Traditional Latin Mass Lectures
Lecturer: Fr. Sean Connolly, archdiocese of NY
Sponsored by: Catholics Who Homeschool
St. Rose of Lima Church 130 Beach 84th St., Rockaway Beach, NY 11693-1885 Tel: (718) 634-7394
With the kind permission of Rev. James A. Kuroly, Administrator
All lectures will be conducted in the Chapel of Perpetual Adoration, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Tuesday, January17 th: “The History of the Mass and the Principal of Organic Development”
Tuesday, January 24th : “The Ritual and Prayers of the Traditional Mass”
Tuesday, January 31st: “Summorum Pontificum and the Traditional Mass Today”
The book, Treasure and Tradition, a guide to the Latin Mass, will be available for $20 and a good reference for the lectures
Thursday, Feb. 2nd Candlemas Mass (more information to follow) “Candlemas of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary”.
As a “Feast of Our Lord” of the 2nd class, the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary features the blessing of candles and a procession before Mass. The faithful hold lit candles during the Gospel and throughout the Canon of the Mass.
50/50 Raffles: 3 Raffles for $10; Drawing taking place during the evening of the last class
Coffee and light refreshments will be available after each lecture
For more information and to RSVP please contact: Catholics Who Homeschool, email@example.com; Dina Siano: firstname.lastname@example.org; Dan Marengo email@example.com
We received this note from a reader:
“There is an every Sunday TLM at 9:00 a.m. at the parish church of Saint Anthony, 1496 Commonwealth Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460. On holy days of obligation that don’t fall on Sunday, the TLM is scheduled for 10 a.m.
Since July 2016, the administrator (i.e., pastor in all but name) of Saint Anthony parish has been Father Louis J. Anderson. Just like his predecessor, Father Miara (now pastor of Holy Innocents), Father Anderson is a strong advocate of Tradition. The lack of support that Saint Anthony’s nearly decade-long commitment to the TLM has received from Trads within easy driving distance of the church is most saddening.”
Tomorrow, Monday, January 2, Holy Name of Jesus Church will offer a Missa Cantata at 3 pm for its patronal feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. The church address is 245 Prospect Park West.
The following churches will have traditional masses for the Feast of the Circumcision, the Octave of Christmas, Sunday, January 1.
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys, Brookfield, Jan. 1, 4 pm
St. Martha, Enfield, January 1, 12:00 Noon
St. Stanislaus, New Haven (The St. Gregory Society), January 1, 2:00pm (Low Mass)
St. Mary Church, Norwalk, January 1, Solemn Mass, 9:30 AM
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Waterbury, Jan. 1, 6 pm
St. Agnes, New York, January 1, 11:00 AM (Solemn High Mass)
Church of the Holy Innocents, New York, Jan 1, 9:00 am (Low Mass), 10:30 am (High Mass), Traditional Vespers, 2:30 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Pontifical Shrine, New York (East Harlem), January 1, 2017, 10:30 AM, High Mass
Our Lady of Peace Church,522 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY, January 1,9:30 AM, Low Mass with Organ and Hymns
Immaculate Conception Church, Sleepy Hollow (Westchester County), January 1, 3:00 PM Missa Cantata
Midnight Mass at St. Mary’s, Norwalk, CT. (Fr. Richard Cipolla, pastor, was the celebrant)
(Below) The celebrant, accompanied by his ministers, carries the statue of the Christ Child, which is placed in the creche.
(Below) The procession and start of the mass.
(Above and below)The music included Charpentier’s “Messe de Minuit pour Noel, ” directed by Charles Weaver.
(Below) The Gospel.
The Sermon and the Mass of the Faithful: