Great photos of traditional ordinations by the FSSP

Nowy Ruch Liturgiczny has some serious liturgical eye-candy to accompany their note about the recent FSSP ordinations.  With a biretta tip to NLM.

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  1. HighMass says:

    No words can possibly discribe the beauty of this sacrament and the CHURCH!

  2. New Sister says:

    O precious sons of Mary! May the LORD bless and keep thee generously supplied with His grace, through her. Amen.

  3. William of the Old says:

    You can see the recent ordinations of the ICKSP here:

    William of the Old

  4. I feel better already…

  5. Maltese says:

    This looks like a beautiful ceremony! These guys are dedicated to ceremony and thus Tradition!

    I may seam like a repeating record, but I’m compelled to reiterate the simple truth that the majority of Catholics have their heads in the sand.

    I know that sounds harsh: just last Sunday, my family of four girls and one boy, sat behind a family of six boys and one girl!

    Wonderful stuff!

    My only point is; well, I guess my only point is Paul VI inspired me to have a baby way past the point where my wife and I should physically be having babies; so, tonight, I raise a toast to Paul VI!

  6. amsjj1002 says:

    Thanks for the link, William of the Old!

    As a supporter of ICRSS, I’ve been especially prayerful over this past week, what with ordinations and anniversaries of ordinations. I have a picture of seminarians from 2004-05, of a group that I’ve daily prayed over and kept in my thoughts — and the last two of them were ordained last week. Very emotional. I cried when I saw the photos of the laying of the hands; such a beautiful, solemn moment.

    God bless them, may they have a long, holy priesthood!

  7. Jack Hughes says:

    I can’t express how envious I am

  8. Henry says:

    Maltese: last Sunday, my family of four girls and one boy, sat behind a family of six boys and one girl!

    I know a small private daily TLM group, less than a dozen families, two of which have 8 children. At the local Sunday TLM, families with 4 to 6 children are common. A visitor asked what kind of water these trads drink. The reply that “They’re just faithful Catholics” apparently was not considered an adequate explanation.

  9. irishgirl says:

    Yay for the FSSP!

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