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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Mass in Snave, the Kentish 'Marsh church', this Saturday
This Saturday - A Missa Cantata in the marshes. (Click for a map.)
For only the second time since the reformation, St Augustine's in Snave, a medieval Kent church will hold a Latin Mass this Saturday 24th September at 12 noon.
This is an extremely important event because last year was the first time since the Reformation that Mass was celebrated in the church.
Snave is one a group of medieval churches built to serve very small communities on Romney Marsh in Kent. Now redundant, they are in the care of the Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust
The celebrant will be Fr Marcus Holden (Rector of the Shrine of St Augustine, Ramsgate) and music will be supplied by The Victoria Consort.
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Posted by Joseph Shaw at 4:18 pm
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