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Holy Mass – Reverent or Irreverent?

    Early one Sunday evening, I went to Holy Mass. It was exquisite. The priest wore deep rich purple vestments, for it was Septuagisima Sunday. His chasuble was wholly visible, as he stood facing the tabernacle with the congregation. I was in the choir and the Gregorian chant we sang was sublime. The incense was heavenly and the priest’s […]

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Alter Christus – The Preciousness of the Priesthood

    ‘After having instituted the Holy Eucharist, He [Jesus Christ] became one with His Church, with His members’ (Dom Marmion in Union with God). ‘When you ask a child what the figure of the priest evokes from him, he will answer “Jesus” or “the Mass”. Some will say … that the children have gone straight to the […]

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Paray-le-Monial (Sometimes Saying Yes Really Does Mean Saying No)

About saying yes to the Church and no to the New Age: How Paray-le-Monial changed my life forever.

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The Wall Against the Catholic Mystery

    There is a wall against the Catholic Faith, a wall of misinformation, prejudices and lies – and also sometimes entirely innocent misunderstanding. That is a major thesis explored in my new book from Angelico Press entitled Cor Jesu Sacratissimum: From Secularism and the New Age to Christendom Renewed. And that wall, I argue in […]

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The New Age and the Trivialisation of the Catholic Mystery

Has the trivialisation of the Catholic Mystery fostered the New Age Movement?

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Come, Infant King …

On awaiting for the coming of the Infant King and dwelling in the silent radiance of His Nativity …

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From His Sacrifice, Death became Life

Contemplating the Unfathomable Sacrifice by which death became life …

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The Gentle Traditionalist on the Only Hope for Humanity …

The Gentle Traditionalist speaks of the Only Hope for Humanity …

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Resurgent in the Midst of Crisis by Peter Kwasniewski – Review

The traditional Latin Mass resurgent … In this beautiful, heartfelt book, Peter Kwasniewski examines the crisis of the Church and points the way home …

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On Preserving the Christmas Mystery

Some thoughts on keeping the Christmas Mystery from a rural corner of Catholic Ireland

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The Gentle Traditionalist on the Catholic Mystery: Supernatural Love

The Gentle Traditionalist explains a Supernatural Mystery of Love …

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The Gentle Traditionalist – Available Now at Amazon!

All about The Gentle Traditionalist by Roger Buck from Angelico Press – now available at Amazon!

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The Gentle Traditionalist – Chapter One

Opening chapter of my new novel The Gentle Traditionalist from Angelico Press.

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Famished for Christendom

Why certains souls in this world reject secularism: They are famished for Christendom. Contains a small extract from The Gentle Traditionalist my upcoming book from Angelico Press.

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Paray-le-Monial: Portal into the Catholic Mystery

Photo essay of Paray-le-Monial, town in Eastern France, where St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, once beheld the Sacred Heart of Jesus …

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A Tale of Two Books …

From Ireland: A personal tale of how my two books came to be written … Books about the Sacred Heart, the Catholic Mystery, Catholic Ireland – and the threat of both secular and New Age ideology.

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Good Friday: From His Sacred Heart, Love Gushes Forth

Good Friday – Love and Mercy from His Sacred Heart …

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On the Meaning of Corpus Christi

On the origins and meaning of the Feast of Corpus Christi, still celebrated on the Thurdsday after Trinity Sunday in the traditional calendar of the Extraordinary Form.

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In the Month of the Blessed Sacrament …

In the month of Blessed Sacrament, a small reflection on the profound devotion dedicated It …

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The Joy of Confession and Absolution

The Sacrament of Confession is a joy to feel. Absolution brings such strength and clarity …

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