Atila Sinke Guimar„es
The DAILY CATHOLIC is
honored to add Atila Sinke Guimar„es to our list of
contributing columnists. He is the distinguished author of the
11-volume collection Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani (My God,
My God, Why hast Thou forsaken me?). To date two volumes of this
collection have been published in English: In the Murky Waters of
Vatican II and Animus Delendi- 1 (Desire to
Destroy). In 1999 a special edition to the Collection, Quo
Vadis, Petre? was also released.
This prolific writer was born in Rio de
Janiero and tutored by his esteemed mentor Professor Plinio
Correa de Oliveira for many years. Both Atila and his mentor
spent many years in studies and researches, which included several
trips to Europe and other countries of South America.
He is co-author of two timely statements
addressed to Pope John Paul II on the responsibility of the
Pontiff in upholding Church doctrine and tradition in We Resist
You to the Face and An Urgent Plea: Do Not Change the
His most recent work is a photo book
co-authored with Marian
T. Horvat entitled Previews of the New Papacy. He has
also authored numerous booklets published by Tradition In Action,
Inc. which we highly endorse.
Atila Guimar„es is a contributor to Catholic
periodicals, and has regular columns in The Remnant,
Catholic Family News, and now The DAILY
CATHOLIC. In February 2000, the International Biographical
Center of Cambridge included him in the 2000 Outstanding Writers of
the 20th Century in honor of his contribution in the field of
Contemporary Religious Analysis.
His resume represents years of studies which
began with Engineering from 1964-67; Law studies 1967-70; three
years of French Literature; four years of Medieval History Studies;
four years of Catholic Church History; eight years studying
Philosophy as well as Politics; with sixteen years of Apologetics on
Contemporary Religious Studies.