Tuesday, January 10, 2012

English FSSP Seminarian in the Catholic Herald

Ian Verrier, who I mentioned just the other day as a Fraternity seminarian visiting the FSSP apostolate in Reading, has given a interview in the current Catholic Herald. It's not on the CH website, but happily the interviewer, Mary O'Regan, has it on her own blog, The Path Less Taken.

And a very good interview it is too! Go over to her to read it.

The number of men from England and Wales joining the seminaries of Traditional orders - the Fraternity of St Peter, the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, and the Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer - is one of the great success stories of the Traditional Movement here. There will be a feature article about this phenomenon in the next Mass of Ages: don't miss it, you'll be able to get it here. Don't read it three weeks after everyone else like The Tablet does, get it delivered your door by joining!

The Latin Mass Society gives financial support to these courageous young men: you can make donations to our 'Seminarian Fund' which is spent on nothing else.

1 comment:

  1. Giorgio Roversi1:45 pm

    Perhaps it's time for a traditional seminary to be established in England. I'm confident there will be no shortage of vocations!