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England’s Re-dedication as “Mary’s Dowry” in Face of the Current Pandemic

WALSINGHAM, England will be re-dedicated as the “Dowry of Mary” in the face of the Wuhan virus pandemic, renewing the first dedication made by King Richard II in 1381 at Westminster Abbey as he sought Our Lady’s protection during a … Continue reading

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Young Traditional Catholics deserve answers, not scorn

By Dr Joseph Shaw at Rorate Caeli: Recent days have seen one of those waves of attacks on Traditional Catholics on social media. I have responded to one aspect of it, that of simple charity, with a Twitter-thread you can see … Continue reading

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The Holy Martyrs of Walsingham

A recent perusal of the wealth of British Catholic Blogs led me to an author who is undertaking a pilgrimage to Walsingham in the near future. Mention was made, very briefly, of the Walsingham Martyrs. Last year I too made … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies: Homily at Youth 2000 prayer festival in Walsingham

The sight of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II jumping from a helicopter into the Olympic Stadium might have led many of us to ask: can this really be true? And, of course, our eyes were deceived as an RAF parachutist … Continue reading

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Bishop Mark Davies: ‘The Future of Humanity Passes by Way of the Family’

Homily for the National Association of Catholic Families National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham We gather during this celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee. We rejoice with many today not only in the Queen’s constitutional role … Continue reading

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