I got a nice note from a reader:
This evening I had the honor of attending the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite at Seton Hall University celebrated by Father Grimm. I took about 150 pictures of the event, which I have uploaded to a Photobucket album, the link I will post below. I thought this would be much easier than attaching all those files to an email, but if another method is better for you let me know and I’ll get you the files some other way. I give you full permission to use these pictures on the WDTPRS. I am far from a professional photographer and many of the pictures from my 5mp Sony point and shoot came out blurry, though I am surprised how many came out pretty well. Also feel free to edit the pictures in anyway necessary to improve their appearance.
In attendance were over 50 students, a great many of them seminarians. In his homily Father Grimm stressed the importance of Catholic traditions, stating that the Extraordinary Form is the same Mass of countless saints including Padre Pio and Elizabeth Ann Seton. After Mass students whom never experienced the Extraordinary Form were greatly impressed by the beauty and reverence of the Mass, remarking that they would like to see the Extraordinary Form celebrated on campus more often.
I thank you for your support in helping to publicize and promote the Extraordinary Form at Seton Hall.
Here is a sample.