It was wonderful to see so many of our parishioners last Sunday in Reading, Chesham Bois and Bedford and we are pleased that the new, hopefully temporary, arrangements for our Masses all went smoothly. Our sincere thanks to those who are involved in our booking procedures and stewarding. Our arrangements are liable to be tweaked, due to a steady stream of updated guidelines from both civil and ecclesiastical authorities and in order to enable things to work more efficiently. The first tweak we are making regards our booking system for Sunday Masses.
From 2pm-6pm at Christ the King Church. This is our first opportunity for adoration since the middle of March.
I regret to inform you that the FSSP England summer camps scheduled for this coming August in the Peak District have had to be cancelled. This is due to the restrictions imposed by the government, which made it unrealistic for Savio House to host us this time. Here’s hoping and praying that the 2021 camps will be even better to compensate!
Plus, the latest online bulletin.
Spring 2020 In this issue: Editorial: God Is At Work To Believe, Or Not To Believe? LiveMass: Consoling And Evangelising Empty Churches And Full Communion St Louis De Montfort And the Bishops Principles Of Hierarchical Communion Dowry Of Mary I Am The Good Shepherd New Book On The Sacred Priesthood Support Our Apostolate
And online bulletin…
Please sign this important petition: https://citizengo.org/en-gb/rf/179408-open-our-churches-and-restore-worship Open our churches To Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, All of the signers of this petition have experienced, like everyone else, the separation from our loved ones… but also the separation from places of worship as part of the COVID lockdown imposed on our country. On 11th May the government published a 50 page roadmap outlining the steps which will be taken in order to alleviate some of […]
The Men’s Talk this evening (Wed 6th May 2020 8pm) on LiveMass.net (Warrington live) will be given by Fr Armand de Malleray FSSP. In response to interest expressed after a Lenten sermon on this topic, Fr de Malleray will offer a two-part commentary on the celebrated Marian hymn. While the Stabat Mater fits with Lent rather than Eastertide, its spirituality can benefit Catholic souls at all times, especially in the present sacramental dearth. This is part of St Mary’s weekly […]
Plus, the latest bulletin now online.