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26 Responses to What’s going on where you are?

  1. Vincent. says:

    In the Albany Diocese on 26 September at 6pm we are having a night of prayer and fellowship to build up men’s minstry. The goal is to encourage the formation of men’s groups in our area.

    Our bishop will lead us in adoration with confession, then a sung devine mercy chaplet, a talk by Mark Houck, follow by the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and concluding with pizza and beer.

    This will occur at St. Ambrose Parish at 347 Old Loudon Rd, Latham, New York 12110.

    More information and RSVP can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/TKMAlbany and here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1116428841705966

  2. Vincent. says:

    Here’s another great opportunity for authentic masculine spirituality.
    http://www.intothewildweekend.com/

    Any man within driving distance to Allegany State Park in New York (about an hour south of Buffalo) should attend this “Outdoor, Experiential Retreat Weekend for Men”.

    There is daily Mass and rosary, perpetual adoration, outdoor cooking and chuch building, orienteering and great camaraderie.

    I’ve been three times already and it is a great experience. Before going I had never been on any retreat. I brought my father-in-law last year and it helped him return to the regualr practice of his faith. Please attend if you are able, you won’t regret it.

  3. ReginaMarie says:

    The 81st annual Pilgrimage in Honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is a special ministry of the Sisters of St. Basil the Great. It has been held every Labor Day weekend since 1934 on the grounds of Mount St. Macrina Monastery in Uniontown, PA. It was in 1934 that the Sisters & pilgrims celebrated the blessing of the then newly acquired Monastery for the Sisters. In 1935, Pope Pius XI gifted the Sisters with a beautiful icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help requesting that they spread devotion to the Theotokos under that title.

    The Pilgrimage is a source of ongoing renewal & provides for the spiritual needs of the many pilgrims who frequent this major unifying event in the life of the Byzantine Catholic Church. Participants include clergy & faithful from across the country. The Pilgrimage offers the celebration of the Divine Liturgy; opportunities for the Mystery of Reconciliation; Anointing of the Sick; adult enrichment programs; activities for children, teens, young adults; & pastoral counseling.

    The Pilgrimage is the oldest & largest Byzantine Catholic Pilgrimage in the US. The theme for the 2015 Pilgrimage is “Mary, Model of Consecrated Life.”

    http://www.sistersofstbasil.org/wp-content/uploads/Pilgrimage-Invitation-2015.pdf

  4. Mike says:

    Solemn High Mass for the Feast of the Transfiguration at Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian Church, 1357 E. Capitol Street SE, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., tonight, Thursday, August 6, at 7:30 p.m.

  5. Mike says:

    Reverend Father Brian Sanderfoot at St. Francis de Sales Church, 2015 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington, D.C., has been spearheading a restoration of the Church’s 1950s-era convent which fell into disuse at the end of the century. You can hear a traditional Low Mass in the convent chapel for the Feast of the Assumption on Saturday morning, August 15, at 8:00 a.m.

  6. Gregg the Obscure says:

    Archdiocese of Denver is holding a vocations walk plus Stations of the Cross, Mass and barbecue lunch on August 15 (get to observe the Assumption!) at the St. John Paul II Center (1300 South Steele Street). Event goes from 10 a to 2 p. More info: http://archden.org/vocations-walk-registration/

  7. Sconnius says:

    IHM Parish in Monona, WI has begun 12 hour adoration every Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, and the neighboring parish in Cottage Grove, WI (St. Patrick’s) has adoration every Thursday from ~8:30 AM to 12:00 PM (noon).

    Knights of Columbus in Waterloo, WI are having a First Degree for new members on Thursday August 13 @ 6:00 PM, and the Cottage Grove council is having a First Degree on Thursday September 24 @ 6:00 PM

  8. New York City: Vesper Liturgy for the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos: 6PM on Friday, August 14 at St. Michael’s Russian Catholic Chapel, 266 Mulberry Street, south of Houston St. (Nearest Subways: N/R at Prince St, D/F/M/B to Broadway/Lafayette, or 6 to Bleecker St.)

  9. Polycarpio says:

    Today is the Feast of the Transfiguration, the patronal celebration for all of El Salvador (“El Salvador” means “The Savior” and refers to the Transfigured Lord). The Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano published a 1976 Transfiguration homily by Blessed Oscar Romero that I translated to Italian on my blog polycarpi.blogspot.com. Of course, many masses in El Sal. today for the Feast of the Transfiguration.

  10. Titus says:

    Nashville:

    Weekly TLM – Starting this Sunday, August 9, we have a weekly offering of the Mass in the Extraordinary Form by a priest with faculties, at 8:30 a.m. at the Church of the Assumption.

    Solemn VespersSt. Mary’s downtown is trying to get Sunday Second Vespers up and running on a regular basis. They held them last week; I don’t see Vespers on the parish calendar for the 9th, but if you’re in the area you might shoot the church an email and check (or at least express your interest in attending). If you’re anywhere near Nashville and haven’t looked in on what Fr. Baker is doing at St. Mary’s, you’re missing out.

  11. Titus says:

    P.S. for Nashville:

    The celebrant of the weekly E.F. Mass, Fr. Terry McGowan, will be giving a presentation and answering questions about the E.F. immediately following the 8:30 a.m. Mass on the 9th. There will be food and drink.

  12. de_cupertino says:

    The St. Ann choir is singing a polyphonic (OF) Mass for the vigil of the Assumption, next Friday, August 14. Eight o’clock pm at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Palo Alto, California.

    St. Catherine in Burlingame, CA, is starting a schola for their monthly Extraordinary Form Mass. See website for more info: stcatherinelatinmass.org.

    pax.
    michael

  13. Lori Pieper says:

    I am happy to announce that The Pope John Paul I Association is now offering holy cards with Papa Luciani’s picture and prayer for his intercession by the Bishop of Belluno (well intercession-ish, because he is still just a Servant of God). There is no charge for the cards, but we do accept donations. You can get them here.

    https://popejpi.org/index.php/prayer-cards/

    Also keep the site bookmarked and check back in a week or so because we will soon be making a big announcement!

  14. Grateful to be Catholic says:

    In Washington, DC, at St. Thomas Apostle Church, an Extraordinary Form Missa Cantata will be celebrated at 10:00 am on the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, August 15. The Mass is part of a day of recollection beginning at 8:30 with talks and opportunity for Confession.

  15. downyduck says:

    7th Annual Pro-Life Diaper Drive, 3rd weekend. We collect diapers, wipes, and cash to supply clients of St. Vincent de Paul.

    Trying to organize a prayer service- maybe even a Mass of reparation- for Priests for Life’s Week of Prayer to End the Evils of Planned Parenthood.

  16. PMK says:

    @ReginaMarie – I am a volunteer at Mt St Macrina, the weekend is wonderful. Prayers for good weather.

  17. KateD says:

    March in defense of the unborn victims of abortion OCTOBER 3, 2015 at

    THE WALK FOR LIFE CENTRAL COAST – SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA

    8:00 am – ROSARY – San Luis Obispo Mission
    9:00 am – MASS WITH BISHOP GARCIA – San Luis Obispo Mission
    10:00 am – CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST – SLO Mission Courtyard
    11:00 am – PRO LIFE RALLY – Mission Plaza
    12:00 pm – 7th ANNUAL WALK FOR LIFE CENTRAL COAST – through down town SLO
    12:30 pm – PRO LIFE MINISTRY FAIRE AND BBQ – Mitchell Park

    Hope to see you there!

  18. Elizabeth D says:

    Madison Catholics are welcome to join our book study of Peter Kreeft’s _Back to Virtue_ 6-7:30pm Thursdays at Holy Redeemer Church in the library downstairs. Obtain the book on your own. We just did week 2 out of 6 this evening though, so hurry.

    After that finishes, you might be interested in a study in the same place, day of the week and time of the Book of Revelation based on the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible New Testament, to begin after Labor Day, most likely the first Thursday after Labor Day (watch the Cathedral Parish bulletin for official announcement).

  19. Fatherof7 says:

    On August 15, there is the annual Feast of the Assumption mass at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help near Green Bay, WI. It is the only Church approved apparition site in the country.

    http://www.shrineofourladyofgoodhelp.com/calendar-schedule/

  20. AmjdhA says:

    This fall the Archdiocese for the Military Services will hold its first-ever retreat for priests who are already ordained and serving in a religious order or civilian diocese but are discerning a call to service as a Catholic priest chaplain in the US military. The retreat is in Washington DC from October 5-9. All expenses, including travel, will be paid. More details, contact information, and a retreat application form are at http://www.milarch.org/site/c.dwJXKgOUJiIaG/b.9292945/k.91FA/For_God_and_Country_Retreat.htm.

  21. JonPatrick says:

    Beginning in September 2015, the Traditional Latin Mass will be offered on a monthly basis at St. Denis Church in Fort Fairfield, (near Caribou) Maine. This is the first time in more than 45 years that the Church’s ancient liturgy will available in this part of the country. Fr. Kyle Doustou a newly ordained priest of the diocese has a great devotion to the Extraordinary Form and in fact prayed his first Mass as a priest last year in the EF.

    Father is looking for financial support to cover the expenses of obtaining the necessary altar cards, vestments etc. He has set up a gofundme site for that purpose:

    http://www.gofundme.com/NorthernMaineTLM

  22. Robert_H says:

    Sacred Heart of Jesus in Grand Rapids, Mich. will have a Missa Cantata TLM for the Vigil of the Assumption on Friday, Aug. 14 at 7pm.

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  24. For the D.C. metro area –

    TLM Vigil Feast of the Assumption
    In Charles Town West Virginia, Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, Friday August 14 starting at 7:30 P.M. candlelight procession and solemn high Mass in anticipation of and fulfilling the obligation for the Feast of the Assumption, Priory of the Canons of the New Jerusalem. chants and polyphony.
    301 South George Street, Charles Town WV 25414. [that’s the former old church of St James parish].

    AND priestly ordinations, Saturday October 17 2015, 10 AM,
    the old pre-1962 rite of ordination, of two deacons of the Canons of the New Jerusalem.
    Bishop Athanasius Schneider [yes, THAT bishop!] ordaining, at
    St James the Greater Roman Catholic Church [the new big church of St James parish]
    49 Crosswinds Drive, Charles Town WV
    in the presence of Bishop Michael Bransfield, bishop of Wheeling-Charleston.

  25. ByzCath08 says:

    Vesper Divine Liturgy at 7PM on 8/14/15 for the Dormition of the Holy Theotokos. Divine Liturgy at 12PM on 8/15/15 for the Dormition of the Holy Theotokos.

    http://www.byzantinetucson.com

  26. KateD says:

    Who: YOU
    What: NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST AGAINST PLANNED PARENTHOOD
    When: August 22, 2015 from 9:00 am to 11:00am
    Where: Check with your parish, but most likely it will be at your local Planned Parenthood.
    Why: DEFUND PLANNED PARENTHOOD!