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Thursday, November 30, 2023
Wednesday, November 29, 2023
Last Sunday Bishop Schneider celebrated Mass in Milton Keynes. This was part of a trip organised by Catholic Voice, a newspaper based in Ireland. As news of the Mass spread, it became clear that the local churches would be too small, so it took place--with the approval of the bishop and the parish priest--in a school hall, with a remarkable portable altar.
It was a Pontifical Low Mass, and the Latin Mass Society sponsored polyphonic motets to accompany it. Following Mass Bishop Schneider gave a talk in the same venue.
Saturday, November 18, 2023
|Closer than most young Catholics will ever get to the Traditional Mass.|
LMS Annual Mass in Bedford in honour of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Saturday, November 11, 2023
The Latin Mass Society began this Mass following the tragic abortion referendum in Ireland. The Church of the Holy Child & St Joseph, Bedford houses the national shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the pro-life movement.
Wednesday, November 08, 2023
Tuesday, November 07, 2023
Monday, November 06, 2023
(Reposted) I delighted to announce the launch of
The Latin Mass and the Intellectuals:
Petitions to Save the ancient Mass from 1966 to 2007
Preface by Martin Mosebach
With contributions from Leo Darroch, Fr Gabriel Díaz-Patri, Philip Maxence, Sebastian Morello, Matthew Schellhorn, and Erik Tonning
I introduced it in Rome, at the Pax Liturgia Conference, Friday 27th October.
The London launch will take place at the St Wilfrid Hall, London Oratory SW7 2RP
As you know, I have many friends in the world who are artists, poets, authors, editors, etc. Now they are well able to appreciate our chant and even our Latin. But they are all, without exception, scandalized and grieved when I tell them that probably this Office, this Mass will no longer be here in ten years. And that is the worst. The monks cannot understand this treasure they possess, and they throw it out to look for something else, when seculars, who for the most part are not even Christians, are able to love this incomparable art.