Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Traditional Mass in the Chapel of Son Serra de Marina, Mallorca (Spain)

From Renaissance Sacred:
Sunday, August 30th, in the chapel of Son Serra de Marina, Mallorca (Spain) in front of hundreds of faithful service and assisted by two acolytes, a young diocesan priest, Father Jaime Mercant Simó, celebrated the first mass in the extraordinary form that had ever celebrated in Mallorca since the conciliar reform. Supported the function a choir of ten singers, who together with the devotion of the participants reported again the majestic forms of the venerable Roman liturgy in this beautiful Spanish town.

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