Tuesday, October 1, 2019

LATIN MASS JASPER OCTOBER 27TH


Previous Latin Mass in Jasper

OUR LADY OF THE MOUNTAINS WILL CELEBRATE A HIGH MASS FOR THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
The first ever Sunday Latin Mass at Our Lady of the Mountains in Jasper (Atlanta Diocese) will be held at 5:00 pm October 27th 2019. Please take the time to thank the pastor for doing his part to revive the Catholic Faith in our state. Contact info is below:
Father Charles Byrd
Our Lady of the Mountains Roman Catholic Church
1908 Waleska Highway 108
Jasper, GA 30143
Phone: 706-253-3078
Email: ladyofthemts@ellijay.com


Monday, September 30, 2019

MICHAELMASS IN SAVANNAH





Father McDonald and servers at Michaelmas yesterday in the cathedral in Savannah. When you get a chance please thank Father, the servers and the wonderful YOUNG schola for their great work.

Friday, September 27, 2019

CALLING ALL GEORGIA CATHOLICS

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UNA VOCE TO HOLD CONFERENCE CALL

Una Voce Georgia will be conducting a free conference call for traditional Catholics in the Georgia, covering both the Atlanta and Savannah Dioceses. The presenter of the first two conference calls will be Fr. John Paul Heiser, OSB who is a priest and Benedictine monk of Saint Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, Pennsylvania currently assigned to St. Vincent’s dependent priory in Savannah, Georgia. Thankful for the privilege of offering the Traditional Mass regularly in Savannah’s Cathedral, he is also teaching theology at Benedictine Military High School. Fr. John Paul holds BAs from Pennsylvania State University, an M.Div. from Saint Vincent Seminary and an STB from San Anselmo Pontifical University. He has devoted for years and continues to devote a substantial amount of time to the spiritual direction of souls.
Father will present his first talk in November on the Four Temperaments. The four temperaments are an ancient and traditional way of understanding personality.  They label an individual’s  stable set of dispositions based in the material constitution of the individual.  The Catholic Church has generally acknowledge their existence and treats of them in its spiritual theology. The famous Thomist Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. mentions temperament heavily in his work and ties temperament to one’s predominant fault.  Fr. Jordan Aumann, O.P. and, more recently, Fr. Chad Ripperger, treat of the topic in their work.  Understanding temperament is extremely helpful for spiritual direction, spiritual growth, and facility in human relations.  

Una Voce has also scheduled a conference call in January on Moral Theology Basics and in March on the traditional Catholic rules on dating and courtship. If anyone has any general or specific questions that you would like to ask Father, and have him answer them on the call, then please email the question to Una Voce at vat2bad@gmail.com

To participate in the conference calls you will need to dail (605) 313-5111. The access code is 725230. All talks will take place at 7:00 pm Eastern on November 12th 2019, January 21 2020, and March 10th 2020. For more details and to see if anything changes please keep referring back here.


Monday, September 23, 2019

MICHAELMAS THIS SUNDAY IN MACON

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NEXT LATIN MASS IN MACON IS  THIS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29TH AT 2:00 PM The next scheduled Latin Mass will be this Sunday at 2:00 pm. Please help support this endeavor and make sure you thank the pastor: Father J. Scott Winchel at Saint Josephs Catholic Church in downtown Macon.
Proper's of Michalemas:  http://www.extraordinaryform.org/propers/0929DedicationStMichael.pdf
For directions see https://stjosephmacon.wordpress.com/

YOUNG TRADITONAL CATHOLICS ACTIVE ATLANTA DIOCESE

   
ATLANTA—An Atlanta area's group of young adults attached to the Latin Mass—called Juventutem Atlanta—gathered at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church yesterday to pray the Rosary and listen to a talk from their chaplain, after which they drove over to SunTrust Park for a tailgate-style picnic and to watch the Atlanta Braves play the San Francisco Giants.  They car pooled to the stadium, where they saw the Braves win handily, 8-1. The group was nearly 30 young adults. img 0678 3
Upcoming Juventutem Atlanta activities include:
* Oct. 5 (First Saturday): meeting for the 7 am Mass at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, a quick breakfast (bring your own) at the church, then head to a construction site in Mableton to help on a Habitat for Humanity project.
* Nov. 5: meeting for the Rosary at 6:30 pm at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, then head to Kennesaw State College Music School for a choral concert.
For more information, contact juventutematlanta@gmail.com .

Thursday, August 29, 2019

TRADITIONAL YOUNG CATHOLICS FROM 7 ATLANTA PARISHES VISITED THE SHRINE-UPDATED

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JUVENTUTEM HAS THE FOLLOWING UPDATE ON THE BELOW ARICLE:
We have reserved twenty general admission tickets to the Braves VS. Giants game at Suntrust Park on the 21st of September. Follow the link to purchase your ticket. There are four additional tickets that are parking passes. Please only purchase this ticket if you are able to take at least three additional people with you. We have until the 5th of September to secure these tickets at this price. If we sell out of these tickets you can still join the event by purchasing your own tickets in the general admission sections. They are not assigned seats so you will still be able to sit with our group. You will also be responsible for your own parking, unless there is room in one of the five cars carpooling with parking passes.
CULLMAN—Young adults from St. Francis de Sales Parish and six other parishes made a pilgrimage Saturday to the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama, part of the monastery founded by Mother Angelica of EWTN fame, and to the Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama. The pilgrimage was organized by the Atlanta chapter of Juventutem International, which organizes monthly events for young adults ages 18 to 35 who have a devotion to or an interest in the traditional Latin Mass. Each month's activities include both a spiritual dimension and a social dimension."It was peaceful, it was beautiful. The silence especially spoke to me," said Tristan Smith, 25, who just moved to Atlanta from Washington, D.C.The group assembled for Mass at 7 am at St. Francis de Sales, received the special blessing for embarking on a pilgrimage, then drove with their chaplain, Fr. James M. Smith, FSSP, assistant pastor of St. Francis de Sales, in a 15-passenger van and four cars.
After lunch at Luna's BBQ in Hanceville, the group returned to the shrine to adore our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the gloriously beautiful church, then recited the Divine Mercy chaplet with the cloistered sisters who live at the shrine. After some free time and a visit to the shrine's gift shop, they drove to Cullman to tour the Ave Maria Grotto.
While they drove, they heard a reading from  Humility of Heart by Fr. Cajetan de Bergamo, and sang the Rosary.
On Sept. 21, Juventutem Atlanta plans to attend a baseball game at SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, who at press time remain in first place. Juventutem Atlanta organizer, Bryan Lester expects at least 20 people for next month's event, but urges all those planning to come to reserve their $15 tickets now before the Braves' dynamic pricing system causes the price to increase.
"I pray that our Blessed Mother would help us continue to grow the Church among our peers in Atlanta," Lester said. Those interested in attending the Braves game can contact Lester at juventutematlantat@gmail.com .