Thursday, October 29, 2009
Feast of Christ the King 2009: Louisville, KY

A beautiful video of the Traditional Latin Mass from St. Martin of Tours Church, Louisville, KY on the Feast of Christ the King, October 25, 2009. Archbishop Jospeh Kurtz attended in choir and preached, making a pastoral visit to the Louisville Latin Mass Community.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Archbishop Raymond Burke Celebrates First Traditional Latin Mass in St. Peter's Basilica

In the holy city of Rome on October 18, 2009, a Solemn Pontifical High Mass was sung in the Gregorian Rite by the Most Rev. Raymond Burke in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament in the Vatican Basilica. What a sign for the Faithful with the Tridentine Mass celebrated in the Vatican itself!

Sunday, October 4, 2009
Tridentine Latin Mass Sponsored by the Thomas More Society of Boston College

The below images were from a Tridentine Latin Mass sponsored by the Thomas More Society of Boston College, celebrated in St Mary's Chapel by Fr Agustin Anda, assisted by Fr. Gary Gurtler, S.J.. Chant choir Schola Amicorum, from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.

This Mass took place on the Feast of St Michael the Archangel in September 2009. The acolytes are Philip Micele and Michael Williams.

Image Sources: These photos are from the Greater Boston Tridentine from Flickr, used with permission
Thursday, October 1, 2009
First Thursday of the Month: Plenary Indulgence Available

For the faithful, a plenary indulgence can be obtained on the opening and closing days of the Year for Priests, on the 150th anniversary of the death of St. Jean-Marie Vianney, on the first Thursday of the month, or on any other day established by the ordinaries of particular places for the good of the faithful.

To obtain the indulgence the faithful must attend Mass in an oratory or Church and offer prayers to "Jesus Christ, supreme and eternal Priest, for the priests of the Church, or perform any good work to sanctify and mould them to his heart."
The conditions for the faithful for earning a plenary indulgence are to have gone to confession and prayed for the intentions of the Pope.

Source: Zenit

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