HUNGARY: Juventutem summer retreat

Juventutem (I wish it were Iuventutem) is on the march!  They are organizing all over the place.

I received word of this by email:

This year, Juventutem Hungary is organising it’s annual summer retreat in Sopron, St. George’s parish. At this retreat, there will be an EF mass workshop for priests and seminarians led by father Gerald Kovacs O.Praem from the priory of Gödöllő. We are also organising a latin language and a gregorian chant workshop for the faithfull to participate in.

During the retreat the complete divine office will be sung, with daily solemn mass in the extraordinary form.

Daily schedule and addresses are available on our homepage:

I assume that the language will not be restricted to Hungarian.

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

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

    Their J is for St. John Paul’s ‘Latin’ J. See, it’s a little play like that on purpose. ;)

  2. Legisperitus says:

    Respectfully, J’s pedigree in Latin is just about as venerable as that of U. We could all agree to take historicism to an extreme by rejecting the minuscule and calling it IVVENTVTEM! :)

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