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This is a sample of the approved Traditional Latin Masses being offered in the US and Canada as of February 05, 2020 You may order our current directory of approved Traditional Latin Masses in the the United States and Canada by visiting our Educational Material - Group 2 page and locating item A. Pope Pius X (Italian: Pio X; born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto; 2 June 1835 – 20 August 1914) was head of the Catholic Church from August 1903 to his death in 1914. Pius X is known for vigorously opposing modernist interpretations of Catholic doctrine, promoting liturgical reforms and scholastic philosophy and theology. Juan-Carlos Iscara, SSPX. What is the Church’s teaching regarding Gregorian Masses? A “Gregorian Mass” is, in fact, 30 consecutive Masses said for the soul of one deceased person. The practice began with St. Gregory the Great, pope from 590 to 604. A Catholic directory of approved traditional Latin Masses. All Masses offered according to the liturgical books in force in 1962 with the approval of the bishops of the Catholic Church and the Holy See under the governance of Pope Francis.
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Feast of St. Joseph
March 19, 2021
Sspx Gregorian Masses Calendar
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Both our Catholic Faith as well as the innate human Reason that that Faith has given us the courage to take seriously have long prepared us for the disaster that has finally overtaken the naturalist Enlightenment world in the last thirteen months. For let us remember that it is indeed that absurdly anti-Christian “rationalist civilization” that has now administered to itself a predictably irrationalcoup de grace.
Sspx Gregorian Masses Schedule
St. Jude’s Parishioners,
We are looking for additional volunteers to provide a meal for Monsignor Byrnes on Sundays. The commitment involves providing a meal approximately four times per year, to be served after the 10:00 Mass. Volunteers may cook the meal in the fully-equipped kitchen at St. Jude’s, as long as it can be ready within (roughly) 15 minutes after the end of Mass. Otherwise, they may bring a fully-cooked meal and reheat it in the kitchen after Mass.
People who attend the 8:00 Mass are welcome to volunteer as long as they bring a fully-prepared meal. Someone who attends the 10:00 Mass can take care of heating it up and serving it to Monsignor.
Anyone who would like to volunteer, or who has questions, should contact Greg Golm ([email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> or 215-886-0840).