Christmas Liturgy at North Ormesby

Fr William Charlton at the parish of St Alphonsus, North Ormesby, in Middlesbrough, celebrates Mass according to the usus antiquior every Sunday evening. His programme for Christmas includes not only a solemn High Midnight Mass in the older form, but also first Vespers, Lauds, and second Vespers with Benediction. All of these offices will be sung with Gregorian Chant. (There are also three other Masses in the ordinary form.)

The above picture is a screen grab of the parish's poster; here is a link to the full pdf.

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