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New Masses

September is traditonally the month when clergy are moved from one parish to another. As a result of some of the recent moves, we are delighted to announce two new regular Traditional Latin Masses in different parts of the country, united under the patronage of St Hugh of Lincoln.

In the Diocese of Arudel and Brighton, Fr Hatton will offer a Low Mass each Thursday at 7pm in his church of St Hugh of Lincoln in Knaphill, Woking and, in the Diocese of Nottingham, Fr Dominic will offer Mass in the church of St Hugh of Lincoln in Lincoln on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 4pm.

Autumn Dowry magazine

The autumn 2018 edition of Dowry, the quarterly magazine of the FSSP, has been published.

In this edition:
Editorial: Happy Thirtieth Anniversary
One More Priest Ordained, And More To Follow
The PRIORY CAMPAIGN: 18 July - 18 Oct 18
First EF Personal Parish in the United Kingdom
Who is the Patron Saint of our New Parish?
Tu Es Sacerdos in Æternum: Since June 9, 2018
Alexander of Hales’ Theory of Matrimony
The Prayers of the Angel of Fatima
Seventy Youths Take Part in our Summer Camps

Great news from the FSSP in Reading

Fr Matthew Goddard FSSP writes: 'It is our great joy to announce that on 8 September 2018, the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Bishop Philip Egan, the Bishop of Portsmouth, established our Reading Mass Community as a personal parish, under the patronage of St John Fisher.

Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane

We are delighted to announce that the Monday Missa Canata at Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane will resume on Monday 10th September at 6.30pm, with Confessions from 6pm.

Due to other commitments, Fr Patrick Hayward asked us to find another priest to offer these Masses and Fr Gabriel Diaz has kindly agreed to do so.

We take this opportunity to thank Fr Hayward for his dedication in offering the Monday Mass over the years and we also thank Fr Diaz for taking them over.

Photo: Rt Revd Hugh Allan O.Praem in Corpus Christi. (Copyright Corpus Christi and John Aron)

Eucharistic Congress in Liverpool

The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage & Congress ‘Adoremus’ takes place in Liverpool 7th - 9th September.

Although Masses in the Extraordinary Form do not form part of the official programme of events during the Congress, there will be celebrations in St Anthony's, Scotland Road, Liverpool L5 5BD at the following times:

Friday 7th: Low Mass at 9am
Saturday 8th (Nativity of the BVM): Missa Cantata at 9am
Sunday 9th: Missa Cantata at 3pm, followed by Benediction

Sunday Mass in Southampton

A number of people have approached Fr James Bradley at Holy Family, Southampton, and asked about the possibility of a regular Latin Mass on Sunday. Fr Bradley already offers a Mass in the Extraordinary Form on Thursdays at 7-30 pm. He has indicated that he would be very willing to hear from those interested and, if a stable group of the faithful can be formed, he wants to help make this provision.

AGM and High Mass report

Members of the Latin Mass Society gathered in Westminster Cathedral Hall on Saturday for the AGM. Reports were given by the Chairman, Dr Joseph Shaw (who, in the absence of David Forster, also delivered the Treasurer’s report) and Secretary, Kevin Jones. The guest speaker was the Rt Rev. Mgr Gordon Read, LMS National Chaplain.

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