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anglo-catholic:

S. Silas the Martyr, Kentish Town is probably the highest of all churches today being firmly set in the Anglo-Papalist camp of Anglicanism. However unlike the previous churches I have shown it does not have an illustrious history that has sustained it - most of its current execellence is due to the current rector Fr. Graeme Rowlands who has built was is the equivalent of a modern day slum parish (although the surrounding area is not a slum it is not the best part of town) where people find God through the wonder, mystery and majesty of the Catholic faith. 

The Liturgy of S. Silas’ is much more to my taste being modern Roman Catholic except for a Tridentine Latin Mass which is offered on Saturdays. 

The Pictures above show a small selection of the renowned collection of pious objects that litter St. Silas and I think the concentration of Statues of Post-Reformation saints definitely shows where Fr. Rowlands’ allegiance lies.

P.S on a final note I think they have just the right amount of candles on their High Altar (Percy Dearmer eat your heart out)

http://www.saintsilas.org.uk/

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Feast of the Most Precious Blood, St. Paul’s Church in Philadelphia

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John XXIII at the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls (1959)

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John XXIII at the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls (1959)

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Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

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Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

Corpus Christi at Lourdes (11:30 choral mass):

Entrance: Hail True Victim, Life and Light (Gaudeamus Pariter)
Proper introit
Mass: Community (Proulx)
Offertory: Proper introit
O Sacrum Convivium, Edward D’Evry
Communion: Proper antiphon
Panis Angelicus, att. Palestrina
Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All (Sweet Sacrament)
Hymn at the end of mass: Don’t know, in past years, Alleluia, Sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol)

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Sacristy of the Cathedral of St Mary, Mother Of God, Rieti, Italy

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The Seven Sacraments.

"an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace given unto us, ordained by Christ himself, as a means whereby we receive the same, and a pledge to assure us thereof."