Traditional Triduum at St John of Jerusalem

I received this notice today and am happy to pass it on for those fortunate enough to be able to attend:
The Sacred Triduum will be celebrated according to the Traditional Roman usage for the fifth year running at the Order of Malta's Church of Saint John of Jerusalem (in the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, St John's Wood, London NW8). As well as the main Liturgies, Tenebrae is sung in chant each morning, and the liturgies are preceded by spiritual conferences, as meditations upon the Liturgy of the day. Thus the three days have the character of a retreat, for the benefit of the knights of the Order who are present in choir, and for members of the public. Anyone who wishes to attend is most welcome for all or part of the time. Full details of the timetable may be found at: Roman Christendom
(The ceremonies will be carried out according to the 1962 missal.)

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