An established writer before the Second Vatican Council, Solange Hertz wrote for most Catholic periodicals and had five books to her credit, one a selection of the Catholic Literary Foundation. When she refused to adjust her theology to the new “Spirit of Vatican II,” her manuscripts almost overnight became unacceptable to her former editors. After a series of articles on feminine spirituality for the oldTriumphmagazine, she continued speaking for tradition by successfully producingThe Thought of Their HeartandSin Revisitedon her own.
In 1973 she began writing theBig Rock Papers, published privately throughout the next decade and the source of the highly acclaimedStar Spangled Heresy: Americanism, published in 1992. Currently her articles can be found inThe Remnant, and abroad inApropos,Christian OrderandAction Familiale et Scolaire. Mrs. Hertz is universally regarded as one of traditional Catholicism’s foremost writers.