8 Dec: Solemn Mass at the Cathedral of Southwark

I was very happy to receive the news that Solemn Mass will be sung at St. George’s Cathedral in Southwark (UK).  Here are some of the details:

Solemn High Mass (Traditional Rite)

11am, Saturday 8th December, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception

St George’s Metropolitan Cathedral,
Lambeth Road

Mass sung to chant by the Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir

Nearest tube – Lambeth North (Bakerloo line); Waterloo tube and BR; numerous bus routes. See Cathedral website for further directions.

I will be in Rome during that period.  I am hoping that His Holiness will pontificate with the older rite on either 2 or 9 December.  However, maybe I ought to pop up to the sceptred isle for this event. 

I am so pleased for my priest friends, fellow bloggers and non-bloggers, of Southwark.  This is a great benchmark for them all!

If you are anywhere within striking distance of Lambeth on 8 December, consider attending!  I will!

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  1. elizabeth mckernan says:

    Thank you so much for this information. It does seem ironic to learn of this event from USA.

  2. There is a Mass in the old form in Lancaster Cathedral, England, next Sunday.

    There will be a sung Requem Mass on Sunday 11 November 2007 (Rembrance Sunday in England) at 12 midday.

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