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Celebration for the man who could become England's next Saint + update


John Bradburne. Image JBMS

John Bradburne. Image JBMS

The John Bradburne Memorial Society will be hosting an event at Buckfast Abbey, South Devon this coming Saturday, 10th June 2023 at 12 noon, to commemorate his 102nd birthday.

John had a special place in his heart for the Abbey, as this was where he converted to Catholicism. The Cause for Beatification for Bradburne is now in full swing and it is possible he could become England's next Saint. This is a rare opportunity to learn about Bradburne's saintly life and meet the people making this happen.

The John Bradburne Memorial Society will be hosting an event at Buckfast Abbey, South Devon on Saturday 10th June 2023 at 12 noon, to commemorate his 102nd Birthday.

This ticketed event will involve a Mass, lunch, talks, music and an exhibition.

Abbot David Charlesworth OSB said: "We are delighted to be able to host this event and we look forward to seeing as many people as possible."

Please note this is a ticketed event so if you would like to attend, please call JBMS on: 07979 187498 or email them at info@johnbradburne.com .

Tickets are also available on the JBMS website: www.johnbradburne.com

Watch the Mass online here: www.buckfast.org.uk/live

UPDATE:

The JBMS is creating a tribute video to John this year, with supporters submitting 'John Bradburne in one word' videos. These would have people saying what their word is and then explaining it.

Kate Macpherson, JBMS secretary, writes: "If you could record yourself on video or voicemail and what's app it over to me, I would be so grateful. My mobile is 07979 187498 or from abroad: 0044 7979187498. Or if easier please email: info@johnbradburne.com."

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