Firstly I must apologise for the error in my last post - Regina Polonia should of course have read Regina Poloniae.
Mass on Wednesday at St. Winefride's, Bradford is at the usual time of 6.00 p.m.
The following appeared on the Mary Mother of God Parish bulletin on Sunday:
"With permission from Bishop Marcus, following the publication of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Letter “Traditionis Custodes,” we will continue to celebrate the Mass according to the Extraordinary Form at 6pm on Wednesdays at St Winefride’s and at 6pm on First Fridays at St John’s."
Many thanks to Mgr Grogan and the Bishop for this.
Mass on Thursday at St. Anthony's, Bradford at 9.30 a.m. and on Friday at 7.30 p.m. at St. Austin's, Wakefield.
This blog has received thousands of hits this month - more than ever before. There were many new and old faces at Mass at St. Joseph's on Sunday.
This coming Sunday's Mass - Pentecost X - will be offered at St. Ignatius, Ossett at 8.30 a.m. and at St. Joseph's, Bradford at 1.00 p.m.
I rarely refer or direct people to blogposts from other countries. The following response to the Pope's Traditionis Custodes from the Bishop of Wichita follows this - it fills me with hope. I thank my Catholic friend who sent this link to me. She has no hat in the ring as she is happy with the OF but thought the Pope's latest motu proprio was incredibly harsh.