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Friday, May 30, 2014

Latin Mass Society Conference

Last Saturday, 24th May, the Latin Mass Society (LMS) held their conference in London.  The theme of the conference was "The Traditional Mass and Evangelisation", and included such speakers as Bishop Athanasius Schneider and Very Rev Fr Michael Mary, F.SS.R.  Thanks to the LMS chairman, Dr Joseph Shaw, and to Mr Martin Gardener for the use of their photos. 


 Arriving in London early on Saturday morning meant that Father could celebrate Holy Mass in the Lady Chapel of St James's, Spanish Place before the conference. (Photo: Dr Joseph Shaw)

 (Photo: Dr Joseph Shaw)

 (Photo: Dr Joseph Shaw)

 Bishop Athanasius Schneider delivering his address at the LMS conference in London. (Photo: Mr Martin Gardener)

 Fr Michael Mary spoke on the need to pass on the Catholic traditions to the next generation.

 Father spoke not only of liturgical tradition, but also traditional devotion and doctrine, especially of the eternal truths: Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell.

Listen To Fr Michael Mary's conference right here on our blog!

Alternatively you can listen and download from the LMS's podcast page.

Bishop Athanasius Schneider brought the conference to a close with his blessing.

Very Rev. Fr Michael Mary and Br Martin Mary pictured with Bishop Schneider after the conference. (Photo: Mr Martin Gardener)


Anonymous said...

Was this conference recorded? I'd like to hear what they had to say.

Anonymous said...

Dear Fr. Michael,

Thank you Father for a beautiful spiritual Conference.

Frater Marcin Góral

Inkstain said...

I look forward to hearing the various presentations. I just saw that they are now posted here

Transalpine Redemptorists said...

The conference was recorded, we were just waiting for the LMS to make the recordings available. They have now done so and you can hear it right here on this blog.

Anonymous said...

Great, thank you! MFB

Anonymous said...

I just listened to the recording and wanted to thank Fr. Michael for posting it on the blog. Sadly, these devotions are not taught today in the Church!

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for sharing this.

Tibi laus, tibi gloria, tibi gratiarum actio o Beata Trinitas.

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