Mass of Ages is the quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society, containing reports about the LMS's many activities across the country, national and international news of Traditional Catholic events, feature articles on different aspects of the traditional Faith and culture, and opinions and views on developments in the Catholic Church.
The First LMS Conference, Bishop Rifan's visit to Britain and more...
In the new Autumn 2012 edition, we have interviews and special features, news from around the country, including reports on the visit to Britain, at the invitation of the LMS, of traditionalist Bishop Fernando Rifan of Brazil, including his address to our AGM. We also carry features on our first One-Day Conference in London and the full text of the talk given there by Fr John Zuhlsdorf (aka 'Fr Z'. )We also include the next article in our mini-series analysing the issues raised in the Traditional Position Papers published by Una Voce International. Plus our popular family notebook column, a special feature on Mass provision in our cathedrals, a further report from Afghanistan, a guestpiece from one of our new Patrons, our regular column on Catholic art, comment and opinion columns, our quarterly look back into the LMS archives from past decades, your letters and a prize crossword, plus full listings of Traditional Masses across England and Wales. Plus much more besides.
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A report of a delightful Traditional First Holy Communion in the West Country and the reflections of one young mother on the telling contrast between this and her first child's First Holy Communion in the Novus Ordo.
Introducing our new LMS patrons. Here, Lord Gill, Lord President of the Court of Session, tests the contemporary relevance of the views he conveyed in a noted address given in 1996.
Copies of previous editions of MoA are available - please email us.
For a full picture of the work of the Latin Mass Society and the development of Traditional life and practice, you need Mass of Ages. Better still, join the LMS and receive it as part of your membership package.