Sunday, July 31, 2016
SCT Summer School 2016: photo essay
This was the tenth Summer School run by the St Catherine's Trust. Numbers have been increasing over the last several years, and we are now close to capacity with 35 students.
Fr John Hunwicke, the celebrant above, and Fr Richard Bailey of the Manchester Oratory, were present for most of the week teaching the Latin Mass Society's residential Latin course, with Fr Andrew Southwell, the Summer School's chaplain.
One highlight of the week was a visit to the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, which has an impressive collection of Medieval and Renaissance art, and some superb Pre-Raphaelites.
Fr Anton Guziel of the Birmingham Oratory gave us an evening talk, on St Philip Neri.
One of the students on the Latin course was a priest from Dublin, Fr Aidan Kieran, who learnt the role of sub-deacon at High Mass as a bonus.
One of the optional activities was sewing. The project this year was embroidered brown scapulars.
Another evening talk was given by the recently ordained Fr James Mawdsley FSSP, who is now based in Warrington. He gave us 'first blessings'.
The end of school quiz. Yes, they learnt a bit of Greek.
The Latin Course students with their tutors for a final feedback discussion.
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