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Westminster mass for Norfolk Police Chairman

The Catholic Police Guild celebrated its 92nd Annual Requiem Mass in memory of  all deceased police officers on Wednesday November 5, 2014 at Westminster Cathedral.

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The chief celebrant of this very impressive, well-attended ceremony was the Right Reverend Richard Moth, Catholic Bishop of the Forces. Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Craig Mackey recited the first reading, Chief Inspector Michael Slemensek of Warwickshire Constabulary delivered the second reading  and Reverend Deacon Neville Dyckhoff, retired  head of  Scotland Yard's Catering Branch read the gospel.

The Guild's chairman PC Andrew Natrass of Norfolk Police Traffic Branch recited the bidding prayers, the mass was sung by the Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir conducted by Richard Fox, and concluded with the 'The Last Post' , two minutes silence and ‘Reveille’.

Pictured left to right are Andrew Nattrass, Bishop Moth and Craig Mackey

For previous Network Norfolk articles on the Catholic Police Guild please click here, and the guild web site is www.catholicpoliceguild.org.uk  


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