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Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Trinity Sunday in Holy Trinity Hethe
The Victoria Consort under Dominic Bevan accompanied the patronal feast of Holy Trinity, Hethe, celebrated by the parish priest, Fr Paul Lester.
Readers will perceive that I don't only go to modern churches. Holy Trinity, in fact, is the oldest Catholic parish church in Oxfordshire, dating from 1839. It has some lovely stained glass, and the stunning wall decorations date from the church's centenary refurbishment; architecturally, it is very simple.
The EF is celebrated here every Sunday at 12noon; on the first and third Sundays, it is sung. Hethe is outside Bicester, not far from Junction 10 of the M40 motorway. (The address is Hardwick Road, Hethe, Nr Bicester, OX27 8AW.)
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Posted by Joseph Shaw at 10:00 am
Labels: Hethe, Holy Trinity
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