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Lovely video on new FSSP apostolate in Minneapolis November 7, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, Christendom, episcopate, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Latin Mass, priests, sanctity, Society, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.
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My man Fr. Bauknecht is in there a little bit.  God bless him!

Via The Remnant, a video of Fr. John Berg, Superior General of the FSSP, and others offering a Solemn High Mass in the new FSSP mission parish of All Saints in Minneapolis. Enjoy!

I have heard a rumor that a certain Diocese in Texas (not Dallas or Ft. Worth) is going to request the FSSP to expand there as soon as possible. I believe there is currently a “waiting list” of many dioceses seeking an FSSP mission, but I pray this request is answered soon. Such an apostolate is desperately needed in this particular Diocese, where the faithful have undergone many trials associated with the Traditional Latin Mass.

But Deo Gratias for this new mission in Minneapolis!  And of course it’s easy to follow along at the Traditional Latin Mass, people have been doing so for centuries!  The whole language issue is a chimera!  In fact, there are powerful arguments against the use of the vernacular in the Liturgy, but I’ll forego those for now.

Dominus vobiscum!

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1. RC - November 7, 2013

Diocese of San Antion, El Paso? They need it.

BTW, have you heard of the meeting btwn Pope Francis and Putin later this month?

2. Baseballmom - November 7, 2013

Wow, I did not know Fr. Berg was now SG of the FSSP. I recall when he was a most beloved priest in Sacramento…

3. Catholic4Life - November 7, 2013

Reblogged this on Catholic4Life.

4. John - November 8, 2013

I would LOVE to see FSSP come to Austin. I have no idea how to do it though. There is a large Traditional community down here and this “People’s Republic of Texas” could use it!


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