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Corpus Christi 2016 (Thursday)

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As you know many of our important feasts were transferred in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite to the closest Sunday. This is a great loss to the tradition of the Church, however these feasts remain on their proper days in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (Traditional Latin Mass).

Holy Mass will be offered on Thursday 26th May 2016 at the following locations:

Archdiocese of Cardiff:

Belmont Abbey, Hereford – 7pm (Low Mass)

Celebrant: Dom Joseph Parkinson OSB

Ruckhall Lane

Hereford

HR2 9RZ

T: 01432 374710 (Monastery)

Diocese of Menevia

Sacred Heart, Morriston – 7pm (Missa Cantata)

with procession of the Most Blesséd Sacrament after Holy Mass

Celebrant: Fr Jason Jones

School Road

Morriston

SA6 6HZ

Tel: 01792 771053

 

Please do your best to support any Masses you can. If transport is an issue, please contact your local representative(s) who may be able to help.

Ascension of the Lord (Thursday) 2016

Holy Mass will be offered on Thursday 5th May 2016 at the following locations:

Archdiocese of Cardiff:

Belmont Abbey, Hereford – 7pm (Low Mass)

Celebrant: Dom Joseph Parkinson OSB

Ruckhall Lane

Hereford

HR2 9RZ

T: 01432 374710 (Monastery)

 

Diocese of Menevia

Sacred Heart, Morriston – 7pm (Missa Cantata)

Preceded by the Holy Rosary at 6.45pm

Celebrant: Fr Jason Jones

School Road

Morriston

SA6 6HZ

Tel: 01792 771053

Midnight Mass Photographs Now Online

Thank you to Father Antony for celebrating the Missa Cantata for the Nativity of the Lord.

Thank you to all who helped in any way, singing, playing, serving and a special thank you to Canon Isaac and the parishioners of St Teilo’s, Whitchurch Cardiff for allowing us the use of the church.

Photographs can be found by clicking the link below. The photographs are under the heading (St Teilo’s, Whitchurch, Cardiff)

In Domino

Christmas Mass Times (Updated)

Dom Antony Tumelty OSB will offer Holy Mass at Saint Teilo’s, Whitchurch, Cardiff on
Christmas Eve: Thursday 24th December 2015 at 9.00pm
Missa Cantata (Sung Mass) – all are welcome

Dom Joseph Parkinson OSB will offer Holy Mass at Belmont Abbey, Hereford on
Christmas Day: Friday 25th December 2015 at 7.00am
Low Mass – all are welcome

Christmas Mass Times

Holy Mass will be offered at the following locations:

 

Saint Teilo’s, Whitchurch, Cardiff
Christmas Eve: Thursday 24th December 2015 at 9.00pm
Celebrant: Dom Antony Tumelty OSB
Sung Mass – all are welcome

 

Belmont Abbey, Hereford
Christmas Day: Friday 25th December 2015 at 7.00am
Celebrant: Dom Joseph Parkinson OSB
Low Mass – all are welcome

Annual Requiem Mass 2015

Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine.
Et lux perpetua luceat eis.
Fidelium animae, per misericordiam Dei, requiescant in pace. Amen.

The Annual Requiem Mass for the Holy Souls will be offered at

Our Ladye and Saint Michael, Abergavenny

Saturday 28th November 2015 at 11.30am

Low Mass

Click here to find the address.

Month of the Holy Souls

A Requiem Mass will be offered for the Holy Souls in Purgatory on Saturday 28th November 2015 at Our Ladye and Saint Michael, Abergavenny – 11.30am – Click here to find the address.

Please Note: The Mass may be a Missa Cantata or a Low Mass.

Historic Mass at St Teilo’s Church – St Fagan’s Museum

Although this post is a little over due never the less it is still important.

On Saturday 7th February 2015, Father Gareth Jones celebrated a Missa Cantata (Sung Mass) in the Extraordinary Form of the Holy Roman Rite was offered in the pre-reformation church of St Teilo which is located in St Fagan’s Museum Cardiff. The Mass was well attended with over 60 in the congregation. Father William Isaac, the Parish Priest of St Teilo’s, Whitchurch sat in choir along with Mr Robert James, a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Cardiff. The Mass celebrated was a votive Mass for the Feast of St Teilo, who’s feast is normally celebrated on 9th February.

Thank you to all who helped to organise this Mass in any way. It really was a very solemn day indeed.

another article and photographs have been added to the New Litugical Movement website. Click here.

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History of the Church – from www.museumwales.ac.uk

StTeilosSt Teilo’s church is believed to have been built during the late 12th or 13th century on the site of an earlier Celtic church. Over the ensuing centuries the building was altered and extended.

The oldest parts of the present structure are the nave and chancel. During the 14th century, small chapels were built onto the north and south sides of the chancel, and during the late 14th or early 15th century the church’s capacity was increased by the addition of an aisle to the south side of the nave. The old south wall was replaced by two arches, with a third arch opening into the chancel, and finally, a porch was added to the entrance door leading into the south aisle of the church.

The roof timbers are of typical early fifteenth century design (arch-braced collar-beams), though they may in fact be slightly later in date. The west wall of the nave was altered in the early 18th century (datestone 1736) and in 1810 the interior was furnished with box pews and a three-decker pulpit. Most of the stone-mullioned windows appear to have been blocked up at this time, and were replaced by new ‘Georgian gothic’ lancet-shaped windows. One original two-light stone-mullioned window (14/15th) survived in the south aisle. Probably the oldest surviving feature of the church is the stone font which is believed to date from the 13th century or earlier.

St Teilo’s church has been refurbished as it may have appeared about the year 1530, complete with all the elements associated with a late medieval Catholic church, including a rood screen and loft (between the nave and chancel), altars, carvings and brightly-coloured paintings on all the walls.

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Photo: Dr David A Woolf

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Photos: Mr Damien Dellon

 

Missa Cantata in Cardiff

A Sung Mass will be celebrated at St Teilo’s Church at St Fagan’s Welsh Heritage Museum on Saturday 7th February 2015 at 10.30am.

Please try to support this Mass if you can.

Address: Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF5 6XB

Mass for the Assumption of the BVM

Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blesséd Virgin Mary

Masses around the Archdiocese

Abergavenny - Catholic Church

ABERGAVENNY

 

Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blesséd Virgin Mary

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