Latin Mass Society of England and Wales

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Latin Mass Society
of England and Wales
Logo of Latin Mass Society of England and Wales.png
LMS logo
Abbreviation LMS
Formation 1965
(50 years ago)
 (1965)
Headquarters 11–13 Macklin Street, London
Chairman
Joseph Shaw
General manager
Stephen Moseling
Affiliations Catholic Church

The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales is a Roman Catholic society in England and Wales dedicated to making the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, also known as the Tridentine Mass, more widely available.[1] The group organised a petition for the Latin Mass in England and Wales which the Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal John Heenan, presented to Pope Paul VI, who granted a papal indult in 1971.[2][3]

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  1. ^ "http://www.lms.org.uk/resources/lms-constitution-as-amended-2012". www.lms.org.uk. Retrieved 2015-05-26. 
  2. ^ Bugnini, Annibale (1990). The Reform of the Liturgy (1948-1975). Liturgical Press. pp. 297–8. ISBN 978-0814615713. OCLC 645775748. 
  3. ^ "The English Indult". www.lms.org.uk. Retrieved 2015-05-26. 

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