UPDATE 17 Nov 2018:
From a reader… more movement in Florida. I think this was cut and pasted to me, but… oh well.
Father Z – thought you’d like to see Florida is headed in the right direction. From Fr. Jeremiah Payne in the Orlando Diocese: For the first time in Palm Bay in 53 years, come join us at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Babcock Street for the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, often known as the Traditional Latin Mass, celebrated under the provision of Pope Benedict XVI’s Summorum Pontificum on Gaudete Sunday, December 16th, at 1:30 PM. Fr. Jeremiah will be the celebrant, celebrating his first traditional Latin Mass in public. We hope to make this, at minimum, a monthly event. Please be generous in your support. Save the liturgy; save the world.
Originally Published on: Nov 2, 2018
I received wonderful news this morning. A kind soul informed me that a regular Sunday Traditional Latin Mass will be implemented. Here’s what I received:
Great news! Another traditional Mass is starting up in the Diocese of Palm Beach—in Vero Beach. 12 pm Sundays! beginning the First Sunday of Advent 2 December at Saint John of the Cross 7590 26st Street, Vero Beach, Florida 32966.
We are very grateful to the decision-makers who have made this possible.
Please share this invitation with friends in Vero Beach!
This comes from the Friends of the Traditional Mass Jupiter
What really makes my socks roll up and down with this news is that my mother lives a stone’s throw away and I get down there to visit when I can. As a matter of fact, I’ll be there next week.
Brick by brick, friends. This is how we reclaim our Catholic identity.
We need side by side, frequent, offerings of the TLM everywhere.
You’ve seen how things are going in the Church.
‘C’MON FATHERS! Let’s get going!