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Latin Mass
September 30, 2021
Now is the time for the bishops to come into their own. The Pope, in his motu proprio  – Traditionis Custodes – on restricting the celebration of Mass in the extraordinary form, the Tridentine rite, has said that any would-be celebrant must first obtain the permission of the local bishop. Hearteningly the signs are that
August 26, 2021
With the clergy seemingly intent on blotting out tradition, the Church finds itself engaged in another unedifying culture war
July 05, 2021
The international fellowship Una Voce asks Pope Francis to protect the Latin Mass from bishops and others who want to restrict or suppress it. They pointed to its growth around the world and its appeal to all sorts of Catholics, especially families with children. The Latin Mass should remain part of the "unity in variety" Pope Francis has called for.
June 11, 2018
The Archbishop of Liverpool ordained Seth Phipps to the priesthood for the FSSP
May 02, 2018
Archbishop Alexander K Sample noted the popularity of the Latin Mass among young people
April 12, 2018
The parish will be run by the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter
December 08, 2017
'There's something very solemn and very reverent going on in a way that I have never experienced in a Protestant church'
October 09, 2017
The traditional Requiem is unremittingly bracing, calling us to contemplate the fearful mystery of death
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