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28 May – St Augustine of Canterbury: chance meetings make a difference

Chance meetings are important. In the traditional Roman calendar, today is the Feast of St. Augustine of Canterbury (+604).   He had been the prior of the monastery in Rome on the Caelian Hill during the pontificate of the Great … Continue reading

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“The oldest church in the English speaking world”

It is great to see that His Hermeneuticalness is posting a bit more these days after the great health scare. Fr. Finigan visited the oldest church in the English speaking world.  Very cool. The Church used by Queen Bertha and … Continue reading

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