Mass-times, intentions and parish announcements for 20th September to 3rd October.
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Our peak live audience on LiveMass was on Maundy Thursday 2020 with 1,754 households connected. Listen to the nine-minute homily by Fr Alex Stewart, FSSP, freshly uploaded here: https://vimeo.com/455615905 Maundy Thursday 2020 from LiveMass on Vimeo.
Mass-times, intentions and parish announcements for 6th – 19th September.
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in a Field Hospital Newly released book by Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP https://aroucapress.com/x-ray-of-the-priest Since no priest wishes to be mediocre, why do many think priestly holiness too ambitious a goal? This book identifies sinful hindrances and spiritual resources for a fruitful and rewarding priestly life in the twenty-first century. These reflections are drawn from the author’s traditional priestly formation and from his twenty years of experience as retreat master for clergy and laity, and as vocations promoter. Praise for […]
Today, an on-line conference for all. Details here: https://voiceofthefamily.com/events/love-and-reverence-to-our-lord-lets-always-receive-holy-communion-on-the-tongue/ LOVE AND REVERENCE DUE TO OUR LORD: LET’S ALWAYS RECEIVE HOLY COMMUNION ON THE TONGUE An online conference “Love and reverence due to Our Lord: Let’s always receive Holy Communion on the tongue” will be held on Thursday, 16 July 2020 from 12:00pm EST until 2:30pm. This event is being held online for free and can be viewed on LifeSite’s YouTube channel and on the LifeSiteNews Catholic Facebook page. To bookmark the LifeSite YouTube channel, click here. The event will feature the following guests: […]
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.