7-12 November 2013 (Thursday to Tuesday) LMS Pilgrimage to Rome
9-10 November 2013 (Saturday-Sunday) Una Voce Federation Assembly, Rome
23 November 2013 (Saturday) Annual Requiem Mass
14 December (Saturday) Confirmations in the Traditional Rite
17 May 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to West Grinstead, Sussex
24 May 2014 (Saturday) The 2nd LMS One-Day Conference
12 July 2014 (Saturday) Annual General Meeting, 2014
Timed to coincide with the Una Voce Federation Assembly (see below), this is the first LMS pilgrimage to the Eternal City. We anticipate Masses in major churches in Rome, a tour of holy sites and time for pilgrims to do some sightseeing of their own. Prices and details of travel arrangements are still being finalised (as at January 2013), but please contact us on email@example.com or 020 7404 7284 to let us know if you are interested in going (no commitment at this stage) so that we can assess likely numbers. More details here.
The biennial meeting in Rome of the International Federation Una Voce with delegates from the 40 or so affiliated national societies. There will be liturgies in major Roman churches which will be open to all to attend.
Our annual Requiem Mass for all deceased members take place in Westminster Cathedral at 2.00pm. The celebrant will be Bishop John Arnold.
Confirmations will take place at St James's, Spanish Place, London W1U 3QY. The ceremony begins at 11.30am and will finish by around 1pm, followed by a celebration buffet lunch for candidates, their sponsors and immediate families. The Sacrament will be conferred by Bishop John Arnold. For more information or to register yourself or your child, please phone the LMS office on 020 7404 7284.
The date above is correct. We have booked early because we will be having a couple of very special guests at the 2014 pilgrimage. More details to be released later.
This date is provisional at present. We are planning to follow a format similar to that of our first One-Day Conference that took place in 2012. The second of these biennial events will be centred on a common theme, and we hope to have a number of well-known figures (including from overseas) as guest speakers. Further details will follow in due course.
There will be High Mass at 2pm at Westminster Cathedral. This date is provisional and further details about the AGM itself will be published nearer the time.