Constantinian Knight Prof Vincent McBrierty talks on The Eucharist: Communion with Christ and with One another

Dublin, June 2012. Constantinian Knight Professor Vincent McBrierty addressed the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, Ireland, in June 2012 on the subject of The Eucharist: Communion with Christ and with One another. His Co-speaker was Rev. Fr. Gerard O’Hanlon, S.J of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice. The speech was made as part…

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Two Sicilies Royal Family visit southern Italy

London, June 2012. The Duke and Duchess of Castro, accompanied by their two daughters Princess Maria Chiara, and Princess Maria Carolina spent the long weekend retracing their families history by visiting some of the most important places associated with the former kingdom of the Two Sicilies. The Royal Family visited the magnificent Royal Palace of…

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Cooperation Ireland adopted as Delegation Charity

London / Dublin, June 2012. The Council for the Delegation for Great Britain and Ireland has formally approved the appointment of Cooperation Ireland as a delegation adopted charity for the purposes of fundraising. Co-operation Ireland is the leading peace-building charity on the island of Ireland. Since it was established in 1979, Co-operation Ireland has created…

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Delegate’s Engagements

London, June 2012. The Delegate, HE Mr Anthony Bailey, has between March to June 2012 undertaken the following engagements: 2 March 2012. Reception for the National Day of the Republic of Bulgaria. 12 March 2012. St Patrick’s Day Gala Reception in the presence of the Irish Prime Minister, an Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, to celebrate…

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Awards & Appointments

London, June 2012. The Chancery wishes to congratulate the following members on their recent awards and appointments granted to them. Mr Nadhmi Auchi – Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit Anhanguera of the State of Goiás (Federative Republic of Brazil) HMEH Frà Matthew Festing – Bailiff Grand Cross of Justice of the Venerable…

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Book Review: We Don’t Do God

London, June 2012. We don’t do God, The Marginalization of Public Faith is a powerful and challenging book on the marginalization of Christianity in Britain. This important and disturbing book argues that the law now militates against public expressions of religion and the established Church. In the book the authors, Delegation Knight Lord Carey of…

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