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Celebrate 25th anniversary of the FSSP October 17, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Dallas Diocese, Eucharist, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Latin Mass, Liturgy, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.

Unless you are tightly associated with the SSPX, in which case, you might not!  But I will.  There may be indulgences attached for assisting at Mass tomorrow at an FSSP parish.  Tomorrow, Oct. 18 2013 marks the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, an event which has helped bring the TLM and traditional Catholicism to many souls.  Rorate Caeli has details on the Roman celebrations:

tomorrow, October 18, 2013, Feast of St. Luke, is the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP). The main celebration will be in Rome, in the personal parish under their care, Trinità dei Pellegrini – early in the morning for those in the Americas

LiveMass will be broadcasting that Holy Mass LIVE from Rome, on LiveMass.net and the iMass apps.
The Solemn Mass celebrated by Fr. Berg will be broadcast LIVE on October 18, 2013, at 11:30 AM Rome Time, which will be 5:30 AM Eastern US Time, and 7:30 PM Eastern Australian Time.
Later that day we will broadcast Vespers and Benediction from Rome at 4:30 PM Rome Time, 10:30 AM Eastern US Time, and 12:30 AM (Oct 19) Eastern Australian Time.
If you don’t have the opportunity to assist at the traditional Mass often, this would be a very fine time to check it out in all its glory!  Times not so good for most readers, but I do have some European folks who drop by.
Now, about that long promised bishop……….


1. phlogiston1667 - October 18, 2013

“…that long promised bishop…” Please don’t hold your breath waiting for that with the current bunch in Rome. The FSSP will be very fortunate if the “progressives” don’t turn their sights on the FSSP once they are done suppressing the Franciscans of the Immaculate. And make no mistake, that’s what’s happening to the FFI. Not explicitly, by papal decree, but by a death by a thousand cuts.

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