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Fatima Statue – Indulgence

Fatima Statue – Indulgence

The Fatima Statue, blessed by the Pope, will be present at Holy Mass tomorrow (August 13th). All present can get the Papal Jubilee Indulgence for their own soul or a Holy soul. This Jubilee Indulgence is available on the 13th of each month until October if the statue is venerated in a Church and indulgence criteria is fulfilled. Confessions will be available before Holy Mass.

(For indulgence criteria, please click here)

 

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In case you missed it

In case you missed it

July saw the beginning of our new monthly bulletin. Each month, a copy will be made available online through our website & Facebook page, as well as to our subscribers by email.

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Weekly Latin Mass Announced in Down and Connor

Weekly Latin Mass Announced in Down and Connor

 


Sermon by Fr Martin Graham.

This week there is no sermon because I want to speak to you about an experiment, a trial that we will be starting in Lent.For the past while the priests who offer the Traditional Mass have been talking about regularising the Mass and so there are going to be some changes coming but I stress this is a trial to see how it goes.

At the moment Mass is offered on two Sundays of the month and then also on a Tuesday evening, here and at St Therese on the Somerton Road.From the First Sunday in Lent, the 5th March, there will a weekly Sunday Mass in the Extraordinary Form at 4pm and all the Masses will take place in St Therese.… Read More

CHALKING DOORS (20 + C + M + B + 17)

CHALKING DOORS (20 + C + M + B + 17)

If you’re a Catholic, you may have seen it: a mysterious series of letters and numbers, looking for all the world like an equation, inscribed in chalk over a doorway at your parish, or at the home of a friend. Maybe you thought you could figure it out. Maybe you were too embarrassed to ask, “What the heck is that?”

If you don’t know what the chalk is all about, don’t be ashamed.… Read More