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Saturday, November 23, 2013
Video: New SSPX Church in Phoenix
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In this video, see a glimpse of the Romanesque style Catholic Church that contains elements of Southern Mission style architecture to blend in with its Southern environment.

Seating 750 faithful, with 12,000 square feet on the main and 9,000 square feet filling the basement and crypt, Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church on Baseline Road in Southern Phoenix will be a landmark for centuries to come. Built for the traditional Latin Liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church, this goliath of a Church will the House of God for this generation, and their children's children, sacred place for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, sacraments.

I was at Our Lady of Sorrows in early 2012 when the project was just in its infancy.  The cornerstone was just recently blessed. I'm so glad to see this progress.  Please pray for this project and consider making a donation.

2 comments:

del_button November 23, 2013 at 5:33 PM
Anonymous said...

Thank God for the SSPX!

“Ecumenism is not the Church’s mission. The Church is not ecumenical, she is missionary. The goal of the missionary Church is to convert. The goal of the ecumenical Church is to find what is true in errors and to remain at this level. It is to deny the truth of the Church. (Apr 14, 1978)”
— Archbishop Lefebvre

"The enemies of the Church, who think that their time has come, will see that their joy was premature, and that they may close the grave they have dug" ( Pope Pius XI....Mit Brennender Sorge, 19 [1937]).

Instaurare Omnia in Christo!
'Dum Spiramus Tuebimur"......'While We Breathe We Shall Defend'!

Omnia Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam!


Please say, three 'Eternal Rest'..... – for the late Archbishop Lefebvre, a very 'worthy' son of God.

In Christo et Maria,
Halina



del_button November 26, 2013 at 11:26 PM
Anonymous said...

Very exciting. Thank God for the SSPX!

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