Your Events

I get a huge amount of email from people who want me to advertise their events.  I can’t do that.

So, post your events here, in the combox below.

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NB: I have a couple of loooong flights late this afternoon and into the night.

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20 Responses to Your Events

  1. Suzanne Carl says:

    This weekend in Omaha, letter carriers are collecting groceries to stock the Saint Vincent de Paul Society’s food pantries. If you live in Omaha, you received the bag in the mail this week. Please be generous!

  2. wanda says:

    Prayers for your safe travels, Fr. Z. May extra angels be on board.

  3. Elizabeth D says:

    I and a friend lead a Bible study Thursday evenings at 6 (this is after the 5:15 Mass) at Holy Redeemer Church in Madison, WI. We are studying the Acts of the Apostles using the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible New Testament (ch 7&8 today). Anyone reading this would be welcome to come and there will be some snacks. This evening we will keep it to 1 hour in order to attend another great local event, a talk by a religious sister from Iraq who apparently started the first order of sisters in the Armenian Apostolic Church in 70 years then subsequently entered the Catholic Church and has started a contemplative type CMSWR religious congregation in the Boston Archdiocese. This is at St Christopher Parish in Verona at 7:30 pm today and info is available on the Madison Diocese website.

  4. SKAY says:

    Have a safe trip, Father.

  5. JCF says:

    Safe travels. St Christopher pray for Father Z.

  6. SophiaGrace says:

    Prayers for safe, uneventful travels!

  7. DanJay1983 says:

    I am a parishioner at St. John Cantius in Chicago and have a devotion to the Extraordinary Form. My friend Kevin and I have started a Catholic podcast called Sons of Thunder Podcast. We are young dads on a mission to proclaim the Gospel and restore Catholic culture. Find us at http://www.sonsofthunderpodcast.com/ or on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sons-of-thunder-podcast/id972814620?mt=2&ls=1

    We would appreciate your support! God bless!

  8. Supertradmum says:

    Prayers for you daily, esp. your travels.

  9. Andrew says:

    If anyone is interested in the Church’s language:

    http://www.hieronymus.us.com/

    For the announcement in English click in the upper right hand corner.

  10. Latin Mass Type says:

    Andrew–that is totally cool! And in the SF Archdiocese, too!

    Also in the SF Archdiocese…(this is not my event and due to life circumstances I will likely not even get to it):

    Archbishop Cordileone Support Day
    Family Picnic
    Saturday, May 16, 2015
    11:00 AM
    Sue Bierman Park
    At the intersection of Washington Street and Embarcadero in San Francisco, CA

    Mass will be held before the picnic at 9:30 am.

    The Mass is in the Extraordinary Form!!!

    Details: http://www.sfcatholics.org

  11. ajurban says:

    I’m a priest in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota diocese and we are celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of our diocese by Pope Leo XIII. Information can be found here: http://www.sfcatholic.org/Legacy/

  12. Augustine Thompson O.P. says:

    On Saturday, May 16th, at 9:30 a.m., the Dominican nuns of Corpus Christi Monastery, 215 Oakgrove Ave, Menlo Park CA, will sing a Solemn High Dominican Rite Mass as part of their celebration of the Year of Consecrated Life. The Mass will be celebrated by friars of the Western Dominican Province. All are welcome!

    Buon’ viaggio, padre!

  13. RAve says:

    Musica Sacra Florida Annual
    7th Annual
    Gregorian Chant Conference

    Friday, May 15 & Saturday, May 16

    at Ave Maria University
    in Ave Maria, FL

    The Florida chapter of the Church Music Association of America (CMAA) and the Ave Maria University Department of Music are pleased to announce our seventh annual conference in Gregorian Chant.

    The conference will include:

    Keynote Speaker:
    Father James Bradley, Catholic priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham (UK)

    NEW:
    Special day-long Saturday sacred music workshop for children (ages 9 to 18) with renowned clinician Michael Olbash, board member of the American Federation Pueri Cantores, the international Catholic choral organization for children (www.pcchoirs.org). Participating children are invited to chant chant in the closing Mass on Saturday, and are invited to serve as the principal choir for the 10:00 a.m. Mass at Ave Maria Oratory on Sunday, May 17.
    Workshops

    “A Guide to Square Notation”: Basic instruction on how to read Gregorian chant notation
    “Learning the Ancient Notations Online”: Opportunity to a new software program to learn the notations of the oldest chant manuscripts (Laon and St. Gall)
    “English Chant for Parish Cantors”: Learn how to bring chant in English to your parish
    Chant Choirs

    Scholae
    for beginning/intermediate (men & women); advanced men; advanced women
    Masses

    Opening Missa cantata in the Extraordinary Form on Friday evening

    Closing Missa cantata in the Ordinary Form on Saturday evening (anticipated Sunday Mass) with English & Latin chants performed by conference participants
    Registration

    Register online at: http://musicasacra.com/2015/03/florida-conference-details

    Registration fees: $60.00 (including materials & instruction), $15.00 for full-time students (with ID) and children

    For more information on the conference, contact Susan Treacy, Ph.D., at: susan.treacy@avemaria.edu | (239) 280-1668

    Conference Faculty

    Keynote Speaker:
    Father James Bradley, Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

    Mary Jane Ballou, D.S.M., Director of Cantorae Saint Augustine

    Michael Olbash, M.Mus., CAGO/ChM, Saint Adelaide Church, Peabody, Massachusetts

    Edward Schaefer, D.M.A., University of Florida College of Fine Arts

    Susan Treacy, Ph.D., Ave Maria University

    For more information about the event, see the conference details page.

    http://musicasacra.com/2015/03/florida-conference/

  14. John Pepino says:

    Veterum Sapientia, an organization dedicated to fulfilling St. John XXIII’s vision for Latin in the Church, is once again conducting a week-long session of Latin for clergy and religious.
    This year the session is 2-8 August on the campus of The Catholic University of America.
    Link: https://veterumsapientia.com/

    Click here for the list of instructors: https://veterumsapientia.com/#conf-speakers
    I strongly recommend this program; the feedback is always excellent.

  15. Stephanus83 says:

    The Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate in Australia held a procession for Our Lady of Fatima. The short video deserves more than the 18 views that it currently has on Youtube.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMy276aTm2Q&list=WL&index=11

    Also, the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate post daily videos on their Youtube channel for anyone who wishes to subscribe.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFdACNbusRGZ6nuxVQ1K1NA

  16. Stephanus83 says:

    The Jubilee Museum and Catholic Cultural Center of Columbus, Ohio currently has an exhibition displaying the sculptural work of Alfred Tibor. The exhibition runs through June 14, 2015. The museum is hosting a meet & greet with artist Alfred Tibor on May 23, 2015 from 3-5pm.

    This museum is a treasure of the Midwest. If you’re near Columbus consider planning a visit

    The website for the museum is available at:
    http://jubileemuseum.org/

  17. LittleMarianSon says:

    Men’s Discernment Retreat
    Friday May 29-Sunday May 31, 2015 at Assumption Grotto 13770 Gratiot Avenue Detroit, MI
    Have you ever considered the priesthood or consecrated life? Do you think that God may be calling you to serve Him with “an undivided heart”? Such decisions are not always so easy to make and proper discernment with good spiritual reflection and guidance is necessary. What’s the best way to prepare yourself to know what is God’s will in your life? Why should you do God’s will? How do you conform your will to His? By making a retreat. All the great spiritual writers have always suggested this.
    This discernment retreat is a time to get away from the daily routine and spend time with God in reflection and prayer. It’s a chance to focus and give absolute attention to the Sacred Heart of Our Lord with the assistance and love of The Sweetest Heart of Our Lady—and then make some decisions in order to redirect your life towards the one thing that truly matters—Heaven in union with the Blessed Trinity, Our Most Holy Mother, and all of the Saints forever! For more information please contact vocations@littlemariansons.org or (313) 778-1498. There is limited space and the deadline to register is Wednesday May 27, 2015.

  18. Gregg the Obscure says:

    Readers in California will have the opportunity to hear the incredible vocal ensemble Chanticleer during the week of May 10 (dates and locations at http://www.chanticleer.org ). I saw them last night. It was the best musical performance I have ever witnessed. Music from the sixteenth century to date, some sacred and some secular.

  19. bkalafut says:

    On the Feast of the Ascension, this Thursday, 14 May, at 5:30 PM a sung High Mass (Extraordinary Form), with the full choir, will be offered by Fr. Jeff Keyes at St. Edward’s Catholic Church in Newark, CA, near Fremont.

  20. Darren says:

    Vigil of Pentecost: Solemn High Mass in Jersey City, NJ
    @ St. Anthony of Padua Church in Jersey City, NJ (right across the Hudson from NYC)
    7 PM, Saturday, May 23

    From:
    http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2015/05/ef-vigil-of-pentecost-in-jersey-city.html#.VVtyTEZQCSo

    Mark your calendars for a truly “Extraordinary” event…on the occasion of the 13th anniversary of the return of the Traditional Latin Mass to Hudson County, New Jersey, a Solemn Mass will be sung on Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00 p.m. for the Vigil of Pentecost, at downtown Jersey City’s historic St. Anthony’s Church. (Located on Monmouth Street between 6th and 7th Streets). Diocesan clergy from throughout New Jersey, as well as priests of both the Institute of Christ the King and the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter will participate as ministers at the altar. The renowned Cantantes in Cordibus choir, under the direction of Maestro Simone Ferraresi, will perform Haydn’s acclaimed Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo. The organizers of this truly special event are the many young parishioners who have recently joined the growing parish in a quickly gentrifyng city. They hope that this will be an opportunity for young faithful Catholics to worship, meet and network.

    Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John A. Perricone, PhD (You may read him in The Latin Mass Magazine)
    Deacon: Rev. Canon Jean-Marie Moreau, ICKSP
    Subdeacon: Rev. Fr. Matthew McNeely, FSSP

    Coffee after Mass in Church Hall and the following:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/853644741375427/