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Lent at the Rosary Shrine

Posted on 21st March 2020

26th February: Ash Wednesday Masses at 7:30am, 10am (with St Dominic’s School), and 6pm. There will be the imposition of ashes at each of these Masses. 7th March: Music for Lent – Pergolesi’s ‘Stabat Mater’ at 7:30pm: We are delighted to welcome

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This Saturday: Sir James MacMillan to conduct his Marian Motets at the Rosary Shrine (25 May 2019)

Posted on 25th May 2019

The Rosary Shrine is delighted to announce that Sir James MacMillan CBE, one of the country’s most successful and highly-acclaimed composers and conductors, will be coming to conduct a concert sung by one of London’s top chamber choirs specially selected

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Lent at the Rosary Shrine

Posted on 13th March 2018

There is a wealth of liturgies and events on offer at the Rosary Shrine this Lent; chances to feed the intellect, grow in devotion, and deepen your faith. We list them here in chronological order: 14 February: Ash Wednesday, Masses

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Violin Sonatas meditating on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary

Posted on 17th January 2018

On Saturday 24th February at 7:30pm, the second of the three concerts that make up the complete ‘Rosary Sonatas‘ by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704) will be performed in our church which is the Rosary Shrine of the Archdiocese of

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Upcoming Concerts: Vivaldi, and Biber

Posted on 2nd December 2017

  Our Rosary Shrine church has a beautiful acoustic and one of the finest ‘Father Willis’ organs in the country. In addition to the fine sacred music sung during our Sunday Masses, we also welcome musicians who may wish to

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Support the ‘Future Decades’ Campaign

The ‘Future Decades’ Fundraising Campaign Fundraising to Secure the Future of Our Church and the Rosary Shrine Since 2019, the Future Decades campaign has been raising money to respond to our most urgent priorities: Restoring the Apse: Essential stonework repairs

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