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Readers send us the following notes.

1. From England (Oxfordshire):
Masses for the quarter are now confirmed ... .

Please note the celebration of All Saints on Sat 1st November and All Souls (Sung) on Mon 3rd, both at 12.15 in the Oxford Oratory.

I'd particularly draw attention to the three special events:

Sat 25th October, the LMS Pilgrimage to Oxford: Solemn High Mass at 11 in Blackfriars, Procession at 2pm with the unveiling of a plaque, and Benediction at 3.30 back in Blackfriars. All in honour of the four beatified martyrs of 1589. Bishop Kenny, an auxiliary of the Archdiocese, will preach at the Mass and unveil the plaque. Please support this important event.

Mon 17th Nov: Sung Requiem for 450th Anniversary of Cardinal Pole, 7pm in Magdalen College chapel, followed by a drinks reception.

Fri 5th December: Solemn High Mass in St Birinus, Dorchester, for the patronal feast of this church, at 7pm.

As always we are eager to increase the pool of singers and servers so please get in touch with me if you are interested.
At the invitation of Bishop Moriarty and in response to Pope Benedict's Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum, priests from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter will celebrate a Latin Mass for the faithful of the Diocese attached to the older ("extraordinary") form of the Roman Rite (liturgical books of 1962). This Mass will be celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of every month in Cill Mhuire Church, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, beginning on Sunday, 12th October, at 1.00 p.m.

From St. Conleth's Parish Newsletter for Sunday, 5th October, 2008.

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