Regular services: The Cambridge Mission will be celebrating the Holy Communion from Divine Worship: The Missal at St Edmund’s College Chapel as a Sunday Vigil on Saturdays at 5pm on a regular basis during Term. Do join us for wine afterwards in the SCR.
Servers, Singers, and Readers wanted. Contact Mr Keir Martland at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Lent Term 2019 this means every Saturday from 19th January and 16th March.
- Feast of Saint Gilbert of Sempringham, 4th February. TBC.
Regular services: The Cambridge Mission will be celebrating the Holy Communion from Divine Worship: The Missal at St Edmund’s College Chapel as a Sunday Vigil on Saturdays at 4.40pm on a regular basis during Term. Wine afterwards in the SCR, by all means followed by a group excursion to a pub on Mount Pleasant. For Michaelmas 2018-19 this means from 29th September through to 1st December. Lent and Easter Term dates will be provided in due course.
Additional services: Will be announced as and when and added to the list below.
- Monday 24th September – Sung Mass for Solemnity of Our Lady of Walsingham, Fisher House, 6pm. Celebrant: Fr Allen Brent. Fr Simon Chinery in quire.
- 9th October – John Henry Newman, a simple gathering for Evensong from the Customary
- 8th November – All Saints of England, Sung Eucharist, Fisher House, 5.30pm. Celebrant: Fr Thomas Mason.
More dates for the diary:
Choral Evensong at Christ’s. On 21st October at 6pm, the curate from the Other Place’s Ordinariate Mission, Revd Dr Michael Ward, is preaching at Christ’s College Chapel. Do come along to hear him.
Apologia (a Fisher House apologetics and social event) on the evening of 6th November will be a talk by Fr James Bradley on Our Lady. Fr Bradley is a priest of the Ordinariate at Holy Family church, Southampton, and is chaplain to the University of Southampton.
On Friday 11th, immediately after the usual service of Vespers at 18.30, our Group Pastor will celebrate a service of Benediction. An Ordinariate layman will be giving the reflection at Vespers on ‘Why we pray the Office.’ Afterwards, all are invited to stay for the Fisher House Bar night and the charity ‘Bake Off’, with donations to the Society of St Vincent de Paul appreciated.
On Saturday 5th May, at 6pm, there will be a Pontifical High Mass at Fisher House (the University Catholic Chaplaincy) according to Divine Worship: The Missal. Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, will be the celebrant, and Cambridge Group Pastor Fr Allen Brent will assist. This will be the Vigil Mass for Sunday 6th, the 5th Sunday after Easter. Masses from Divine Worship fulfil the obligation for all Latin Rite Catholics, not just members of the Ordinariate.
Mgr Newton is also to celebrate the 11am English novus ordo Mass at Fisher House on the Sunday. All welcome.