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Monthly Archives: February 2018
A Guest Post by M.J. Kelly Have you met the Rev. Canon Eric L. Mascall, OSG? In his profound writings he was often, simply styled, E. L. Mascall. If you have not made his acquaintance, this Ash Wednesday, February 14, … Continue reading
The Eucharist is the Source and Centre of Christian Life– Lumen Gentium The above statement is the core truth of the Catholic Faith and that many in the Personal Ordinariates, created for groups of Anglo-Catholics seeking union with Rome, have … Continue reading
We at the Principal Parish of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross have been blessed to have two talks this week by Professor Hans-Jungen Feulner, a liturgy professor who was one the Vatican working group that … Continue reading
Chronologically, Catholicism first reached these shores at the hands of the French and Spanish; in terms of numbers, the vast majority of Catholic Americans owe their ancestry to French, Irish, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Lithuanian, Croatian, Slovenian, Slovakian, Hungarian, Dutch … Continue reading
In 1998, Billy Graham came to Ottawa for was was no longer called a Billy Graham Crusade, but a Billy Graham Mission. Even then, certain sensitivities were taking over. For four or five nights twenty years ago, people packed Ottawa’s … Continue reading