Upcoming Masses

The Sodality celebrates a Mass every month at Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane, which will be offered for members’ intentions. Each month there is a different guest preacher who will offer a reflection on a certain aspect of the Blessed Sacrament. At the end of Mass, there is a period of Adoration, followed by Benediction, after which will follow a social event at a nearby pub or restaurant.

Upcoming Sodality Masses & guest preachers are:

  • * No Mass in August. Summer break. *
  • 7th September – Fr. Michael Lang, CO The London Oratory, Author of several renowned books on the Eucharist and the Sacred Liturgy – see more
  • 5th October – TBC
  • 2nd November (All Souls’ Day) – Pontifical Requiem Mass – Bishop Robert Byrne, Titular Bishop of Cuncacestre, Auxiliary in Birmingham
  • 7th December – Rev. Craig AburnPermanent Deacon of St. Joseph’s, Aldershot in the Diocese of Portsmouth

Previous Masses:

2016

  • 17th November – Fr. Stephen Morrison, O. Praem. Norbertine Priory of Our Lady of Sorrows and St. Philip Benizi, Chelmsford
  • 1st December – Fr. Gerard Hatton Our Lady of Ransom, Eastbourne

2017

  • 5th January – Fr. Kevin Jordan St. Mary Magdalen, Willesden Green
  • 2nd February – Fr. Pius Collins, O.Praem. Norbertine Priory of Our Lady of Sorrows and St. Philip Benizi, Chelmsford
  • 2nd March – Fr. William Nicol Pastoral Director of Allen Hall Seminary, London
  • 6th April – Abbot Hugh Allan, O.Praem. Apostolic Administrator of the Prefecture of the Falkland Islands, Ecclesiastical Superior of the Mission sui iuris of the islands of St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, Titular Abbot of Beeleigh, Prior of the Norbertine Priory of Our Lady of Sorrows and St. Philip Benizi, Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Chelmsford and Parish Priest of Holy Name, Chelmsford
  • 4th May – Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith Consulting Editor of the Catholic Herald and Parish Priest of St. Hugh of Lincoln, Knaphill
  • 1st June – Fr. Chris Thomas General Secretary to the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales