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Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin celebrates Tridentine Latin Mass
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Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin celebrated a Traditional Latin Mass in St Audoen's church, Dublin, in 2005. This footage is compiled by Kieron Wood. Video found via Juventutem Ireland.

3 comments:

del_button August 22, 2007 at 2:07 PM
Mark said...

Beautiful, Matthew. Thank you!

How I pray this motu proprio is put to good use and the position of the forma extraordinaria is regularised. I do not necessarily want to consider a vocation to an indult society, but for obvious reasons it has its appeals at times.

del_button August 22, 2007 at 2:10 PM
Mark said...

P.S. I hope you don't mind, but I thought we could start a trend, so I am nabbing that picture to have a "Supporting the Tridentine Mass" section too.

del_button September 8, 2007 at 9:02 PM
Anonymous said...

http://www.catholic.org/prwire/headline.php?ID=4076

Learning to Serve at the Altar: The Traditional Latin Mass
9/8/2007 - 14:46 PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA ADVISORY
Catholic PRWire

CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 8, 2007 - The new website of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius of Chicago (www.SanctaMissa.org)has just launched a new tutorial in how to serve the Tridentine Latin Mass.

Just as priests need to learn to offer the Mass according to the Rubrics of the 1962 Missale Romanum, Altar Servers must diligently study the rubrics and prayers of the Traditional Latin Mass.

This "Tutorial for Altar Servers" provides a:
1) a flash video demonstrating a Low Mass with one server
2) a cheat-sheet for Altar Servers learning the Mass in a downloadable PDF file format
3) Father Calnan's classic Server Manual
4) an introduction to the Knights of the Altar
5) the superb serving Manual of the Archconfraternity of St. Stephen.

Visit www.SanctaMissa.org today!
Contact: Canons Regular of St John Cantius
http://www.sanctamissa.org IL, US
Rev Scott Haynes - Website Administrator, 312-243 7373

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