This blog is offered as a forum within which events to promote and celebrate the Traditional Catholic Latin Liturgy can be organised in the North of England. The idea emerged during conversations at the 2010 Low Week Latin Mass Society training course at Ushaw College.

Regular Sunday Masses in the North of England

St Mary's Brigg, Every Sunday 5 pm

St. Joseph's, Castleford, Every Sunday 3 pm

Sacred Heart, Broughton Hall, Skipton, 1st Sunday of Month 11.30 am

St Mary Magdalene, Penwortham, Preston Every Sunday 9 am

St Dominic's Priory, Newcastle, Every Sunday, 11.30 am

The Sacred Heart & English Martyrs, Thornley, Co Durham, Every Sunday 9.30 am

St Joseph's, Gateshead, Every Sunday 12 noon

St Mary's, Barnard Castle, Co Durham, Every Sunday 9 am

Our Lady Star of the Sea, Seaforth, Liverpool, Every Sunday 9.30 am

St Anthony's, Liverpool, Every Sunday 3 pm

English Martyrs', York, Every Sunday 6.30 pm

St Alphonsus, North Ormesby, 6 pm

Holy Name, Manchester, 4 pm

St Mary's, Gilbert Street, Halifax, Every Saturday 6 pm

St Catherine Laboure, Staningfield Lane, Farington P25 4QG, Every Sunday 11.30 am

Friday, 25 June 2010

Sung Masses at Scarborough & York

Taken from the Middlesbrough LMS blog; and of interest to those in Yorkshire, and along the east coast:

These Masses will be in the usus antiquior and will be celebrated by Fr Stephen Maughan with the music provided by the Cambridge University Polyphonic Choir, directed by Matthew Ward. Matthew Ward is a PhD student at Cambridge, specialising in twelvth centuary Anglo-Norman Chant. We have been informed that the music will include works by Byrd and Tallis, as well as the Winchester Trooper, Dunstable and a movement from the Missa Caput.

The locations and times are:-

Church of St Peter
Castle Road
Wednesday 30 th June

Church of St Charles
Jarratt Street
Sunday 4th July

These will be rare opportunities to attend Mass with such high quality music, so please come along and tell your friends about them.

The Mass at St. Charles will not actually start until nearer 1pm, as Fr. Maughan is covering at another parish and will have to dash here, so there will be Exposition, Rosary and Benediction beforehand.

It would be wonderful to see a high turn out for these events, especially the Hull one! IT is a great encouragement and support for those who do so much to prepare for the Liturgy, and who put so much effort into it; it is also a strong sign to others that acctually people are interested in this form of the Roman Rite!

If there are any servers who are planning on attending, please do bring a cassock and cotta, as we shall certainly be able to make use of you!

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