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











Monday, 13 December 2010

Pontifical Mass Holy Cross Leicester


Although it is a little bit South I thought something should be posted since not much has yet appeared elsewhere. Bishop Malcolm McMahon kindly celebrated a Pontifical Mass at the throne for the feast of the Immaculate Conception (10th anniversary of his episcopal ordination) followed by a blessing of a new Martyrs shrine at Holy Cross Priory Leicester. The Dominican community attended in choir with the prior, Fr Periera O.P., acting as Assistant Priest. Fr Crean O.P. acted as Deacon at the altar with Bro. Pearson O.P. as Subdeacon and Bro. Davoren O.P. as Subdeacon of the Cross. Frs Cahill and O'Connor assisted as Deacons at the Throne. Richard Hawker did an outstanding job of preparing the servers and as MC at Mass with the assistance of Nick Ianicelli. The parish schola did a superb job with Byrd's Mass for 3 voices and the Gregorian Propers.

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