Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Triduum in Lanherne

I've mentioned the Convent at Lanherne, occupied by the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate, a couple of times before; here are some photographs of the Triduum services they had there this year.

Here also is a short report:

Fr Joseph M. Taylor writes:
The Sacred Triduum went well at Lanherne. We are deep in the Cornish countryside and there are very few Catholics about and, hardly surprisingly, even fewer Traditionalists! We had an average attendance over the three days of about 18 laity. Some of these came down from London, lodged locally, and assisted at the entire liturgy. Of course, all the Sisters attended, and we are greatly indebted to their Chaplain, Fr George Roth FI, who officiated on each day.
The Sisters sang marvellously – it was a great delight.






More photos.

1 comment:

  1. David Clayton6:50 pm

    loved the posting. My friend Jim W. was there for Easter this year and told me about everything. Very best wishes
    David Clayton