...New Year; in fact I save up all my bah-humbugs for it. We have a Catholic new year at the beginning of the liturgical year, and another one, for me, at the Resurrection. We also have one at the beginning of September when school starts again. And then there's the tax year. So, forgive me, but I just haven't got the energy for 1st January. However, I will wish you, for the morrow,
A Happy Feast Of The Circumcision!
And to celebrate, here is a fun Saint's Name Generator to help you find a brand new saint for 2015! You can have one for each member of your family. I do.
Apologies for not putting up a seasonal pic before now, but I have been busy, busy, busy. Anyway, I'm still wishing everyone I see a Happy Christmas, and shall continue to do so until it is no longer seasonally appropriate. So :
I am the only veiler when I attend the NO Mass in my parish church, although I have been now for ooh, feels like ever so long, I still get the funny looks from ladies who really should have got over it by now. Like their tutting is going to make me stop. I'm not sure they would agree to disagree with me even if given the rather fine explanation of the why and wherefore found in the links above. But I am glad they are available to point anyone towards, should anyone move beyond the filthy/pitying/confused look, to ask why I am so repressed and retro...that is, if they don't ask hubby first, given I am so repressed and retro.
Our Lady of Consolation, W Grinstead,Missa Cantata, 3.00 pm, 14 December Low Mass, 210.30 am, 6 December Low Mass, 3.00 pm, 11 January St Mary Magdalen, Brighton: Sung Mass at 9.00 am on Christmas Day St Pancras, Lewes, Low Mass, 12.30 pm, Christmas Day Low Mass, 10.00 am 27 December Low Mass, 10.00 am 3 January Low Mass, 12.30 pm 4 January Low Mass, 7.00 pm 6 January, Feast of the Epiphany St Thomas More, Seaford, CANCELLATIONThere will be NO MASS in December. The next will be on 18 January, 3.00 pm.
NEW Our Lady Immaculate and St Philip Neri, Uckfield, Low Mass on 25th January at 3.00 pm And a date for the diary, on Monday, 2 March, Day of Recollection, Mass at 11.00 am, followed by a talk, shared lunch, Rosary and Benediction, ending about 3.30 pm.
Regular 4th Sunday Masses will also be coming soon to Uckfield, watch this space for times and further dates.
N.B. All Christmas Mass times will appear first as a post here when I receive them, and will be posted on the sidebar, so if you can't find the main post, look down the listings on the sidebar.