Monday, August 13, 2012

Autumn Mass of Ages comes off the presses!

The newest edition of the LMS' magazine, Mass of Ages, has arrived in the homes of LMS members, and is available in certain bookshops and to buy online. If you've not got it, you can buy it here, for £3.50. What you really need to do, however, if you've not already, is join the LMS and get it delivered to your door.

Mass of Ages keeps getting better. This is the fourth edition by our new editor Gregory Murphy, using full colour extra pages, and it is shaping up to be the indispensable periodical of the Traditional Movement in England and Wales.

Read about the Traditional Mass in Afghanistan, Bishop Rifan's visit to the UK, an interview with Fr Simon Henry of Offerimus Tibi Domine blog, Fr Thomas Crean OP on 'participation', an obituary for the late Chris Inman, Fr John Zuhlsdorf's conference speech, and lots more.

Here are three 'taster' articles.

'It just didn't occur to me that children would receive Communion in the hand'

A report of a delightful Traditional First Holy Communion in the West Country and the reflections of one young mother on the telling contrast between this and her first child's First Holy Communion in the Novus Ordo.
Read more>>

Time to test our times

Introducing our new LMS patrons. Here, Lord Gill, Lord President of the Court of Session, tests the contemporary relevance of the views he conveyed in a noted address given in 1996.
Read more>>

In Illo Tempore

Tellingly retold, from our magazine archives, a regular look back at key LMS developments over the decades. Read more>>

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