This took place as usual last Saturday, with 20 people reciting the rosary in the cold by the roadside, by the entrance to the John Radcliffe Hospital, and four people praying before the blessed Sacrament, exposed in the Church of St Anthony of Padua behind them. The rosary was led this month by Fr Daniel Seward; Fr John Saward was also present.
The witness starts at 3pm and ends with a short benediction at 4pm. The next dates are
Low Mass, celebrated by the PP Fr John Osman himself, is now celebrated each Saturday at 9.30am. The church is remarkable and well worth a visit: see my longer post in the New Liturgical Movement here. Of particular note is the the remarkable rood screen, which with the East-facing altar survived the post-conciliar iconoclasm intact, is being repainted and regilded, and the rood itself only came back from the restorers last week.
It is wonderful to see Fr Osman's restoration of the church nearing completion, and it is a particularly great joy to see the Traditional liturgy back in regular use in this splendid church. I was privileged to serve at this Mass myself, and I hope in the near future to bring my schola to this church for a Missa Cantata.