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Brick By Brick: Extraordinary Form training in seminaries – FOLLOW UP

From a seminarian:
I responded before to your inquiry about what training was or was not being offered in seminaries in the celebration of the Extraordinary Form. At the time you inquired there was no training offered for the EF. Therefore, … Continue reading

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D. Springfield, MA – 5 Aug: 1st Solemn TLM since… well… since the ’60′s.

For your Brick by Brick file this is from a reader:
On Sunday, August 5, at 10:30 am, a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form will be held at Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, 84 K Street, Turners Falls, Montague, … Continue reading

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ENGLAND – Fr. Finigan’s parish, O.L. of the Rosary’s patronal feast 7 OCT: He has a GREAT idea!

Are you in England?  Anywhere near London?
The great Fr. Finigan has posted on his mighty blog, The Hermeneutic of Continuity, the plans for the patronal feast of the parish, Our Lady of the Rosary.  They will have a Solemn Mass … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick in Duluth – 14 Sept. Solemn TLM (Great story behind this!)

For your “Brick by Brick” file, from the site of the Diocese of Duluth where the His Excellent Most, and I do mean Most Reverend Paul Sirba is Bishop, comes this. I have written about Bp. Sirba before, here.
The Northern … Continue reading

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Brick by brick: Italian, papal version

“Mattone su mattone.”
I found this phrase, thanks to an alert reader, in a post about the recent papal Mass during the Holy Father’s trip to Venice.   You know, the trip with the issue about the Murano glass vessels.  Check out … Continue reading

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ENGLAND: TLM training for priests and servers concluded, new session announced for August

From the Latin Mass Society in England with a few edits:
THE LMS’s Seventh Training Conference for Priests and Servers Successfully Concluded
Over thirty clerics and laymen attended the Latin Mass Society’s seventh residential training conference for the training of priests in … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick in Amsterdam

If it can be done in Amsterdam, it can be done anywhere.
NLM has a page with some photos of a recent Pontifical Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Amsterdam.
Friends, don’t just sit and wish you could have one.  Sure, the … Continue reading

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A report on my urgent appeal to help with a crisis pregnancy

Sunday I took up the cause posted by my friend Fr. Finigan about swiftly gathering money and necessary things for a young woman in a “crisis pregnancy”.  My post was here.  I got on board because I know Fr. Finigan … Continue reading

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NEW! Fr. Z’s “Brick By Brick” store

I am glad to announce that with the help of WDTPRS’s official photoshopper, the great Vincenzo, I have opened a
"Brick By Brick" Cafepress site.

There are so far, large and small coffee mugs, stackable mugs, and rectangular … Continue reading

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