Dear friends of the Charlotte Latin Mass Community (CLMC),
Laudetur Iesus Christus! This Sunday October 3 is first Sunday and Sacred Heart parish in Salisbury will offer its first Sunday Latin Mass at 3pm. The Mass (Low) will be offered by Fr. Carter and afterwards a social will occur in Brincefield Hall (please bring a snack or desert to share). For more information please contact the Salisbury Latin Mass Community at: www.salisburylmc.org
First Saturday Masses (feast of the Guardian Angels)
- St. Thomas Aquinas 10am (High) and a blessing of religious objects after Mass. Please place items on table in the narthex prior to Mass. Also note: Confessions will not be heard next week at St. Thomas due to the priests retreat.
- St. Margaret Mary in Swannanoa, 9am (Low): Fr. Becker will offer a 9am Low Mass to kick off the diocese’s Respect Life conference
Life Chain Sunday October 3rd, 2-3pm
This Sunday after St. Ann 12:30pm Latin Mass, there will be the annual Life Chain along Park Road from 2-3pm.
Traditions of St. Michael the Archangel
Lastly, this past Wednesday was Michaelmas, the feast of the dedication of the basilica of St. Michael the Archangel outside Rome. In the Traditional Rite, the Masses honoring the archangels are spread out on separate days, St. Gabriel (March 24, the eve of the Annunciation), St. Michael on September 29, and St. Raphael on October 24. Dr. Mike Foley has more background and customs on this week’s important feast day: https://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2021/09/michaelmas-day-and-its-customs.html
In another NLM post, you can also see the other church, a shrine, dedicated to St. Michael where he appeared in a cave during the 5th century: https://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2020/05/the-shrine-of-st-michael-archangel-on.html