Monday, April 21, 2014
Priests and seminarians of OATH, who will be saying
the High Masses
THE NEXT MAJOR EVENT IN GEORGIA INVOLVING THE LATIN MASS WILL BE MAY 10TH & 11TH IN THE ATLANTA DIOCESE
Father Arellano of EWTN fame will be conducting a retreat in the Atlanta Archdiocese on May 10th and 11th at the Doubletree Hotel in Roswell Ga. As part of the weekend retreat Father will celebrate two High Latin Masses on Saturday and Sunday. The masses are expected to be at 2:00 pm Saturday and 2:00 pm on Sunday. For details on the retreat see www.allianceoftwoheartsgeorgia.com
Mass & Retreat Location:
1075 Holcomb Bridge Rd
Roswell GA 30076
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
The crotalus which is used in place of bells from
Thursday to Sunday
THE ONLY TRADITIONAL HOLY WEEK IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA
The Holy Week liturgy schedule is as follows at St Francis de Sales in Mableton. All liturgies will be in the Solemn Form. For Directions see www.francisdesales.com
9:00 am Solemn High Mass with blessing of palms and procession. Meet in the gym to start the mass. To take a palm you kneel down in front of the priest then kiss the palm branch and then kiss the priests hand, then take the palm. The procession will end up in the church for the completion of the mass
Confessions 6:30-7:30 pm
Solemn High Mass of the Lords Supper 8:00 pm with Mandatum (foot washing) of 11 men and one teenage boy who represents St John, stripping of all three altars, translation of the Blessed Sacrament to the altar of repose, Office of Compline is sung and then adoration at the altar of repose until midnight
confessions 1:00-2:00 pm
Mass of the Pre-sanctified 3:00 pm, (during adoration of the cross you remove your shoes to approach the crucifix)
7:00 pm stations of the cross
confessions 10:00-11:00am, 7:30-8:30pm
The Great Vigil 9:30 pm, meet in the parking lot at the Easter fire. May want a small flash light because there is only candlelight used until the Gloria is intoned.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
A prince of the Church receives a blessing from a humble priest
of the Institute of Christ the King
UNA VOCE GEORGIA IS PLEASED TO BREAK THE FOLLOWING WONDERFUL NEWS:
EWTN has announced the debut of Extraordinary Faith, a television series showcasing the beauties of Sacred Tradition and the Tridentine Mass. Episode 1 was filmed at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano in California, located about one hour south of Los Angeles.
Episode 1 includes some background information about the series, as well as an interview with George Sarah, a Hollywood composer who was asked to become president of Una Voce Los Angeles after he organized a number of special high-profile Tridentine Masses in historic churches. Joy Lanfranchi of Una Voce Orange County discusses the annual Lenten Pilgrimage from St. Michael’s [Norbertine] Abbey to the Mission, culminating, not surprisingly, with a Latin Mass.
DVD copies of this and every episode of Extraordinary Faith will be available for sale from EWTN’s Religious Catalog. Our contract with EWTN also permits us to post each episode on our web site, one month after it debuts on the network. Beginning Wednesday, May 14, 2014, Episode 1 will be available for viewing on www.extraordinaryfaith.tv. Please note that the site is not yet up, but will go live no later than Tuesday, April 8. At that time, you will be able to view a trailer introducing the series on the site.
EWTN beginning Monday, April 14, 2014 at 1:30 AM Pacific time. The episode will be re-run on Good Friday, April 18, 2014 at 11:00 PM Pacific time. The network wanted to run the episode during Holy Week because of the Lenten Pilgrimage segment. EWTN is considering future airings of Episode 1 at more convenient times of the day.
Over two years in the making, Extraordinary Faith was co-founded by two veteran promoters of traditional liturgy: Executive Producer, Writer, and Host Alex Begin, a long-time organizer of Latin Masses in the Archdiocese of Detroit, Michigan and the Diocese of London, Ontario, Canada; and London, England-based journalist Mary O’Regan, who served as Writer, Producer, and Co-Host on the first two episodes.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
For those Una Voce members in southern Georgia, you have an excellent opportunity to become trained to serve a Pontifical High Mass. The priests of St John Cantius will conduct the training. The training is part of a conference on the Latin Mass and Gregorian chant.
Musica Sacra Florida6th Annual Gregorian Chant Conference and Extraordinary Form Server Training Workshop
Chant Conference: Friday, May 16 &; Saturday, May 17, 2014
Server Training Workshop: Thursday, May 15 &; Friday May 16, 2014
at Ave Maria University, Ave Maria, FL 34142
The Florida Chapter of the Church Music Association of America &; the Department of Music at Ave Maria University are pleased to announce the sixth annual conference in Gregorian Chant.
The Conference will include:
NEW: Special workshop on Thursday & Friday for altar servers at the Extraordinary Form. This year’s workshop will focus on serving a pontifical High Mass. The workshop will be taught by Fr. Scott Haynes of the Society of St. John Cantius. Participants in the server training workshop are welcome to stay for the Saturday portion of the chant conference. Participants under the age of 18 accompanied by a chaperone are also welcome (contact Susan Treacy for more details).
Click here for all the info and registration:
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Father Bing Arellano preaching a sermon
Father Arellano of EWTN fame will be conducting a retreat in the Atlanta Archdiocese on May 10th and 11th at the Doubletree Hotel in Roswell Ga. As part of the weekend retreat Father will celebrate two High Latin Masses on Saturday and Sunday. The masses are expected to be at 2:00 pm Saturday and 2:00 pm on Sunday. For details on the retreat see www.
Mass & Retreat Location:
1075 Holcomb Bridge Rd
Roswell GA 30076
Monday, March 17, 2014
Photo taken of some of the nuns from the grill of their enclosure
Prayerful greetings from the Dominican Nuns in Marbury, Alabama. Do you know anyone who might be interested in a religious vocation? We are hosting a Vocation Retreat the weekend of June 13-15, and would like to invite homeschooled sophomores, juniors and seniors, homeschool graduates, or any interested young women to learn more. Could you pass on our invitation to your homeschool group and anyone who might like to learn more?
Thank you so much! Several of our Sisters were homeschooled, and know firsthand the value of parents so dedicated to the Faith. Our retreat went well last year--please pray that many young women will respond to Our Lord's invitation this year also. May God bless and Our Lady keep you and your families!
With assurance of prayers in Our Lady,
Mother Mary Joseph, O.P. and Sisters
Dominican Monastery of St. Jude
Marbury, Alabama 36051