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FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI:

This falls on Thursday, June 3rd and is an Holy Day of Obligation. The Masses so far known: Hampstead at 7pm; Battersea at Noon; Peterborough at 10am; Brecon at 11am; Abertillery at 7pm; Dundee at 3pm; Wallasey at 7pm
On Sunday, June 6th, the Second after Pentecost, there should be Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament where possible, or at the least Adoration before the Monstrance where a priest is unavailable.

 

 

 

 

 

OUR LADY OF PENRHYS, RHONDDA:

The Vigil of Pentecost Solemn Mass was well attended with 41 people present from our various South Wales Missions. There was just enough seating room - the younger people standing! The Bring-and-Share meal that followed was, Glenys says, a “happy crush”!! She thanks particularly the Ebbw Vale and Abertillery people who brought more than their fair share for the buffet.
The local scouts have generously offered the use of their brick-built “hut” (in fact a redundant Methodist Chapel!) but may not be able to provide the building as often as we would wish. However it is a generous offer which the Rhondda Faithful have gladly accepted.
The next advertised Mass will be on Monday, June 14th, Feast of Saint Basil, at 7pm. It will be offered at the Llantrisant home of our great stalwart Mrs Eve Talbot and, as ever, followed by the fellowship of the usual Bring-and-Share meal. Food again, but now an established & pleasant tradition! We heartily thank all our Rhondda folk for their loyalty and deep generosity.


 

 
 
THE LATE FATHER ERIC BILTON:

Bishop Anthony wishes to thank everyone who sent him personal messages of sympathy in recent weeks, following Father Eric’s death. He is missed by many people in the ArchConfraternity. The Mission at Barnsley Central continues, as has been stated already. There will be a Barnsley Mass during the summer; and meanwhile the small Barnsley group is invited to the next Mass at Manchester on Friday, June 25th. One of our Urmston stalwarts, Mr. Kevin Hogan, has offered to drive to Barnsley to collect anyone who would like to attend.

 
 
FEAST OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS:   

This great Solemnity falls on Friday, June 11th and please consult Clergy and Guardians about times of Mass. The London Mass that day will be at Queenstown Road, Battersea at Noon, before Bishop Anthony travels to Worthing for the celebrations there at the Mission of the Sacred Heart that evening. It is of course the Worthing Patronal Feast, and there will be Solemn Mass at 7pm when we shall, of course, remember the soul of the Worthing foundress, Mrs Jessica Boggis, who is still much missed in the town. Marie Todd invites all our Sussex faithful, and so far two of the Hampstead people have said that they will accompany Bishop Anthony.  And as usual the following day……….

 
 
AT MIDHURST:  

with Angela and all our dear friends there at the Mission of Saint Pius X. The Solemnity of Saint Barnabas, Apostle, has been moved to June 12th when there will be Solemn Mass at Noon, followed by Lunch and Parish Meeting. Rosary and Benediction will follow at around 4pm. All welcome. The Hove people have promised to support both these Masses and we look forward to seeing you all!

 

 
 
OUR LADY, STAR OF THE SEA, HOVE:

In fact there will be Mass at Hove on Tuesday, June 1st at 1pm, this time thanks to the hospitality of Miss Jean Smith in Newchurch Road. Please pray for nice weather so that the following lunch will be a picnic in the garden! Angela promises to bring people from Midhurst.

 
 
YOUR PRAYERS ARE REQUESTED FOR THE SICK

Rt. Honourable Margaret, Baroness Thatcher,O.M.;  Lady Jane Cambell

Mr and Mrs Mistry; Jenny Rees; Rosette Irwin; Charles White; George Hepworth; Jill Emery; Tam McBride;

Shelley Breach; Linzee Hickox; Mr. Aslan (Hampstead); Marie Jones; Peter Dean; Mavis Williams (Breconshire);
Meryl Lay; Len Barrett (Bracknell); Heike Podger;Will Malyon(Canterbury); Valerie Crombie; Jan Harper;Elsie Davies; Nina Harper; Doris Ford; Margaret Wyatt; Gertrude Perkin; Edith Barraskell; Mike Ryan; John Carr;
Peggy Derwent(Southampton); Renata Bozonova;Father Bohuslav Smesny;Jaroslav Marel;Jirina Starkova;Jaroslav Havlicek;Sonja Trpikova;Marie Starkova(Czech Missions);Eileen Thomas;Tony Keane;Christine Pugh(Ebbw Vale) Lyndon Brain;Breda Williams(Cardiff); Brian Tidey; Brynfil Taylor; Marian James; Kate Haines; Clifford Carter;
Eileen Jones;(Abertillery);Mr.Aylesbury;Frances Duggan;Wendy Hillier;William Bard;Mrs Mason;Brian Williams;
Mrs Hopkins(Six Bells);Patrick & Irene Cornesh(Finchley);John & Mary Hart(Alton);Della Edling(Covent Garden);
John Crouch (Oxford);Mike Gould (Paddington);Norah Hughes (Dublin) Nigel Dawson;Lisa & Kath  Mitchell;Joan Rawlins;(St.Pancras);Constance Vincent(Winchester);Gill Bencard ;Phil O’Hare;Robin Bencard;Gordon Passmore
(Battersea);Peggy Witcombe (Blackwood, Monmouthshire);  Mrs Teresa Mitchell; James Milton; Pauline Hamilton;
Betty Baker; Ann Mocatta(Worthing);Gerald Wilson; Tom Smith; Tracy & Alex Kerr (Jersey); Netta Piotrowska;
Hanna Mlodnicka; Terence Warburton (Shepherds Bush);  Beryl Hickman; Patricia Earl-Williams (Southampton);
Christopher Biston; Pat Lane (Norwich);Ross Fraser(Dundee); Annie Evans(Usk);Sandra Cavacuiti(Golders Green);
Sheila Warr; Sylvia Wynn(Hove);Noel Clarke(Huddersfield); Rosie  McFadyn; Rosemary McGagh (Bo’ness);Juliet Spicer(Edinburgh); Peter Casselton(Morden); Nigel Bunce; Peter Smith (Swindon);  Dot Unwin(Kilburn);William Owen;Tony Gross (Chelsea);Francis Hudson(Barry);Tony Banks;Jacky Tuppen;Tanya Wolfman(Brighton);Bishop Trevor Twentyman(Oxfordshire);Frank Raymond; Tim Williams (Midhurst);  Katie Dorran; Ben Catty(Finchley); Sister Tessa Fisk(Lindisfarne); Mavis Boylan(Whitehaven Cumbria);Gladys Target; Ffion Edwards; Hefyn Walters (Rhondda);Mavis Harrison;George Robins (Barnsley);Bill Barnes;Neville Line(Cambridge)Kim Morgan;John Allen (Cardiff);Christopher & Cathy Bosworth(Northampton);Sister Patricia Wade (Teddington);Gwyn Davies(Swansea);
Jim Ford(Dulwich);Lily O’Connor;Terry Dwyer;Mary O’Dowd; Mary Molloy(Manchester); Josie Poultney ;David Noble; Glenys Price; Maud Baskerville (Ebbw Vale); Anthony Dunlavey (Walsall); June Dunlavey (Peterborough)
Herbert & Elsie Buckingham (St.Albans); Harry Young(Glasgow);  Zdena Vychodilova; Eva Vojnova (Chrudim);    Colin Fisher(Bath);Marian Harrison; Countess Maryse-Antoinette de Goutiere; Helen Mango; Rosemary Burton; June Stubbs (Westminster); Bernard Phillips; Daveen Saywell (West Lothian)  Teresa Singleton; Bernadette Quinn (Rochdale); Vera Chopping (Reading); Anne Costello (St. Pancras); Sean McFadyn (Bo’ness, West Lothian)
DO PLEASE send in names for inclusion on the Sick List, and indeed tell us to delete the names of those physically recovered in health – or those who have departed to purgatory!!  Holy Mass is offered for them all every month  +

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
SOLEMNITY OF SAINT ANTHONY OF PADUA:

This falls on Sunday, June 13th and is of course the Patronal Feast of the Hampstead Mission. Pontifical Solemn Mass with Blessing and Distribution of Lilies at Hampstead that day at 1pm in order to give people from other Missions who may wish to come plenty of time to travel.   At 6.30pm there will be Solemn  Vespers and Benediction. Saint Anthony’s Day is to be kept in all parishes and missions of the ArchConfraternity, with commem of the Third Sunday after Pentecost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
DO PLEASE KEEP THOSE SECOND CLASS STAMPS COMING!!  

They are a source of real income to the ArchConfraternity, helping tremendously with the postal bill for the despatch of the monthly Notes. As we’ve already stressed: many of our older Faithful don’t have access to a computer – and thus to our Web Site – and really do rely on the “old fashioned word” as a vital means of communication. Particular thanks to all who sent stamps during January. Please send a February donation for Our Lady. Cheques should be made payable to “The ArchConfraternity of Our Lady of Victories” and sent to Bishop Anthony at the address at the top of the Kalendar  or  to Mr. Simon Gibbs, our ArchConfraternity Treasurer, at:
Gibbs & Co., Blackwell House, Guildhall Yard, London,EC2V.5AE.
God will bless you.    Holy Mass is offered monthly for all our benefactors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAINT SEBASTIAN, SHEPHERDS BUSH:

The last listed Mass was Saturday, May 8th at Goldhawk Road at Noon and we continue to thank Eileen O’Connor for her generous hospitality. There were 18 Faithful at Mass. There was also Low Mass at Goldhawk Road at 9.30am on Sunday, 23rd May, the Feast of Pentecost, and that day the Solemn Mass at Hampstead was offered at 1pm. Eileen recently acquired an early twentieth century paten and chalice; they were known to have been consecrated previously so Bishop Anthony blest them  for the sole use of Saint Sebastian’s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

THE CATHOLIC-ORTHODOX UNION OF SAINTS PETER & PAUL:

As most of our people know, this Union exists between the ArchConfraternity and the Ecumenical Society of Saint Augustine of Canterbury.
With the recent retirement of Bishop Robert McBride, leadership of TESSAC has passed to Bishop Martyn Douglas who will shortly be visiting London for talks with Bishop Anthony. We value greatly our continuing intercommunion with TESSAC and formally thank Bishop Robert McBride for his part in establishing it.  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

SOLEMNITY OF SAINTS PETER & PAUL:

This Holy Day of Obligation falls on Tuesday, June 29th when we keep the Intentions of The Catholic-Orthodox Union as mentioned earlier in these Notes. Masses known so far: Peterborough at 10am; Covent Garden at Noon; Brecon at 11am; Forfar at 11am; Dundee at 3pm; Hampstead at 7pm; and Monmouth (Usk) at 7pm.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

OUR LADY OF MANCHESTER AT MANCHESTER:

The last Manchester Mass was on Wednesday, May 19th at 1pm at Penny’s. Nineteen people were present, including five from Rochdale. Because it is Father Flynn who cares for our Rochdale folk, it is normally only when Bishop Anthony goes up to Urmson that he is able to see the Quinn family which is always a pleasure. The June Mass at Urmston is on Friday 25th at the usual time of 1pm. Many thanks to dear Penny Inglefield for all she does, and to Percy and Kevin for so kindly and gladly chauffering people to and fro.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

SAINT WINIFRED AT CARDIGAN:

The last Cardiganshire Mass was on Friday May 21st at Llandysul at Noon. Paul Martin reports that our student contingent turned out in force!  There were 23 people at Mass. As usual the entire Mass was in Latin but both Epistle and Gospel in Welsh. It is really so encouraging that the Mass of Ages has the strong support of so many students and other young people. We thank God for it.
We thank Paul and his “team” for all they do. This Mission is a bit distant from our other Welsh ones, but Father Flynn, who is driven to Cardigan, usually takes two or three Brecon people with him. Next Mass is Saturday, June 5th at Noon at Mrs Carter’s in Lampeter. Lunch follows.  Do please be sure to attend!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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