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William Bernard Ullathorne

"In February, 1833 there arrived in Sydney aboard the Sir Thomas Munro an English Benedictine monk of very youthful appearance. A lady fellow passenger described him with contemporary English Protestant prejudice as “a nice man but a bit of a Jesuit withal,” an oblique compliment to his subtlety in conversation and behavior. A Benedictine priest, he was Yorkshire-born William Bernard Ullathorne..."

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The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: The Canon—Part Three

"In this article we continue an examination of the Canon of the Mass, presenting the work of Msgr. Nicholas Gihr in his fundamental liturgical commentary The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: Dogmatically, Liturgically, and Ascetically Explained..."

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