Appeal for lay community chapel

Catholic with Attitude has posted some more news of Benedict XVI House, recently set up to accommodate a new lay community at St Mary's, Twickenham.

Some work has been done to make the Oratory of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati dignified (including removal of beanbags) but they need some things for the Liturgy, including, first of all, a set of white vestments. Someone has already donated a fine altar with altar stone, and some kneelers which will be put in place soon. Setting up a chapel properly involves obtaining all sorts of "popish nicknackets" and sometimes, chapels or Churches have things that they don't need but don't want to throw away. This would be a good home for them.

Then there's also the folding stuff, of course. Instructions at the post: An Appeal

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