• In Search of Catholic Scotland

    Flickers of Faith in a Post-Christian Land by Beverly De Soto — Editor, Regina Magazine The guide at St. Mungo’s Cathedral in Glasgow, a centerpiece of Catholic Scotland, looked startled. He was a tall young man, an American Protestant with a newly minted PhD in…

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  • Clan Lamont

    The Bloody History of a Catholic Clan Because of a treacherous twist in the history of Catholicism in Scotland, Michael Safford is a modern day Catholic Scottish Clansman – living in St Louis, Missouri. Michael’s Clan Lamont is ancient, said to descend from Ánrothán Ua…

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  • Scottish Monks

    Life On A Monastery Island Q. Fr. Michael Mary, you have recently returned home to your monastery, located on a remote island in Orkney. Yes, sometimes when the “Stella Maris” — the monastery boat — arrives at the Papa Stronsay pier I am reminded of…

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  • Catholicism in Scotland

    On Fire for the Faith at Scotland’s Universities He is 22 years old, on his way to an advanced degree at one of Scotland’s universities. Astonishingly, he also belongs to a small cadre of young Scots ‘on fire’ for the Faith. This is all the…

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  • Mary, Queen of Scots

    The Real Woman ‘Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves. So be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.’ (Matthew 10:16) By Teresa Limjoco, MD Mary, Queen of Scots, approached the executioner’s block dressed in a petticoat – blood-red, the…

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  • Traditional Catholic University Students

    An American Girl in Scotland She’s in her twenties, raised in America’s Midwest – and now she lives in Scotland. She’s also a devout Catholic, and a university student with a particular love for the Traditional Latin Mass, like many in her generation. What’s it…

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  • A Short Story

    WHY CATHOLICS ARE SO OBSESSED WITH SEX By Beverly De Soto “Why is it,” said Jessica, my long-time friend, a non-observant Church of Scotland member, “that the Catholic Church won’t just, er, enter the modern era? Why are they so obsessed with sex?” Um, I…

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  • Uninterrupted Masses For 800 Years

    The Irish Abbey That Refused To Die by Teresa Limjoco, MD Village of St Patrick’s Well ‘Ballintubber’ — As with all things Irish, there is a mystery captured in the name. In the west of Ireland, nestled amidst County Mayo’s rolling green hills, sits ancient…

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  • Of Demons and Druids, Slavers and Saints

    The Real Saint Patrick “Is it of my own doing that I have holy mercy on the people who once took me captive and made away with the servants and maids of my father’s house? I was freeborn according to the flesh. I am the…

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  • ‘Ancient, Mysterious, Prayerful, Powerful’

    Latin Mass Brings New Life to an Old Dublin Parish Father Gerard Deighan is the pastor of St. Kevin’s Parish in trendy Portobello, Dublin, where the Latin Mass Chaplaincy for the Dublin Archdiocese has been established since 2007. In this exclusive Regina Magazine interview, he…

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  • “Sister Will See You Now”

    by Beverly De Soto “Sister will see you now,” came the dreaded voice of the School Secretary. I stood up and swallowed hard. Heart pounding. Sick stomach. Weak knees. I was six years old, and I was in a lot of trouble. The Secretary tried…

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