30 SUNDAY Fourteenth after Pentecost. St Rose of Lima, Virgin, double. Second prayers and Last Gospel of the Sunday. Third prayers of Sts Felix and Adauctus, Martyrs. White. Second Vespers of St Rose to the Little Chapter, thence of St Aidan with Commemorations of St Rose and the Sunday. [In Diocese of Nottingham, The Dedication of the Cathedral, Double of the First Class (with an Octave at Nottingham, during which commemoration of the Octave and Creed.) Second prayers and Last Gospel of the Sunday. White. Second Vespers of the Dedication, with Commemorations of St Aidan and of the Sunday.]
31 Monday. St Aidan, Bishop Confessor, double. White. [In Diocese of Liverpool, Plenary Indulgence.]
1 Tuesday. St Raymond Nonnatus, Confessor, double. Second prayers of St Giles, Abbot. Third prayers of the XII Holy Brothers. White.
2 Wednesday. St Stephen, King Confessor, semidouble. Second prayers A Cunctis. Third prayers at the choice of the priest. White.
3 Thursday. Of the Blessed Sacrament, semidouble. Second prayers A Cunctis. Third prayers at the choice of the priest. White. [In Diocese of Beverley, Fourth Prayers for the Bishop. At Newcastle, St Augustine Bishop Confessor Doctor (transferred from 28 August). In Diocese of Nottingham St Rose of Lima, Virgin, double. White.]
4 Friday. Feria. Second prayers Fidelium (for the Dead). Third prayers A Cunctis. Green. Abstinence. [In Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle, The Translation of St Cuthbert, Bishop Confessor, greater double. White. In Diocese of St David's and Newport, the Dedication of the Pro-Cathedral, double of the First Class. Creed. White. At Nottingham, of the Octave, semidouble. Second prayers Concede. Third prayers for the Church or Pope. White.]
5 Saturday. St Laurence Justinian, Bishop Confessor, semidouble. Second prayers A Cunctis. Third prayers at the choice of the priest. White.
More localism: "at Nottingham" here comprises only one Catholic Church, the Pro-Cathedral itself, so in that Church alone, in the entire world, will the Octave of its Dedication be celebrated.
At Brompton in Chatham, the parish of St Michael is served by the Rev William Morley. Masses on Sunday at 8.00 and 11.00. Catechism is at 4.00, and Vespers at 7.00. On Holydays, Mass at 8.00 and High Mass at 10.00. On weekdays Masses are at 7.30 and 8.00. Rosary every evening at 7.00. Friday evening Way of the Cross and Benediction at the same time. Exposition on last Sunday in May. The Garrison Chapel is served by the Rev James Carey. Mass on Sundays at 8.00. Sunday School for buglers and drummers at 2.00. Prayers and Instruction in the Garrison Hospital at 3.00 pm. Prayers and Instruction at the Royal Engineer Hospital at 4.20. On Wednesdays Instruction for the children of the Depot Battalions at 11.00. On Fridays Instruction for the children of the Corps of Royal Engineers at 10.30. Instruction for Buglers and Royal Engineers at 11.00. Rosary, Instruction and Confession for soldiers every evening except Sunday from 5.30. The Hospital at Fort Pitt and the prison at Fort Clarence are also attended.
It is possible to have your Confession heard in English when travelling in Italy: