The spring 2019 edition of Mass of Ages has been published and distributed to members, as well as to cathedrals and churches around the country.
In this issue: • We print the text of Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s talk last year to a meeting of Voice of the Family • We publish an extract from Leo Darroch’s book Una Voce: The History of the Foederation Internationalis Una Voce 1964-2003 • Neil Addison meets the Syro-Malabar Catholics of Liverpool • The cover picture of the Slipper Chapel’s statue of Our Lady of Walsingham highlights an article in which Rogation days are explained and we are encouraged to be labourers to restore England as Our Lady’s Dowry
The Chairman announces new initiatives for 2019.
Joseph Shaw reviews the recently published book by Katherine Galgano The Devil Hates Latin.
Anne-Marie Mackie Savage reviews a new novel The Egyptian Guide: From Jihad to Joy.
Andris Amolins of Una Voce Lativia gives a special report on how the Traditional Mass has returned to that country.
Our regular columnists:
• In her Art and Devotion series, Caroline Shaw looks at Descent from the Cross by Peter Paul Rubens
• Mary O’Regan on Saving Ireland’s Unborn
• Paul Waddington visits the church of St John in Wigan
• The Lone Veiler on why Great New Ideas are usually no such thing at all
• Alberto Carosa on the 7th International Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage to Rome
See HERE for further details.
The picture is a detail from the painting Descent from the Cross by Peter Paul Rubens, which is the subject of Caroline Shaw's 'Art and Devotion' article in this edition.