For a while now, I’ve been working with the Tridentine Mass Society of the Diocese of Madison.
Since I’ve been mentioning it on the blog, I’ve received notes from all over that people are forming their own societies where they are. I like to think that, perhaps, our TMSM has given some inspiration to others.
Today I received this from a reader, who is also a subscribed donor here:
I would like to inform you of some great news from the Diocese of Metuchen, NJ.
The newly formed Latin Mass Society of Central NJ will be celebrating a Solemn High Mass on 15 June, 7 pm at Our Lady of Peace, Edison. We are hoping this will be the beginning of many more celebrations of the Traditional Latin Mass in the Diocese of Metuchen.
All of the clergy involved are local Diocesan clergy, and the music is under direction of Mr. Anthony Nardino, the music director of St. Peter the Apostle Church, New Brunswick, and the music director of the Rutgers University Catholic Student Association. Some members of the schola are alumni of the Catholic Student Association (like myself) so we are hoping that more students and young adults are able to come.
We are currently spreading the word to as many people as we can, but would you be able to spread the news to your readers, some of whom may be in New Jersey and in close proximity to this Mass?
Thank you for all that you do as a priest and all that you do with your blog. I would not have discovered the beauty of Catholic tradition if it wasn’t for stumbling across your blog 3 years ago when I was in college.
Linked here is the Facebook event: HERE
I am delighted to hear about the formation of the Latin Mass Society of Central NJ.