Latin Mass Society

Mass of Ages Print Edition - Summer 2020

Latin Mass Society

Mass of Ages is the quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. 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.

There is no charge for the magazine but we do ask for a contribution towards the cost of posting it to you. This cost will be calculated as you proceed through the checkout.

In this issue: • Joseph Shaw asks: Why is the Traditional Movement stronger in some places than in others? • Paul McGregor explains how the Traditional Mass returned to Culiacan, Mexico • Maurice Quinn tells the history of Dorset’s ‘Little gem’ – Our Lady of Marnhull • Clare Bowskill shows how the Traditional Mass online was the norm for us all this Easter • Charles A. Coulombe on fire and water – and ghost stories • Joseph Shaw on the Coronavirus epidemic and the liturgical reform • Lucy Shaw reports from the Guild of St Clare Sewing Retreat held earlier this year

Also in this edition:
• The Chairman explains how, in a time of crisis, we need to recover a rich devotional life
• Maurice Quinn remembers Major Timothy Charles O’Neill, The McCoy
• The Guild of St Clare gives details of their sponsorship scheme of a student to study with the RSN
• Matthew Schellhorn writes about the St John Houghton Schola
• Kevin Symonds reviews a remarkable new book that investigates claims that the Catholic Church was infiltrated by Freemasonry
• Macklin Street pays tribute to a former member of staff, Bill Tomlinson, who died recently
• We reproduce the text ‘The Sacraments and the Epidemic’ tips from the LMS in light of the Extraordinary Form and the Traditional Practice and Discipline of the Church

Our regular columnists:
• Mary O’Regan on Our Lady of Good Help
• Paul Waddington looks at England’s second largest Catholic Cathedral - Norwich
• Alberto Carosa reports on how heroic nuns are at the helm of the first outpost of traditionalism in northern Sweden
• Sebastian Morello sings the praises of claret

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