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Fifthteenth Sunday after Trinity

posted Sep 26, 2014, 9:16 AM by Rochester Ordinariate
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Sung mass, 12:30pm,
Anglican Use of the Roman Rite
Coffee Hour following

Music for the day:
Processional: 484, "Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates" (Truro)
Offertory: 210, "Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness" (Schmücke Dich)
Recessional: 158, "O Splendor of God's glory bright" (Puer Nobis)

September 24 was the feast day of Our Lady of Walsingham

From the website of the Catholic Shrine:

Welcome to Walsingham, England’s Nazareth

From the beginning of time some places have been regarded as especially holy; places of mystery and atmosphere. Walsingham in England (United Kingdom) has been such a place for almost a thousand years since Richeldis de Faverches was inspired by Mary to build a Shrine in perpetual memorial of the Annunciation. One of the greatest Shrines in Medieval Christendom – when travel to the Holy Land was virtually impossible – the original Shrine was destroyed at the Reformation.

Many barren years passed until the Slipper Chapel, a 14th century wayside pilgrim chapel, was restored and pilgrimage to Walsingham began once more. In 1934, the English Bishops named the Slipper Chapel, the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady.

More about the history of OLW is here.
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