15 March 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Caversham
29 March 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to York in honour of St Margaret Clitherow and the York Martyrs
29 March 2014 (Saturday) Day of Recollection at Uckfield, East Sussex
29 April to 2 May 2014 (Tuesday to Friday) Priests' and Servers' Training Conference
17 May 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to West Grinstead, Sussex
24 May 2014 (Saturday) The 2nd LMS One-Day Conference
26 May 2014 (Monday) Pilgrimage to Ramsgate
6-10 June 2014 (Friday to Tuesday) Chartres Pilgrimage
6 July 2014 (Sunday) Pilgrimage to Holywell
12 July 2014 (Saturday) Annual General Meeting, 2014
19 July 2014 (Saturday) Day of Recollection at Ware, Hertfordshire
27 July to 3 August 2014 (Sunday to Sunday) St Catherine's Trust Summer School
28 July to 1 August 2014 (Monday to Friday) Residential Latin Course
27 July to 31 July 2014 (Sunday to Thursday) FSSP Summer Camp for boys
2 August 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to the 'Dome of Home', New Brighton, Wirral
22-24 August 2014 (Friday to Sunday) Walking Pilgrimage from Ely to Walsingham
11 October 2014 (Saturday) Pilgrimage to Aylesford
15 November 2014 (Saturday) Confirmations in the Traditional Rite
The annual pilgrimage in honour of Our Blessed Lady of Caversham at the Shrine of Our Lady and St Anne, 2 South View Avenue, CAVERSHAM, RG4 5AB. High Mass will be offered at 11.30am.
Our annual pilgrimage to this beautiful city and site of so many Catholic martyrdoms (York holds the honour of having witnessed more martyrdoms for the Catholic Faith than any other English city or town).
High Mass at 1.30pm at St Wilfrid's Church (opposite York Minster). Benediction at 4pm.
Solemn High Mass at 1.30pm, followed by procession through York City Centre via the Shambles & Ouse Bridge, returning to St. Wilfrid's for Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Music for the Mass sung by the Rudgate Singers to include:
Mozart: Missa Brevis in D Min (KV65)
Byrd: Diffusa est gratia
Pergolesi O Sacrum Convivium
Peter Philips: Ave Regina Caelorum
& the Gregorian Chant proper for a Holy Woman Martyr from the Graduale Romanum.
Music for Benediction will include:
O Salutaris Hostia: Fabio Fresi
Tantum Ergo: Perosi
Adoremus in Aeternum: J Siniawski
On Saturday, 29th of March, there will be a Day of Recollection at Our Lady Immaculate & St Philip Neri, High Street, New Town, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ.
The day begins with Latin Mass at 12.00pm, followed by a talk, shared lunch, Adoration and Benediction, ending around 4.00pm. The Day of Recollection is being led by Fr Armand de Malleray FSSP and everyone is welcome.
Grateful thanks to Fr Stephen Hardaker for hosting the day, and to Pam Talbot for organising it. Since Arundel & Brighton Diocese is particularly bereft of Traditional Latin Mass locations, we are appealing to all to help support this event, to bolster the spirits and enthusiasm of those who have laboured long and hard in the area.
Venue: Belmont Abbey, Hereford. This takes place during Low Week. Training for priests (and seminarians in their final two years at seminary) in how to celebrate the Extraordinary Form, including the role of deacon at High Mass if required. Training given by priests experienced in celebrating the Vetus Ordo.
Men and boys who wish to learn to serve the Old Rite will be taught by experienced servers. All levels of experience, including beginners, are catered for, whether priest, seminarian or server. Full details of how to book are on our Training Conference webpage. Enquiries: 020 7404 7284 or email@example.com
Clergy Retreat will be on the theme: ‘The Blessed Virgin Mary and the priest’. In reference to Pope Francis’ decision to consecrate the World to Mary’s Immaculate Heart, we will strive as priests to deepen our relationship to God through Mary. We will meditate on the mission of the Blessed Virgin Mary to help us be configured to her Son the Sovereign High Priest. This will include: the role of Mary in the Incarnation and Redemption; her purity and humility at the Annunciation; her charity at the Visitation and at Cana; her hope and faith on Calvary; her spiritual motherhood in relation to the beloved disciple St John. Our Lady will help us deepen the love of our priestly celibacy and our sponsal relationship to the flock entrusted to our pastoral care and to the Church in general. Fr de Malleray FSSP will preach this silent retreat at the Marian Shrine of Wigratzbad in Bavaria, from Monday 5 May to Friday 9 May 2014 (third week after Easter). Happily, this retreat will take place in Wigratzbad where the Immaculate Heart of Mary is especially venerated; in Bavaria, of which Mary is officially the Queen; and in the month of May dedicated to Her.
Please reference "the LMS" if you do book onto the retreat, click the link for more information on the retreat for Catholic clergy on the theme of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the priest
Pontifical High Mass celebrated by Bishop Athanasius Schneider who is visiting England at the invitation of the Latin Mass Society. Mass at 12 noon.
Theme: The Traditional Mass and Evangelisation. Speakers: Bishop Athanasius Schneider, author of Dominus Est; Joseph Pearce, author of Literary Converts, a new autobiography Race with the Devil, biographies of Chesterton, Tolkien and Belloc and many other works; Fr Michael Mary F.SS.R, Superior of the Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer, based on Papa Stronsay, Orkney; Prof. Thomas Pink of King’s College, London; and Mr Christopher Hodkinson, Director of the Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge. Tickets are £20 each (£15 for LMS members). Refreshments available. Buffet lunch (optional) for a modest extra charge.
Booking infomation here.
This will be our first pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Augustine. There will be Pontifical High Mass at 12pm, celebrated by Bishop Athanasius Schneider, who will be visiting England at the invitation of the LMS. Mass will be preceded by a procession at 11am with the Relic of St Augustine, whose feast day it will be. The procession leaves the Shrine and takes a route along the cliffs and back to the church. Following the 12 noon Mass, there will be Veneration of the Relic. Afterwards there will be an opportunity to have lunch. The church has a cloister where you are welcome to picnic or there is a cafe close by. In the evening, at 7pm, there will be Rosary and Benediction. There will also be a reading from St Bede's account of St Augustine's bringing the Catholic Faith to England.
Not so much an event as an institution! Around 10,000 people participate in the annual Paris to Chartres Pilgrimage each Pentecost weekend, walking the 70 miles in three days, camping overnight to arrive for Mass in Chartres Cathedral. This year the British Chapter of the pilgrimage will be embarking on its 21st trip to France and the LMS is subsidising the cost for 15 young people (aged 18-35). Full details about the sponsorship are available here.
Our long-established and popular annual pilgrimage to St Winefride's Shrine and the Holy Well in north Wales. Venue: St Winefride’s Catholic Church, Well Street, HOLYWELL CH8 7PL. Pontifical High Mass starts at 2.30pm and will be celebrated by the Abbot of Belmont. Mass will be followed by a procession to the Shrine. More details to follow.
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.
Mass in the Pugin-designed chapel at St Edmund's College, Ware, followed by a spiritual conference and other devotions. Details to be announced, but this promises to be a great day. Bring a packed lunch.
This popular summer school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18 will take place at the same venue as last year - the Franciscan Retreat Centre, Pantasaph, Flintshire, north Wales. For more details in due course, watch the St Catherine's Trust website.
This will be the 4th Residential Latin Course organised by the LMS and we are returning to last year's venue at: The Franciscan Retreat Centre, Monastery Road, Pantasaph, Holywell, Flintshire, North Wales CH8 8PE. Prices for this year's course are yet to be finalised. The course is intensive, over six days, with accommodation close by in the St Winifrede’s Guest House in Holywell, which is run by the Bridgettine Sisters. The Latinists will be able to attend the daily Missa Cantata and sung Compline which are part of the St Catherine's Trust Summer School, which will be running simultaneously to the Latin course in another part of the Retreat Centre. More details here.
The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) has organised a Summer Camp for boys at Douai Abbey, near Reading, Berkshire. There are limited places (15), so please contact the Fraternity quickly.
Twice in the last two years, a group of boys from the FSSP boarding school in Normandy has stayed at Douai Abbey with one of their priests and staff. The Fraternity runs retreats at Douai Abbey several times a year.
The FSSP, during the camp, will have daily use of the lovely parish church situated on the Abbey grounds. The Cottages, where the boys will be staying (no outdoor camping), are equipped with kitchen, dining room and sitting room. They are located between the main building of the Abbey the parish church. There is a large cricket ground across the street and extensive woodland with public pathways.
With four of the FSSP English seminarians assigned to the Reading apostolate this summer, there will be an abundance of help and guidance. The two priests from Reading will obviously also be involved for holy Mass, confessions and general pastoral accompaniment.
Planned activities include: daily Mass (Extraordinary Form); altar serving workshops (Low Mass, Sung Mass, Benediction); outdoor games; catechism and apologetics sessions; art workshops; excursions (either local on foot, or by minibus or train to Oxford, Reading, Stonor House, Mapledurham House, all destinations within 1h drive).
For information on ages, costs and booking, please contact the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter on Tel: 0118 966 5284; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All are welcome to join this first pilgrimage to Britain's only fully traditional shrine which is administered by the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. More details to follow.
Our now well-established three-day walking pilgrimage from Ely to Walsingham (55 miles). Traditional High Mass every day, with traditional devotions and prayers en route. Full details and booking information are available here. For a taste of what it's like, see this documentary of last year's event.
Annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Simon Stock (founder of the Scapular) at Aylesford Priory in Kent. Sung Mass, spiritual talk, Marian devotions. Details and times to be finalised.
Our annual Confirmations in the Extraordinary Form take place at St James's, Spanish Place at 11.30am. The Sacrament will be conferred by Bishop John Arnold, auxiliary of Westminster. Please contact the office on 020 7404 7284 if you are interested in registering your child, or yourself, or to obtain information and advice.