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Anonymous said in December 28th, 2007 at 1:18 pm

Any idea why St. Mary’s in Norwalk is not offering a Traditional Mass? One would have thought that, at least for Sundays and Holy Days, at least one Traditional Mass should have a permanent place on the schedule, particularly with 3 priests at the parish able to celebrate it.

Anonymous said in January 1st, 2008 at 7:36 pm

This message is too late, but perhaps it is useful for keeping count.
Sacred Heart at 229 Willett Avenue in Portchester offered a 9 am Traditional Latin Mass.
[An 8:30 am TLM is offered every Sunday.]
Msgr. Peter Gelsomino is the pastor.

Anonymous said in January 1st, 2008 at 7:44 pm

[I neglected to add in my previous comment:] St. Eugene’s at 31 Massitoa Rd in Yonkers advertises a “Latin” Mass at 10:30 on Sundays. http://steugene.com/mass_schedule.html
I have been infomred that it is actually a Traditional Latin Mass.
The church is a church-in-the-round which means that for some, the Mass would be “ad populum.”

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