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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Photos of SS Gregory & Augustine
I've finally taken some photos of a splendid new monstrance at SS Gregory & Augustine, so I thought I'd put them up here.
Fr John Saward was giving Benediction.
This was the day before the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima; the one side altar in the church is dedicated to her: here is her altar on her feast.
Sadly I will miss the Feast of St Augustine of Canterbury coming up this Thursday, but the Schola Abelis will be accompanying a Traditional Mass at SS Gregory & Augustine in honour of their secondary patron, with their customary Renaissance Polyphony. So please come along:
Feast of St Augustine of Canterbury, 26th May, 6pm, Missa Cantata.
Posted by Joseph Shaw at 10:38 am
Labels: SS Gregory and Augustine
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