Sunday, September 09, 2007

Another Tridentine Mass to be said in NH (Nashua)

From the St. Patrick parish bulletin...

THE EXTRAORDINARY FORM OF THE MASS ACCORDING TO THE MISSAL OF BLESSED
JOHN XXIII
In response to several requests, the extraordinary form of Mass
according to the Missal of Blessed John XXIII will be celebrated here
at St. Patrick on Sunday, September 16, at 4:00 P.M. Bishop McCormack
is aware both of the requests and the celebration that has been
scheduled in response to those requests. The frequency and times of
future celebrations are matters that will be worked out in the weeks
ahead as we continue to implement the Holy Father's motu proprio under
Bishop McCormack's guidance. Celebrations of Mass under this form
will NOT conflict with the regular Mass schedule that will continue as
always.

EVENING OF INFORMATION ON CELEBRATION OF THE MASS ACCORDING TO THE
MISSAL OF BLESSED JOHN XXIII
Anyone interested in learning more about the Mass as it was celebrated
before the Second Vatican Council is invited to attend a session to be
held on Tuesday, September 11, at 7:00 P.M. in the parish center.

St. Patrick's is located at 29 Spring St., Nashua. The church is wheelchair-accessible.

Gee, this is yet another Tridentine Mass to be said in New England within the past several weeks. Someone said, though, that there wasn't much demand for it here in New England... Hmmmm.

1 comment:

RC said...

It was a beautiful Mass too; if I may engage in shameless self-promotion, I blogged it over at Catholic Light.