Jesuit artifacts to be shown

Jesuit Exibition Of Neat Catholic Things, from Good Jesuit, Bad Jesuit

Exhibition of religious artifacts

ST FRANCIS Xavier’s Church, Liverpool, will be holding an exhibition of artefacts from July 30 to the end of September. The Jesuit church of St Francis Xavier, Langsdale Street, will host a collection of artifacts on loan from Stoneyhurst College, Lancashire, including St Thomas More ’s gold crucifix and his hat, John Cardinal Morton’s skull, Katherine of Aragon’s chasuble, the eye of Blessed Edward Oldcorne and James II’s prayer book. The exhibition helps celebrate Liverpool’s role of 2008 European Capital of Culture and is open to the public. For more information about the exhibition and planned events please visit www.sfxchurchliverpool.com

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Thanks and a tip of the beret to Joseph.

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Joseph Fromm said...

What I find interesting about the exhibition, is how tied to the the reformation and counter reformation the English Church is. In those days Salvation was a life and death matter. I wish in our easy times that we find ourselves in today, we (Catholics lay and clerical) would get a little more serious and proactive about Sacramental evangelisation. St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church is absolutely stunning, is it not?

Joseph Fromm said...

One more thing. Imagine what a Catholic English Monarchy would mean to the Church and England.