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Joan Abin said in July 16th, 2012 at 8:50 am

Thank you for these lovely pictures of our Lady. Monsignor Ambrosio has brought a special grace back to our beautiful church and works very hard to keep up the traditions of our founding families. My grandparents,aunts, uncles, cousins came here from Buccine Italy and were a part of founding this great church. I remember walking with my sisters in our Coummnion dresses when the Italian community was at it’s height. We are blessed now with an Equadurian and other South American communities joining us to worship Our Lady.

robtorres said in July 18th, 2012 at 5:07 pm

My name is Robert and I was most privileged and blessed to help serve this Holy Mass as an acolyte. Yes, you are correct – it was a last minute decision to switch to the Ordinary Form, but what a most reverent and Holy Novus Ordo this Mass turned out to be! Monsignor Ambrosio celebrated this Mass Ad Orientem and the schola was magnificent. The next day’s noon’s Feast Day Mass was indeed a Solemn Misa Cantata in the Extraordinary Form. Please help support the growth of TLM at OLMC in Newark with your attendance if you’re in the area. I’ll start to post their feast day TLM in the servialtarischristi.org site calendar.

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