Archive for the ‘Latin Mass’ Category


Source:  https://onepeterfive.com/the-gnosticism-affecting-traditionalism/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=socialnetwork

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Latin Mass

Approximately 150 people celebrated Fort Hood’s first high traditional Latin Mass on Monday at Old Post Chapel, marking the first time that the ancient Latin rite was offered on any U.S. Army installation in 45 years.

Source: Fort Hood offers High Latin Mass for first time in 45 years

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Quoted from above video:

“Five years after Pope Benedict liberalized the celebration of the traditional Latin Mass, now known as the extraordinary form, U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke reflects on its significance for the universal church.”

I say this unashamedly that Cardinal Raymond L. Burke is one of my hero’s in the Catholic Church today.  Only in the sense that he is my hero in Christ.

May he be blessed and follow the Lord to Calvary as was intended.

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The above is:  Catholic priest, Rev. Sean P. O’Brien, traces the history of the Mass from the Last Supper until today Part 1.

Part 2 is:  Father Sean P. O’Brien discusses changes in the Mass and answers questions.

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The above video is from Life on The Rock on EWTN.  It discusses the Traditional Latin Mass and the Society of St. Peter.

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