My post on Canon Turner's 1st Mass got a lot of attention considering it wasn't instalanched and I wanted to make a point that might have been unclear. I have been to the Latin mass before just not a high mass of the type that was on display. Personally I think it would be healthy … Continue reading Under the Fedora Latin and English, Biden & History, NYT vs Alex Stephens, LGBTQ vs Legal Documents, Dick’s Vs Guns
A local cultural observation, just to break up the campaign coverage for a minute... The Latin Mass can pack a room, and it ain't all about nostalgia. (Or, as friend used to spell it, "naustalgia," which I always took to mean the past making you sick.) One of the old ethnic churches in my New … Continue reading Sunday Best
I urge you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree in what you say, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and in the same purpose. For it has been reported to me about you, my brothers, by … Continue reading The Modern Mass & the Tridentine Mass More Alike than not
...and it was interesting. When we entered the church I had expected more people since it is the only mass of it's type in the area but attendance seemed sparse, lower than what I would expect at the regular 8 a.m. mass at my own church. (then again Immaculate Conception is a weaker and smaller … Continue reading Well I’ve attended my first Latin Mass…
Just across the river and the bridge that spans from where I live is Water Street. It's was once the Italian section of town known as "The Patch". It is also the place where there are three Catholic Churches all within 600 yards of each other. The First is Immaculate Conception parish located right on … Continue reading The Latin Mass just a few blocks away, who knew?