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Kneeling Ban: Good Liturgy or Loss of Religious Freedom?

from: Homiletic & Pastoral Review.  http://www.hprweb.com/2015/07/  By Fr. Regis Scanlon, O.F.M. Cap.Some religious leaders in the Latin Rite are pressuring Catholics not to kneel at the Consecration, or to genuflect at their reception of the Eucharist. This trend has gained … Continue reading

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St Luke

Mabuse – St Luke October 18.–ST. LUKE. My first thought, when St Luke is mentioned, is of him as a writer, leaving us the vivid pen-portraits in the gospel that bears his name and Acts. However, tradition has it that … Continue reading

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Adeste Fideles and other treasures at St Edmund’s College, Ware

from:http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org by Charles Cole Set in the green countryside of Hertfordshire to the north of London lies St Edmund’s College, Ware. St Edmund’s, the oldest Catholic college in England, was originally opened as a seminary and later also became a … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Christchurch

The recent after-shocks in Christchurch have brought back to mind the terrible damage inflicted on that city by the earthquake in February. The Catholic Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament was badly battered by the February quake and stands as a … Continue reading

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Fear

There is a good explanation for the hatred shown towards the Catholic Church in some circles: this hatred is essentially drawn from a deep rooted fear that the Church speaks to human hearts in a way that the cold theories … Continue reading

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