Low Sunday update

Christus Resurréxit and Happy Easter Octave greetings. Tomorrow, Sunday April 19 is Low Sunday, otherwise known as Easter Octave or Quasimodo Sunday (taken from the Introit, 1 Peter 2:2).  To learn more about the customs and importance of this day, please see Fisheaters.com: https://www.fisheaters.com/customseastertide4.html

Latin Mass Updates

St. Ann will live-stream Sunday’s 12:30pm Traditional Latin Mass: St. Ann will again live stream the 12:30pm Latin Mass this Sunday. www.facebook.com/StAnnCharlotte (You don’t need an account to view)

Easter Triduum wrap-up: We want to express our gratitude and thanks to Frs. Reid, Kauth, and Buettner for offering the ancient Latin Triduum this year at St. Ann.  We hope some of you who were unfamiliar with the Pre-1955 rituals were able to see how beautiful these ancient liturgies are.  We also want to thank the seminarians who helped in countless ways from behind the scenes as well as the parish staff. It was a lot of hard work to learn and offer these complex liturgies. We can only imagine the graces being poured out on St. Ann and the Diocese for having this Triduum offered – that was more important than us being present.  If you didn’t view the Triduum, you can still catch the liturgies at the parish Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/StAnnCharlotte

Supporting St. Ann: Also don’t forget to tithe to the parish during this time so it can continue its operations and minister to its parishioners & community: https://www.stanncharlotte.org/home/giving/

COVID-19 Latin Mass Resource page: As a reminder the CLMC has many different spiritual resources on our website to utilize when public Masses and Sunday obligations are curtailed, including how to make a spiritual communion.  To review please visit: https://charlottelatinmass.org/covid-19-latin-mass/


Other Latin Mass News

Lastly, in your charity, please pray for the soul of seminarian & St. Ann parishioner Michael Kitson who passed away several years ago on Low Sunday/Divine Mercy Sunday. St. Ann parish erected a Divine Mercy statue in the front of the parish to commemorate his passing.