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The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter is Coming to Seattle!
A new parish will be formed, with permission from Archbishop Brunett
On September 28, 2008 Archbishop Alex J. Brunett announced his invitation to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter to form a personal quasi parish in the archdiocese of Seattle. The new parish will be named "the North American Martyrs." Fr. Gerard Saguto FSSP has been named priest administrator.
Fr. Saguto FSSP arrives in Seattle the week of October 1st and will begin offering Mass at St. Joseph Chapel (located in the Josephinum) until a more permanent location is found. His first Mass in Seattle will be on Sunday, October 5th and it will be a sung Mass. Sunday Masses will continue to be at 9:30 AM – confessions begin 45 minutes prior. Daily Mass will be at 7:00 AM – confessions 20 minutes prior, except for Tuesdays. On Tuesdays, during the next month and a half (through November 11th), Fr. Saguto will offer Mass at Holy Family Parish, 9622 – 20th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106 at 7:30 PM.
The establishment of a personal parish has been our (Una Voce of Western Washington) organization’s prayerful goal for over twenty years and we offer our sincere thanks to Archbishop Brunett for his granting of permission to invite the FSSP into the archdiocese. We are also thankful for the support, leadership and generosity of FSSP Superior General Fr. John Berg, and the FSSP North American District Superior Fr. Eric Flood for bringing this apostolate to our area. We are blessed, and so very grateful.
Brick by brick.
I remind all pastors that, personal parish in the diocese notwithstanding, you all have the right to implement Summorum Pontificum in your parishes without special permissions.
Let no one forget this.
Now that Summorum Pontificum is a year old, we are seeing that the provisions of Ecclesia Dei adflicta are being implemented.