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Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Tridentine Latin Mass in Diocese of Joliet: October 6, 2007
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I received this information directly from the contact person, whose email address is listed below. I was also sent a .doc file of a flyer promoting the event with the below mentioned information. If you would like a copy of the flyer, please email me. Please help promote this Tridentine Latin Mass.

There will be a Tridentine Latin Mass offered in reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary by Fr. Andreas Hellmann of the Institute of Christ the King. The Mass will be here:

October 6, 2007 - 7 PM
St. Rose of Lima Church
486 W. Merchant St.
Kankakee, IL


Mass will be preceded by a mile-long rosary procession with the statue of Our Lady, and her crowning upon arrival at St. Rose Church.

Procession starts from:

St. Martin of Tours
953 S. 9th Ave
Kankakee, IL

Procession begins at 6 PM (Bring flowers and a votive candle for Our Lady)

Intentions:

Public reparation for sin
To mitigate the punishments due sinful humanity
For our hierarchy and all consecrated souls
For the intentions of all participants
Thanksgiving for Summorum Pontificum

Contact information: doctorvici[at]hotmail.com

If there is a huge attendance at the Mass, then there is a chance that this diocese will have a regularly celebrated TLM again. Please attend if you can. If you are unable to do so, please pass this information on to anyone you think would be interested.

1 comments:

del_button August 22, 2007 at 11:04 PM
Doc Angelo said...

This is great news.
The current bishop of Joliet was at best lukewarm about the spread of the 1962 Mass when he was in Arkansas. The Masses already established under his predecessor he allowed to continue, and his relations with the priests of the Fraternity of St Peter were always cordial, but he consistently refused to allow any new Masses when petitioned.
We must not forget to pray for him, and thank him personally.

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