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Mass times and Confession:

On all Sundays of the month, a Latin Mass will be offered at 5.30pm. Tea & biscuits are available afterwards in the upstairs room, and a chance to meet others / view the books for sale.

NEW  An extract from the new Newsletter Ite Missa Est authored by Fr. Robert Brucciani (District Superior – GB and Scandinavia) for November-December 2015.    


In The Balance

Having reviewed the operations of the Society in the District, I think it is important that the faithful know something of our income and running costs.

In 2014 the income from collections and donations amounted to £620 per faithful, per annum.

Running costs amounted to £1120 per faithful per annum.

The difference was made up by reserves and legacies. Clearly, this mismatch of income and expenditure cannot continue for very long and requires that we implement austerity measures to increase income and reduce costs.

Increasing Income

The best way of increasing income is to increase the number of faithful who attend our Mass Centres! Financial gain should not be our first motive, however. We need to convince others of the necessity of the Society of St. Pius X for the preservation of Catholic tradition and hence the future of the Church itself. Recent events in Rome make even clearer the need for a stable, well founded priestly society professing the integral Catholic Faith who can speak out without fear of the machinations of those who profess a new theology—a theology which puts God at the service of man. Loyalty among existing faithful and recruitment of new faithful is therefore vital for our future.

One easy way of increasing support is to encourage others to subscribe to our email announcements. Just send email addresses to .

Another way of increasing income is to maximise the number of donations which take advantage of the Gift Aid Scheme. Gift Aid is a way for charities to increase the value of monetary gifts from UK taxpayers by claiming back the basic rate tax paid by the donor on the donation. It can increase the value of donations by a quarter at no extra cost to the donor. You can either put cash donations in the yellow envelopes available at all of the chapels, or sign a declaration of donations made over a period of time. The form can be found here:

Decreasing Expenditure

We are actively implementing cost cuttting measures such as renegotiating or cancelling unfavourable service contracts, reducing paid staff and increasing the efficiency of the way we do things (eg. meetings/catechism by Skype instead of face-to-face). One quick way of increasing efficiency and reducing costs is to allow us to communicate by email wherever possible.

What is the Society's position regarding Indult or Moto Proprio Masses?

The Society's position regarding such Masses is stated here.

Confessions will start half an hour before Mass.   Weekday Masses are shown in bold type with times To Be Announced unless shown.

Masses for Holy Days of Obligation:

  • Circumcision Jan.1st
  • Epiphany Jan. 6th
  • Ascension
  • Corpus Christi
  • SS Peter & Paul Jun 29th
  • Assumption August 15th
  • All Saints Nov.1st
  • Christmas Day Dec. 25th.
Summary of Mass times:
Sun. May 8th 5.30pm Sunday after Ascension
Sun. May 15th 5.30pm Pentecost Sunday
Wed. May 18th   Ember Wednesday of Pentecost
Fri. May 20th   Ember Friday of Pentecost
Sat. May 21st   Ember Saturday of Pentecost
Sun. May 22nd 5.30pm Trinity Sunday
Thu. May 26th No Mass Feast of Corpus Christi (Holy Day of Obligation)
Sun. May 29th 5.30pm Second Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jun. 5th 5.30pm Third Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jun. 12th 5.30pm Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jun. 19th 5.30pm Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jun. 26th 5.30pm Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Wed. Jun. 29th T.B.A. Feast of SS. Peter and Paul (Holy Day of Obligation)
Sun. Jul. 3rd 11.00am 7th Sunday after Pentecost. Fr. Franks's first Mass.
Sun. Jul. 10th 5.30pm Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jul. 17th 5.30pm Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jul. 24th 5.30pm Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Jul. 31st 5.30pm Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Aug. 7th 5.30pm Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Aug. 14th 5.30pm Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Mon. Aug. 15th T.B.A. The Assumption of the BVM (Holy Day of Obligation)
Sun. Aug. 21st 5.30pm Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Aug. 28th 5.30pm Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 4th 5.30pm Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 11th 5.30pm Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 18th 5.30pm Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Wed. Sep. 21st   (Comm. of Ember Wednesday)
Fri. Sep. 23rd   Ember Friday
Sat. Sep. 24th   Ember Saturday
Sun. Sep. 25th 5.30pm Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 2nd 5.30pm Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 9th 5.30pm Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 16th 5.30pm Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 23rd 5.30pm Feast of Christ the King
Sun. Oct. 30th 5.30pm Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
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