Saturday, December 08, 2007

Southwark Mass

There are some quite stunning photographs of the Traditional Mass, by Vernon Quaintance which took place at Southwark Cathedral today.
The Congreagation looks very impressive for a wet Saturday afternoon, especially as in England the Immaculte Conception is not a Holy Day.
These photographs ©2005-2007 Vernon Quaintance



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vernon's a great photographer..thanks for sharing his pictures..

gemoftheocean said...

Father better hike up that alb with the cincture a little higher, or else he's going to end up ripping the edge of all that lace off before he can say "Dominus Vobiscum."

Nickname said...

I would not have believed it possible to dignify the dreadful slab of a high altar that was fairly recently, at enormous expense, installed in St George's Cathedral. It's a pity that it cannot be permanently furnished. But the albs ...! Gothic vestments and lace do not go together. Only the deacon looks properly vested. Zigzag and Tripup look ridiculous.