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The first time as a newly ordained priest that I concelebrated Mass was on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, at St James, Darlington. The principal celebrant was the then Vicar, Fr Dennis Smith. The preacher was the Bishop of … Continue reading
At the end of the Good Friday solemn liturgy the sacramental Body of Christ was taken to the Anson Chapel, to the sepulchre. The tabernacle was covered in a black veil of beautiful cloth given to church by a mother … Continue reading
In the evening of Monday of Holy Week we gathered for the poignant service of Tenebrae. Here are some comments of worshippers: “Our Holy Week devotions started with Tenebrae, a moving meditative service on Monday evening which included some wonderful … Continue reading
Having made the journey from St Chrysostom’s with our friends from St Peter’s, Oughtrington we arrived yesterday evening at the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, where thousands of pilgrim come each year to pray and rest, in this special … Continue reading