Friday, 25 January 2013

Gregorian Chant Training Course – April 2013

The Annual Gregorian Chant Training Course will be on Friday 5 April 2013 – Sunday 7 April 2013 at the Oratory School, near Reading (RG8 0PJ), with a Missa Cantata each day.

Find out more HERE

Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Juventutem Bristol: Holy Mass & Social - Wednesday 6 February 2013

'Renew your faith by attending Holy Mass. Keep your mind focused on the mystery that is unfolding before your eyes. In your mind's eye transport yourself to Calvary and meditate on the Victim who offers Himself to Divine Justice, paying the price of your redemption.' St Padre Pio

Juventutem Bristol has organised a Holy Mass on Wednesday 6 February 2013 (Feast: St Titus) at 6.30pm at Holy Cross, Dean Lane, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1DB which is followed by a Social.

Confessions in the Traditional Rite is normally available from 6.00pm

Mass open to all 

Social is reserved to those aged 18 - 35

Please support the Holy Mass and encourage other young orthodox Catholics to attend! Introduce someone to the beauty of the Traditional Latin Mass.

PS We are looking for singing volunteers, if you can help please get in touch!

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Juventutem Bristol - January 2013 Report

Juventutem Bristol would like to give a huge thank you to Father Goodman for celebrating a Missa Cantata and for hearing Confessions, on Wednesday 2 January 2013 (Feast: The Holy Name of Jesus). 

We are also grateful to the servers and for Seth Phipps (FSSP Seminarian) being the MC. Juventutem Bristol would also like to thank the Choir (lead by David Bates) for their great efforts and the benefactor for supporting this month's Sung Mass. If you would like to join the schola, please contact Juventutem Bristol for more information.

Please keep the Priests that celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass in your prayers. St John Mary Vianney said:

‘If I were to meet a priest and an angel, I should salute the priest before I saluted the angel. The latter is the friend of God; but the priest holds His place. St. Teresa kissed the ground where a priest had passed. When you see a priest, you should say, “There is he who made me a child of God, and opened Heaven to me by holy Baptism; he who purified me after I had sinned; who gives nourishment to my soul. ” At the sight of a church tower, you may say, “What is there in that place?” “The Body of Our Lord. ” “Why is He there?” “Because a priest has been there, and has said Holy Mass.’

Tuesday, 1 January 2013