Monthly Archives: July 2017

St. John Boste

One may be forgiven for thinking that all English martyrs were called John! This is not entirely the case but we do have something of a run of them at this time of year. John Boste (or Boast), also termed

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Ordinary Interviewed

Our Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, has given an interview to catholicworldreport.com; read more here

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St. Philip Evans & St. John Lloyd, Martyrs of Wales.

The Roman Martyology records no fewer than 60 saints who bear the name John, and no fewer than 13 Philips. This is by no means a complete list, and many good and holy men and women who have not been

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St John Plessington

Continuing our series on the forty canonised martyrs of England & Wales 20th July: St. John Plessington It is, as we have said before, so very easy to lump the martyrs of England and Wales together in one solid mass

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American Ordinary on the Ordinariate Liturgy

The Rt. Rev’d Steven Lopes, who became Ordinary of the American Ordinarite of the Chair of Peter in February of last year, has written a dissertation on the nature of the Ordinariate Liturgy which was presented to The Liturgical Institute,

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