Tuesday, July 27, 2010

First Tridentine Mass Eucharistic Congress in Georgia UPDATED

The Alliance of the Two Hearts International Organization is coming to the Atlanta Diocese for the First Ever Euchaistic Congress for Young People that will be based on the Traditional Latin Mass. PLEASE PASS THE WORD AND LETS HAVE A GREAT TURNOUT !!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS A MAJOR EFFORT TO EXPOSE YOUNG CATHOLICS TO THE TRADITIONAL MASS AND WAY OF LIFE.


COME!------As the Holy Spirt is trying to gather the People of God into one, do not miss this special weekend with Fr. Viola OATH priest celebrating both the 9:00 p.m. Mass for the Sacred Heart and the 1:00 a.m. Mass for the Immaculate Heart in the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite.

· Please come that we may join with him to offer reparation for the entire Body of Christ and for ourselves, our families and our specific Churches, within this intention.

· But----from 5:00 p.m. all the youth with gather with Fr. Jose for his presentation about ADORE 2010 Eucharistic Yourth Conference coming August 20-22.

· And----on Saturday, all families, youth and youth ministers are invited to join Fr. Jose for a day in preparation for ADORE, watching videos, hearing talks and concluding with a potluck dinner. Please come and find out about ADORE that is held all over the world and the first time in Atlanta.


The Adore Eucharistic Youth Conference will be held at St. Andrew Church in Roswell on Friday to Sunday, Aug. 20-22. Sponsored by the Georgia chapter of the Alliance of the Holy Family International, the conference will be led by Father Edgardo “Bing” Arellano and Father Jose Viola, Oblate Apostle of the Two Hearts, the spiritual directors of the Alliance of the Two Hearts.
Held for the first time in Atlanta this year, the conference has been held annually in the U.S. and abroad since 2003. It is an opportunity for the youth of the archdiocese ages 13-23 to gather to increase their awareness of the “heart of the church, which is our Eucharistic Lord, in His True Presence, as the source and summit of our faith” (Pope John Paul II).
Organizers of the Adore 2010 youth conference seek to guide young people as they journey to encounter Christ in the Eucharist, through education on the faith and church teachings and through Tridentine rite liturgies.
Events will be held on Friday, Aug. 20, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday, Aug. 22, from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost is $100 per person, with discounts for families with three or more children. The cost includes a registration kit and meals for the three days. The non-refundable deposit for registration is $25, and $75 is due by Aug. 7. Hotel discounts are available for out-of-town guests. A registration form and medical consent form is available at www.allianceoftwo heartsgeorgia.com.
An informational weekend will be offered prior to the youth conference and will be led by Father Viola, who also serves as the spiritual director for International Adore youth. Beginning on Friday, Aug. 6, the session will be held from 5-9 p.m. at St. Andrew Church, before the First Friday/First Saturday Communion of Reparation vigil, which is held at the parish each month. The orientation will continue after the vigil on Saturday, Aug. 7, with a session open to all youth, families and parish youth directors, beginning at 11 a.m. and ending with a potluck dinner at 6 p.m.
St. Andrew Church is located at 675 Riverside Road, Roswell.
For more information about the Adore youth conferences, visit www.mhccrusaders.com. For more information about the Alliance of the Two Hearts and the Adore 2010 conference, visit http://www.allianceoftwoheartsgeorgia.com/ or contact Diane Guesman at (770) 993-1846 or diane7guesman@att.net or Margarita Santiago at (678) 521-0484 or mestgo777@yahoo.com.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Mass at Mother Angelica's Monastery

There will be a non televised high mass this Saturday at the Shrine in Hanceville at 7:00 am ( central time).

Hanceville Sat, Jul 31 @ 7 AM

Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

Saturday, July 24, 2010

High Mass Returns to Macon

The first Sunday high mass and the weekly Tuesday low mass will start back at St Josephs church in downtown Macon in August. The resumption of the high mass will be at 2:00 pm on August 1st. For mass schedule please see www.unavoce-ga.org

FSSP Says High Mass in South Carolina

Press Release from the Remnant Newspaper

Sunday, July 11, 2010--Spartanburg, S.C.--Nearly 400 lay faithful assisted at the first Traditional Latin High Mass offered on a Sunday at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Spartanburg, S.C. (Diocese of Charleston) in 40 years. Fr. Timothy Gahan, Pastor of St. Paul's, graciously hosted Fr. Robert Ferguson, FSSP, for the High Mass at the regularly-scheduled 12:15 parish time slot. Lots of Catholics from Spartanburg, Greenville, Greer, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Easley, Anderson, Taylors and other Upstate, S.C., cities made the trek for the beautifully sung Mass. As is usual with Traditional Latin Mass offerings, lots of young families with many young children could be seen assisting. Fr. Gahan thanked Fr. Ferguson for offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass--the Mass of All Ages--and welcomed him back to offer Mass again at St. Paul's in August. Coincidentally, St. Paul's was the home of the very first Traditional Latin Mass petition to the then-Bishop of Charleston--Bishop David Thompson, with more than 200 signatures back in the mid-1990s. It took nearly 15 years since this first request, but God works in mysterious ways as Gregorian Chant was heard again in the hallowed halls of the church in the heart of the Bible Belt! Deo Gratias! And thanks to Fr. Gahan and Fr. Ferguson for helping to fill the Summer void for Traditional Catholics in the Upstate! We look forward to many more opportunities

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Birmingham Now Has Sunday Latin Masses

Una Voce has announced ( see announcement below) that the new Latin mass parish for the diocese of Birmingham has announced a regularly scheduled Sunday Mass. When traveling or visiting EWTN or The Shrine please make sure you support this parish's effort in starting this regular Latin mass schedule.

Father Booth has established a regular schedule for Latin Masses at Blessed
Sacrament parish. He will celebrate a Low Mass every Sunday at 11:30 AM. Please
note there are three exceptions (due to conflicts with events already scheduled
for the parish's 100th Anniversary Celebration) during the upcoming
months: 1) September 12, 2010 (Parish Picnic) - No Latin Mass is confirmed for
this date yet. 2) November 14, 2010 (Thanksgiving) - Latin Mass will be
celebrated at 8:30 AM. 3) March 13, 2011 (Spaghetti Dinner) - Latin Mass will be
celebrated at 8:30 AM. Please spread the word of the regular Mass time!

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Una Voce Georgia to Submit Report to Rome

All chapters of Una Voce around the world have been asked to compile a report on the Latin Mass in their area and send the report in to the international Una Voce Headquarters. The international office is going to combine the reports into one massive worldwide report that will be submitted to the Holy Father at the Vatican. This world wide report is being done on the 3rd anniversary of Summorum Pontificum. This report will be on how effective Summorum Pontificum has been. If you would like any information from your parish included in this report please send it to Una Voce Georgia at latinmass@joimail.com

We need to not only include our success in getting the mass but more importantly we need to include those instances where we have been denied our rights to the Latin Mass under Summorum Pontificum. If your parish info is listed on the Una Voce Georgia web page( www.unavoce-ga.org) then we already have your information. If you have info not listed or if you have bad news then we need that as well. The report from Georgia will be submitted by the end of July so get your info turned in.