30 December 2010

Campaign For The Real Epiphany - Updated

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And a third!

Two new Masses in two new dioceses added from the combox.  I'll update every time I'm told of a new venue.

Here is the totality of what the LMS believes to be the celebration of the Feast of the Epiphany in England and Wales on 6 January.  Not much use for most people in England and Wales, as there are no Masses listed at all in the Dioceses of Arundel & Brighton, East Anglia, Hallam, Menevia, Middlesbrough, Northampton, Salford, Shrewsbury or Wrexham, and precious few elsewhere.

Special thanks to those priests who have arranged to ensure that Mass is available at a time when those of us who are working might be able to attend.


Westminster

8.00am Low Mass The Oratory Brompton Road London SW7 2RP
11.00am Low Mass St James Spanish Place George St London W1U 3QY
6.30pm Sung Mass Corpus Christi Maiden Lane London WC2E 7NB
7.30pm Low Mass St Bonaventure 81 Parkway Welwyn Garden City AL8 6JF

Arundel and Brighton

7.00pm Low Mass St Mary Magdalene Brighton

Birmingham

7.30am Low Mass St Joseph Hall St Burslem Stoke on Trent ST6 4BB
9.00am Low Mass St Anthony of Padua 115 Headley Way Oxford OX3 7NS
12.15pm Low Mass The Oratory Woodstock Rd Oxford OX2 6HA
7.30pm High Mass The Oratory Hagley Rd Birmingham B16 8UE

Brentwood

10.30am Low Mass Our Lady Immaculate New London Rd Chelmsford CM2 0AR

Cardiff

7.00pm High Mass Our Lady & St Michael Pen-y-Pound Abergavenny NP7 5UD

Clifton

7.30am Low Mass St George Boreham Rd Warminster Wilts BA12 9JP
8.00am Low Mass St Dominic Jubilee Rd Dursley Glos GL11 4ES
8.15am Low Mass Prinknash Abbey Cranham Glos GL4 8EX
9.30am Low Mass Our Lady of Lourdes 28 Baytree Rd Weston s. Mare BS22 8HQ
12.15pm Low Mass Our Lady Magdalene Street Glastonbury BA6 9EJ
6.00pm Low Mass SS Joseph & Theresa 16 Chamberlain St Wells BA5 2PF
6.00pm Low Mass St Gregory 10 St James Square Cheltenham GL50 3PR

Hexham & Newcastle

12.00hrs Low Mass SS Joseph Patrick & Cuthbert Coxhoe Co. Durham DH6 4DA
7.30pm Sung Mass St Mary’s Forest Hall Newcastle NE12 7AB

Lancaster

6.30pm Low Mass St Peter’s Cathedral Balmoral Rd Lancaster LA1 3BT

Leeds

6.45am Low Mass St Mary of the Angels Cross Bank Batley WF17 8PQ

Liverpool

12.00hrs Low Mass St Anthony Scotland Rd Liverpool L5 5BD
7.00pm Low Mass Our Lady Star of the Sea Crescent Rd Seaforth Liverpool L21 4LJ
7.00pm Low Mass St Catherine Laboure Stanifield Lane Preston PR25 4QG

Middlesbrough

6.00pm Low Mass English Martys Dalton Terrace York

Nottingham

6.00pm Sung Mass Holy Cross Priory 45 Wellington Street Leicester LE12 6QD
6.00pm Low Mass Rosmini Centre Ratcliffe on the Wreake Leics LE7 4SJ
Tba High Mass Holy Souls Frodingham Rd Scunthorpe DN15 7TA

Plymouth

7.30am Sung Mass Lanherne Monastery St Mawgan Nr Newquay Cornwall TR8 4ER

Portsmouth

11.00am Low Mass St William of York Upper Redlands Rd Reading RG1 5JT
TBC Low Mass St Mary High St Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2RG

Salford

7.00pm Low Mass English Martyrs Alexandra Rd South Manchester

Southwark

7.00am Low Mass St Bede Thornton Rd London SW12 0LF
and also
12.30pm Sung Mass & Blessing of Epiphany Water

8.00pm Sung Mass Our Lady of the Rosary Burnt Oak Lane Blackfen DA15 8LW

9 comments:

lms rep said...

Please note there will be Mass on Thursday 6th. January at 7.00p.m. at English Martyrs, Alexandra Rd South, Manchester at 7.00p.m. Salford Diocese.

Yorkmum said...

There will be low mass at 6pm on Thursday 6th January at English Martyrs Church, Dalton Terrace, York.

Richard Collins said...

There were some figures published a few months ago showing how the EF Masses had boomed in France.
In this country, we are still pushing the snowball up the hill.
A hill that the Bishops make higher every step of the way!

Dorothy said...

Thank you, Ttony, for this helpful post.

Fr Ray Blake said...

Low Mass 7pm at S M Magdalen Brighton.

Giorgio Roversi said...

A Petition to save Ushaw College from closure is now on line.

Mike Cliffson said...
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Mike Cliffson said...

Slightly off the point:
We 3 three kings from Orien Tar·
have a right to be peeved that our feast you should mar
what Tudors frampled,and Cromwell trampled,
You lot date away with much blah

One of my godmother, Sr MarionHopeParker's (kiwi, Oxon doctorate on shaks, much persecuted, convert, carmelite hermit)'s minor aims in life was to restore the magi as a major social feast for catholics, resolutely giftgiving and card sending herself on the sixthJan Although she succeeded in one major aim-Rome evetually revived a western rite rule for religious solitaries, something in abeyance for centuries, she got brushoffs from all alike for the above.

Aim:Salvation for all souls.
under which heading LIVING DIFFERENTLY mught well help: Fish on fridays, public rosaries, beer and boy bishops etc on st nicholas 6th Dec, like an early adventaceous canon CHRISTMAS unalloyed, with midnight mass etc, Epiphany with a BANG 6th Jan, and the whole christmas season, DECORATIONS INC to candlemas.

IF the world wants to celebrate january sales and so on, so be it, but catholics shouldnt be living so in the world that it's like those fiendish spot the difference puzzles for long journeys.

làm bằng đại học said...

Thank you, Ttony, for this helpful post.