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FSSP Sung Mass Training for Priests 7-11 May in Denton, Nebraska

Spring 2012 – Sung TLM Mass Priest Training
will be having its next Sung Mass Training Sessions from 7-11 May in Denton, Nebraska.
For more information, please visit http://fssptraining.org

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SEATTLE: Wed 7 March – Solemn TLM with Archbp. Sartain

I had a note from a reader which gave little information other than that it seems that His Excellency Most Rev. Peter Sartain, Archbishop of Seattle, will participate at a Solemn Mass in the Extraordinary Form  … tonight, Wednesday 7 March.
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REVIEW: FSSP TLM ORDO

The nice people at the Fraternity of St. Peter’s offices sent me a copy of their Ordo.
I looked at the Angelus Press Ordo recently and posted about it.
My initial observations about the FSSP Ordo are a) the FSSP is in … Continue reading

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FSSP stats

I picked this up from our friends at Rorate Coeli:

As of 1 October 2011, the FPPS has 392 members, including 228 Priests, 10 Deacons, and 154 non-diaconal Seminarians.

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Brick by Brick: Personal Parish Granted to the FSSP in Fort Wayne

For your Brick By Brick file.
A reader alerted me to the following from The TLM in Michiana:
Personal Parish Granted to the FSSP in Fort Wayne
Father Gabet announced at Mass this morning that Bishop Kevin Rhoades in a letter to the … Continue reading

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Houston: Extraordinary Form PARISH to be established by Card. DiNardo

Speaking of Houston, I just noticed that our friends at Rorate posted this.
For your Brick by Brick file.
Wonderful news for the faithful of the largest city in the great state: a full Parish, exclusively dedicated to the Traditional Roman Liturgy … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Can FSSP priest say Mass in the Ordinary Form?

From a reader:
My diocese has a priest shortage, [you are not alone] and the priests we do have, many are well-passed retirement age in their 80′s and getting close to their 90′s. There’s a major concern that in the near … Continue reading

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ATTENTION PRIESTS: Low Mass training seminar – USA – 12-16 September

There will be a training seminar in the USA for priests to learn the Extraordinary Form. It is offered by the FSSP. Click here for the page.
This five-day training workshop is hosted by Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary … Continue reading

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Broken Arrow by Broken Arrow

Happy news was related to me via email.
One of WDTPRS’s favorite American bishops, His Excellency Most Rev. Edward Slattery of Tulsa, Oklahoma found a place for the FSSP in Broken Arrow, home of one of the great pitchers of all … Continue reading

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James MacMillan: TLM not the “usual trendy rubbish” (Fr. Z rants)

The fine composer James MacMillan (who wrote music for the Papal Visit to the UK and who also has a superb Seven Last Words) has comments about his participation at a TLM in Amsterdam.
My emphases and comments.
April 6th, 2011 15:48
An … Continue reading

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