Sung Mass St Peter Monday 29 June 2020 | Daily Office and Mass | 3 comments https://www.allsaints-standrews.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/SungMassStPeter.mp3 3 Comments Val Gardner on Monday 29 June 2020 at 19:02 Thank you for such a beautifully sung Eucharist to commemorate both St Peter and Fr Ian’s special anniversary. We are indeed blessed to have such musical talent in our Rectory! Jim Easton on Monday 29 June 2020 at 20:29 A very beautiful mass for the Feast of St. Peter, Apostle, and also to celebrate Fr. Ian’s 40th anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood, and a very moving homily from Fr. Ian himself. I am very grateful for Fr. Ian’s ministry, and for his friendship. This was a first for me, as I have never before heard a priest sing – as well as celebrate – the entire Mass! Thank you Fr. Alasdair, you were in excellent voice! Many grateful thanks also for yesterday’s Mass for Trinity III, and to Fr. Giles for his very moving sermon. Sister Avril Pauline Landay, S.S.F.T.O., M.A. on Monday 29 June 2020 at 23:17 It was a great joy to share in Mass with you, Alasdair, Lil and Ian, and I am deeply grateful to you all for sharing it with us, the church of All Saints. I found all the sung liturgy very beautiful and it touched my heart and my soul. I remember S.t Martin’s in the Bull Ring when it really was the Bull Ring with the fIsh market and its bomb-shell that us kids sat on when our parents and grandparents were buying crabs’ claws, penny winks, and sometimes, a whole crab. The barrows were all down the side of the street that was the Bull Ring and it was an interesting and sometimes mysterious place to be. This was in the 1940s and 50s, and changes began to happen to our Bull Ring and its carts and stalls. I wonder if you ever went into the fish marketwith its glass roof holed by the bomb when you were there, Ian. I guess the bomb had dropped and failed to explode – a terrible job for the chaps who made it safe and left the shell there. Thank you for the homily, and for all your homilies and celebrations of Mass, and for your conversation and all else that you bless us with, Ian. Thank you Alasdair and Lil for your faithfulness and love. This is the first time I have attended a recorded Mass and it was and remains a wonderful experience and blessing.