catholic Church: José Antonio Ureta
3 History and Role of the “Devil’s Advocate”: Phillip Campbell
4 The Infallibility of Canonizations: A Revisionist History of the Arguments: William Matthew Diem
5 Infallibility and Canonizations: A Disputation: Thomas Crean, O.P.
6 A Reponse to Fr. Crean: William Matthew Diem
7 Canonization and Infallibility: Msgr. Brunero Gherardini
8 The Authority of Canonizations: John R.T. Lamont
9 The Infallibility of Canonizations and the Morals of the Faithful: John R.T. Lamont
10 Approaching the Subject of Canonization: with Careful Steps: Fr. John Hunwicke
11 The Canonization Crisis: Christopher Ferrara
12 True and False Saints in the Church: Roberto de Mattei
13 On the Proposed Canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II: Roberto de Mattei
14 Animadversions on the Canonization of Paul VI: Peter A. Kwasniewski
15 Walking into a Trap: Joseph Shaw