Tag Archives: Westminster Cathedral

The Mysterious Case of the Hallow’s Missing Maniple

I wonder if Tracer Bullet, Private Eye, has any contacts in London. There’s a mystery to be solved. Fr. Hunwicke reported at his fine blog Mutual Enrichment, about the Case of the Missing Maniple.  In this case, the case concerns, includes, … Read More

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Music fit for heaven: New CD of William Byrd Masses by Choir of Westminster Cathedral

I often work in complete silence.  Long gone are the days when I could listen to music and get anything meaningful accomplished.  It pulls my attention, and I have little enough brainpower as it is. However, as I type I … Read More

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VIDEO 1950 – Pontifical Mass in Westminster Cathedral

A reader sent me a link to some 1950 Pathé film of a Pontifical Mass in Westminster Cathedral, London. Check out the TWO cappa recessional at about 5:15. It skips around a lot and there are patches with no audio, but … Read More

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A plug for some British news and analysis sources

I had a note from a friend in London who is the media coordinator for Westminster Cathedral.  Of late he has set up some new social media opportunities for the great church. Facebook Twitter Flicker  Take a look at those. … Read More

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AD RAMOS! Three former Anglican bishops received into Roman Church… ORDINATION TO FOLLOW!

Benedict XVI is the Pope of Christian Unity I admire courage. Fr. Seán Finnegan has a post about the reception of the Anglican bishops into the Roman Church at Westminster Cathedral in London. History Being Made One of my jobs … Read More

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Benedict XVI’s sermon in Westminster Cathedral

First, I am so very happy for Catholics in England who had the privilege of being addressed with this sermon. The Holy Father’s sermon for Mass at Westminster Cathedral. Let’s read the sermon closely with emphases and comments. The setting … Read More

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