Catenians’ President’s Sunday

Duchy Catenians finally emerged from COVID isolation to gather live for their President’s Mass in St Augustine’s Church today where they were warmly welcomed by parish priest Fr Michael. A Catenian thread ran through the Mass, including the homily in which Deacon John referred to the fact that in the three readings the Israelites in Babylonia,Continue reading “Catenians’ President’s Sunday”

CAFOD G7 interfaith live event at Truro Cathedral

On Thursday 10th June, the eve of the G7 conference, CAFOD hosted an interfaith event, notable for being held live in Truro Cathedral as well as being attended online by perhaps a thousand others.  It was also well-supported by our local community, who found it refreshing to be able to meet again in person! It’sContinue reading “CAFOD G7 interfaith live event at Truro Cathedral”

English Bishop to lead Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship

Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Arthur Roche as Prefect of the Holy See’s department for liturgy (CDW), making him the highest ranking English priest in the Vatican Curia. His appointment is widely seen as an overhaul of the office which oversees the practice of worship across the global Church. The former Bishop of Leeds wasContinue reading “English Bishop to lead Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship”

A Truro Wedding, at last!

Helen and Christian finally got married at Our Lady of the Portal Church on 17th April, after several postponements due to the pandemic. Helen is of course familiar as a regular singer in the church choir and has even been known to perform for us with her ukulele! Helen’s mum Evelyne writes “I can’t thankContinue reading “A Truro Wedding, at last!”

See The Sixteen on the Wigmore Hall Stage this Monday

As part of Wigmore Hall’s Spring 2021 series The Sixteen presents an ‘as live’ online performance of music by William Cornysh, Richard Davy, Walter Lambe and King Henry VIII himself.  Recorded live from the Wigmore stage earlier this month, this concert will be broadcast for free on Monday 15 February at 7.30pm and will then be available toContinue reading “See The Sixteen on the Wigmore Hall Stage this Monday”