Thanksgiving Mass alert

Today, Mass will be at 1800 GMT 1300 EST.

I will be saying Mass in thanksgiving for benefactors.

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Rudy of CC says:

    Happy Thanksgiving day Fr. Z.

  2. joe says:

    Where ?
    I’ve been searching for a Latin Mass in Minesota & Wisconsin for two days.

  3. You can find the TLM in S. St. Paul at St. Augustine’s.

  4. Barbara says:

    I missed your request for guardian angels for yesterday’s Mass. I
    will send you my angel to you today. Maybe my angel can attend Mass
    today in my place, for I am recovering from the flu. The mind and
    heart were willing, but the body was not.

  5. Ray from MN says:

    Beginning this Sunday, the First Sunday of Advent, the beginning of the Liturgical Year, St. Agnes parish in St. Paul will be celebrating the Extraordinary Form Mass on every first, third and fifth Sunday of the Month. I would imagine that there will be a full house this weekend. Their Schola will perform the Asperges II, Mass XVII (Kyrie A), Credo II.

    Most Sunday Masses in the Fall, Winter and Spring will have performances by a professional orchestra and the Twin Cities Catholic Chorale.

    The Novus Ordo Mass will continue to be celebrated in Latin on the Second and Fourth Sundays of the Month.

    Look for me in right section of pews, “up with the Pharisees.” (Where they don’t have those blasted heaters that cramp my legs and feet).

    St. Augustine’s (and Holy Trinity) in South St. Paul offer an EF Mass daily.

  6. Ray from MN says:

    Ooops. The time of the Sunday Masses in Latin is 10:00 a.m. and they last about two hours.

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