Tag Archives: Latin Mass

On the Latin Mass in Ireland

Why the Latin Mass is needed – in Catholic Ireland, as everywhere. And so why the Institute of Christ the King in Limerick deserves support.

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On Catholic Ireland, the Institute of Christ the King and more …

On the tragedy of Catholic Ireland and the need for the Institute of Christ the King.

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The Catholic Ireland of Éamon de Valera

      Today, we continue with extracts on Ireland, from my upcoming book Cor Jesu Sacratissimum. [UPDATE: Now Available here!] Two earlier instalments have appeared: Encountering Catholic Ireland (here) and Charity, Community and Caring in Catholic Ireland (here). In the most recent of those, I commented on my experience of living in Ireland and being […]

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On Archbishop Lefebvre: The Horn of the Unicorn by David Allen White (Review)

  Weeping. I watch her weeping. My beloved weeps, while she reads this book. This book, we read it together. Our hearts ripped. ***** The book calls itself a mosaic. It is written in an unusual style. In fragments. Shards of the life of Archbishop Lefebvre juxtaposed with fragments from the Twentieth Century, which serve […]

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Tectonic Shifts in the Vatican

Earlier this week we said the following: “We briefly interrupt our series on the New Age to note this possibly landmark day. It is the fourth anniversary of the implementation of Summorum Pontificum and if rumours reported in the French press (Le Figaro) are to be believed, a day of potential earthquake (English translation here). […]

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The (Catholic) Tide is Turning …

We briefly interrupt our series on the New Age to note this possibly landmark day. It is the fourth anniversary of the implementation of Summorum Pontificum and if rumours reported in the French press (Le Figaro) are to be believed, a day of potential earthquake (English translation here). If such reports have truth, they suggest […]

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Online Petition for Protecting the Latin Mass

Dear Reader, There are rumours and reports of renewed threat to the Latin Mass. How credible these are is impossible for me to judge. However sources I consider reputable such as The New Liturgical Movement and Rorate Caeli are promoting a multinational, multilingual appeal for a petition to the Holy Father. Thus I think the […]

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 6: The Enduring Presence of Catholic France

Seventh part of a traditional Catholic’s journey through France, mourning the devastation of Catholic France and yet feeling her enduring presence.

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On the Traditional Latin Mass, Liturgical Abuse and Suffering …

On the traditional Latin Mass and suffering liturgical abuse as a traditional Catholic …

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This Joy

If people only knew this joy …

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The Novus Ordo Fails to Guard and Contain

Experiencing the Novus Ordo after the Latin Mass.

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Iota Unum by Romano Amerio (Review)

Iota Unum features razor sharp insight into the Crisis of the Church. The work of a master: Romano Amerio.

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The Traditional Latin Mass: From Ordinary to Extraordinary …

Why the traditional Latin Mass is extraordinary (whilst Elvis Presley sings the Novus Ordo).

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The Traditional Latin Mass: Becoming Awake to Holy Mystery

The Latin Mass can awaken one to the true reality and mystery of the Holy Mass. A priest tells of his discovery through learning the Triaditional Mass

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Materialism, Truth and the Catholic Mystery

Recently here, I reported how moved I once was by the words of Latin Mass priest in Ireland who regretted a contemporary tendency in the Church to de-emphasise the need for the Sacrament of Confession. His point was that people who availed themselves less often of this Sacrament, availed themselves less of the “Sanctifying Grace” […]

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The Traditional Latin Mass: Towards God

Leading towards God: a traditional Catholic recalls the first time she ever experienced the Latin Mass

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