From a reader:
St. Peter’s in Merchantville, NJ is celebrating a Solemn Requiem Mass on All Souls Day (Nov. 2) at 7:00pm with the Rite of Absolution at the catafalque. Fr. Anthony J. Manuppella, pastor of St. Peter’s, will be the celebrant, Fr. Allain B. Caparas, associate pastor of St. Peter’s, will be the deacon, and Fr. Ronald W. Check from St. Monica’s in Philadelphia will be the subdeacon. The Mass setting will be to Gabriel Faure’s Requiem.
Father Bradford Hernandez will be celebrating a Tridentine High Mass at St. Mary’s Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Brenham, Texas, for the Solemnity of All Saints, at 9:30 AM. We have one every week at this time, but this will be a High Mass for the solemnity. It’s quite beautiful, and the more people we can get to come, the better. We currently have around 40-50 regular attendees.
The parish’s website.
St. Joseph Catholic Church, 830 Poplar Street, Macon, Georgia will celebrate a Solemn High Requiem Mass in the Extraordinary Form for the Commemoration of All Souls, on Monday, November 2nd at 7:00 PM. Fr. Allan J. McDonald, pastor, will be celebrant.
Music for the Holy Souls (All Souls) Latin High Mass will be from Gabriel Fauré’s “Requiem in D Minor” and will be sung by The Choirs of St. Joseph under the direction of Nelda Chapman, with cantor/soloist Beau Palmer and organists Harold McManus, Jr., and Lewis King.
The following link is a very nice virtual tour of this “jewel of the south” church dedicated in 1903 and built by the Jesuits.
Solemn High Mass for All Souls, Monday, November 2nd, at 7:00 PM, celebrated by Fr. Robert Tatman, and assisted by Fr. Brian Austin, FSSP and Fr. James Fryar, FSSP. The AMU Choir will be singing the Duruflé Requiem, under the direction of Dr. Timothy McDonnell.
From a UK reader:
A news flash for your British readers, Fr Andrew Goodman will celebrate Mass in the Extrodinary Form (Low Mass) at Holy Cross Church, Bristol (clifton diocese) at 12:45PM on All Souls Day and at 8:00 AM on Christmas Day, we also hope to get a weekly celebration of the EF going every Sunday (servers in training).
location of the Church and how to get there can be found on the diocese website www.cliftondiocese.com