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Monday, May 26, 2008
It will start at the War Memorial near St Giles' church, which is where the Woodstock and Banbury roads begin to split. Look out for people wearing animal suits and carrying a sign saying "Save the humans!"
See last year's walk here.
This took place on Saturday, and was a great success. It was attended by twenty people, including four priests (not including our host, Fr John Saward), from as far away as Liverpool and Leeds. It was led, as last year, by Mr Philip Duffy, formerly Director of Music at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Mass was a votive Mass of Our Lady. Here's video showing the repeated verse of the Introit (Salve Sancta Parens); the Kyrie and the beginning of the Gloria (Mass IX).
Here's the Offertory, Ave Maria
Here is part of the sermon, preached by Fr Saward:
Here is the consecration:
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Monday, May 19, 2008
Gregorian Chant Training Day
with Mr Phillip Duffy,
formerly Director of Music at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
sponsored by the Latin Mass Society
and St Catherine’s Trust
Saturday 24th May 2008,
Church of SS Gregory & Augustine,
322, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 7NS
9.30 First Session in hall
11.00 Traditional Latin Benediction in the Church
11.15 Coffee in hall
11.15-11.45: Priests only session, Presbytery
11.45 Second Session in hall
13.00 Lunch (provided)
13.30-14.00: Priests only session, Presbytery
14.00 Third Session in hall
15.30 Missa Cantata: Votive Mass of Our Lady
16.45 Tea and departures
Booking is required, as spaces are limited:
Fee: £15; students: £7.50; free for those in Holy Orders
Please send cheques,
special dietary requirements,
and contact details to:
Joseph Shaw (Oxford LMS Rep)
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Mass is at 6pm.
To find Milton Manor, turn off the A34 for Didcot (etc.), between Newbury and Abingdon, and follow signs for Milton. The village is very near this interchange. Turn left in the middle of the village for the Manor, by the Admiral Benbow pub. You can park in the drive, outside the front of the house.
For more information on the Mass in Milton Manor, please telephone David Joyce on 01635 874101.
Saturday, May 10, 2008
The Requiem will be in Dorchester Abbey, at
2pm Monday (12th May).
She will be buried in the graveyard of St Birinus, which is close to the Abbey Church.
Dr Berry was awarded the CBE and a papal medal 'Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice' for her work preserving and promoting Gregorian Chant. She led a Chant Training Day in Oxford in 2006. Her obituary in The Times can be read here.
Friday, May 02, 2008
From Maria Chang,
65 Lynette Ave, London SW4 9HF
The Pilgrimage will be from the 13th October 2008 to the 19th October 2008 and Our Spiritual Leader is Fr Andrew Southwell. At the heart of each day is the Mass in the Traditional Roman Rite in Latin. There is Daily Rosary, opportunity for Confession and we end the evening with Compline sung in Latin..
We shall be flying by British Airways from Gatwick Airport to Toulouse and the flight leaves at 13.30. From Toulouse we shall proceed to Lourdes by Coach.
We shall be staying at the Hotel Saint Sauveur at Full Board and the hotel is situated within 5 minutes walk to the Sanctuary.
The cost of the Pilgrimage is £525 per person with a supplement of £125 for a single room. This includes the transfers to and from the airport and all travel expenses in Lourdes but NOT Travel Insurance which should be arranged privately. We plan to visit Bartres and Betharam.
If you would like to join the Pilgrimage please complete the enclosed registration form and return it as soon as possible with a deposit of £75.00, cheque made payable to M F Chang.
I sincerely hope you will be able to join us.