I picked this up from Marco Tossati at Vatican Insider – in Italian – about the homosexual Masses being celebrated in London in the Soho district at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and Saint Gregory (not at St. Patrick’s on Soho Square itself):
Messa gay a Londra, si muove la Dottrina della Fede (“Gay” Mass in London, the [Congregation for] the Doctrine of the Faith makes a move)
The offices of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith have decided to deal with the problem of services celebrated in the district of Soho in the British capital
The new Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, (Archbishop) Gerhard Ludwig Mueller, intends, very firmly, to deal with the problem of the Mass which twice a month is celebrated in London, Warwick Street in Soho for homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered, with the approval of the Archbishop of Westminster, (Archbishop) Vincent Nichols. It seems that already in the recent past other dicasteries of the Roman Curia, at the request and solicitation of London Catholics, have asked for clarifications and have underscored the concerns connected with an initiative of this kind. Among other things, an expert on liturgy and theology noted that there is a danger that the initiative will lead to a ghetto-ization of the persons involved.
What bothers the sensibilities of London Catholics in the quarter and nearby area, is the form in which the Mass is celebrated. In the petition sent to (Archbishop) Nichols some time ago, and in copies sent also to some Roman congregations, there is a complaint that homilies are given that seem to justify behaviors considered wrong in the doctrine of the Church.
There is more there, but that’s what I have time for right now.