Was there a good point made in the sermon you heard at the Mass you frequented in fulfillment of your Sunday obligation?
Let us know what it was!
For my part, I am not scheduled today! However, each year the seminarians of the diocese gather with the bishop for a week. Today, a couple of the newly ordained will join them for a Solemn Mass in the Extraordinary Form that they themselves organized! I’ve haven’t lifted a finger, though I will probably hoist my Liber Usualis and join the schola. It has been while, but I think I can still make out those squiggles.
Here are some shots from the Solemn Mass the seminarians organized with the newly ordained. There were a few bumps along the way, but I am unspeakably proud of what they accomplished. Also, this was the first TLM ever for the 1 year ordained celebrant. A young priest ordained about 6 weeks was the MC and the deacons were ordained a couple months ago.
Again, they did this and I didn’t have much to do with it at all. They did it!
I also want to thanks the readers who have participated in the BIRETTAS FOR SEMINARIANS PROJECT. You can see the fruit of your generosity. NB: New year… new crop of seminarians. I’m just sayin’.
Some practice beforehand.
And so Mass begins. Cope because of the Asperges.
Getting ready for the Epistle.
The Canon continues.
Anyway, that is a glimpse of how these seminarians had Sunday Mass.
We’ve gotchyer “lío” right here.
In a way… THIS was my Sunday sermon.
I’m tell you, this works.