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22 January: Sts. Vincent and Anastasius, martyrs

Each week I write an eclectic column of precisely 400 words called “Omnium Gatherum“ for the UK’s best Catholic weekly The Catholic Herald.  This column, which follow my four year series on translations, is now in its second year. For this last week’s (22 … Continue reading

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26 May: St. Philip Neri – inflame us with that same fire

Did you know that St. Philip Neri is a co-patron of Rome? COLLECT: Deus, qui fideles tibi servos sanctitatis gloria sublimare non desistis, concede propitius, ut illo nos igne Spiritus Sanctus inflammet, quo beati Philippi cor mirabiliter penetravit. Sublimo, according … Continue reading

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