Your Special Events (Masses… Walk For Life…)

Lately many people have written by email saying “Father! Advertise this!  Father! Advertise that!”

I can’t do that.

However: here is a place where you can post your news of events, such as Masses coming up.

Have at.

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  1. Gwen says:

    On Jan 25th, at 5:00 p.m. after the Walk for Life West Coast, join us for a Solemn High Mass for Life in the Extraordinary Form at the National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi, 610 Vallejo St. in North Beach, San Francisco. This is about a 20 minute walk from the end point of the Walk for Life. Fr Francisco Nahoe, OFM Conv, Rector of Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral in Reno, NV will be celebrant. Saint Anne’s Choir of Palo Alto, directed by Prof William Mahrt, will sing/chant the Mass.

  2. On may 31, 2014 at 11 AM, my fiancee and I will be marrying in St. Louis, MO at St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church in a Solemn High Mass. However, we do not yet have a schola. The local offerings are out of our budget. If anyone knows of folks in the area who is experienced, please let me know!

  3. Paul_S says:

    Juventutem at the March for Life:

    A variety of American Juventutem chapters are expected at the the March for Life (Juventutem Michigan, Juventutem Boston, Juventutem DC, Juventutem Miami, Juventutem Chicago, Juventutem Lehigh Valley, Juventutem Lake Charles, and some not yet affiliated (as of 8 January 2014) groups as well as young adults from the analogous “Sursum Corda” groups in Chicago, Milwaukee, and perhaps St. Louis)

    All of these groups invite our fellow young adults to come together in prayer for full respect for the dignity of all human life.

    In particular, they recommend assisting at these events with a ‘Juventutem flavor’

    Juventutem MFL Holy Hour
    Tuesday, January 21, 2014
    8:00 p.m.
    Georgetown Epiphany
    2712 Dumbarton St NW, Washington
    Further details on Facebook

    Paulus Institute Mass
    Wednesday, January 22, 2014
    Through the felicitous good will of Fr. Alfred J. Harris, The Paulus Institute for the Propagation of Sacred Liturgy has scheduled a Second Annual Nellie Gray Mass, which will follow the 2014 March for Life:
    Traditional Latin Solemn Mass
    6:00 p.m., St. Mary Mother of God Church (5th&H, NW)
    Celebrant: Dom Philip Anderson, O.S.B., Abbot of Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey.
    The Solemn Mass is co-sponsored by The Lyceum School of Classical Catholic Education (whose Schola Cantorum will sing the Mass), Juventutem Michigan, and Juventutem DC.

    The Institute’s press release can be read here. The Paulus Institute will create a Facebook event for the Mass.

    Post-Mass Juventutem Social
    Wednesday, January 22, 2014
    Immediately after the Mass with Abbot Anderson, there will be a Juventutem social across the street at Market to Market, for young adults (18-35), musicians, and clerics. Facebook event: post-Mass Juventutem young adult social.

    Juventutem Michigan looks forward to seeing Abbot Anderson again. Clear Creek hosted JM’s 2013 Alternative Spring Break trip (pictures) and will receive young adults again: 3-8 March 2014. Students and young adults from around the country are welcome to express ASB interest via this form.
    If you would like updates from Juventutem Michigan, please send your email address to our text message line: (313) 736-5463

  4. janeway529 says:

    On Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 6PM, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles will be celebrating its 10th Annual Shantigarh Requiem for the Unborn at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. It will be live-streamed for those unable to attend in person at this link:

    “Coming together as an Archdiocesan family in the celebration of life is an important moment in the life of our Local Church, and it is my hope that we fill our Cathedral to overflowing. This is not simply a gathering for activists, but rather, an opportunity for all to proclaim aloud this most basic tenet of our faith.

    This Liturgy, with its original score and extraordinary Ceremony of Light is the Church at its most sincere and most convincing when it comes to the issue of the right of the unborn to breathe that first breath. I urge you to be present with us this evening.” -Most Rev. Jose H. Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles

    For more information:

  5. ReginaMarie says:

    For those attending the upcoming March for Life in Washington, DC…before you head on down to the Dubliner, join us at 3 p.m. at the US Supreme Court to pray the Akathist to the Mother of God with His Grace, Bishop John Kudrick of the Eparchy of Parma, the Sisters from Christ the Bridegroom Monastery, the ByzanTeens & the other young & young-at-heart Byzantine Catholics.

  6. UncleBlobb says:

    On or around January 25th, I will be celebrating the one year anniversary of the occasion of meeting Father Z. in person in Washington, DC at the best-est blognic eh-vur!!! I will be toasting you, Father Z.!

  7. jbalza007 says:

    On Jan 25th, 2014, the annual Walk for Life West Coast takes place in San Francisco, California. Sancta Trinitas, Unus Deus: The Traditional Latin Mass Society of San Francisco ( will have a table at the Walk for Life Info Faire at the Civic Center Plaza. We would like to see the TLM Communities join forces and possibly walking together with banners of their communities, as well as helping out at the Info Faire table.

    The TLM Communities are invited to bring brochures, business cards or other informational material fit for the occasion to promote the sanctity of life and of the Traditional Latin Mass. For more information please contact us or call Jay Balza at 707-319-7549.

  8. JonPatrick says:

    Maine Right to Life Committee is sponsoring a Hands around the Capitol Rally and March at the state capital in Augusta Maine Saturday Jan. 18th. (41st anniv. Roe vs. Wade) starting at St. Michael’s School Gym 56 Sewall St. Augusta at 11 AM. Preceded by Mass at St. Mary’s Church 41 Western Ave. at 10 AM.

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