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More on the FIUV in Rome

Procession to St Peter's, from San Lorenzo in Damaso

For the first time, the FIUV General Assembly and the Latin Mass Society pilgrimage to Rome were coordinated with the Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage to Rome, which meant that the LMS and the FIUV sponsored some of the music for the SP Pilgrimage, and offered additional liturgies for the SP Pilgrims.

Bishop Laise processes into the Chapel of the Throne at St Peter's for Mass.

Matthew Schellhorn's choir from London, Cantus Magnus, sang for the Eucharistic Adoration which preceded the procession to St Peter's, for the Sunday Mass in Sta Trinita dei Pellegrini, for two Vespers in the Domus Australia where the FIUV General Assembly took place, and a final High Mass on Monday morning in the same venue.

An impromptu talk from Cardinal Pell at dinner after Vespers which he had celebrated for the
FIUV, with Cardinal Brandmuller, left, in choir. Between the cardinal sits Felipe Alanis Suarez,
newly elected President of the FIUV; to Cardinal Pell's left is James Bogle, outgoing President.
There are a lot of photographs now from the SP Pilgriamge here; these ones are my own.

The Abbot of Fontgombault celebrates Mass in Sta Trinita, the
church of the FSSP in Rome.

Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos, left, in choir, with Archbishop Pozzo, right, for Vespers.

Archbishop Pozzo incenses the Altar.

Matthew Schellhorn is introduced to Archbishop Pozzoo by Fr Gabriel Diaz, who is well
acquainted with the Archbishop from his time working in the PCED.

High Mass in the Domus Australia, celebrated by Fr Diaz, with Fr Thomas Crean OP as deacon
and Fr Andrew Southwell, a former LMS National Chaplain now doing a doctorate in Rome, as subdeacon.
The rest of my photos are here.

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