FSSP TLM training in USA during the summer

FSSP announces summer training programs
in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite
including dedicated program for Sung/Solemn Mass

DENTON, Nebraska – April 14, 2008 – The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, in collaboration with
Una Voce International, is pleased to announce two additional summer training programs in the
Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, including a comprehensive training course on Sung and
Solemn Mass.  

Two weeklong training courses will be offered in June 2008. The first on the ceremony of Low
Mass from Monday June 16 through Friday June 20; and the second on the ceremonies of
Sung and Solemn Mass from Monday June 23 through Friday June 27.

Each workshop comprises five days of classroom sessions, a comprehensive demonstration and
explanation of the rubrics, practical hands-on instruction, and includes a full set of training
materials. Both workshops will be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton,
Nebraska.

Priests may attend just the Low Mass workshop for $300.00, or just the Sung Mass workshop for
$250.00, or attend both for $500.00. These costs cover all meals, room and board at the
seminary, classroom seminars, individual instruction, and a complete packet of training
materials. Una Voce provides funding for those needing financial assistance. Contact Una Voce
America, c/o Mr. Jason King, PO Box 1146, Bellevue, WA. 98009-1146.

Please visit www.fssptraining.org for more information and to download a Workshop
Registration form. Note that spaces are limited and will be allocated on a "first come, first serve"
basis.

Contact:
Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary
7880 West Denton Road
Denton, NE 68339 U.S.A.
(402) 797-7700
seminary@fsspolgs.org

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4 Responses to FSSP TLM training in USA during the summer

  1. Are these trainings well attended? I’ve considered inviting the associate pastor in my neighborhood parish to attend– and offering to pay a portion of it for him. Would this be uncooth or out of place? I don’t want to step on any toes or be too pushy.

  2. Jason King says:

    Fr. Z,
    The second line should read “Una Voce America” rather than the reference to “International.” UVA is proud to be a partner with the FSSP and associated with this wonderfully beneficial program. Since seminaries generally have not been teaching the rubrics for the Extraordinary form of the Roman rite, here is the way for diocesan priests to learn.

    WhollyRomin’Catholic,
    By all means invite your associate pastor and other priests to participate in this training. That’s what it is for! Also, these programs are almost always full and oversubscribed. So the answer is, “Yes, they are well attended.”

  3. Jason King says:

    Complete information, including how to register for this priest training program may be found here:

    http://www.fssptraining.org/index.html

  4. Father Bartoloma says:

    I attended one of these workshops at the FSSP in Nebraska and I can’t compliment them enough. It was outstanding and anyone who has either no experience or is self-taught and has some kind of a foundation in understanding the Extraordinary Form can benefit from their program.