Bringing the Latin Mass to a German Village

By Paul Dahnen St. Lambertus in Bliesheim is a 19th century neo-romantic church by Cologne regional architect Robert Ferdinand Cremer. The brick church has three naves, and a huge 54 meters-high west tower. Overall, St. Lambertus is very beautiful, and perfect for the Old Rite. There is still an elaborate high altar by the Cologne … Read more

Rain in the Rectory

A Conversation with Canon Cristofoli Interview and photos by Michael Durnan It’s a neo-Gothic gem of a Catholic Church, perched high over once-Catholic Preston England. And now, St Walburge’s, along with the city’s breath-taking English Martyr’s Church, have been placed into the care of the Institute of Christ the King. Why is Preston ‘once Catholic’? … Read more

Can Your Kids Handle the Latin Mass?

By Anna-Maria Vesey Photos by Joseph Shaw Some of REGINA’s readers don’t attend a Traditional Latin Mass, but are, well, curious. Many are keen to experience for themselves why it is that so many young people and families are enthusiastic about this ancient Mass. But something is holding them back. Often, Catholics with kids wonder: … Read more

Burke & Belfast

Photos by Stephen Tyrrell Stephen recently sat down with REGINA to tell us about his reversion, the impact of the TLM in Belfast and a recent visit from Raymond Cardinal Burke for the Catholic Voice conference in Limerick. Forty years ago, it was a war zone. Belfast, Northern Ireland was the scene of horrific sectarian … Read more

Silence in the Mass

A Meditation on the Low Mass By Wilson Gavin Photos by Beverly Stevens and Elrica D’Oyen-Gebert It is perhaps a little unusual, but the thing I love most about the Latin Mass is silence. Most traditionalists seem to be drawn to the glory of the High Mass; truly, there is no experience that we can … Read more

Dublin Beauty

Photos by John Briody In recent years, Saint Kevin’s in Portobello has been the home of the Latin Mass Chaplaincy for the Dublin Archdiocese. This 19th century Gothic gem is glowing with color and statuary. People are traveling to be part of the parish. The trendy neighborhood has been treated to the sights and sounds … Read more

Youth, Beauty, Passion & the Mass of Ages

by Wilson Gavin Photos by Constance Cdej and Beverly Stevens My first taste of the Traditional Latin Mass occurred on the 14th of September, 2014, the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. The Mass was said by a very famous priest, who has now entered into his eternal rest. The place? St Joseph’s … Read more

Doing Whatever God Has In Mind

Featured Photo: NEWLY ORDAINED Fr. James Mawdsley, FSSP with his father David Mawdsley and his  twin brother, Lt-Col Jeremy Mawdsley, RA, MBE By Beverly Stevens Photos by Joseph Shaw He’s an Englishman, from ‘Catholic’ Lancaster, and he survived more than a year in solitary confinement in Burma – sentenced there for protesting the regime’s human … Read more

“We’ll Just Pray For a Miracle”

The Saving of Most Precious Blood Parish By Donna Sue Berry The Latin Mass is a grassroots, growing phenomenon – and you can’t get much more ‘grassroots’ than Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fittingly, it is there that we find the amazing growth story of Most Precious Blood parish, as parishioners Jeff Smith, Monica Phibbs and David and … Read more