Tag Archives: Rome

Stay here and keep watch with me

In Rome, there is a tradition of visiting seven ‘Altars of Repose’ on Maundy Thursday. Different Churches decorate these in their own way. These are the seven Churches we visited this evening after the Mass of the Last Supper.   … Continue reading

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The Martyrs of the Venerabile

On a recent visit to the English College in Rome, one of the seminary’s students showed us around the place, sprinkling our tour with anecdotes and historic accounts. Most memorable and moving was the visit to the beautiful and recently … Continue reading

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How to Go to Mass and Not Lose Your Faith

This provocative question is the title of a soon to be released new book by Fr. Nicola Bux, Professor for Eastern Liturgy, consultor of the CDF and personal friend of the Pope. On 2nd March at the book launch, Cardinal … Continue reading

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