Saturday, 4 December 2010

CHRISTVS REGNAT - December, 2010

The December, 2010, issue of the twice-yearly journal of St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association is now available. You can subscribe to CHRISTVS REGNAT here. Past issues are also available for download here.

The following articles are found in the Fourth Volume, Number One, for the feast of the Immaculate Conception, 2010:

  • Opening Comments from the Report of the International Federation Una Voce
    The introduction to the third annual FIUV Report to the Holy See on the implementation of Summorum Pontificum across the Church.
  • The Sarum Use
    The first part of a detailled examination of the origins, sources, structure and features of the former Rite of Mass particular to England by an eminent Anglican scholar.
  • The Eminent Dignity of the Poor By Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet
    An extract from the famous sermon by the greatest of pulpit orators.
  • The Real Saint Patrick
    Scholarly insights into the personality of the Apostle of the Irish as revealed by his mission and his writings.
  • An Interview with Prof. Duncan Stroik
    The theories of an outstanding Catholic architect and academic on the interaction between Faith and Architecture in the Church today.
  • A Sermon for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception
    The meaning of the Immaculate Conception considered in light of ancient and modern revolts against God and the interventions of Our Blessed Lady into history.
  • The Architects of Kildare and Leighlin
    The first part of a detailed survey of the physical Catholic heritage of the Diocese, which is closely linked with our liturgical Catholic heritage. The series examines its theme under four headings, the first being 'the Bishops who built.'
  • The use of Greek in the poems of John Scotus Eriugena
    This article explores the learning and compositions of an Irish scholar at the Imperial Court in the 9th Century and what it tells us about the extent and impact of Irish medieval scholarship during the middle ages.
  • Flann O’Brien and Catholicism
    Viewed in the context of his near contemporary and some-time companion James Joyce, this article considers the relationship of the famous Irish Author, under his various pseudonyms, with his own Catholic Faith and the Catholic Church he experienced in Ireland in the mid 20th Century.
  • Reports on Masses during 2010