Some Traditional Latin Masses to Celebrate Epiphany in NW England

Torch of The Faith News on Thursday 05 January 2017 - 17:39:02 | by admin

Although the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales has transferred the celebration of Epiphany to this coming Sunday, there are a number of opportunities for Catholics in the North West of England to follow the Traditional Calendar with a Traditional Latin Mass on Friday, 6th January. Please be aware that the following list may not be exhaustive.


St. Osmund's, Long Lane, Breightmet, Bolton, BL2 6EB.

7:30pm - Low Mass


St. Anthony's, Scotland Road, Liverpool, L5 5BD.

12 Noon - Low Mass


Our Lady's, Southport Road, Lydiate, L31 4HH.

10am - Low Mass Please Note the New Time!


English Martyrs, Alexandra Road South, Whalley Range, Manchester, M16 8QT.

7pm - Low Mass

New Brighton

ICKSP Shrine Church of Ss Peter, Paul and Philomena, 7 Atherton Street, New Brighton, Wirral, CH45 9LT.

N.B. On Thursday 5th of January at 5pm - Traditional Blessing of Epiphany Water before First Vespers of the Epiphany.

Friday 6th January - 7pm - Sung Mass

(Anyone who wishes to have their house blessed with the traditional Epiphany Blessing and blessed chalk is asked to contact the ICKSP Canons in good time for this to be done before 2nd February, 2017).


ICKSP Shrine of St. Walburge, Weston Street, Preston, PR2 2QE.

7pm - Sung Mass

(As above)


FSSP Shrine Church of St. Mary, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NS.

N.B. The Blessing of Epiphany Water has taken place today (the Vigil of Epiphany) between 11:00-11:20am.

Friday 6th January - Masses at 12:10pm and 7:30pm

We give thanks to God for these good priests and the opportunities they provide for the faithful to attend the Traditional Latin Mass for the great Feast of the Epiphany on its traditional date.

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