2018 Tenth Anniversary of Daily Mass Online!

Latest Mass Recording Since the feast of Our Lady’s Assumption in 2008 the daily Mass of the Brighton Oratory faith community has been broadcast live over the internet. It was one of the first apostolates globally to broadcast live Masses in the Traditional Latin rite and remains still one of the few in Europe to…

Volunteers needed – become a Cherub!

Our very own apostolate “Cherubs Kitchen” relaunches next month (February) and in an attempt to reaffirm its charitable objects requires volunteers to help maximise the profits generated to help the homeless in our city. The Cherubs concept is simple; a commercial catering franchise that provides industry standard apprenticeships in catering for homeless or disadvantaged people…

Holydays of Obligation 2018

Holy Days of Obligation Sunday, on which by apostolic tradition the paschal mystery is celebrated, must be observed in the universal Church as the primordial holy day of obligation. The Faithful are reminded that the following Feasts are Holy Days of Obligation upon which it is binding of the Faithful to hear Mass. 2018 All…

“Our father” an interview with Fr Jerome OSJV

Local journalist, Russell Higham recently interviewed The Brighton Oratory’s, Father Jerome for Sussex Life Magazine. Focussing on Father’s work with the homeless and particularly “Cherubs Kitchen“, Russell visited “The Hub” homeless drop-in partnered with the Salvation Army at Brighton Congress Hall where Father leads the kitchen team and a faithful band of volunteers host and…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Sunday III After Easter

Sunday in Paschaltide III: Missa “Iubilate Deo“ On this Third Sunday After Easter, the Church rejoices because Christ is risen again and has redeemed us (Alleluia); and so she utters cries of joy (Introit) and sings the praises of God (Offertory). A little while, and now you shall not see Me, and you shall lament and…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Anselm of Canterbury

St Anselm of Canterbury, Bishop Confessor & Doctor of the Church: Missa “In medio” Saint Anselm was born at Aoust, in Piedmont of Italian nobility. After a childhood devoted to piety and study, Anselm wanted to enter religious life, but his father prevented it, and Anselm became rather wordly for several years. Upon his mother’s death,…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria VI of Easter II

Feria VI of Dominica II Post Pascha: Missa “Misericórdia Dómini” Good Shepherd Sunday occurs on the fourth Sunday in the Easter Season. The name derives from the gospel reading for the day, which is taken from the tenth chapter of John’s Gospel. In this reading Christ is described as the “Good Shepherd” who lays down his…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria V of Easter II

Feria V of Dominica II Post Pascha: Missa “Misericórdia Dómini” Good Shepherd Sunday occurs on the fourth Sunday in the Easter Season. The name derives from the gospel reading for the day, which is taken from the tenth chapter of John’s Gospel. In this reading Christ is described as the “Good Shepherd” who lays down his…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria IV of Easter II

Dominica II Post Pascha: Missa “Misericórdia Dómini” The Station is at St. Peter’s in Rome. On this Sunday St. Gregory the Great delivered his magnificent homily on the Gospel of the Good Shepherd, near the tomb of the first universal pastor. For this Mass Misericordia the Traditional Rite celebrates Christ as the Good shepherd. Jesus Christ is the One…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Pope St Anicetus, Martyr

Pope St Anicetus, Martyr: Missa “Protexisti” Born in Emesa, Syria at the end of the first century, he came along at a time when most of the Apostles had already died. Anicetus was of the generation of leaders who had never met any of the original leaders of the fledgling Church. It is said that Anicetus…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria II of Easter II

Feria II of Dominica II Post Pascha: Missa “Misericórdia Dómini” The Station is at St. Peter’s in Rome. On this Sunday St. Gregory the Great delivered his magnificent homily on the Gospel of the Good Shepherd, near the tomb of the first universal pastor. For this Mass Misericordia the Traditional Rite celebrates Christ as the Good shepherd. Jesus Christ…

Carissimi; Sunday’s Mass: Good Shepherd Sunday

Dominica II Post Pascha: Missa “Misericórdia Dómini” The Station is at St. Peter’s in Rome. On this Sunday St. Gregory the Great delivered his magnificent homily on the Gospel of the Good Shepherd, near the tomb of the first universal pastor. For this Mass Misericordia the Traditional Rite celebrates Christ as the Good shepherd. Jesus Christ is the One…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Justin, Martyr

St Justin, Martyr: Missa “Narravérunt“ “We are slain with the sword, but we increase and multiply; the more we are persecuted and destroyed, the more are deaf to our numbers. As a vine, by being pruned and cut close, shoots forth new suckers, and bears a greater abundance of fruit; so is it with us.” –…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria VI Paschaltide II

Feria of Eastertide II: Missa “Quasi modo” The Church compares the Neophytes to newborn babes, and the milk she gives them to drink (Introit) is the faith in Christ which will enable them to overcome with Him the world. This faith has for its foundation the testimony of the Father, Who at the baptism of Christ…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St. Hermenegild, Martyr

St. Hermenegild, Martyr: Missa “Protexisti“ Leovigild, Arian King of the Visigoths, had two sons, Hermenegild and Recared, who were reigning conjointly with him. All were Arians, but Hermenegild married a zealous Catholic, the daughter of Sigebert, King of France, and by her holy example was converted to the faith. His father, on hearing the news, denounced…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Feria V Paschaltide II

Feria of Eastertide II: Missa “Quasi modo” The Church compares the Neophytes to newborn babes, and the milk she gives them to drink (Introit) is the faith in Christ which will enable them to overcome with Him the world. This faith has for its foundation the testimony of the Father, Who at the baptism of Christ…