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Viator Catholicus said in April 21st, 2010 at 12:27 pm

A cheaper way:

There are still seats available from 33rd and 7th in NYC to 10th and H in DC on Bolt bus ($17.50-19.00)
https://www.boltbus.com/

Then, from 10th and H in DC, enter the Grand Hyatt hotel (There's a Starbucks inside if you need a snack) across the street and follow the signs to take the metro (underneath the hotel) toward Silver Spring or Glenmont on the Red Line. But, you'll want to get off at Brookland/CUA. It's a 15 minute ride and costs about $1.65.

Anonymous said in April 21st, 2010 at 2:14 pm

Dear attendee of the historic traditional Latin Mass at the National Shrine,

Given the various reports in the media, I wanted to make sure you saw the press release below from The Paulus Institute, the sponsor of the Mass on this coming Saturday.

The Mass WILL proceed as planned, with its impressive selections of chant and polyphony, and full solemnity. However, Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos will no longer be offering the Mass. Those of you traveling great distances can continue making your plans for your pilgrimage.

http://pontificalmass.org/change-celebrant-announced-a2996

Anonymous said in April 22nd, 2010 at 1:18 pm

Bishop Edward Slattery of Tulsa celebrates the first traditional mass held at the Basilica in 50 years, in celebration of the fifth anniversary of Pope Benedict's inauguration.

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