Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Chartres Pilgrimage Meeting in London

Anyone interested in coming on the great Chartres Pilgrimage this year will have a chance to talk to the UK organisers and some veteran pilgrims.

Don't be left behind next year! The dates in 2011 will be Friday 10th June to Monday 13th June (with the British group by coach from Westminster and back again, Thursday 9th to Tuesday 14th, assuming it works the same way as this year). Enquiries should be directed to chartres@duc-in-altum.co.uk

The prices are extraordinarily good value for money and the British pilgrimage is financially supported by the Latin Mass Society, making possible some sponsored places for those who can't afford it.

Here is a film with Dr John Rao, the American traditionalist historian, about it, from Gloria TV.


From the organisers:

All are invited to a Chartres Reunion and Information Meeting on 6 February 2011!

Father Martin Edwards has invited us to what he terms "a nice Mozart Sung Mass" followed by the reunion/meeting in his parish hall.

Time: 11 AM for Mass
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(Photo of the Remembrance Sunday Solemn Mass at St Mary Magdalen.)

Bring a packed lunch for afterwards in the Parish Hall. We suspect we should be finished about 3 PM.

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(Photo of the British chapters on the pilgrimage.)

It will be a great opportunity to get together and relive the Pilgrimage and for prospective pilgrims to find out more and meet the seasoned campaigners!

Where: St Mary Magdalene's Church, 96 North Side, Wandsworth Common, London SW18 2QU .


As it is a Sunday,, street parking is free round the Church. Nearest rail station is Wandsworth Town. A train from London Waterloo at 10:14 Am will get you there in plenty of time.


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For more on the Chartres Pilgrimage, see my earlier posts: start with this one.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:18 am

    Thanks for the plug - and see you there!

    MJE

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