Saturday, February 19, 2011
PS I bet we see the cappa magna and the vesting ceremony of a prelate-stay tuned!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 9, 2011
WASHINGTON, DC--The Paulus Institute for the Propagation of the Sacred Liturgy regrets to announce that the Pontifical High Mass in the Extraordinary Form scheduled to be offered at the high altar of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on April 9th is cancelled.
The Paulus Institute had organized the Lenten Mass in honor of the Holy Father on the sixth anniversary of his election to the papacy. It was to have been the second such Mass, the first having been offered at the National Shrine last year before a capacity congregation of over 4,000. Unfortunately, this year's scheduled celebrant, Archbishop Augustine DiNoia of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in Rome, withdrew his acceptance of our invitation as a result of changed circumstances.
Although the Paulus Institute has worked for the past several weeks to proceed with the Mass in the end we were unable to obtain the necessary permission.
"We deeply regret this turn of events,” said Paul King, president of The Paulus Institute. “We are very disappointed, well aware that thousands of Catholics throughout the United States have made plans to attend. Countless others around the world would have watched and prayed with the EWTN broadcast and wanted the DVD.
Friday, February 18, 2011
INTERNATIONAL APPEAL IN DEFENSE OF SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM
MAKE IT KNOWN
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
There will be a Latin Low Mass (votive mass of the Sacred Heart) at St Andrews parish in Roswell Ga Friday March 4th at 9:00 pm. Confessions before mass at 8:00pm and adoration and other devotions following mass. Confessions are available in the extrordinary form, simply ask once inside the confessional.
April 1st 2011
Father Bing of EWTN will celebrate the latin mass this evening at 9:00 pm and again at 1:00 am. The same deovotions as above will take place as well. He will be accompanied by several priests, brothers and nuns.
675 Riverside Road
Roswell, GA 30075
Sunday, February 6, 2011
The parish of St Francis de Sales (FSSP Parish) in Mableton is organizing a unique vocations week-please read below:
Nun Run, Monk Hunt & Seminarian Search
If anyone is interested in discerning a religious vocation, Deacon Pelster is organizing a couple of cars to travel to the Midwest in order to look at a few religious orders. The men will have an opportunity to see: 1st Kenrick Diocesan Seminary, MO, 2nd Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary, seminary of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, NE, 3rd Benedictine monastery of Clear Creek, Our Lady of the Annunciation Monastery, OK , 4th Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word, Annunciation Friary, (EWTN monks), AL. The ladies will have an opportunity to see: 1st The Nashville Dominicans, TN, 2nd The discalced Carmelite sisters of The Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, NE, 3rd The Benedictine Sisters of Our Lady of the Annunciation, MO, 4th The Benedictine Sisters of Queen of Angels Convent (affiliated with Clear Creek Monastery). There are still many contingencies to be determined; right now the plan is to be gone from Tuesday 5th of April to Tuesday the 12th of April. This trip is only for those who are eligible for the religious life, i.e. those who are 16-30 years of age and single. Going on this escapade does not mean that you must be actually planning on entering the religious life; rather if you are in any way interested in the life of monks, nuns, and priests you are welcome to come and learn more. We will be staying at the monasteries/convents throughout the trip. The price will probably be in the $300-$400 range for 7 days but I will have a more precise figure after I know how many people are coming. The cost includes transportation, food, and lodging. If you are interested, please let Deacon Pelster know as soon as possible, so that he can get a sense of how many people are interested.
FOR INFO CONTACT REV'D MISTER PELSTER FSSP AT 770 948-6888