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February 18, 2022

Regina Caeli Academy St Mary’s Warrington


Whether or not you have children to send now, we would be very glad to meet you at our RCA Warrington Open Day on Saturday 5th March next. We welcome new children, parents, staff and benefactors. Come and meet our staff, parents, children and chaplain.

  • 11am: Presentation;
  • 12:10pm: Holy Mass with homily on education by Academy Chaplain Fr de Malleray;
  • 1pm: Shared lunch and further Q&As.

Please register at

Even though you might not be present here on 5th March, please […]

February 7, 2022

Dowry 52 Winter Edition is online

In this issue:

Westerners in 2022 can learn from the heroic fidelity demonstrated by Catholic Poland during WWII and later. Hoping against hope, a generation of young Catholic men and women stood up for their faith and country both at home and abroad. We British and Irish Catholics must love deeper Christ, Our Lady, Holy Church and the saints; and gather together in order to save our souls in the present and forthcoming trials. At the heart of the current battle […]

January 29, 2022

Solemn Consecration of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 11 February

To seek Our Lady’s increased protection on the Fraternity of St Peter and all those entrusted to our care, there will be a wordwide Marian consecration on 11 February, the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.Every day after Mass, 2-10 of February, we will pray a novena for the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter in preparation for this consecration. All members of the Confraternity of St Peter, and any faithful in our apostolates are invited to join in this novena, […]

December 17, 2021

Why Young People Choose Consecrated Celibacy

Scroll down to two videos on this topic by Fr de Malleray

By Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP, Chaplain to the Juventutem London Youth Group (this article first appearead in Dowry Mag No51, Autumn 2021)

Who is left? Looking at the group picture of about twenty young Catholics, my finger points at one face after another while next to me a young friend comments: “Gone. She’s also gone. He’s gone as well. They’re gone too.” The picture was taken on retreat […]

November 28, 2021

Upcoming Events in Reading

Saturday 4 DecemberSolemn candlelit Rorate Mass – 7amAdvent Recollection, 10.15am-1pm, led by Deacon Gwilym Evans, FSSP.Tuesday 7 DecemberSolemn First Vespers for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception – 6pm

November 27, 2021

DOWRY Mag No51 online

Autumn 2021

In this issue,

Editorial: The Heenan Indult Turns Fifty

Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP looks back at the petition in favour of the traditional Latin Mass by scores of British men and women of the world of culture and the arts, some non Catholic and some non Christian. Pope Paul VI was convinced to grant permission for the traditional Latin missal to be used further in England, and asked Mgr Bugnini to express his permission to […]

October 23, 2021

All Saints and All Souls Masses

All Saints’ Day (1 Nov: Holy Day of Obligation)

St William of York, Reading: 10am (Low Mass) & 7pm (Sung Mass)

Our Lady’s, Chesham Bois: 11am (Low Mass)

Christ the King, Bedford: 7.30pm (Low Mass)

All Souls’ Day (2 Nov)

St William of York, Reading: two consecutive Low Masses, starting 10am; Sung Mass with Absolutions at the Catafalque, 7pm

Christ the King, Bedford: three consecutive Low Masses (Communion only at the first two), starting at 10am.

October 8, 2021

FSSP Vocation News

Pray for our Second Year seminarian David, from Warrington, who will receive First Tonsure and the cassock on 23rd October, together with 32 more fellow seminarians (16 in Bavaria and 17 in Nebraska).

Please also pray for our 49 First Year seminarians who started formation last month, including Federico from Wales.

Watch our short video Called to become a priest…

Re-read earlier articles and homilies on Vocations:

Light the Beacons! (2015)

Are You the Fiftieth? (2010)

Vocation Discernment Weekend in […]