Epiphany Recap

Thanks to everyone for attending our Epiphany related events over the past two days, and especially want to thank Fr. Reid for making the extra time for these important celebrations.  If you haven’t done so already, please offer a few Hail Mary’s for Father in thanksgiving.  Speaking of Epiphany Holy Water, Sensus Fidelium has provided a recap of Epiphany Holy Water blessings including blessings from other parishes in the U.S.: https://sensusfidelium.us/blessing-of-epiphany-water/

Below are events this week:

 

Friday January 10, 10pm Eastern – Confraternity of St. Peter online talk & meditation: As mentioned last week, Fr. Kenneth Fryar FSSP, chaplain of the Confraternity of St. Peter continues his monthly meditation series on the Holy Mass online starting Friday evening at 10pm Eastern. It will begin with Latin Mass, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a Rosary, and a Meditation on the Holy Mass. The Confraternity is the lay apostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP), a society of Latin Mass priests (learn more: https://www.fssp.org/en/help-us/confraternity-of-saint-peter/). The meditation series is also open to Non-Confraternity members. To watch the event (from Los Angeles), please visit the FSSP’s LiveMass webpage: http://www.livemass.net/

To see Part I of the meditation from last week visit: https://vimeo.com/383432605

Saturday January 11 –Juventutem Rosary vigil: Juventutem, the new young adults group centered around the Traditional Latin Mass will commemorate the tragic Roe vs. Wade abortion anniversary with a Rosary Vigil from 9-10am on Saturday January 11 at the Planned Parenthood (700 S. Torrence, Charlotte). Afterwards they will grab coffee and donuts nearby. Young adults 18-35 are welcome to attend (newcomers welcome).  To join or to learn more info visit: www.facebook.com/JuventutemCLT or contact Angela Kessler at JuventutemCLT(at)gmail.com

Sign up to receive The Liturgical Year excerpts daily: Lastly, a reader shared with us that the FSSP Latin Mass parish in Atlanta has started a wonderful service where it e-mails out excerpts from Dom Prosper Gueranger’s masterpiece, The Liturgical Year. If you’re unfamiliar, this 15 volume set was written by the great French Benedictine liturgist in the 1800s and has a beautiful reflection for each feast day in the Traditional Latin Mass calendar including history, customs, as well as hymns and prayers.  It’s a great way to learn about the traditions and history of our faith and the Latin Mass. To sign up visit this website and select The Liturgical Year: https://fsspatl.com/email-subscription

 

On  a related note, Sensus Fidelium has the Liturgical Year transcribed and viewable by month/day: https://sensusfidelium.us/the-liturgical-year-dom-prosper-gueranger/

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