Wednesday, 14 December 2011

CHRISTVS REGNAT - December, 2011

The December, 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 Two, for the feast of the Immaculate Conception, 2011:

  • Report on XXth General Assembly of the FIUV

  • Father Paul Murphy and the building of St Mary’s Church, Edenderry 1912-1918
    A thorough history of one of the finest Churches in the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin and its outstanding founder.

  • The Carthusian Rite
    An examination of one of the least well-known Uses of the Roman Rite.

  • On the Honour of the World
    Extracted from a sermon by Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, giant of the golden age of French pulpit oratory.

  • Kenelm Henry Digby
    The life and works of one of the first beams of the dawn of the Victorian medieval revival and the great flood of 19th Century converts.

  • The Development of Tradition in Culture
    An essay on the structure of tradition and its significance for todays traditional Catholics.

  • 153 Big Fish! – The Johannine Catch of Fish and the Marian Rosary
    An insightful and illuminating speculation upon the significance of the traditional structure of the Holy Rosary, with reference to Sacred Scripture and modern Marian apparitions.

  • “O Lord, You are my portion and cup”
    A current Seminarian's insights into Seminary life and the significance of Seminary routine for the formation of Priestly identity.

  • Reports on Masses during the second half of 2011