Viguzzuolo: Christ the King

From the parish church of "Beat Vergine Assunta" in Viguzzuolo, in the Diocese of Tortona, the pastor, Fr. Gino Bava demonstrates to the world that your church doesn’t have to be huge for there to be a Solemn Mass in the Traditional Roman Rite.

Here are a couple photos from their celebration of the Feast of Christ the King.  There are a lot more on their site.

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4 Responses to Viguzzuolo: Christ the King

  1. Tom A. says:

    Love those vestments! Reminds me of my days in Italy and Europe with the Air Force. There were churches like this everywhere!

  2. Cristero says:

    Those vestments truly are beautiful.

    We also had a Solemn High Mass at Mission San Juan Bautista in California. Photos of this historic Mass can be found at:

    http://www.monterey-tlm.blogspot.com

  3. Nerinab says:

    Just…beautiful!

  4. Ligusticus says:

    What a surprise, Father! I was there!! (…and in the first pic, u can notice me in the last row, while taking a pic :)