Thursday, 4 February 2016

19 February 2016: Missa Cantata for the Intention of the Persecuted Church


Join us for our monthly Mass and social at St. Mary Moorfields (a short walk from Liverpool Street station) for a Missa Cantata followed by a social for young people aged 18-35. The intention of this Mass is offered for the Intention of the Persecuted Church.

Celebrant & Preacher: Fr Armand de Malleray FSSP, Chaplain of the International Juventutem Federation.

All are most welcome to attend the Mass. The social is for those aged 18-35 ONLY.

***Confessions will be heard from 19.15***

Juventutem London is part of an international federation of Catholic youth attached to the Extraordinary Form with the support of the Latin Mass Society.

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Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Thank you!


On Friday the 29th of January 2016, a Solemn High Mass on the feast of St Francis de Sales was celebrated at St Mary Moorfields, City of London, by Fr Stephen Morrison O.Praem., assisted by Fr Ian Verrier FSSP as Deacon and Fr Cyril Law as Subdeacon.

The intention of the Mass was for Marriage and the Sanctity of Human Life from Conception to Natural Death. Juventutem London would like to thank the Sacred Ministers and also Fr Mark Elliott Smith (Priest in Charge, Our Lady of the Assumption and Saint Gregory, Warwick Street), who kindly heard confessions before and during Mass.

Special thanks go to our excellent team of servers, led by Master of Ceremonies, Mr Michael Brendan Brett. We are grateful for the superb musicians of Cantus Magnus who provided music by Victoria, de Sermisy and Gascongne to accompany the Mass. Finally, we would like to extend our warmest thanks to the Latin Mass Society for its sponsorship and support, and we are hugely grateful to Canon Peter Newby (Parish Priest, St Mary Moorfields) for his hospitality.

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Thursday, 14 January 2016

29 January 2016: Solemn High Mass for Marriage & the Sanctity of Human Life from Conception to Natural Death


Join us for our monthly Mass and social at St. Mary Moorfields (a short walk from Liverpool Street station) for a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form followed by a social for young people aged 18-35. The intention of this mass is for marriage and the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death.

The celebrant will be Fr Stephen Morrison, assisted by Fr Cyril Law and Fr Ian Verrier.

All are most welcome to attend the Mass. The social is for those aged 18-35 ONLY.

Music:
Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548~1611) Missa O quam gloriosum
Claudin de Sermisy (1490~1562) Benedic anima mea
Mathieu Gascongne (c.1500) Caro mea

Juventutem London is part of an international federation of Catholic youth attached to the Extraordinary Form with the support of the Latin Mass Society.


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A message from Juventutem London

Dear Friends of Juventutem London,

Since its inception, the London Juventutem group has worked closely, both in public and behind the scenes, with the Latin Mass Society, with the Society giving Juventutem London various kinds of support, including financial sponsorship. The relationship was further cemented about a year ago when the then Juventutem coordinator, Richard Hawker, was appointed LMS Representative for St Mary Moorfields. The Society is delighted to continue this association, and has appointed the new Juventutem coordinator, Selina Fang, to the same role. 

In the small world of Traditional Catholicism (as indeed in the small world of English Catholicism as a whole), such overlapping of personnel and roles is both normal and healthy. The organisations retain their separate existence and governing structures, but the close link between their aims means that there is no conflict of interest, but rather a unity of interest. Any attempt to drive a wedge between the two organisations would clearly be to the detriment of the restoration of Tradition and the good of souls.

There will no further comment from Juventutem London as we focus our energies on organisation and spiritual activity.

Juventutem London

Thursday, 31 December 2015

December's Meeting



We had a lovely High Mass on 18th of December, our last polyphonic High Mass of the year. Fr Stephen, our chaplain celebrated, with Fr Cyril Law as Deacon (who, as you all know, celebrates our weekly sung Mass at Warwick Street) and Craig Aburn, newly admitted to the ministry of acolyte, and candidate for the permanent diaconate for Portsmouth diocese was kind enough to supply as subdeacon. The music was supplied by the talented Matthew Schellhorn and company.

Afterwards we had our pre-Christmas party: mince pies, mulled wine, the usual sort of thing, and we were blessed by a large turn out, but, as always, there was room for more.

You can view the photos from the Mass on our Flickr page.

We at Juventutem Towers wish you all a very happy remainder of the Christmas season, a prosperous New Year and a very blessed Epiphany.

Thursday, 5 November 2015

Cemetary Visit



This Saturday Juventutem will be visiting Kensal Green cemetery with the intention of gaining the indulgence granted for the Holy Souls, of visiting a cemetery and there praying for the Holy Souls.

We will meet at Kensal Green station at 1.30 and once we're assembled, head to the Catholic section of the graveyard, and say the Rosary and other prayers for the departed. Then we will go in search of something to warm ourselves.

Please do join us if you can!

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Notices

DON'T FORGET!

We have our weekly Missa Cantata tomorrow at 7pm at Our Lady of the Assumption & St. Gregory, Warwick St, just off Piccadilly, followed by a social. Please do join us!




We had lots of fun over the weekend, both at are monthly High Mass at St. Mary Moorfields, celebrated by our Spiritual Director, Fr Stephen Morrison, OPraem, and also at the Shrine of Our Lady of Willesden, with the Latin Mass Society's pilgrimage. Photos of both may be found on our Flickr feed: https://www.flickr.com/photos/juventutem-london/albums do go and have a look!