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Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Summorum Pontificum: 2 Years Later

In light of the coming second year anniversary of the issuance of Summorum Pontificum - which was issued on July 7, 2007 - A Catholic Life wishes to celebrate this festival occurrence.

Do you know of a Latin Mass that has started in large part because of Summorum Pontificum? Do you have photographers and/or videos of a Mass and know the location at which the Mass is regularly offered?

If so, send me your name, the location of the Mass, the typical Mass times, and the photo and/or video [Notice: sending me these implies that you are the copyright holder and you release permission for A Catholic Life to use these photos and/or videos on the website]. Send all of these in an email with the necessary documents attached. You can find my email address via my blogger profile, located in the upper right corner of the sidebar. Entitle the email to me the following way: "Latin Mass Project 2009".

All of these will be compiled into one post made available on July 7, 2009, as we celebrate 2 years of Summorum Pontificum.

Please pass this message around so that as many people as possible have the opportunity to reply.

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del_button May 19, 2009 at 11:59 PM
Matthew A said...

Hey Matthew!

I'm not sure if you remember me but my blog is Christthecenterofyourlife and my name is Matthew as well. How is everything? Have you decided to become a parish priest or join an order? I hope all is well with your journey! I am actually in the orientation stages of becoming a Secular Franciscan. I have a long way to go but its a start! Well I hope all is well, God Bless you! Matt

del_button May 21, 2009 at 3:07 PM
Mark said...

Sadly I know of no new Masses here in Scotland, save for occasional Masses where Priests themselves have wanted to celebrate the Extraordinary Form from time to time.

You might want to dig around on the Internet for FIUV's Report to Rome, which clarifies the situation on a country-by-country basis.

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