The autumn edition of Dowry, the quarterly magazine of the FSSP, has been published.
In this edition, Fr de Malleray gives thanks that the Fraternity is blessed with one priest from England ordained every year.
Other articles include:
The “L” Factor – how there has been a rush for traditional hand missals at St Mary’s Shrine.
Who says “Hocus Pocus”? – the text of Fr de Malleray’s homily at the First Solemn Mass of Fr James Mawdsley, FSSP.
Girls with a Goal in Life – a report on St Petronilla’s Summer Camp for Girls.
As reported earlier this year, Sunday (11th September) was the start of a regular Sunday Mass in the Extraordinary Form in the centre of Bradford.
Bishop Marcus Stock, Bishop of Leeds, kindly agreed to a request for a permanent home for the Latin Mass within his diocese. He nominated St Joseph’s Church, Pakington Street, Bradford BD5 7LD as that home.
It is envisaged that there will be at least two sung Sunday Masses per month, when this is not possible, it will be a Low Mass.
A reminder that we are accepting bookings for our annual Walking Pilgrimage to Walsingham, Friday 26 August to Sunday 28 August 2016.
This will be our seventh walking pilgrimage to Walsingham for the conversion of England. Pilgrims meet at Ely on the Thursday evening and, after Mass early Friday morning, start the 55-mile walk to Walsingham.
This Sunday, June 12th, 2016, Cantores Missae, a consort group of singers comprising some of the UK's leading soloists under the direction of Charles Finch, will be singing at the 11.00am Mass at St Bede’s.
Music for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost will include:
Ordinary: Missa Petre ego pro te rogavi Alonso Lobo
Offertory: Ave Maria Francisco Guerrero
Communion: O sacrum convivium William Byrd
Music for this Mass is being sponsored by the Latin mass Society.
This is a reminder to members that the AGM will take place in Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1P 1QW on Saturday, 9th July. The meeting starts at 11am – doors open from 10.30am.
The guest speaker will be Archbishop Thomas Gullickson on ‘The Persecution of the Church’.
A buffet lunch will be provided for all paid-up members but THIS MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE. There is a nominal charge of £5 per head.
Archbishop Thomas Gullickson, Nuncio to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, will celebrate First Vespers (in the Extraordinary Form) of SS John Fisher & Thomas More on Friday, 8th July in St Mary Magdalen's, 96 North Side Wandsworth Common, London SW18 2QU at 5.30pm.
Vespers will be offered for the repose of the soul of Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966) on the 50th anniversary of his death. Waugh was one of the founding members of the LMS.
Vespers will be followed by Benediction, after which, the Archbishop will deliver a talk about Evelyn Waugh.
The summer edition of Dowry, the quarterly magazine of the FSSP, has been published.
In this edition, Fr de Malleray addresses the question ‘Happy as God in Europe?’ and concludes that true happiness calls for completion in blessedness.
Other articles include: