Monday, April 30, 2018
FSSP Pilgrimage Washington DC 2017
JOIN FATHER JAMES BUCKLEY, FSSP, FOR THE ANNUAL MARCH
The three-day march runs from May 31st – June 2nd and comprises 51+ miles, following the Potomac River most of the way. The schedule begins with a sung Mass at St. Mary’s Church in Barnesville on the morning of Thursday, May 31st, and concludes with a Solemn High Mass at the Basilica in D.C. on Saturday, June 2nd. There are a few different ways to participate in the march. Men and capable boys/teens are invited to join the FSSP for the entire march and stay at the FSSP campsite. Everyone else can join the FSSP for the marching and find other accommodations, or just join for the last leg of the pilgrimage, which begins at Georgetown Waterfront Park in D.C. on June 2nd. If you choose to join the FSSP for any portion of the pilgrimage, it is very important that you make arrangements for meals and for transportation to and from drop-off points and the campsite. It often works best if you get a group together, such as a group from your parish. For more information on how the pilgrimage works and what plans you will need to make, please click here.
Registration is required for everyone except those who are just joining for the last leg. A $3.00 registration fee is required if you plan to stay at the campsite. Registration deadline is May 10th. You can find more information and register here.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Traditional Catholics are coming together in Savannah at the Cathedral to meet each other and have a pot luck dinner on Sunday May 13th following the 1:00 pm High Mass. The get together will be in the Cathedral parish hall which is across the street from the Cathedral. Please make every effort to come and bring a friend with you. This is a rare opportunity for serious Catholics to get together to make friends and develop relationships to take tradition to the next level.
Phone: (912) 233-4709
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist 222 East Harris Street Savannah, Georgia, 31401
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Father West, Sacred Ministers & Servers
The next Latin mass at 1:00 pm in Augusta on Sunday May 6th, 2018 is the LAST SCHEDULED MASS in the Augusta area. Father Renaurd West will evaluate whether or not there is sufficient interest to continue having the Traditional Mass in Augusta. A low turn out will insure the demise of the ancient mass in Augusta. It is critical that everyone attend this mass and bring friends with you, if not then tradition will end in east Georgia.
Our Lady of Peace 1:00 pm May 6th 2018
856 Old Edgefield Rd
North Augusta SC 29841
There will be a reception afterwards for Catholics to meet other traditional Catholics who are serious about their Faith. Please come and thank Father for what he is doing and ask him to continue celebrating the Traditional Mass. Please bring a snack to share to the reception. If you would like to help out in any way by ushering, helping with the after mass social, singing in the schola, altar serving etc., please contact Dr. Seiters at: email@example.com
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
EWTN has announced that they will broadcast live a Pontifical High Latin Solemn Mass at 1:00 pm on Saturday April 28th. This mass will be in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception(largest church in the USA) in Washington D.C. This mass is sponsored by the Paulus Institute in Washington D.C. Bishop Sample of Portland Oregon will be the celebrant, and will be assisted by the FSSP, The Institute of Christ the King , and secular clergy. The choir of the basilica shrine will sing "Missa Salve Regina" by Victoria as the ordinary of the Mass, and several Renaissance polyphony motets by Palestrina, Ugolini, Monteverdi, Clemens, Manchicourt and Marenzio. The propers of the Mass will be sung by the Saint Mary Mother of God schola in Washington, D.C. Several preludes will be sung by guest choirs, including one from the Lyceum School in South Euclid, Ohio, and another choir from Saint John the Baptist Church in Allentown, N.J. This is THE traditional Catholic event of the year and it is important to support it and to write a note to EWTN thanking them for covering this mass, so they will do it again. Please contact EWTN at PO Box 5817 Old Leeds Rd Irondale Alabama 35210, telephone (205) 271-2900. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all the details on the mass from the Paulus Institute see: http://thepaulusinstitute.org/News/Music,%20Clergy%20Announced%20for%20Solemn%20Pontifical%20Mass.htm
Irondale, AL 35210-2164