Wednesday, 28 April 2010


A couple of weeks ago I attended a conference organised by the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales for those who wished to learn more about the Church's Liturgical Patrmony. I have attended a number of these training conferences over the years and learned how to celebrate Low Mass, Missa Cantata and Missa Solemnis. This year I was asked to lend a hand training altar servers and Masters of Ceremonies.
Below is a picture of me (courtesy of Joseph Shaw at presiding at Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in the beautiful chapel of Ushaw College, the seminary for the Northern Province.


Alison said...

Glad to have you posting again on the Blog glad in addition to have Ushaw partake and collaborate in the edifying beauty of Latin Mass. Your guiding hand is bringing this home to many who wish to learn this blessed liturgical form here. I speak to many on line, both here in Britain and across the pond, in N.America, and Latin Mass is proving beneficial among the lay congregation. People are open to God's grace and are witness to it given through this wonderful Mass be it Low, or Missa Cantata...people in Florida, Atlanta University....where Gregorian chant is taught and much appreciated. In this season of Easter may our collective appreciation of Latin Mass in the Universal church prepare and sustain us for the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost

David O'Neill said...

Great to meet with you at Ushaw. It was a great benefit to all of us, priests & laity, to learn more about the celebration of the EF
David O'Neill