William Eusebius Andrews


Editor, author. In 1799 he became editor of the “Norfolk Chronicle,” and in 1813 went to London to advance Catholicism by means of the press. His many Catholic periodicals all failed after brief periods, generally for lack of funds. “The Truth Teller,” which he published in England, 1824, was directly responsible for New York’s first Catholic paper, which also bore that name. Among his writings are “The Conspiracy of Titus Oates” and “Review of Foxe’s Book of Martyrs.”



MLA Citation

  • “William Eusebius Andrews”. New Catholic Dictionary. CatholicSaints.Info. 21 November 2019. Web. 25 February 2021. <>