No 7am Latin Mass this Friday at St. Ann (Jan. 18)

Laudetur Iesus Christus! Just a heads up that due to the March for Life in Washington DC, the 7am Friday Latin Mass this Friday January 18 at St. Ann is canceled.

As routine, there will still be a 12:30 PM Low Mass at St. Mark parish in Huntersville on Friday.

Please consider offering your rosary intentions that day (or next Tuesday – the actual anniversary) for the end of the terrible scourge of abortion.

Epiphanytide update

Laudetur Iesus Christus! We have a couple updates to share:

No 7am Friday Latin Mass at St. Ann tomorrow (January 11). With Fr. Reid being away, there won’t be a Latin Mass tomorrow morning at 7am. If you’re looking for a Friday Latin Mass, St. Mark in Huntersville offers one at 12:30 PM.

Two Solemn High Masses this Sunday January 13 in Tryon: To celebrate the feast of the Holy Family in the traditional calendar, St. John the Baptist in Tryon, NC (2 hours west of Charlotte) will be offering not one, but TWO, Solemn High Latin Masses on Sunday (for real!). The Masses are at 11AM and 12:30 PM and will feature the Carolina Catholic Chorale with an orchestral High Mass in Mozart’s Mass in D. St. John the Baptist’s website is: http://www.stjohntryon.com

7th annual Nellie Gray Latin Mass at the DC March for Life – Friday January 18: For those traveling to the DC March for Life next week, the Paulus Institute will be organizing their annual Traditional Latin Mass at 4:30 PM at St. Mary Mother of God parish in DC, to commemorate the March for Life founder, Nellie Gray(+). Details are here:

http://thepaulusinstitute.org/News/2019%20Nellie%20Gray%20Announcement.pdf

Epiphany update

Laudetur Iesus Christus and Happy New Year!  Here are some updates for this week:

Vigil of Epiphany Mass (Saturday – January 5)

As custom, Fr. Barone will generously offer a special Solemn High Mass for Vigil of Epiphany, Saturday January 5 at 5:30 PM, with blessing of Epiphany water beforehand. Please see details below:

5:00 PM* – blessing of Epiphany Holy Water, chalk and salt (please bring any water, chalk and salt to the chapel no later than 4:45 PM). *The blessing will begin at 5pm prompt. Large containers of water are fine to bring.

5:30 PM – Solemn High Mass

Location: Charlotte Catholic High School chapel, 7702 Pineville-Matthews Road, Charlotte, NC 28226

FYI – Epiphany Water is a powerful sacramental and the blessing prayer contains an exorcism and the litany of the saints.  Epiphany chalk is a tradition where the head of household can mark the mantle of the door as part of the Epiphany home blessing. For more information please visit: https://www.fisheaters.com/customschristmas8.html

Feast of the Epiphany – Sunday January 6

  • 12:30 PM High Mass – St. Ann parish (Epiphany celebration to follow in plaza)
  • 4pm High Mass – Sacred Heart parish, Salisbury (Reception/lecture with Father in Brincefield Hall after). Confessions 20 minutes prior.

Reminder: Mass cancellations for this week

  • Tonight Wednesday January 2nd: 6pm Latin Mass at St. Ann is cancelled (along with preceding Holy Hour)
  • Friday January 4th: 7am Latin Mass at St. Ann is cancelled

All other regular Latin Masses at other parishes are still scheduled as far as we know. Other updates will be posted online at: https://charlottelatinmass.org/mass-times/