The autumn 2018 edition of Mass of Ages is now available. Members should be receiving their copy this week.
In this issue: • We publish the text of Bishop Schneider’s sermon in St Mary Moorfields, where he celebrated Pontifical High Mass in May • Dr Mary Coghill remembers the painter, poet and World War I veteran David Jones (1895-1974) • Claire Fitzgerald looks at prison through the eyes of a Chaplaincy Volunteer • Lawrence England writes about Eucharistic indifference • Alberto Carosa, our Roman Reporter, provides an obituary of Cardinal Dario Castrillion Hoyos
Also in this edition:
LMS Chairman, Joseph Shaw, on how the Church continues to bury her undertakers.
Jonathan Luxmoore, a writer on Church news from Oxford and Warsaw, revelas how Poland’s Catholic Church takes on its critics.
Joseph Shaw introduces a new edition of the Latin Mass Society’s Latin course book Simplicissimus.
Alan Frost reports on an historic first in Birmingham Oratory – an Oratorian Father celebrates High Mass in the Extraordinary Form as his First Mass.
LMS Secretary, Kevin Jones, provides an update of the Society’s work to be GDPR compliant.
Our regular columnists:
• In her Art and Devotion series, Caroline Shaw looks at The Madonna of the Basket by Antonio da Correggio
• Mary O’Regan laments the recent abortion referendum result in Ireland
• Paul Waddington visits the church of Our Lady of the Snows in Prior Park, Bath
• Fr Bede Row asks, “Do we still believe in the Hierarchy?”
• The Lone Veiler on fighting for the family
Accompanying copies of Mass of Ages sent to members, is a revised edition of the LMS’s booklet A Guide to ensuring you have the Traditional Mass at your Funeral and we make an appeal to all readers to remember the Latin Mass Society in their Will by leaving us a bequest.
An online copy of the magazine may be read HERE or, if you would like to puchase a copy see HERE.