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|Google images suggests that Fr Baldovin favours |
the 'tab' collar, when he's not in a
jacket and tie.
|Embroidery repair at the Guild of St Clare sewing retreat, Feb 2019|
|At the Guild Vestment Mending Day in London, March 2019|
Booking open for the Gregorian Chant Network Chant Training Weekend
Oratory School, Woodcote, near Reading RG8 0PJ
Registration is from 4pm to 4.45pm on Friday 5th April.
There is a Sung Mass at 5pm followed by dinner.
Late registrations are possible from 7 to 7.30pm, after which the course begins.
The course ends after Mass and lunch on the Sunday (lunch at 1.10pm approx.).
The weekend is being led by Fr Guy Nichols and Dominic Bevan.
Deep discounts for two, three, or more members of a single choir or schola!
I look forward to seeing many of you there!
|The Christ-child with the Doctors of the Law: an elaborate, classical, and beautifully|
executed sculpture in St Dominic's, Haverstock Hill, in London. The time, money, effort, and
sheer competence represented by the sculptures for the fifteen altars corresponding to the
Mysteries of the Rosary is staggering.
|LMS Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe, in the Church of St Joseph, Bedford|
Fri 22 Iota Unam talk, Fr Andrew Pinsent: 'The Traditional Mass and the Formation of the Virtues' 7pm in the basement at Our Lady of the Assumption, Warwick Street.
Doors open at 6:30pm
All welcome. £5 on the door.
Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory
LONDON, W1B 5LZ
The talk will be preceded by drinks and followed by questions and a recitation of Compline of the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Fr Andrew Pinsent has doctorates in both Physics and in Philosophy, as well as theological training, and is Director of the Allan Ramsey Centre in Oxford University.
This is the second of the Iota Unum series of talks, which will focus on topics connected with the everyday life of traditionally-minded Catholics: the domestic church, homeschooling, traditional catechesis, moral instruction, culture (high, common, and religious), religious history etc..
The purpose of the talks is not only to inform but to help traditionally-minded Catholics from across London and beyond to meet, discuss matters of mutual concern, and form a greater sense of community.
There will be a charge of £5 on the door to cover refreshments and other expenses.
Other events coming up in London
Wed 6: Ash Wednesday
Mon 11: Houghton Schola at Maiden Lane, Feria of Lent
Sat 9: St Tarcisius server training Day/ Guild of St Clare Vestment Mending Day
Sat 16: LMS Pilgrimage to Caversham: Ember Day. Mass 11:30am with polyphony
Mon 18: Cantus Magnus Polyphonic Mass at Maiden Lane, St Cyril of Jerusalem
Fri 22: Juventutem Mass at St Mary Moorfields, 7:30pm
Tues 26: Iota Unam talk, Stuart & Clare McCullough ‘The liturgy and crisis pregnancy counselling’
Fri 5-7: St Catherine's Trust Family Retreat & Gregorian Chant Network Chant Course Fri-Sun at the Oratory School, Woodcote: see here.
|Our Lady of Sorrows, appearing to gesticulate in horror at the sculpture deposited in her chapel.|
|Queuing for Holy Communion in Westminster Cathedral at the LMS Annual Requiem|