Feast of the Holy Cross (September 14)

As you may know, September 14, 2017 is the Feast of the Holy Cross and the 10th anniversary of Pope Benedict’s Moto Proprio, Summorum Pontificum, which provided greater access to the Latin Mass.

We have 2 Traditional Latin Masses in North Carolina for the Feast of the Holy Cross – one in Charlotte, the other in Raleigh. We will keep you updated on additional ones.

  1. St. Ann Catholic Church, Charlotte – 7pm.  Fr. Reid will be offering a High Mass for this feast day.  Additionally, St. Ann parish will offer exposition of a relic of the True Cross for veneration all day. They will need scheduled adorers to venerate teh Cross each hour – we’ll keep you updated on sign up lists.
  2. Holy Name Cathedral, Raleigh – 7pm: We have a new sister organization in Raleigh, the Tridentine Mass Society of Raleigh and they are hitting the ground running. On Thursday September 14th 7pm, they are sponsoring a Solemn High Mass at the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh. Please see the attached flyer for details.

 

Special presentation after this Sunday’s Latin Mass (August 20th)

We have an important event to share with you this Sunday, August 20th.

12:30pm Latin Mass & presentation offered by Fr. Zachary Akers, FSSP

This Sunday August 20th, we are privileged to have a visiting priest, Fr. Zachary Akers, FSSP, offer the 12:30pm Latin Mass at St. Ann (thanks to Fr. Reid’s generosity & hospitality); followed by a potluck presentation in the Allen Center from 2:15-3pm.  We hope you can join us and help with our potluck.

Fr. Akers is a member of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP – https://fssp.com/), a society of priests who offer the Traditional Latin Mass exclusively.  Immediately after Mass, Fr. Akers will give a talk in the Allen Center about the FSSP and its lay component, the Confraternity of St. Peter (http://www.confraternityofstpeter.org/)

The FSSP operates a seminaries in Nebraska and Germany, and staffs many Latin Mass parishes worldwide.  For those new to the Latin Mass, the FSSP was established by St. John Paul II in 1988 for priests with an exclusive devotion for the Latin Mass and traditional priestly life. We think you’ll enjoy Fr. Aker’s presentation.

Lastly, if you’d like a sneak preview of Fr. Akers, here is an interview he gave recently on Vatican Radio: https://fssp.com/father-zachary-akers-interviewed-vatican-radio/

For more information please reach us via our contact page.

Updated Feast of the Assumption Mass times

Laudetur Iesus Christus!  We are pleased to share news of additional Latin Mass times for the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, offered in the Charlotte area.  Previously we had announced the 7am Mass at St. Ann, however we have since learned of additional Mass times.

  1. St. Ann Catholic Church in Charlotte:  7:00am, Low Mass
  2. St. Michael the Archangel in Gastonia:  7:00am Low Mass
  3. St. Michael the Archangel in Gastonia:  6:00pm High Mass
  4. Prince of Peace in Taylors SC:  12:00 noon Low Mass

REMINDER:  The Feast of the Assumption is a Holy Day of Obligation this year.

Feast of the Assumption update

Laudetur Iesus Christus! We have two events we wanted to share with you occurring over the next few weeks.

1.  Feast of the Assumption Tuesday August 15: St. Ann parish will offer a Low Mass, at 7am. Currently that is the only Latin Mass we are aware of that day.

2. Feast of the Holy Cross, Raleigh – September 14: We have a new sister organization in Raleigh, the Tridentine Mass Society of Raleigh and they are hitting the ground running. On Thursday September 14th 7pm, they are sponsoring a Solemn High Mass at the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh. Please see the attached flyer for details.

We will also keep you posted on any Latin Masses closer to Charlotte for that day (if any). As many recall, that will be the 10th anniversary of the implementation of Pope Benedict’s Moto Proprio, Summorum Pontificum, which provided greater access for the Traditional Latin Mass.