Fr John Abberton of Stella Maris has an interesting post on "Elgar and other Catholics"
which has given me an excuse to post this snap of St George's, Worcester which I took in October 2010. Elgar was organist at St George's from 1885 until 1889- although he had deputised for his father, who preceded him in the post, from 1872. At his leaving the parish priest, Fr Knight, presented him with a copy of Blessed John Henry Newman's poem "The Dream of Gerontius" as a wedding present. The rest is, as they say, history!
Commandery of Tully (Walsh) - *The Remains of the Commandery of Tully* *Known locally as 'The Black Abbey'* The following is from Fr. Thomas Walsh's *History of the Irish Hierarchy*,...
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