Event: The Liturgical Patrimony of the Ordinariate and the Reform of the Reform

27 09 2011

Monsignor Andrew Burnham will be addressing the Association for Latin Liturgy at their 2011 AGM at St Mary Magdalen, Brighton on Saturday 15 October 2011. The website of the Association for Latin Liturgy states:

Proceedings will begin with Solemn High Mass at 12 noon, celebrated by Mgr Andrew Burnham of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. After a buffet lunch, there will be a talk at 2.15pm given by Mgr Burnham on ‘The Liturgical Patrimony of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham and the Reform of the Reform’. Mgr Burnham was a chorister at Southwell Minster, studied music and theology at Oxford, was shortlisted for the post of Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral in 1978, ordained an Anglican priest in 1984, and resigned as Bishop of Ebbsfleet at the end of 2010.

Tea and the AGM will follow, and the day will conclude at 4.30pm with Solemn First Vespers of the Sunday.

Mass will be sung by the church choir under the direction of Clare Bowskill. Serving will be under the direction of the parish MC, and any member wishing to serve is asked first to contact Edward Barrett (Edward.Barrett@latin-liturgy.org or 020 7978 5676).

The church is on Upper North Street, BN1 3FH. The nearest station is Brighton and the church is within 15 minutes’ walk. Directions appear on the church’s website.