8 March 2015 (Sunday) Pontifical Low Mass at New Brighton
9 March (Monday) Pontifical High Mass at Ramsgate
14 March 2015 (Saturday) Gregorian Chant Network Meeting
14-17 April 2015 (Tuesday-Friday) Priests, Deacons and Servers Training Conference 2015
4-8 May 2015 (Monday-Friday) Clergy Retreat in Bavaria
9 May 2015 (Saturday) York Pilgrimage 2015
22-26 May 2015 (Friday-Tuesday) Chartres Pilgrimage, France
29 June-10 July 2015 Roman Forum’s Twenty-Third Gardone Riviera Summer Symposium
5 July 2015 (Sunday) Holywell Pilgrimage
11 July 2015 (Saturday) Annual General Meeting
26 July to 2 August 2015 (Sunday to Sunday) St Catherine's Trust Summer School
1 August 2015 (Saturday) LMS Pilgrimage to Wrexham Cathedral
2-7 August (Sunday-Friday) Summer Camp for Boys
27 to 30 August 2015 (Thursday to Sunday) 6th Annual Walking Pilgrimage to Walsingham
Aylesford Pilgrimage 3 October 2015
14 November 2015 (Saturday) Annual Requiem Mass in Westminster Cathedral
As part of Cardinal Burke's visit to the United Kingdom, His Eminence will celebrate Low Mass at The Dome of Home, New Brighton. Mass will commence at 10.30am on Sunday 8th March. The Mass will be accompanied by organ & motets and there will be a Social afterwards.
Cardinal Burke is travelling to the United Kingdom for the Youth Conference hosted by the Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child (SPUC) in London. He has kindly accepted an invitation to offer Pontifical High Mass at the Shrine of St Augustine in Ramsgate. The Mass will commence at 6.30pm.
The Gregorian Chant Network (which is sponsored by the Latin Mass Society and other groups - notably the Ordinariate, the Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge, and the Newman Institute of Sacred Music) has announced their third meeting of chant directors, which for the first time will be open to all.
The meeting will be addressed by Dr Daniel Saulnier, former choirmaster at St Peter's Abbey, Solesmes, and one of the most influential chant experts in the world, and Giovanni Varelli, the Cambridge researcher who discovered the manuscript of the earliest written polyphonic music, which will be performed at the meeting.
The meeting includes lunch, for those who want it, and concludes with Vespers, followed by tea. The meeting takes place in St Wilfrid’s Hall at the London Oratory, Brompton Road, London, SW7 2RP on Saturday 14th March 2015.
For details of the programme, cost and Booking Form see here.
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!):
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Not only priests, diocesan or not, but any consecrated men are welcome, including deacons, religious and seminarians (cum permissione superiorum), irrespective of nationality and country of residence.
Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP will preach on Death, Judgment, Hell and Heaven. No one ends up in Hell against their will. According to God’s bounty, our destination is eternal happiness with Him.
Cost: £290 (all inclusive for 4 full days full board in modern
single rooms with en-suite bathroom + conference room + organisation fees + transportation from the airport and back).
Optional tourism day: add £80 extra, i.e. £370 in total.
Not included: return journey from your parish to Zurich airport: for convenience, each priest will book his own flight (estimated cost of return flight with Easyjet from London Luton: £85).
Getting there: Most of us will travel as a group. To come along, conveniently book your ticket now on www.easyjet.com for the following return flight (current Easyjet price £85 return):
Easyjet flight: Mon 04 May 2015: London Luton to Zurich Dep 13:20 - Arr 16:00 - Flight EZY204516 Easyjet flight: Fri 08 May 2015: Zurich to London Luton Dep 16:30 - Arr 17:15 - Flight EZY204616 Transfer from Zurich airport to Wigratzbad and return by hired coach will be organised for our group. In case you prefer to drive or take the train, the nearest railway station is HERGATZ (1 mile from Wigratzbad), on the Munich-Lindau-Zurich line.
Booking: Please send your Name-Surname-Address-Telephone-Email with your £100 deposit cheque made payable to FSSP ENGLAND to: Clergy Retreat, St John Fisher House, 17 Eastern Avenue, Reading, RG1 5RU, England.
More on Wigratzbad: http://fsspwigratzbad.blogspot.co.uk/
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
Bookings are now being taken for the annual Pilgrimage to Chartres.
Due to a change in travel arrangements, this year's Pilgrimage will begin from St Pancras International Station, London on Friday, 22 May 2014 and not, as in previous years, from Westminster Cathedral.
Full details can be found here.
The LMS is offering two bursaries of £500 Sterling each towards the cost of attending the Summer Symposium in 2015 (the full price is $2,900). The bursaries are for young adults (up to 35 years).
Full details of the Symposium can be found here.
The annual LMS pilgrimage to Holywell will take place on Sunday 5 July 2015. There will be a High Mass at 2.30pm followed by Rosary procession to the well and then veneration of the relic of St Winefride. Celebrant for 2015 will be Fr. Richard Bailey Cong. Orat. assisted by Fr. Edmund Montgomery as Deacon.
More details to follow.
The Annual General Meeting will be held in Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1P 1QH at 11.00am. This will be followed by High Mass in the Cathedral at 2.00pm.
The St Catherine’s Trust Summer School is back this Summer, at a new venue: the Franciscan Retreat Centre at Pantasaph CH8 8PE, in North Wales, for the week 26 July to 2 August 2015.
Pantasaph is very well-connected by road and rail, being a few minutes away from the railway station at Flint, and close to the motorway network. It is near Holywell, which many will know as the only Medieval Shrine to survive the Reformation, and for many years one of the Latin Mass Society’s biggest annual Pilgrimages.
Alongside the Summer School the Latin Mass Society Latin Course for adults will be taking place (see below for more details). Accommodation at the Retreat Centre is limited, so the Latin Course participants will be staying at the Pilgrims’ Guest House in Holywell.
The Retreat Centre has a Pugin Chapel, flexible facilities, and lovely grounds. It is a delight that St Catherines Trust was able to secure the venue for their Summer School, and we all hope it will be a long-term home for this important event.
The Summer School makes it possible for Catholic children to experience a week of Catholic teaching, in a wide range of subjects, from our enthusiastic volunteer staff, in the context of the Traditional Liturgy. This is an experience which is wholly unique, and is an invaluable supplement to both homeschooling and conventional schooling.
There will be daily sung Mass, with singing of the highest standard, and sung Compline each evening. There will be an outing to a local place of interest, and visiting speakers, outside activities, the perennially popular sewing group and a staged reading of a play.
St Catherines Trust is a beneficiary of the Latin Mass Society. Under normal circumstances the school would cost about £250 per pupil to run, but as the Latin Mass Society sponsors the event, there are no fixed fees. Parents and guardians are invited to pay what they can afford. Please take advantage of this tremendous opportunity!
For more information please contact the St Catherine's Trust.
The Wrexham pilgrimage, in association with St Catherine's Trust, will be on Saturday 1st August. High Mass at 11am followed by Benediction and Veneration of the relic of St Richard Gwyn (patron of the Society) will be at 2.00pm. The Mass will be a votive of St Richard Gwyn. The celebrant is Fr. Mark Kirby O.S.B. of Silverstream Priory in Éire.
More details to follow.
St Peter's Summer Camp 2015 for Boys (age 10-13 & 14-17) will take place in the New Forest at St Joseph Centre, 8 Lyndhurst Road, Ashurst, Hants SO40 7DU, from Sunday 2 August 2015, 3pm until Friday 7 August 3pm.
Six English FSSP seminarians and priests will be present full time. As a support to families, the Camp is heavily subsidized by FSSP England.
Requested contribution: £90.00 per boy. Total number of boys: 24. For bookings and more details please contact the FSSP: St John Fisher House, 17 Eastern Avenue, Reading RG1 5RU, England or call 0118 966 5284.
The 6th annual walking pilgrimage to Walsingham for the conversion of England. Pilgrims meet at Ely on Thursday evening (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 chaplain. The chance to strike up new friendships, or renew existing ones.
The annual LMS pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Aylesford. Saint Simon Stock, of the Order of Carmelites, received the Scapular from the hands of the Blessed Mother, at this location. The brown scapular of Mount Carmel, has become one of the most common sacramentals in the Church, and is a great Marian devotion. The LMS has an annual pilgrimage to this ancient and approved apparition site, just outside of London.
More details to follow.
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.