HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION ALERT 15 August – Assumption (TLM opportunities & Blessing of herbs)

15 August, the Feast/Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a Holy Day of Obligation on the Latin Church’s universal calendar and in calendars of particular countries (cf. can. 1246).  It isn’t transferred.

So, I remind the readership that you are obliged to hear Mass on Thursday, 15 August.

Make a plan.

As a matter of fact, if you are able, make a plan to fulfill your obligation by participating at Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form!

Also, please remember that there is a special blessing of herbs in the traditional Rituale Romanum.  Remind Father to bless the herbs you bring before Mass begins.

I invite you to post below opportunities for the Usus Antiquior in your area.  (Please don’t send them by email to me to post for you – register and post them yourselves!)

That said, …

In Madison, WI: TLM at the Bishop O’Conner Center at NOON.

In Detroit, MI: All sorts of great things going on at Assumption Grotto Church!   (Patronal feast! Plenary indulgence opportunity!)

In NYC: As always at Holy Innocents in Manhattan 8:30 AM & 6:00 PM.

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87 Responses to HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION ALERT 15 August – Assumption (TLM opportunities & Blessing of herbs)

  1. Maeana says:

    In the Diocese of Ogdensburg in NY, there will be a Mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Constable at 5:30 PM. http://cccwtr.grainofwheat.net/bulletin081113.pdf

  2. Patrick-K says:

    St. John Cantius in Chicago has a Latin Mass at 7:30 pm, as well as a few other times.

  3. David in T.O. says:

    In Canada, it is sadly not a Holy Day of Obligation (only Christmas and Mary, Mother of God)

    But in Toronto, there are four, count ‘em, four!

    Missa Lecta
    St. Lawrence the Martyr 11:00AM
    Toronto Oratory Church of the Holy Family 11:30AM

    Missa Solemnis
    Toronto Oratory Church of the Holy Family 6:00PM
    St. Mary Immaculate Parish of Richmond Hill, 7:30PM

  4. Rose in NE says:

    Immaculate Conception Church (FSSP) in Omaha, NE (www.latinmassomaha.org) will have three Masses: Low Masses at 7 a.m. and Noon, and a High Mass at 7 p.m.

  5. Gregorius says:

    In Washington DC, a Missa Cantata at the Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Woodley Park, at 6PM. As many of you have already heard elsewhere, not only is this the first traditional mass there since the promulgation of the NO, but afterwards there will be a meeting to discuss the establishment of a DC chapter of Juventutem. For other venues in the area google tlm-md.

    In Charlestown, WV, at the priory of the annunciation, a solemn high Mass at 7PM.

  6. george says:

    Blessed John XXIII in Lansing, MI (http://getholy.com/BJ23.html) will have Low Mass at 6:30pm in the Crypt under the Cathedral.

  7. mamajen says:

    Our Lady of Good Counsel in Verona, NY has Latin Mass at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, preceded by confessions. I’ve never been to one there, so I’m not sure exactly what type of mass it is.

  8. SingingFinanceProf says:

    St. Stephen of Hungary in Allentown, PA at 7pm will have a Missa Cantata.

  9. disco says:

    Mary Immaculate of Lourdes Church, Newton Upper Falls, MA

    Low Mass at 12:30 PM
    High Mass at 7:30 PM

    Also English masses at 7:30 AM and 5:30 PM

  10. jaykay says:

    St. Kevin’s, Harrington Street, Dublin 8:

    Low Mass 8:00 a.m.
    Sung Mass 7:00 p.m. (Missa IX Cum Jubilo)

  11. Tim says:

    St Wenceslaus in Cedar Rapids IA
    Low Mass 7:00 AM Wednesdays and Thursdays
    http://www.stwenceslauscr.com/

  12. HyacinthClare says:

    Phoenix, Mater Misericordiae (FSSP) masses on Thursday at 6:30 a.m., noon and 6:30 p.m.
    1531 W. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85007

  13. HyacinthClare says:

    (Beat you, Jeff!) :-)

  14. Salvelinus says:

    Austin Texas
    Saint Mary’s Cathedral
    High Mass – 7:00 PM

    http://smcaustin.org/index.cfm?load=page&page=176

  15. Sissy says:

    St. Joseph’s (FSSP), Burford Road, Richmond, Virginia will have three Masses instead of the usual two. The Masses will be as follows:
    7am Low
    9am High
    6pm Low

  16. Hilda of Whitby says:

    There will be a Missa Cantata at St. Ann’s in Charlotte, NC for the Vigil of the Assumption at 7:00 on Wednesday evening, August 14.

  17. Rellis says:

    St. Rita Parish in Alexandria VA
    3815 Russell Rd, Alexandria VA 22305
    7:30PM
    Missa Cantata with men’s Gregorian chant schola

  18. ajf1984 says:

    Milwaukee, WI: The good Fathers of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest at St. Stanislaus Oratory will offer a Low Mass at 12:00pm and a High Mass at 6:30pm for the Feast. The address is 524 W. Mitchell Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204

  19. Rellis says:

    Holy Name Parish in Providence, RI
    99 Camp Street, Providence RI 02906
    7:00PM
    Missa Cantata

  20. lucy says:

    Fresno, CA
    High Mass at 12:15 with FSSP
    Rosary at 11:45
    No confession available this time as Fr. has other business to attend to on his way to our city

  21. Facta Non Verba says:

    Minneapolis MN – All Saints
    Masses at 12:10 and 7 PM

  22. Tim says:

    ajf1984;
    Two of our sons were Confirmed at St Stanislaus in the Extraordinary Form two years ago. Beautiful church!

  23. gloriainexcelsis says:

    St. Joseph the Worker, FSSP, Tyler, Texas 7 a.m. low Mass, 7 p.m. Missa Cantata. confessions before each Mass.

  24. gloriainexcelsis says:

    P.S. at St. Joseph the Worker, Tyler, Texas. Compline after 7 p.m. Mass.

  25. misterbrown says:

    St. John Vianney Latin Mass Community (FSSP) will offer 3 Masses in Maple Hill, KS
    6:30am
    8:00am
    7:00pm

    They will also offer a Mass at St. Joseph’s in Topeka, KS
    7:00pm (Confession will begin at 6:15pm)

    http://www.fsspmaplehill.com/

  26. Steve Girone says:

    Wilmington, DE: St. Patrick 7pm Low Mass
    Confesion before Mass

    http://smspwilmington.com/

  27. trespinos says:

    Monterey Bay Area

    Queen of Heaven Cemetery Chapel
    18200 Damian Way, Salinas, CA
    Low Mass, 6 PM

  28. A German in France says:

    I have never heard about blessing herbs at August 15, neither in Germany nor in France, although I have been brought up in the traditional Roman rite in a rural country.

    Being at the same time interested in plants and in rites, could you please give some explanations to your foreign readers about the rite you are mentioning ? We had traditionnally herbs conveying special powers – especially healing powers – collected at St John’s Day (24 June) ; and on the day of St Michael Archangel (29 September), or the next following Sunday, we presented near the Altar the very best of our sheaves, bread made of them, and a specimen of all the vegetables from the gardens to be blessed by the Priest (Germany). In France, it was usual to present one specimen – the most beautiful one – of all vegetables grown in gardens on St Fiacre’s Day (30 August, or the following Sunday) during a Mass and a procession. St Fiacre is the patron saint of the gardeners in France and some parts of Germany.

    Thank you very much in advance.

  29. pookiesmom says:

    Traditional Latin Low Mass offered by Fr. Kenneth Baker SJ at Sts.Peter Paul Church, 3402 E. Portland Ave., Tacoma WA to celebrate Our Lady’s Assumption, 12 noon on August 15. Thanks be to God!

  30. pookiesmom says:

    North American Martyrs Parish, Seattle WA. Masses for the Feast of the Assumption will be offered at St. Alphonsus Church, 5816 15th Ave.NW, Seattle WA–Low Mass at 12:10pm and High Mass at 7:30pm. Father Gerard Saguto FSSP pastor.

  31. PCali says:

    High Mass at 5:30pm at the cathedral of St. Eugene in Santa Rosa, CA.

  32. Agellius says:

    TLM at San Secondo d’Asti church in Guasti (Ontario), California at 6:30 p.m., follow by the Ordinary Form at 9:00 p.m.!! This pastor truly cares not for his own convenience when it comes to providing for the needs of his parishioners.

  33. marthawrites says:

    Newly ordained Harrisburg diocesan priest Father Daniel Richards will offer a Missa Cantata at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Lancaster, PA, at noon.

  34. Darren says:

    Copied from the site of Mater Ecclesiae of Berlin, NJ (http://www.materecclesiae.org/)

    Fr. Robert C Pasley, KCHS, Rector of Mater Ecclesiae Roman Catholic Church, Berlin, NJ invites all to Mater Ecclesiae’s 13th Annual Assumption Mass. The Mass will take place on Thursday, August 15, at 7:00PM, at St Peter’s Church, 43 W. Maple Avenue, Merchantville, NJ 08109.

    This Mass was begun thirteen years ago to thank and honor our Lady for the establishment of Mater Ecclesiae. We also wanted to feature some of the greatest works of orchestral/choral music ever written for the Sacred Liturgy. The setting of the Ordinary of the Mass is “Mass ?#?1in? B-flat” by Johan Nepomuk Hummel. Other works include the motets “Venite Populi” by Mozart, “Ave Virgo Gloriosa” by Frescobaldi, “Assumpta est Maria” by Rathberger, and the “Concerto for two trumpets” along with the “Concerto for two oboes in D minor” by Vivaldi.

  35. Obumbrabit says:

    In Cambridge Springs, PA there will be an Extraordinary Form Mass at St. Anthony of Padua Parish at 12:00 noon. (Diocese of Erie, PA)

  36. Andreas says:

    Mass and Blessing of the Herbs, 1000 at the St. Ulrichskirche here in Pinswang, Austria.

  37. TLM at 7 pm Thursday, August 15
    St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
    Townsend, Tennessee
    Just outside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park about 30 miles from Knoxville

  38. New Sister says:

    PORTLAND, OR: Pontifical Solemn High Mass – 7 p.m. [19:00]
    Holy Rosary Church [in the Rose Quarter]

    Cantores in Ecclesia will sing as part of the William Byrd Festival, Byrd’s Mass [for 5 voices? not sure which one, but will sound like Heavenly Angels]

  39. Marie says:

    Diocese of ST. PETERSBURG, FL:

    Low Mass @ 10:00 am
    Incarnation Catholic Church
    5124 Gateway Drive, Tampa 33615

    High Mass @ 7:00 pm
    Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle (in the chapel)
    5185 5th Avenue North, St. Petersburg 33710

  40. Gretchen says:

    Mater Dei Parish in Irving, TX: Low Mass at 6:30 a.m., 12:10 p.m.; and High Mass at 7 p.m.

  41. StWinefride says:

    Blessing of Herbs and Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Trier, Germany at 6 pm (18.00 hrs)

    Helenenhaus Kapelle, Vereinigte Hospitien, Windmühlenstraße 6, 54290 Trier

    http://www.schilling-trier.homepage.t-online.de/

  42. Jeannie_C says:

    A good time to purchase a fresh batch of whatever dried herbs you put into your chicken soup. Surely the prayers of the soup maker in addition to the blessed herbs would bring additional healing properties to those ailing in the coming winter.

    Mass, consecration to the BVM, procession of the Blessed Sacrament, Benediction. 7 p.m. St. Luke’s, Calgary.

  43. Jeannie_C says:

    Sorry, should have noted St. Luke’s will be a Novus Ordo. I realize it doesn’t measure up to some folk’s expectations, but it’s better than staying home and ignoring the special day.

  44. Velle Mere says:

    All Souls Catholic Church (Historic Chapel)
    Sanford, Florida
    Low Mass – 5:00 p.m.

  45. joan ellen says:

    The E.F. Mass will be at St. Mary’s in Kalamazoo on the Feast of the
    Assumption at 6pm, offered by Fr. David Grondz.

    Then also an E.F. Mass at St. Basil’s in South Haven, MI offered by Fr. Teddy Martin at 7:00 p.m.
    and the Solemn High E.F. Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus in Grand Rapids at 7:00 p.m. offered by Fr. Robert Sirico or Fr. Peter Damien. The women’s choir will sing for the last time together before school, etc. takes some of them to other locations.

  46. Athelstan says:

    Following up on what Gregorius wrote, here’s a list of what TLM’s are known for the Assumption in the Washington, DC and Baltimore area:

    7:00 AM – Low Mass – St. John the Baptist in Front Royal, VA
    9:00 AM – High Mass – St Anthony’s in King George, VA (followed by the traditional blessing of herbs and flowers)
    11:00 AM – Low Mass – Old St. John’s in Silver Spring, MD
    Noon – Low Mass – St. John’s, McLean, VA
    12:30 PM – Holy Trinity in Gainesville, VA
    6:00 PM – St Thomas the Apostle, Woodley Road, NW (sung Mass); organizing meeting for a Juventutem, DC Chapter to follow Mass
    6:00 PM – Low Mass – St. Lawrence the Martyr in Alexandria, VA
    7:00 PM – St. Alphonsus Church, Baltimore, MD
    7:00 PM – Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem, Charles Town, WV
    7:30 PM – St. Rita’s in Arlington, VA, (Missa Cantata)

    No excuse not to attend a TLM on the Assumption, if you live in the area – unless you’re working an 18 hour shift at the hospital that day.

  47. Daniel_Nekic says:

    The Maternal Heart of Mary Latin Mass Community in Lewisham, Sydney, Australia, will celebrate a Low Mass at 7am and a Solemn High Mass at 7pm. The Schola Cantorum Sancte Crucis will be singing Byrd’s Mass for Three Voices.
    It is also the occasion of the official elevation of the Chapel to a Parish Church of the Archdiocese of Sydney, with Rev Fr Duncan Wong FSSP to be made Parish Priest.

  48. harrythepilgrim says:

    So far as I can tell, the only TLM in Los Angeles is at the Church of Our Lady of the Angels (SSPX) in Arcadia. Beautiful Mass, and faithful Catholic sermons. Our archbishop seems to be busy with immigration and other political matters.

  49. jbincj says:

    St. Louis, Missouri:
    Thursday, 6:30 pm High Mass at St. Francis de Sales Oratory (Confessions at 6:00 pm)
    (Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest) http://www.institute-christ-king.org/stlouis/
    Beautiful church – Beautiful Mass!

  50. prairiecatholic88 says:

    Diocese of New Ulm, Minnesota:
    St. Michael’s Church
    510 W. Third St.
    Morgan, MN

    8:30AM Sung Mass

  51. APX says:

    Daniel, that’s good to hear about Maternal Heart Parish. I believe our former priest, Fr. Blust, is (or was) at your parish too. I know he’s there somewhere

    St. Anthony’s in Calgary has an OF Mass at 9:00 am followed by benediction, as well as an EF Mass (FSSP) at 7:00 pm followed by Benediction. I suspect it will be a low Mass, but I could be wrong.

  52. ReginaMarie says:

    A German in France: Flowers & medicinal herbs are blessed after the Divine Liturgy on the Feast of the Dormition. According to tradition, after Mary’s assumption, her tomb was filled with a heavenly fragrance & flowers. The herbs, used as natural medicine, are blessed in commemoration of the numerous healing & extraordinary graces bestowed on pilgrims at Mary’s tomb.
    The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom will be celebrated on the Feast of the Dormition of Our Most Holy Lady the Mother of God & Ever Virgin Mary at 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Holy Protection Byzantine Catholic Church in Morgantown, WV.
    Troparion:
    In giving birth you preserved your virginity,
    In falling asleep you did not forsake the world, O Theotokos.
    You were translated to life, O Mother of Life,
    And by your prayers, you deliver our souls from death.
    Kontakion:
    Neither the tomb, nor death could hold the Theotokos,
    Who is constant in prayer and our firm hope in her intercessions.
    For being the Mother of Life,
    She was translated to life by the One who dwelt in her virginal womb.

  53. AnnAsher says:

    We will make the extra trip to our TLM parish. It’s like Christmas in August – we have St Max on 14 and Assumption on 15!

  54. Cosmos says:

    There is a 6 pm (CST) mass in Birmingham, AL, at Blessed Sacrament.

    http://myblessedsacrament.com

  55. Michelle F says:

    In West Virginia:

    7:00 AM – St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Thomas, WV (Fr. Timothy Grassi)

    7:00 AM – Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Nitro, WV (Fr. Joseph Tuscan, OFM Cap.)

    Both of these should be Low Masses.

  56. Michelle F says:

    I forgot to state that both of the Masses I listed above are being offered on Thursday, 15 August.

  57. Matt R says:

    6:30 AM Low Mass at Guardian Angels Catholic Church, and a 7 PM Missa Cantata at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, both in Louisville KY. The vigil Mass at SMT will be a Mass with choir in the OF.

  58. St. Matthew
    Dix Hills, NY
    10:30 AM Thursday
    North Service Road, Long Island Expressway (I-495)
    Exit 51 eastbound, Exit 53 westbound
    Between NY 231 and Carlls Straight Path

  59. jfish313 says:

    St. Peter’s Church in Volo, Illinois at 7 pm. Maybe and hour north west of Chicago.

  60. catherine_126 says:

    Canon Flattery will be celebrating a Missa Cantata (Sung Mass) for the Assumption at St. Mary’s in Westville, IL at 6:00 PM on Aug 15th. The address is:

    St. Mary’s Church
    231 N State St.
    Westville, IL

  61. Elizabeth M says:

    St. Edward Catholic Church
    Newark, California 5:30pm

    From St. Edward Church facebook page:
    “On Thursday, 15 August at 5:30 PM Father Jeffrey R. Keyes, CPPS will celebrate a Solemn High Mass of the Assumption in the Extraordinary Form at Saint Edward Catholic Church, 5788 Thornton Avenue, Newark, CA 94544. The Solemn Mass Choir of Saint Edward Parish will sing the ancient Gregorian Chants of the Feast from the Graduale Romanum and
    will sing the “Missa Assumpta est Maria” by the famed Renaissance composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, which was originally composed for the celebration of the feast at the Vatican. In addition the choir will offer motets of Palestrina and Dufay.”

  62. Martha in SD says:

    St. Mary Catholic Church
    Salem, SD
    Procession around church starting at 6:30 pm
    High Mass 7:00 pm

    So excited! This is our first opportunity for this. We travel 90+ miles RT each Sunday to attend this beautiful church, where it is done properly. The best 90 minutes drive RT for 90 minutes of Heaven on earth. Love the EF Mass!

  63. Priam1184 says:

    Is that Arabic on the bottom of that icon? Ah I see holding the cursor over the image that it is a Coptic icon. I keep several icons of the Eastern Church in my house, including what I believe is a Russian (the writing is some altered form of the Greek alphabet) icon of the Dormition. Two years ago when I was in Jerusalem I stumbled into a Liturgy of the Armenian Orthodox Church in the Cave of the Dormition on Mount Zion. So beautiful. East is the direction that our ecumenical efforts should be headed. It would do so much to revive our own Liturgy. All of us need to do something to clean up the 1500 years of baggage that lie between us since Chalcedon.

  64. Fr. Thomas says:

    A different variety of the usus antiquior, but the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom will be celebrated for the Dormition of the Theotokos in the Kansas City area on Thursday, August 15 at 7:30pm at St. Luke Byzantine Catholic Church. The Eastern Church also retains the ancient tradition of blessing flowers and spices on this feast.

    11413 Chicago Street
    Sugar Creek, Missouri 64054
    (816) 231-7100

  65. Matt R says:

    6:30 AM at Guardian Angels Catholic Church (Low Mass I think), and then 7 PM Sung Mass at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church both in Louisville KY.

  66. nfp4life says:

    St. Mary Church Norwalk, CT
    http://www.stmarynorwalk.net
    Feast of the Assumption is our Parish’s patronal feast.
    (Would attendance at this Holy Mass be considered a pilgrimage?)
    Traditional High Latin Mass 5:30 p.m.

  67. NoraLee9 says:

    Our Lady of Fatima, Pequannock, NJ (FSSP). 7, 8, 12, & 7 – Sung High Mass.

  68. JonPatrick says:

    St. Benedict Center, Richmond NH (95 Fay Martin Rd.) Richmond is near Fitzwilliam NH not far from MA border.
    Missa Cantata 7:30 AM. The Sisters will be providing the choir.
    Low Mass 7:15 PM.
    Confession times are usually 40 mins before to 10 min before Mass.

    There will also be TLM’s at the St. Benedict Center and St. Ann’s house in Still River MA but I don’t have the times for those.

    There will also be masses for the St. Gregory Latin Mass Chaplaincy in Maine. I know the one in Lewiston (Basilica of Sts. Peter & Paul) is at 6:30 PM and will be a Missa Cantata. I believe the one in Portland (Cathedral) is in the morning but I’m not sure.

  69. JonPatrick says:

    Also regarding St. Benedict Center Richmond NH, slightly OT, but they are dedicating their new chapel the following Thursday, Aug. 22 the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary with a Solemn High Mass at 9:30 AM. The new chapel doubles the space of their old basement chapel which is bursting at the seams due to the number of young traditional families with many children that attend there.

  70. phlogiston says:

    Akron, OH – St Sebastian Church, 5:15 pm.

  71. wolfeken says:

    Adding to Athelstan’s above list of Washington, D.C. area TLMs — 7:30 p.m. Low Mass at Saint Mary’s in Washington, D.C.

  72. acardnal says:

    Athelstan,
    I sure miss my old diocese of Arlington!

  73. Daniel_Nekic says:

    APX, Fr Blust was at Lewisham, but has since moved on to work at the Regional House further west in Sydney. Did you know he was made Regional Superior a while ago?

  74. Bryan G says:

    As far as I know, the *only* Latin Mass in the entire Diocese of Des Moines is at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church (15 Indianola Ave Des Moines, IA 50315) every Sunday at 8:30 in the crypt (lower church).

    For Thursday’s Solemnity of the Assumption, Msgr. Frank Chiodo will celebrate a Missa Cantata at 7pm in the upper church. Venite!

  75. AnnAsher says:

    St. Agnes Cathedral
    Springfield, Missouri
    http://www.molatinmass.blogspot.com
    Thu 15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary—Mass @ 10:30am

  76. Sword40 says:

    Just an addition to what Pookiesmom has posted; the Low Mass at SS. Peter & Paul in Tacoma, WA will be held at noon on the 15th. We are known as North American Martyrs, South Sound.

  77. A Perez says:

    Archdiocese of Miami:

    Solemn High Mass at 7:30 p.m. at downtown Miami’s historic Gesu Church!
    Celebrant: Fr. Christian Saenz, SJ
    Deacon: Fr. Rhone Lillard, FSSP
    Subdeacon: Mr. Daniel Heenan, FSSP

    The Schola Cantorum of Sts. Francis and Clare, directed by Dr. Jennifer Donelson, will provide Gregorian chant.

    Address:
    118 NE 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

    Father Joseph Fishwick, Chaplain-emeritus of the Archdiocese of Miami Traditional Latin Mass Community will offer catechesis for those unfamiliar with the usus antiquior at 7:00 p.m.

    Community website (every-Sunday 9:00 a.m. Missa Cantata at Sts. Francis and Clare): http://www.latinmassmiami.org
    Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/miamiensis
    Young adults, affiliation to the Juventutem International Federation pending: http://www.facebook.com/juventutemmiami

  78. APX says:

    Daniel,

    Yes, I knew he was made Regional Superior. He mentioned it once or twice during announcements before he left. It was a sad day when he made the announcement, but Fr. Sumich (he was in Australia for awhile) is pretty good too. Very different temperaments…

  79. Sofia Guerra says:

    Diocese of Madison
    Saint Norbert’s – Address: 8944 County Highway Y, Sauk City, WI 53583
    Phone:(608) 643-3661
    August 15th Extraordinary Form 6:30 am Confessions half hour before Mass

    St. Augustine University Catholic Center, 135 S. Hickory, Platteville WI 6:30am

  80. Peggy R says:

    Do you think Our Lady could intervene on her feast day to grant the Cardinals a sweep of the Bucs, starting with a win tonight….extra innings now…agonizing….

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  82. q7swallows says:

    Pismo Beach, CA
    St. Paul the Apostle Church
    TLM — 5:30pm

  83. Skeinster says:

    Diocese of Dallas: there will also be the blessing of herbs before all Masses. Again: 6:30 am, 12:10 pm, and 7 pm.

  84. Cathy says:

    Fort Collins, CO: Blessed John XXIII TLM at noon offered by Fr. Nix.

  85. AV8R61 says:

    Came home with the basil blessed before Mass and made pesto with the blessed herbs, exercised salt, and exercised olive oil!

  86. AV8R61 says:

    Auto corrected into error: I meant exorcised!

  87. VexillaRegis says:

    Went to a beautiful NO Mass, no herbal blessing here, though. We do that later.