The July issue of our parish paper features an article by Fr. Bradford on “The Holy Name of Jesus.” If you signed up to receive Contra Mundum by mail, you should have received your July issue by now. You can also read it here on our website as well as all of the back issues.

This issue also includes a sermon by Fr Bradford and articles and writings by noted contemporary and classic authors, as well as announcements of upcoming events and news and notes for our combined congregation and community:

  • “The Holy Name of Jesus” by Father Bradford
  • “The Name That Must Be Proclaimed” by St Bernardino of Siena
  • “God Chooses His Agents,” a sermon by Father Bradford
  • “For Our Country,” a prayer by Reverend George Lyman Locke
  • “The Visible Invisible,” an excerpt from Letters to a Young Catholic by George Weigel
  • “The Precept of Courtesy” by Samuel Johnson
  • “Fall from Grace” from a sermon by the Archbishop of Westminster
  • “Thinking the Trinity” from a sermon by Austin Ferrar
  • “A Royal and Priestly Nation” by Alcuin
  • “Summer Vacation” by The Provost of the Brompton (London) Oratory