Monthly Archives: March 2014

Newman and Chesterton by Fr Ian Ker

Fr Ian Ker of Oxford University is a distinguished biographer of both Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman and G K Chesterton. In this talk he draws upon his extensive knowledge of these great literary and religious figures to draw out … Continue reading

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Eric Gill’s Stations of the Cross at St Augustine’s, High Wycombe by Br Michael Curran FSC

Br Michael Curran is a De La Salle brother.  The Institute was founded in France in the 17th century by St John Baptiste de la Salle, princially for the education of boys from poor backgrounds.  Br Michael looks at the … Continue reading

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A History of the Diocese of Northampton from 1750 by Brin Dunsire.

A detailed overview of the expansion of the Catholic Church from 1750 to the present day in the area covered by the Diocese of Northampton, as established in 1850 at the restoration of the Catholic hierachy in England & Wales. … Continue reading

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The Canons Regular of the Lateran in Cornwall by Abbot Anthony Maggs CRL

The Canons Regular of the Lateran, based at their Abbey in Bodmin, played a key role in the revival of the Catholic faith in Cornwall in the 19th century. They arrived in England from France in 1881, as a result of … Continue reading

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