Requiem Mass

for the 

Repose of the Souls of Deceased Members 

of the 

Catholic Medical Association

The Rosary Shrine, St Dominic's Catholic Church, London NW5 4LB

- Dominican Rite Mass at 11:30 am -

- followed by tea, coffee and biscuits in the hall -

- bring a packed lunch! - 

Find out more! 

Why should you attend?

- pray for the dead during the month of the Holy Souls

- meet other (young) Catholics in healthcare

- experience the beauty of the Rosary shrine

- experience a Dominican Rite Mass

- deepen your Faith

Background to the Event

The CMA's New Evangelization Committee are delighted to collaborate with the Rosary Shrine and the Latin Mass Society to put on a Requiem Mass at the Rosary Shrine in London for the repose of the souls of deceased members of the CMA.

The CMA is committed to praying for deceased members of our organisation, especially as it is a former guild. The CMA holds a Requiem Mass at it's annual conference as well as during other events in the year, and the youth branch wants to show in a particular way our commitment to this duty to pray for CMA members who have gone before us and who have helped to build up our association. 

As a former guild we believe one of the benefits of membership of our organisation is the assuredness that we will continue to pray for members after they die. 

Many fine Catholic doctors and healthcare professionals who have been members of the CMA have gone before us.

Our hope is that this event will become an annual event in the month of the Holy Souls.

Holy Mass will be at 1130hrs, followed by tea and biscuits in the hall, and we invite attendees to bring a packed lunch.

All are welcome, whether CMA members or not.

The Way of Beauty - the story of St Dominic's Priory and the Shrine to Our Lady of the Rosary

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