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News from Dublin, Ireland


Father Gerard Deighan, who I had the pleasure to meet a couple of years ago in Oxford, sends in some wonderful photos from the Dublin Latin Mass Chaplaincy.

The photos show confirmations that were performed by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. The Solemn Mass was said by Fr. Deighan.

Fr. Deighan informs the NLM that this was the first time since the liturgical changes that the sacrament was conferred in the older form in Ireland by an acting bishop.








Another Juventutem update from Australia


The following photos were sent into the NLM from today's Mass for the Feast of St. Henry from St Augustine's Church in Balmain, Sydney as part of Juventutem's activities at World Youth Day.











Juventutem update from Australia


The blog of the English speaking Juventutem pilgrims has up some more photographs from their activities in Australia, as part of the "Days in the Diocese" that precede World Youth Day itself.

Here are a few of those photos:

Solemn Mass with Archbishop Hart


We have already reported on this particular Mass, but I thought this image with Bishop Peter J. Elliott was worth posting:






Some further images have come the NLM's way.

The first image comes from the pontifical Mass of Bishop Geoffrey Jarret, apparently a convert from Anglicanism and present Bishop of Lismore:



Secondly, Juventutem had Pontifical Vespers and Benediction celebrated with Cardinal Pell:








Solemn Vespers from Malta

One of our Maltese readers again wanted to share some images from the liturgy in Malta, this time, from yesterday, where solemn vespers was offered by bishop Emeritus Nicholas Cauchi in Gozo, Malta.








Sights from Merton College, Oxford

Below are some exclusive photos from Merton College, Oxford.

Merton High Altar
The High Altar in Merton College's medieval chapel is prepared for Solemn Mass. Incidentally, the altarpiece is 16th-century, of the school of Tintoretto, and the surround, c.1923 is by Sir Ninian Comper.

Entrance Procession
The Procession enters the Quire. Behind the Crucifer are the cantors of the Schola Sainte Cecile who once again sang the most sublime chant and fauxbourdon at the Solemn Mass. There are more photos on their blog too.

At the foot of the Altar
Prayers at the foot of the Altar, followed by the Confiteor:

Confiteor

The Altar is incensed:
Incensing the Altar Cross


Pontifical Vespers from Oxford

As promised, here are photo's from Pontifical Vespers for the feast of St Ignatius of Loyola. Bishop Malcolm McMahon OP pontificated at this beautiful and solemn liturgy.

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The Altar prepared with cope and mitres for the bishop to vest after he arrives in the chapel of Merton College, Oxford.

Vespers02
The bishop and clergy entered in procession.

Vespers03
The bishop paused for prayers before being vested.

Vespers04
Watched by the MC, Dr Alcuin Reid and assisted by Fr Tim Finigan and Rev Dr Laurence Hemming, the bishop was vested in pontificals over his rochet.

Vespers05
At this point, with the bishop seated in splendour on the faldstool, the organ sounded an organ voluntary and we paused to pray before the clock struck six to signal the appointed time of Vespers.

Vespers06
The bishop sings Vespers, seated at the faldstool.

Vespers07
Fr Tim Finigan and Deacon Laurence Hemming seated during Vespers, with the cantors behind them. The psalms were intoned by the bishop and 4 prelates in choir.

Vespers08
The bishop intoning the hymn.

Vespers09
Incensing the High Altar during the Canticle of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Vespers10
The bishop, the prelates in choir and the clergy and then the laity were all incensed.

Vespers12

Vespers11
The bishop had been vested in the gold mitre but during the Gospel canticle, he had changed into the precious mitre. Here, he is seated before the Collect.

Vespers13
The bishop imparted the blessing from the High Altar.

fonte:new liturgical movement