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Latin Mass Society Conference in London

I'd like to announce an important event, the Latin Mass Society's first conference. We have a good range of speakers, tickets are reasonably priced, and I urge everyone who can be in London on 9th June to come along. Book online here.

Latin Mass Society One Day Conference: ‘Traditional Liturgy and Catholic Life’

Saturday, 9 June 2012 (doors open 10am)
Regent Hall, 275 Oxford Street, London W1C 2DJ (opposite BHS, less than 5 minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus)

(Low Mass beforehand at 9am at St James’s, Spanish Place, London W1U 3QY)

11am Dr John Rao (of The Roman Forum)
 Website: For the Whole Christ

From Darkness Into Light: Contemporary Barbarism, the Traditional Liturgy, and the Construction of a Civilised Society

Fr John Zuhlsdorf
12 noon Stuart McCullough (of the Good Counsel Network)
 Blog: Ecumenical DiablogSpiritual Warfare and the End of Abortion

2pm Fr John Zuhlsdorf 
  Blog: What Does the Prayer Really Say?
Title to be confirmed

Fr Tim
Fr Tim Finigan
3pm Fr Tim Finigan
 Blog: The Hermeneutic of Continuity(parish priest, blogger and columnist) ‘Traditional Liturgy in the Modern Parish’

John Hunwicke
4pm Rev John Hunwicke (of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham)
 Blog: Liturgical Notes
Education without Religion a pure Evil?

Speakers’ talks to be followed by a discussion panel (ends 6pm)

Fee £20; £15 for LMS members.

Book online here.


  1. Jason C.2:53 PM

    Happily, Mr. Hunwicke will soon be the Rev. Mr. Hunwicke (May 26th actually).

  2. Gratias3:21 PM

    LMS is a founding member of Una Voce. They have done much good. Glad to see that blogging fathers have a prominent role in the conference. Blogs have given a voice to tradition.


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