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This Week in English Catholic History: Saints Adrian (AD 635-710) and Theodore (602-690) of Canterbury
N September 19th, we celebrate St. Adrian of Canterbury and St. Theodore of Canterbury. Sts. Adrian and Theodore are mainly remembered for being highly successful missionaries in largely pagan England and for being best friends. St. Adrian was originally offered … Continue reading
A Comparison of the Roman Missal, Missale Romanum and Divine Worship Forms of the Roman Rite Eucharistic Liturgy
What follows is the work of my dear friend and fellow Incarnation Catholic Church of Orlando, Florida parishioner Steven Rabanal, which he kindly permitted me to repost here. It was originally posted on his blog, The Acolyte’s Toolbox. I think … Continue reading
HIS week in English Catholic History, Mary Queen of Scots was crowned Queen of Scotland on September 9, 1543. She was only 9 months old. Mary Queen of Scots is mainly remembered for being the Catholic rival for England’s throne … Continue reading
According to St. Bede (AD 672-735), St. Cuthbert disappeared rather mysteriously from his monastery at Lindisfarne each night after the brothers had said the evening office, only returning the following morning… Continue reading