Welcome to the site for News, Events and up-to-date Information on Traditional Catholicism in the West Midlands (UK). I am one of the Diocesan Representatives for the Latin Mass Society of England & Wales for the Promotion of the Traditional Roman Rite.

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Sung Mass Missalette

Generic Sung Mass Booklet

Mass Listings November 2010 - January 2011

Every Wednesday 12 noon (Our Lady & St Kenelm, Halesowen – Check 0121 6021972 before travelling)
Every Friday 7pm (St John Fisher, West Heath – Provisional beyond November)
Every Saturday 9.30am (Newman Shrine, Birmingham Oratory)
Every Sunday 9.30am (Birmingham Oratory)

  • Monday 1st November All Saints High Mass 7.30pm Birmingham Oratory
  • Tuesday 2nd November All Souls Low Mass 5.45pm Birmingham Oratory
  • Friday 5th November Anniversary Requiem High Mass 7pm St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Friday 12th November St Martin Low Mass 7pm St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Wednesday 17th November St Hugh of Lincoln 6pm Low Mass St Michael & the Holy Angels, West Bromwich
  • Friday 19th November St Elizabeth Low Mass 7pm St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Friday 26th November St Sylvester Low Mass 7pm St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Friday 3rd December St Francis Xavier 7pm Low Mass St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Wednesday 8th December Immaculate Conception Low Mass 5.45pm Birmingham Oratory
  • Wednesday 15th December Ember Day Low Mass 6pm St Michael & the Holy Angels, West Bromwich
  • Friday 24th December Nativity "Midnight Mass" Sung Mass 4pm Birmingham Oratory
  • Saturday 25th December Nativity Low Mass 9.30am (Newman Shrine) Birmingham Oratory
  • Thursday 6th January 2011 Epiphany High Mass 7.30pm Birmingham Oratory
  • Friday 7th January 2011 Epiphany Low Mass 7pm St John Fisher, West Heath
  • Wednesday 19th January 2011 St Wulstan Low Mass 6pm St Michael & the Holy Angels, West Bromwich

Saturday, 25 September 2010

Missa Cantata and Training

Saturday 2 October at 1:30pm
Gregorian Chant Training 
& Altar Servers Training
(Two streams, beginners and experienced welcome)

Followed by Missa Cantata at 3pm
Feast of the Guardian Angels

Ending with Refreshments

St Michael & The Holy Angels RC Church

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Happy 3 years!

Yesterday was the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and therefore the third anniversary of the implementation of Pope Benedict XVI's Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, which basically makes it possible for me to do the work I do. It has enabled several new Masses to take place around Birmingham, principally in West Heath and West Bromwich.

Tonight Fr George Grynowski from West Heath's Parish (down the road from Cofton Park) came to West Bromwich to celebrate the Feast of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Last year this was actually a High Mass in his Parish. This year, a Low Mass with about 15 in attendance (plus, briefly, a drunk man looking for some money).

Fr George preached on the celebratory nature of such a sad event as the Crucifixion, since it gives us new life in Christ, and the great part our Lady took in this act of salvation. He then went on to talk about our Holy Father's great act of liberating the Latin Mass and affirming Pope St Pius V from 500 years ago, that it is the Mass of Ages that can never be abrogated or abolished.

In these days leading up to the Holy Father's visit, we pray for a spiritual revolution in this country both within the Church and outside it. The Holy Father may have made it easier to have the Latin Mass, but it has also served to make certain people more panicky than ever! As the Holy Father said in his covering letter, "make room for all the Faith itself allows", and I would urge everyone to remember that this includes not only reverent and beautiful worship, but integral and complete orthodoxy in Faith and Morals, as the Holy Father teaches.

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Sunday, 12 September 2010

Sunday 19 September

Of course in a week the Holy Father will beatify Cardinal Newman. Despite the Birmingham Oratorians being very busy, they will kindly offer Low Latin Mass at 8am. Please note the car park will not be available for use.

Friday, 10 September 2010

Juventutem Retreat UK

Young Catholic Adults is the English branch of Juventutem which draws together young people attached to the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Mass. It has its presence both at World Youth Days and the Chartres Pilgrimage.

Missa Cantata: ConsecrationEvery year Damian Barker organises a weekend retreat here at Douai Abbey. This year we are fortunate to have several clerics from FSSP present, and will have a Solemn High Mass for the Blessed Virgin Mary tomorrow at 11am followed by a procession in the Abbey grounds.

Fr Armand de Mallery FSSP is the retreat giver, and after Low Mass for the feast of St Nicholas of Tolentino, followed by a hearty supper, is tonight launching the retreat with a conference entitled "How God is present in the Holy Eucharist".
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