14-17 April 2015 (Tuesday-Friday) Priests, Deacons and Servers Training Conference 2015
9 May 2015 (Saturday) York Pilgrimage 2015
11 July 2015 (Saturday) Annual General Meeting
27 to 30 August 2015 (Thursday to Sunday) 6th Annual Walking Pilgrimage to Walsingham
14 November 2015 (Saturday) Annual Requiem Mass in Westminster Cathedral
We're happy to announce advanced notice for the 2015 training conference. From Tuesday 14 to Friday 17 April 2015 (Low Week) the Priests, Deacons & Servers Training course will take place at Prior Park College, Bath.
The price, as per previous years, is £100. The LMS offers subsidised places for full time students or means tested individuals, and senior seminarians go free. More details to follow, but you can book now to ensure your place (2014's conference was booked out - even the overflow accommodation!):
The LMS pilgrimage to York in honour of St Margaret Clitherow and the York Martyrs has been organised for 9 May 2015. We are delighted that the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom will also be in York that weekend and we warmly invite them to join us on this pilgrimage.
As previously, Mass will take place at St Wilfrid's Church, Duncombe Place, York YO1 7EF. Many thanks to the Oratorian Fathers for their hospitality.
The timetable is as follows:
1.30pm Solemn Mass
High Mass in Westminster Cathedral at 2.00pm. Details of the AGM itself to follow in due course.
The 6th annual walking pilgrimage to Walsingham for the conversion of England. Pilgrims meet at Ely on Thursday eveing (27 August). Mass takes place early on Friday morning and the three-day walk of 55 miles commences. Sung or High Mass in the Extraordinary Form every day. Confessions available throughout the pilgrimage. Traditional devotions and hymns en route. Spiritual talks from our pilgrimage chaplin. The chance to strike up new friendships, or renew existing ones.
High Mass of Requiem in Westminster Cathedral at 2.00pm. This is our annual Mass offered for the repose of the souls of all deceased members of the Latin Mass Society. Before Mass, a wreath is laid at the tomb of Cardinal Heenan in grateful thanks for his role in helping to preserve the Traditional Mass in England and Wales.