Chicago Parish Going Ad Orientem for Advent

www.newliturgicalmovement.org | 12/7/2017 | Staff
St Hyacinth Parish in Detroit will have an EF Missa cantata for the first Sunday of Advent, celebrated by a newly ordained Jesuit priest, Fr Stephen Wolfe. The Mass will start at 1:30 pm; the church is located at 3151 Farnsworth St. ...

St Stanislaus Kostka Parish in Chicago, under the care of the Congregation of the Resurrection, is returning to the historical custom of the Church and facing East for the Advent and Christmas season. The pastor, Fr Anthony Bus C.R., posted this very nice explanation for the change on the parish’s Facebook page, which we reproduce here with permis...

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On October 29, Old St Patrick’s Oratory in Kansas City, Missouri, an apostolate of the Institute of Christ the King, welcomed Bishop Athanasius Schneider for the celebration of a baptism in the traditional Pontifical Rite. I am told that this was a first not only for the church, but also for His Excellency and the ICK clerics at this church. Once ...

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The church of the Holy Name of Jesus in Brooklyn, New York, located at 245 Prospect Park West, will have a Solemn Mass in EF starting at 5:00. There will also be confessions heard from 4:15 until the start of Mass. Readers may remember Holy Name as the subject of a beautifully done de-wreckovation almost four years ago. ...

Early risers in the East Bay area of Rhode Island...
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