The Carthusians in Ireland

By W. H. Grattan Flood [From The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 4th Series, Vol. XXII, No. 477, September 1907]   JUST eighteen years ago, in his excellent History of the Charterhouse, Dom Lawrence Hendriks, monk of St. Hugh’s Charterhouse, Sussex, devoted one paragraph to the ‘Irish Charterhouse,’ as follows:- The Irish Charterhouse is the next in…

In My Father’s Time

My Father was just seven months old when the Titanic was lost.  He was three when the First World War began, twelve when he watched the British army soldiers march through Saggart on their way to the North Wall and eighteen when the Stock Market crashed inaugurating what came to be known as the great…

The Spirit of Sacrifice and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

This article was written by Rev. Fr. Philippe Pazat and appears in the current issue of “Ite Missa Est”, the magazine of the UK district of the Society of St. Pius X.  Fr. Pazat is in charge of the Society’s third order but there is no doubt that the following article could be read with benefit…