St Edward the Confessor was the first patron Saint of England. He had a deathbed vision of the reformation and the subsequent revival which began in the 19th century.
“The patron saint provides a model of charity; we are assured of his intercession.”
Catechism article 2156
The Mass is celebrated at the ancient Shrine of St Edward in Westminster Abbey. It will be on Saturday 7th October at 10.45 am (arrival time please) as opposed to the traditional 4.30 pm time. Please apply to the Guild office for tickets which are free but a suggested donation is £15 each.
Note: the Mass is on the same day that the Walsingham Walk begins.