Monday, 25 July 2011


The June, 2011, issue of the twice-yearly journal of St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association is now available. You can subscribe to CHRISTVS REGNAT by e-mailing here. CHRISTVS REGNAT is also available for download here.

The following articles are found in the Fifth Volume, Number One, for the feast of the Sacred Heart, 2011:

  • Universae Ecclesiae
    An extract from the recent Instruction of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei.

  • An Interview with the Very Revd. Fr. Richard Duffield, Cong. Orat., Provost of the Birmingham Oratory

  • Blessed John Henry Newman (1801-1890) and the Blessed Virgin Mary
    An analysis of the devotion of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman to Our Lady including a detailled examination of his associations with and attachment to the Mother of God at various moments in his life.

  • The late Father Francis Finegan, S.J.
    An obituary for a deceased member of the Association

  • The Necessity of Suffering By Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet
    An extract from the famous sermon by the greatest of pulpit orators.

  • The Sarum Use, Part II
    Concluding part of the series by one of the foremost scholars of the medieval English liturgy.

  • The Architects of Kildare and Leighlin
    The second part of a detailed survey of the physical Catholic heritage of the Diocese, which is closely linked with our liturgical Catholic heritage.'

  • An Interview with Pushkin, the Cat who met the Pope
    A world exclusive and ground-breaking interview with the most famous Catholic Cat in the World.

  • Reports on Masses during the first half of 2011