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Organisations: New Yorks Mass Centre
Locations: Knight Stainforth, Leeds

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New Yorks Mass Centre

The Bishop of Leeds has granted permission for the celebration of public Sunday Mass in the private oratory at " Taitlands," near Settle, the residence of Miss Tempest (sister of Brigadier' General Tempest, of Broughton Hall).

Thus a link is re-established with the Catholic history of North Ribblesdale, for within a mile of Taitlands across the river is the hamlet of Knight Stainforth, where lived four generations of the Tempests. They are buried in the Tempest Chapel in the pre-Reformation parish church of St. Alkelda, Giggleswick.




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