NEW TLM ANNOUNCMENTS

Every day I get notes from people asking me to be their college campus telephone poll, and advertise their TLM celebrations.

I am usually happy to do so, of course, especially for new TLMs placed on parish schedules.

But I am so overwhelmed with e-mail, I can’t possibly respond to everything.

So… use this entry to post announcements of TLMs for the near future.

Include the necessary who what when where how people need.  Post a parish site link if possible.

These Masses must be at approved churches/chapels in clear union with the Catholic Church.

This isn’t intended to be a discussion thread.

Remember:

NEW TLMs.

NEW TLMs.

NEW TLMs.

Not already scheduled, long-standing TLMs.

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26 Responses to NEW TLM ANNOUNCMENTS

  1. Ken says:

    Saint Bernadette’s in Silver Spring, Md. will have a High Mass on 25 March at 7:30 p.m. for the feast of the Annunication of the BVM.
    http://www.silverspringcatholic.com/

  2. Petrus says:

    Regina Caeli Memphis(TN.) TLM website: http://memphisreginacaeli.blogspot.com/

    - Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church – Sundays 8:30 am, Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:15 am,
    Fridays 3:15 pm 

    - Church of the Nativity – Sundays 9:00 am 

    - Missa Cantata: Laetare Sunday (March 22) 9am at Nativity, Palm Sunday
    (Apr. 5) and Easter Sunday (Apr. 12) at 8:30 am at Blessed Sacrament.
     

  3. Momcilo says:

    There will be a 3 mile Marian procession through the streets of the californian capital, followed by a Solemn High Mass (1962) at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Sacramento California on Saturday, May 9th 2009. The Mass will be celebrated by the priests of St Stephen the First Martyr Parish, which is run by the FSSP.

    I realize its a ways off, but we are keen to publicise early and have a large group for the procession. We have a poster, but I can’t upload it. For more information contant the parish. http://www.sacfssp.com

    Thank sand God Bless

  4. Mystery says:

    Ætérnum Donum gladly announces that there will be a traditional Solemn Mass for the Feast of St. Joseph on Thursday, March 19th, 2009 at 7 PM.

    This Holy Mass will be at St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church (Brooklyn, NYC):

    84 Herbert St
    Brooklyn, NY 11222
    (718) 389-0010.

    http://www.stcecilia-bklyn.org/

  5. PAT says:

    http://tradlatinmass.org/

    The following information is from that site (Note the Good Friday schedule. Last year it was just fabulous and the chapel was packed.):

    (Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite)

    Sundays at 8:00 a.m. (Confessions at 7:30 a.m.)

    Missa Cantata, 2nd and 4th Sundays with Propers chanted by Canticum Novum Schola

    GOOD FRIDAY, April 10th:
    11:30 a.m. Confessions
    12:30 a.m. Stations of the Cross
    1:00 p.m. Solemn Liturgy of Our Lords\’s Passion with Schola

    This Mass is an authorized liturgy of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC.

  6. joebe says:

    St. Odilo in Berwyn, IL, has TLM every day Monday through Friday at 12:00 noon during Lent; also every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. throughout the year.

    http://www.saintodilo.org/

  7. Charivari Rob says:

    The Archdiocese of Boston has just revamped their website (www.rcab.org or BostonCatholic.org)

    The parish directory (under the Parishes, Schools & People) menu has improved parish listings over the old format, with separate lines and headings for each language/form in which Mass is celebrated at a given parish, including “In Latin Extraordinary Form”.

    Unfortunately, I don’t think there’s a search function yet to allow the user to sort by language/form.

    One caveat – The old site used to depend on parishes sending them updates, so some of the information could get horribly out of date. That probably isn’t as much of a problem with listings for Latin Masses, but still… Trust in God, verify anything the website tells you by using the parish website (if available) or telephone.

  8. Rachel says:

    Starting in May, we will be having a usus antiquior Mass at historic St. Joseph’s on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 11:00 am in the diocese of St. Augustine.

  9. We’re still trying to get the word out about the 9 AM Sunday Missa Cantata according to the 1962 Missal at New York City’s Church of Our Saviour (38th and Park). It’s been every Sunday since January (previously it had been only on occasional feast days). We’re looking forward to the Palm Sunday procession and also hoping for a big turn out on Easter Sunday.

    Here’s the Church’s web site:

    http://www.oursaviournyc.org/

  10. Jason says:

    Saint Michael, Annandale, VA: Sundays at 6:15 a.m.

  11. Dominic H says:

    This isn’t brand new, has been going for a few months, so I hope it’s Ok to mention here (it’s not so widely publicised: it’s a place about 35 miles east of London, England, easily reachable by road or rail – in the latter case to Chalkwell station, from where the church is a ten minute walk)

    Our Lady of Lourdes & St Joseph, Leigh Road (on the corner of Cliffsea Grove), Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 1NG : TLM (usually a missa cantata, sometimes a low mass), monthly, usually the 1st sunday of the month at 4pm

    http://www.ourladyoflourdeschurch.co.uk/

  12. Simon Platt says:

    Near Preston, Lancashire, England:

    Every Sunday, 09.00, St Mary Magdalene, Leyland Road, Penwortham.

    Every Saturday, 12.00, St. Catherine Labouré, Stanifield Lane, Farington.

    Less often in other places nearby, including Lancaster Cathedral.

    See http://prestonlatinmass.blogspot.com/

  13. Neil says:

    Still not as widely known as it should be:
    Every Sunday at 11 a.m.
    St. Mary Magdalen, Wandsworth Common (not far from Clapham Junction station and thus convenient for visitors to, and residents of, London).
    One of the very few places where the Trad Mass is celebrated for a normal congregation, and has been successfully integrated into the parish as the main celebration over the past few months.

  14. lmsrep says:

    Sung Mass for the Feast of the Annunciation, Notre Dame chapel, Leeds University chaplaincy, St. Mark’s Avenue, Leeds, England, Wednesday March 25th. at 7.30p.m.
    For the first time in recent history the Sacred Triduum will be celebrated in the traditional Rite in this diocese on Maundy Thursday at 7.30p.m., on Good Friday at 3.00p.m. and on Holy Saturday at 7.30p.m., again all at Notre Dame Chapel, Leeds.

    On Palm Sunday there will be a sung Mass at Broughton Hall, Skipton at 11.45a.m. and Low Mass at 3.00p.m. at St. Joseph’s, Pontefract Road, Castleford.

    Masses on Easter Sunday will be at St.Peter’s, Leeds Road, Bradford, which will be sung at 3.00p.m. and at St. Joseph’s, Castleford also at 3.00p.m.

    If you are unable to attend but know somebody who may be interested and able to attend please pass this on to them. All this positive paschal activity starting with the celebration of the Incarnation is a real first.

    God Bless Pope Benedict!

  15. DominiSumus says:

    St. Francis Xavier Parish in Acushnet, Massachusetts will begin celebrating the EF each Thursday afternoon at 5:30 beginning on March 26th.

    http://www.sfxacushnet.org/

  16. magistradomina says:

    St. Agnes Cathedral in the diocese of Springfield-
    Cape Girardeau has changed the time of the TLM to
    3:00 p.m. on Sundays (the previous time was 7:00 pm).
    Daily Mass T-F at 12:15 pm. Confessions heard
    before every Mass.

  17. “St. Joseph, Spouse of the B.V.M.” Thursday,19th March,2009 MISSA CANTATA Extraordinary Form 1962 Missal 7:00PM

    TLM Eastern CT for St. Joseph’s Day

  18. James the Less says:

    Knights of Columbus Agnus Dei Council 12361 in the Bronx, New York is
    sponsoring a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Rite on the Feast of
    the Annunciation/Incarnation (Wednesday, March 25, 2009) at Our Lady of
    Mount Carmel Church in the Bronx, New York, 627 East 187th Street,
    (718) 295 3770. The Mass is offered for the Sanctity of Life and for
    an end to abortion. The Sisters of Life will lead the Rosary at 7:00
    p.m., with the Mass at 7:30 p.m.

    The Feast of the Annunciation is also the 14th anniversary of the issuance of Evangelium Vitae:

    \”The one who accepted \”Life\” in the name of all and for the sake of all was Mary, the Virgin Mother; she is thus most closely and personally associated with the Gospel of life. Mary\’s consent at the Annunciation and her motherhood stand at the very beginning of the mystery of life which Christ came to bestow on humanity (cf. Jn 10:10). Through her acceptance and loving care for the life of the Incarnate Word, human life has been rescued from condemnation to final and eternal death.\”

  19. Matt says:

    St. Norbert’s in Roxbury WI.

    M-F 6:00am Low mass
    First Saturday Low Mass at 6:00am
    Sunday 11:00am Low Mass

    Easter Sunday 2009: Missa Solemnis

    Special thanks to priests from the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest. We have some truely gifted and inspired young priests.

    Their first Missa Solemnis was Midnight Mass this previous year. Youtube video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DAgoeeLlt4&feature=related

  20. Matt says:

    St. Norbert’s in Roxbury WI.

    M-F 6:00am Low mass
    First Saturday Low Mass at 8:00am
    Sunday 11:00am Low Mass

    Easter Sunday 2009 at noon: Missa Solemnis

    Special thanks to priests from the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest. We have some truely gifted and inspired young priests.

    Their first Missa Solemnis was Midnight Mass this previous year. Youtube video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DAgoeeLlt4

    Separate professional video here: http://www.saint-norbert.org/index.php?start=3

  21. Fr Dan Becker says:

    St. Paul’s, Warren Massachusetts
    10:30 AM each Sunday beginning March 29

    (413) 436-7327
    frdanbecker@yahoo.com

  22. Jason Keener says:

    On Saturday, May 23, 2009, please join us for a Pilgrimage to the Basilica of Holy Hill, the National Shrine of Mary, Help of Christians, near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

    Monsignor R. Michael Schmitz of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest will celebrate a Solemn High Mass in the Basilica. A family picnic will follow.

    Contact Holy Hill for more information about specifics as the date approaches:
    http://www.holyhill.com/
    http://www.institute-christ-king.org/home/

  23. St. John the Evangelist Church in Quincy, Mass. offers a Low Mass according to the 1962 Missal at 7 am in the basement chapel on the first and third Wednesday of the month.

    It is a beautiful little chapel, and has been a welcome addition to my Lenten rule.

  24. Live streamed TLM Mass starting at 7pm Eastern, 4pm Pacific at AirMaria.com

  25. Immaculatae says:

    Thank you! I made it home just in time!
    “Live streamed TLM Mass starting at 7pm Eastern, 4pm Pacific at AirMaria.com

    Comment by Fra Roderic Burke”

  26. Charivari Rob says:

    Steve Cavanaugh – “St. John the Evangelist Church in Quincy, Mass. offers a Low Mass according to the 1962 Missal at 7 am in the basement chapel on the first and third Wednesday of the month.”

    Steve,

    Sounds great! I’d like to get to it sometime. Is that St. John the Baptist in Quincy or St. John the Evangelist someplace else?