This coming Sunday is the last “green” Sunday after Pentecost. Can it be true? Advent begins the Sunday after.
At Holy Innocents Church in Manhattan there will be a Mass at 10 am in the Traditional Roman Rite (37th Street between 7th Avenue and Broadway).
The choir will be singing de Victoria’s Missa O quam gloriosum. The undersigned will be celebrant. I really like this Mass.
When you’ve had a tough day of battling for decent translations, greater episcopal conference accountability, answering questions… no, but wait… that’s my day. When you’ve had a tough day reading about ballting for decent translations, greater episcopal conference accountability, finding answers to question and all the other myrid important things that unquestionably leave you exhausted and at times exasperated, why not settle in with a WDTPRS mug of Mystic Monk Coffee?
People who come to the Mass at Holy Innocents in Manhattan will be able to got downstairs into the church hall and have some Mystic Monk. And they call their gathering a convivium, too. That’s Latin! All this and Latin too… well… they will have had Latin upstairs and plenty of it… but I digree.
And since it is in New York City, there will be bagels and some delicious Columbian treats made by one of the volunteers who sponsor the convivium). They are hoping to receive a shipment of Mystic Monk Christmas Blend in time for Sunday’s Convivium. I think they may even be selling or giving away some Mystic Monk as well.
By the way, the Wyoming monks have a Mystic Christmas package that includes a CD of chant.
Perhaps your parish priest needs both?