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2958: St Gregory the Great, Cheltenham, England

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25 April 2016

I am a regular at St Gregory's and I think Secret Squirrel has produced a very fair review.

However, it might be worth noting that the three Sunday masses at St Gregory's have very different characters.

The 9.30am is the children's liturgy and has more modern music.

The 11.15am is the high mass - some parts are sung in Latin and the music is much more traditional.

At the 6.00pm there is no music and the service is much more simple in character.

This might help potential worshipers understand and distinguish between the options at St Greg's.

Many thanks!

Ms Katherine Lattadate

 
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