Mass of Ages Print Edition - Summer 2019
Mass of Ages is the quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society. It contains reports on our many activities across the country, national and international news of Traditional Catholic events, feature articles on different aspects of traditional Faith and culture, and opinions and views on developments in the Catholic Church.
In this issue: • We celebrate the fact that this edition is the 200th publication to be sent to members since the Society was founded • On the 10th anniversary of the Guild of St Clare, they announce a new scheme to sponsor training in hand embroidery • Charles Coulombe writes about Kenelm Digby and the Catholic Revival • Mackenzie Robinson explores how the Shroud of Turin may been the inspiration for Buckfast Abbey Chapel window • A young occupational therapist reports on the Catholic Medical Association’s Youth Retreat • Following another very successful Sacred Triduum in St Mary Moorfields, London, we publish a selection of photos from those Great Three Days
Also in this edition:
The Chairman writes on the mission of the Latin Mass Society and of Mass of Ages
Lone Veiler reviews An Oxford Scandal by Norman Russell
Our regular columnists:
• In her Art and Devotion series, Caroline Shaw looks at St Mary Magdalene preaching in Marseilles by a follower of Antoine de Ronzen
• Mary O’Regan remembers a special child, Little Nellie of Holy God
• Paul Waddington visits Shrewsbury Cathedral
• The Lone Veiler on over-familiarity
• Alberto Carosa on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land
• The Macklin Street column issues and appeal to fill some gaps in our network of Local Representatives
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