Mid October update

Laudetur Iesus Christus! We have just a few reminders coming up this coming week:

Blessed Karl of Austria shrine to be installed in South Carolina – Sunday October 20: Prince of Peace parish in Taylors, SC (2 hours southwest of Charlotte) will be installing a votive shrine to Bl. Karl on Sunday October 20 at the Novus Ordo Mass (10am). Conveniently, the parish offers a Traditional Latin Mass at 12 noon that you can also attend if you choose.  On Monday October 21 (Bl. Karl’s feast day in the Church), Prince of Peace parish will offer a 12 noon Traditional Latin Mass. One can venerate a 1st class relic of Bl. Karl after Mass any of these Masses. We share this as many CLMC readers have a devotion to Blessed Karl. Learn more about Bl. Karl here: http://www.emperorcharles.org/

Feast of Christ the King & 4th annual Eucharistic Procession – Sunday October 27, 12:30pm St. Ann: Just a reminder about the Feast of Christ the King coming up the last Sunday in October. It’s an important feast day that celebrates the Kingship of Christ and the traditional doctrine that accompanies his reign (The Social Kingship of Christ). We will have a Eucharistic Procession after the 12:30pm Latin Mass. Please bring any images, statues, flags, of royal saints who through their virtue and office honored Christ the King. See list of royal saints for more information: https://charlottelatinmass.org/2019/10/10/feast-of-christ-the-king-october-27-2019/

All Saints & All Souls Day schedule:

All Saints Friday November 1st (Holy Day of Obligation/1st Friday) 7AM Low Mass St. Ann  (the 12:30pm St. Mark Latin Mass is cancelled for this day). No other Latin Masses have been announced in Charlotte.

All Souls Day Saturday November 2nd (1st Saturday) 10AM High Mass St. Thomas Aquinas,  12 noon Solemn High Mass, St. Ann

Annual All Souls prayers at Belmont Abbey Cemetery – Sunday November 3rd, 3pm: The month of November is dedicated to All Holy Souls. Please join us on Sunday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. at Belmont Abbey Cemetery where we will pray for the dead. Fr. Timothy Reid will be leading us in our prayers, and prayer sheets to follow along will be provided.  If you join us, we encourage you to bring “soul cakes” (doughnuts, sweet treats), coffee, or hot chocolate. Thank you! (We organizers will bring trash bags, baby wipes, paper napkins, water bottles, and a folding table.) https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F044FA5AE23A20-praying2  Sponsored by the St. Ann Homeschoolers and CLMC.

Weekend reading:

Bishop Schneider’s new book Christus Vincit: Christ’s Triumph over the Darkness of the Age. It’s really a tour-de-force. As many of us have personally encountered, His Excellency helps to clear up the confusion in our age. To learn more please read Rorate’s review https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2019/10/christus-vincit-bishop-schneiders.html or watch the Remnant’s video on it (click here):