Brooklyn: Solemn TLM – Friday, 21 November

From a reader:

In accord with the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, a traditional Solemn Mass will take place in Brooklyn (NY) at St. Cecilia’s Church on Friday, November 21st, 2008 at 7:30PM.

This will be the first traditional (Solemn) Mass there in 40-something years and the 120 year old High Altar will be used.

Celebrant: Fr. James Miara
Deacon: Fr. Michael Barone
Subdeacon: Fr. Dempsey Acosta
 
Organist and choir director: Mr. David Smith
 
For more information on how to get there, visit: http://traditionalcatholicism83.blogspot.com/2008/11/traditional-solemn-mass-brooklyn-ny.html

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3 Responses to Brooklyn: Solemn TLM – Friday, 21 November

  1. Mitch says:

    This is a can do for me as I am not far….Happy to see it in Brooklyn, now a little more north, to Queens…..

  2. George Festa says:

    Kudos to those brave priests who did not give in to the “reckovation” fad following the Second Vatican Council. Those old High Altars are really beautiful, and we’re belssed to have one nearby at Our Lady of Czestochowa out here in Western, MA.

    Here are some links:

    altar

    altar Benediction

    They have a TLM about once per month and actually remove the Nouvus Ordo altar of sacrifice,
    With the exception of the missing altar rail (They use a prie-dieux)we’re able to experience the TLM as close to historically accurate as possible.

    GF

  3. Lourdes says:

    Mitch,

    There is a monthly TLM at the chapel of St. Johns Cemetery in Queens every Sunday at 9 a.m.. Also, last week, on Veterans Day, our pastor celebrated the TLM at St. Matthias parish in Ridgewood, Queens. Our Church has not been “wreckovated” and we still have altar rails, etc. As Father Z says, “brick by brick!”