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.

Saturday 25 April 2009

New Low Mass Booklet

Here is the final version of a Mass Booklet which will be put into use at the Birmingham Oratory. Please leave your comments and feedback!

The best way to view it is in full-screen; on the Scribd toolbar below, click on the square icon on the far right.

Credit goes to Musica Sacra for the beautifully scanned artwork.
1962 Low Mass Booklet

If you would like to use this booklet in your own church, I recommend downloading my generic version from Scribd by going here.

Friday 24 April 2009

Ushaw Priest's Training Conference

Here is a stunning photo by Roy of the Middlesborough LMS blog, from the Ushaw Training Conference. This traditional mode of concelebration, private masses at side altars, is seldom seen nowadays. It is almost a more beautiful sight than a High Mass in full swing. It calls to mind silence, stillness, simplicity and holiness. I pray that all the priests who attended will be inspired and blessed to offer the Traditional Latin Mass to their parishioners. See Joe Shaw's blog for more details.

Sunday 12 April 2009

Dominus Vobiscum

- Paschaltide -

Christos Anesti!

Saturday 11 April 2009

San Benedetto, Norcia

A little while ago, in a Mass of Ages magazine, there was an advert promoting a small community of traditional Benedictine Monks, in Norcia (St Benedict's birthplace). I now support them, and recommend their new website.

Visit here

Friday 10 April 2009

Good Friday

In the ancient Roman Office for today:

In their affliction they will rise early to me: Come, and let us return to the Lord:
For he hath taken us, and he will heal us: he will strike, and he will cure us.
He will revive us after two days: on the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight. We shall know, and we shall follow on, that we may know the Lord. His going forth is prepared as the morning light, and he will come to us as the early and the latter rain to the earth.
What shall I do to thee, O Ephraim? what shall I do to thee, O Juda? your mercy is as a morning cloud, and as the dew that goeth away in the morning.
For this reason have I hewed them by the prophets, I have slain them by the words of my mouth: and thy judgments shall go forth as the light.
For I desired mercy, and not sacrifice: and the knowledge of God more than holocausts.

Hosea 6:1-6

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