The Latin Mass Society have made two new appointments. Dr the Hon Joseph Shaw (LMS Representative for Oxford) has been elected Chairman and Mr Paul Waddington (LMS Representative for Middlesbrough) was elected Treasurer. Dr Joseph Shaw said: "I am greatly honoured to be asked by the LMS Committee to take over as Chairman. There is much work to be done in furthering the cause of Traditional Catholicism in England and Wales, in loyalty to the Holy See and in accordance with the provisions of Summorum Pontificum. The emphases of my Chairmanship will be on supporting our hard-working diocesan representatives, and on priests' training, families and the young. These three categories in particular represent the future both of the LMS and the Church. "I am pleased to say that our Priests' Training Conference at Ushaw College, Durham during Low Week is almost fully booked. The LMS will shortly make an announcement confirming our southern-based priests' training conference in August. "Further it is now confirmed that Bishop John Arnold of Westminster will celebrate the LMS's High Mass in Westminster Cathedral at 2pm on Saturday 20 June; that Bishop Fernando Rifan of Campos, Brazil, will lead the LMS National Pilgrimage to Holywell on Saturday/Sunday 11/12 July; that Bishop George Stack of Westminster will confer Confirmations in the Traditional Rite at St James' Church, Spanish Place, London W1 at 11am on Saturday 7 November; and that Bishop Alan Hopes of Westminster will celebrate the LMS's High Mass of Requiem in Westminster Cathedral at 2pm on Saturday 14 November. "It is evident that the LMS is responding to the Holy Father's request that Catholics give an account 'of the hope that is in us'." Source: LMS
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