Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Mass of Ages May edition hits the streets

Mass of Ages is the quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society, containing national and international news of Traditional Catholic events, feature articles on different aspects of the traditional Faith and culture, and opinions and views on developments in the Catholic Church.

You can download taster articles from the current edition and buy a hard copy of the entire magazine online:

Consecrated to God - Fr Thomas Crean, O.P.

So much was lost from Catholic devotional practice after the Second Vatican Council – the ‘gesima’ Sundays before Lent, the octave of Pentecost; Ash Wednesday escaped only because Pope Paul VI insisted it be kept. The restoration of the Extraordinary Form exposes ever more faithful to the fruitful observance of the Ember Days. Father Thomas Crean OP discusses their history and significance. Read more>>

In Unity With Pope Benedict - Fr John Hunwicke

Father John Hunwicke is an ex-Anglican minister who has joined the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. He wrote about Pope Benedict’s historic opening to Anglicans in Mass of Ages, February 2010. He now updates us on his journey towards full communion with the Successor of St Peter and priesthood in the Catholic Church. Read more>>

After Three Years - Paix Liturgique

The French Traditionalist group, Paix Liturgique, have published statistical analyses of the response of bishops and priests to ‘Summorum Pontificum’ in several European countries, including Britain (see Mass of Ages, November 2010). They have now collated figures worldwide. Read more>>

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