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Day of Recollection

There will be a Day of Recollection on Tuesday, 17th October (marking the conclusion of the centenary of the Fatima apparitions) at St. Mary’s Church, Ryde on the Isle of Wight, led by Fr Matthew Goddard FSSP.

10am: First Talk "The message of Fatima", followed by recitation of the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary
10.30am: Holy Mass(EF) with sermon on the “Five First Saturdays'
11.20am: Tea / Coffee
11.45am: Fatima Devotions with the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary and a Second Talk: "Prayers and sacrifices"

A New Contemplative Religious House

A new foundation for the ICKSP in the U.K.: after a new Shrine Church, a House for the Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus!

Only two weeks after a second church (English Martyrs) in Preston was given over to the care of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, the Diocese of Lancaster and the Institute are pleased to announce that the Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus Christ Sovereign Priest, the female branch of the Institute, have accepted Bishop Michael Campbell’s invitation to establish a House in Preston in the Diocese of Lancaster.

St Joseph's, Aldershot

Fr Anthony Glaysher, formerly parish priest of St Mary’s, Ryde on the Isle of Wight, has taken up the position of parish priest in Aldershot. With immediate effect, Fr Glaysher will celebrate Mass in the Extraordinary Form every Sunday at 9am in St Joseph's, Queens Road, Aldershot GU11 3JB.

We wish Fr Glaysher well in his new parish, prayer for him and his parish Deacons and urge people to support this Mass in Aldershot wherever possible.

Timothy Fawcett, RIP

Tim Fawcett, sometime Latin Mass Society Local Representative and Committee member, died on 28th September. Please pray for him, and his family.

He was an indefatigable supporter of the Chartres Pilgrimage; in particular he did a lot of carrying the banner of the British Chapter, of Our Lady of Walsingham. He was a gentleman, a Catholic, and a true pilgrim.

New FSSP Apostolate in Bedford

For the past 2 or 3 years, a number of priests have kindly celebrated Mass according to the vetus ordo on Sundays at Christ the King Church, Bedford. With the arrival of a third priest to the FSSP's house in Reading, the blessing of the Bishop of Northampton and the generous support of the Parish Priest, Fr Patrick Hutton, the Reading-based priests of the FSSP are taking these Masses at Christ the King Church under their care, commencing Sunday 8th October.

Autumn 2017 edition of Dowry

The latest edition of Dowry, the quarterly magazine of the FSSP, has been published.

In this issue:
Editorial: Two new priests – and soon a third one
Why the cappa magna?
Concelebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
St Robert Bellarmine, SJ on Indulgences
Precious Book Donated to our Fraternity
The Wisdom of Old Age
Happy Summer Camps in Hampshire
How the Lord Jesus is present
Forthcoming events
Support our apostolate

Sizergh Castle Chapel, Sizergh

Friday 15th September (Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary)

 

Fr Daniel Etienne will celebrate a Low Mass at 7pm.  Refreshments afterwards.

Sizergh, near Kendal, LA8 8DZ.  Follow the driveway, and continue ahead instead of left into the car park.

Follow the roadway along and park in the courtyard in front of the Castle.

The chapel is upstairs in the south wing, on the right

St Margaret’s Convent Chapel, Canning Town

On Sunday, 17th September, Fr Stewart Foster will celebrate High Mass in the Convent Chapel on the occasion of his Silver Jubilee of ordination to the Sacred Priesthood.

Music, supplied by Cantores Missae under the direction of Charles Finch, will include:
Missa Brevis, Andrea Gabrieli
Ave Maria, Francisco Guerrero
Salve Regina, Chant or Polyphony

There is a Sung Mass every Sunday in the Convent Chapel at 6pm but to mark this special occasion it will be a High Mass on 17th September.

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