At the first Anglo-Catholic Priests’ Convention in Oxford in July, 1921, the Principal of Chad’s, Durham, delivered the lecture on the Ars celebrandi. His name was Stephen Moulsdale; a Sligo man, he was one of those Irish ‘Anglican’ Catholics who flit so marvellously across the pages of our history. He said:

Let us remind ourselves that the grand possession of Western Christendom, this great

Praise the Lord

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