THE first Mass since the Reformation in the I lth century Anglican Church of St. Mary, Tatsfield, Kent, was celebrated early this month by Fr. Donald Burke, of the John Fisher School, Purley. He was invited to do so by the vicar, the Rev. Kenneth Lewis, because the village has no Catholic church. St. Mary's, which lies just off the Pilgrims' Way to Canterbury, is now expected to be used regularly for Sunday Mass hitherto celebrated in private houses or a local hall.
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Keywords: Tandridge, Tatsfield, Catholics Not In Communion With Rome, Christianity In The United Kingdom, Anglicanism, John Fisher, Licentiate In Theology, Religion / Belief
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