Members should have received their copy of the latest edition of Mass of Ages.
In this issue: • We feature pictures of the Pontifical Low Mass celebrated by HE Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke in Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane • Bishop Michael Campbell’s address to the AGM, on the life and influence of St Augustine • Charles A. Coulombe explores how the 19th century Celtic Revival brought many to the Faith • The LMS Priest and Server Training Conference resumes next year – Paul Waddington explains its history • Marygold Turner reports from Kent on the recent Mass on Romney Marsh • Joseph Shaw on how some measure of ancient glory could be passed on to future generations • Canon Post ICKSP write about sacrifice and joy at St Benedict’s Academy in Preston
The Chairman exhorts us to “…be the change you want to see in the world.”
Maurice Quinn remembers Jeremy Hooper
Adam Harrison explains how the Traditional Mass saved his spiritual life
Joseph Shaw reviews three books on Catholic Faith and Catholic identity, all of which are available to purchase from the LMS online shop
Our regular columnists:
• Mary O’Regan makes a pledge in the month of Holy Souls
• Paul Waddington reviews the architectural output of one of the most prolific Catholic architects of the 19th century – Joseph Aloysius Hansom
• The Lone Veiler on how a whole generation has been traumatised
• Alberto Carosa explains how the new Benedictine Monastery in Norsia is a door to Heaven in the path of faith
• The Macklin Street column (yes, it is still here!) appeals for material for inclusion in the LMS archive and encourages you to buy the 2020 Ordo, 2020 Wall Calendar and LMS Christmas cards
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