Homilies & Devotions
Saint Josemaría Escrivá was born in Barbastro, Spain, on 9 January 1902. He was ordained to the priesthood in Zaragoza, Spain on 28 March 1925. On 2 October 1928, by divine inspiration he founded Opus Dei. On 26 June 1975 he died suddenly in Rome, after a final affectionate glance a picture of our Lady inContinue reading “Contact with Jesus”
This year, the celebrations of our Titular Feast will be vastly scaled back, though we will try to stick to the traditional format as much as we can. There will be a constant stream of Forty Hours on our website at maidenlane.org.uk/live and the Masses will also be streamed on our Facebook page. On ThursdayContinue reading “Corpus Christi 2020 & Quarant’Ore”
Monsignor Ronald Knox (1888-1957) converted to Roman Catholicism in 1917, having spent five years as an Anglican cleric in Oxford (a conversion which led his father to cut him out of his will). Knox was a contemporary of G.K. Chesterton and in many ways they prompted each other to convert. In 1926, Father Kearney, thenContinue reading “Peace in Ourselves”
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