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Thy Kingdom Come: An Introduction to Catholic Social Teaching

In response to interest from members of our congregation, Sr Rose is running a series of introductory online talks on Catholic Social Teaching, The Kingdom Come. These start on FRIDAY 27TH MAY at 7 pm (note later start), running for 10 weeks. Suggestion donation: £20. Please contact Sr Rose for details and to register: roserolling.opAToutlook.com

Concert at St. Dominic’s Priory, London

On Saturday 21st May at 7.30, at St. Dominic’s Priory, London there will be a concert of music by Sir James Macmillan, the Scottish Catholic composer, to celebrate 800 years of the Dominican Order in Britain. Details and tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/sir-james-macmillan…

Memorial Mass for Fr David Sanders OP

A memorial Mass for Fr David Sanders OP, who was for many years a member of the Cambridge Priory, will be held at Blackfriars Oxford, where Fr David spent his last years, on Saturday 28th May at 10.30 am. May he rest in peace and rise in glory!


Sr. Magdalene will be organizing an upcoming in-person weekend on Prayer and the Spiritual Life according to St. Thomas Aquinas. She will be offering three talks on this topic, and there will be Mass and prayers from the breviary in common (Lauds, Vespers, and Compline). There will also be a social one evening, a tour of the old St. Mary’s Convent, as well as meals. The St. Thomas weekend will be held from June 10-12 at St. Mary’s Convent Handsworth, Birmingham. For more information, please email thomisticstudies@gmail.com.


On the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi), Sunday 19th June, we will have a procession ending with Benediction into the garden after the 11 am Mass, followed by a bring-and-share picnic. Do join us!

After Corpus Christi the Sunday 9.15 and 11 am Masses will move into the garden for the summer.

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