Bishop George Hay

Bishop George Hay (1729-1811), was a convert to the Catholic Faith and a writer who in his later years authored various works.  After studies in Rome he was ordained a priest.  Later in life he became bishop of the Lowland District in Scotland.  His first insight into Catholic teaching had occurred when he spent a year in jail in London after his involvement in an uprising, an event that prompted his conversion at age 20.


Eternal Salvation: a Meditation

Below is an excerpt from a new TAN classic, The Enemies of Salvation: the Flesh, the World, and the Devil by Bishop George Hay, a convert to the Faith and renowned English-language theologian who lived from 1729 to 1811.    This work is part of the TAN Books series which includes parts of old, timeless…