Saturday, 12 December 2009

CHRISTVS REGNAT - December, 2009

Articles in the December, 2009, issue of CHRISTVS REGNAT include:
  • Introduction to the Report to the Holy Father on the Second Anniversary of Summorum Pontificum
    An outline of the contents and methodology of the report that the International Federation Una Voce presented to the Holy Father in October, 2009.
  • Report on the FIUV General Assembly XIX
    A personal recollection by one of the seven members of St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association who travelled to Rome in mid-November.
  • The Irish Liturgical Calendar
    Part one in this series covers the period 1835 to 1914. It traces the interaction of the Universal and the Irish calendars, as well as the fate of local feasts under the various reforms of the rubrics during that period.
  • Sir Francis Cruise, M.D.
    A biographical sketch of the Dubliner who was an acknowledged world expert on The Imitation of Christ and who also found time to contribute to civil society as President of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, Governor of the Royal Irish Academy of Music, Senator of both the University of Dublin and of the Royal University of Ireland, and who was rewarded by both the British Crown and Pope St. Pius X for his services.
  • Jansenism, the Liturgy and Ireland
    A Jesuit repost to the proposition that Irish liturgical practice reflects a Jansenistic spirit that infected the whole of Irish Church life three centuries ago.
  • The Instability of Heresy
    From the writings of Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux.
  • Astronomical Allusions in the Book of Job
    A survey of the delicate task of translation and its impact upon the sense of Sacred Scripture, contrasting the Septuagint, Vulgate and Irish language texts. The author provides evidence from the internal astronomical references that places the authorship of the Book of Job several centuries earlier than the date that is commonly-held by modern scholars.
  • Report on Masses for the Holy Year For Priests
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