It will not be stopped.
This is a little late in the posting, but I thought you would like to see a couple success stories.
First, my friend Fr. Jay Finelli, “iPadre”, sent photos of a Pontifical Mass celebrated by Bp. Matano of Rochester at the request of Most Rev. Thomas Tobin, the local bishop, in the Cathedral of Providence. Fr. Finelli writes:
We had our Solemn High Pontifical Mass yesterday. All went well. The cathedral holds 1,500 people and it was almost packed tight. … I was deacon of the Mass. Far from perfect, but Bishop’s Gelineau and Mulvee told me I did a fine job. [Let us not make the perfect the enemy of the good!] Thanks to my week at St. John Cantius. [Aren't they great?] I could not have done it without that week.
More on Flicker HERE
Also, after the West Coast Marian Procession there was a Solemn Mass with the Missale Romanum of St. John XXIII.
A multitude of Catholic faithful from all over California and other states participated at the 6th Annual Great Marian Procession West Coast last May 3, 2014. The three mile processional walk started at the East Lawn Memorial Park and ended at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in downtown Sacramento, California where a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form was celebrated with His Excellency, Auxiliary Bishop Myron J. Cotta, in choro. The Mass was sung by the Choir and Choristers of St. Stephen the First Martyr Parish, which has been entrusted as a personal parish to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP). The next Annual Marian Procession West Coast will take place on May 2, 2015. For future updates, be sure to visit http://www.BringMary.com.
Attached are few photos taken from the event. The rest can be viewed on our blog post, which includes full-length videos of both the Procession and Solemn High Mass
Everyone… WORK WORK WORK!
Fr. Z Kudos to the good people in Providence and Sacramento.