Author Archives: Simon Dennerly

Liturgical Prof Hans-Jurgen Feulner on Divine Worship

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 working group that put … Continue reading

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The Faith vs Freemasonry

The above words were issued by the then head of the CDF Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, later Pope Benedict XVI, reaffirming the centuries old ban on Catholics being involved in Freemasonry. A good in-depth article on the topic can be found … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Walsingham, Pray for Us!

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Great Quote

This describes me, how about you?

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A Warning from the Church of England

  Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman was one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement which helped restore Anglo-Catholicism, or Catholicism in the English spiritual tradition. Anglican does not always mean Protestant: Anglo-Catholics are in the Anglican Communion (but slowly … Continue reading

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Advice from Former Anglo-Catholic Priest, now Catholic layman, to converting Anglican

I came across these posts on a Catholic Facebook group: the first is a question from an Anglican young man wishing to convert to Catholicism, and a reply written by a former Anglo-Catholic priest, now layman, who offered such an … Continue reading

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Hello Germany!?

Hello to our German friends! If you look at the ACS Blogs statistics, the top 4 countries that show up are no surprise: the USA, Canada, the UK and Australia. Yet the 5th country that ranks the most which we … Continue reading

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