Friday, February 27, 2015

Mass of Ages goes free

The new edition of Mass of Ages, the Latin Mass Society's full-colour magazine, is now available, and for the first time it is free for the general public.

It is available in the back of a lot of churches and cathedrals, especially the ones with regular EF Masses. If your priest doens't stock it, get him to ask for it: it won't cost him anything.

You can email the LMS Office for a copy, or view it online here.

I particularly recommend the article about the Traditional Mass in Japan, which reveals that it influenced the famous Japanese tea ceremony, and the Art History page on 'The Fight Between Carnival and Lent' by Breugel.

More information here.

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  1. Is it really? I got one from the Oxford Oratory today along with the Herald and put a fiver in the box. Never mind, it's a good cause.

  2. The interview with Peter Kwasniewski is excellent too - great quality publication all round. Thank you! (is this a one-off freebie?)