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Tuesday, August 02, 2011
First Mass of Fr Marek Grabowski FSSP
Fr Marek Grabowski FSSP made news with his ordination in Poland, this being the first traditional ordination since 1970. He is well known to the English Traditional Catholic community, as he has often visited Reading and was a member of staff at the St Catherine's Trust Summer School in 2007. It was wonderful to see him back here again as a priest. He celebrated Mass with the assistance of Fr Armand de Malleray FSSP as deacon, and Fr Simon Leeworthy FSSP as subdeacon.
I have never seen St William of York so full. There were people crowded at the back, the extension had about 30 people in it, and of course there was the choir in the choir loft. In all about 120 people. (No, Paul Inwood, not the 'same 30 people' in Portsmouth diocese going to more Masses than before, but four times that number at St William of York alone.)
Afterwards Fr Grabowski gave 'first blessings'.
More photos here.
Posted by Joseph Shaw at 4:56 pm
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