The best way to respond to Traditionis Custodes is to carry on with the work of restoring Tradition. And that is exactly what the Latin Mass Society is doing.
We have good numbers for both our two practical events in St Mary Moorfields yesterday, the first since Covid: for the sewing it was a record, though it is a small scale event. Several new people came to the Guild of St Clare Vestment Mending Day and a great deal of sewing was done, bring many projects closer to completion and starting several new ones, to bring old vestments back into use for the Traditional Mass, repaired with skill, care, and love.
The Society of St Tarcisius Server Training was also attended by a number of new people, and we enrolled a new member, who had come all the way from Bournemouth to polish up his skills. Like all members of the Society of St Tarcisius, he committed himself to serving the Altar with 'fervour, devotion, attention, and exactness.'
The Guild and the Society of St Tarcisius are both affilitated to the Latin Mass Society and their events can be found on the LMS website, and on their own: Tarcisius, Guild of St Clare. No previous experience is required for participation in the events of either! And people of all ages are welcome (children to be accompanied by an adult of course).
Their next joint event is
25th September: St James' Spanish Place, London
For the Society of St Tarcisius please see the booking page
For the Guild please email them.
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