A new exhibition has just opened at Winchester Cathedral. Kings and Scribes: The Birth of a Nation is the fruit of seven years of work and takes place in “a spectacular three-level exhibition space in the South Transept”, according to the organisers. It looks at the Anglo-Saxon world, including the role of kings, monks and cathedrals.
Today, Friday June 21, sees the publication of Viganò vs the Vatican (Sophia Institute Press), by Marco Tosatti which tells the story of whistleblower Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. Journalist Tosatti has worked closely with the archbishop.
Saturday June 29 is the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (left). The World Apostolate of Fatima is organising a procession of reparation. A day of Mass, devotions and talks begins at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Kensington, London, at 12pm. Mass is at 12.15, and the procession itself, to Our Lady of Victories on Kensington High Street, starts at 4pm.
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