Blackfriars TLM for the English Martyrs

There are some very beautiful photos at Godzdogz of a TLM celebrated at Blackfriars, London for the feast of the English Martyrs.

Here is a sample.

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6 Responses to Blackfriars TLM for the English Martyrs

  1. Was this the Dominican rite? If the Roman, was that the first time it was publickly celebrated there, not just since the Council, but ever?

  2. Tim says:

    Father, I think you mean Blackfriars in Oxford, not London (where Blackfriars is now an Underground and railway station).

  3. patrick_f says:

    Beautiful altar. You know, in someways, I think the plain sanctuary walls help bring out the altar more, which is the focal point of any liturgy.

    Likewise, some of the oratories that are erected are a blessing, as they sometimes have the same characteristics

  4. PhilipNeri says:

    Yup, that’s Blackfriars, Oxford. . .and Fr. Simon Gaine, OP, presiding. And the dalmatic the deacon is wearing is the one I wore when I was ordained there in 2004. It is really heavy and hot. One of the cheeky English ladies at the garden party after the ordinations said I looked like an unusually large Chinese peasant woman on her wedding day! English humor, heh.

    Fr. Philip, OP

  5. viennaguy says:

    I was there! This beautiful Mass (Roman, not Dominican Rite) was followed by a well attended procession through Oxford led by Fr Leworthy FSSP along the route the 4 martyrs took to the gallows. Wonderful day despite the rain.

  6. Fra Alban says:

    As viennaguy points out, it was Roman Rite, but the entire Sanctuary party (with the exception, of the MC, were Dominican. This is rapidly becoming an annual event; there was one held last year as well. The Sacred Ministers were: Fr. Simon Gaine, OP- Celebrant, Fr. Richard Conrad, OP- Deacon, and Br. Lawrence Lew, OP- Subdeacon. It was the first time, I think, that Fr. Simon celebrated High Mass in the EF.