In Epiphania Domini ~ I. classis

In Epiphania Domini ~ I. classis

Friday, January 6, 2016, at 6:30am, we will be celebrating the Mass of Epiphany in the Extraordinary Form. Fr. Allen will be the celebrant.

Following will be Confessions, the Ordinary Form Mass at 8AM, Confessions from 8:30 until they end,then all day Adoration, which will culminate with Confessions from 6m-7pm, and Benediction at 7PM.

Rorate Mass and Advent Social

Rorate Mass and Advent Social

On Saturday, December 10 at 6AM we will celebrate a Rorate Mass, in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and in the keeping of the mind of the Advent of our Lord.

6AM, Saturday, December 10, 2016. The Mass is in the Extraordinary Form, the Latin Mass.

We pray that we may pray with you in this beautiful event.

Later Saturday Evening we will host our Advent/Christmas social, in St.Jane Hall at 7:00pm. Hope to see you there, also!

Dominica I Adventus

Dominica I Adventus

Monsignor Arthur Calkins will be celebrating the Mass on Sunday, 11/27 – the First Sunday of Advent.

Please join us for the Venerable Rite of the Holy Mass.

Dominica XXIV et ultima Post Pentecosten

Dominica XXIV et ultima Post Pentecosten

This Sunday is the Last Sunday in the Liturgical Year; Fr. Allen will be the celebrant.

Monsignor Calkins will return for the 1st Sunday of Advent.

The Knights of the Altar, training to serve the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, will meet this Wednesday (Nov. 16,) at 7PM.

“O Lord, we beseech You, arouse the wills of Your faithful people that, by a more earnest search for the fruit of Your divine work, they may receive more abundantly of the healing effects of Your goodness.” Collect from the Mass

Sancta Missa ~ Dominica VI Post Epiphaniam

Sancta Missa ~ Dominica VI Post Epiphaniam

Fr. Allen will be celebrating the Mass this Sunday, November 13 at Noon.

Our Knights of the Altar Server’s training is continuing on Wednesdays at 7PM in the Church.

Thank you for your continued kind support and generosity.

“Grant us, we beseech You, almighty God, ever to think of spiritual things and in every word and work always to do what is well pleasing in Your sight.” (from the Collect of the day.)