Daily Archives: 22 March 2020

ACTION ITEM – In this time of mostly private Masses, priests should use the Traditional Latin Mass, the Extraordinary Form!

From a priest … QUAERITUR: All priests in many countries are now just doing private masses. How about saying them in ef? Thats my plan. [kudos!] Same time every day in the parish church. Can’t get more obviously private than … Read More

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ACTION ITEM: 1000 subscribers for YouTube live stream – UPDATE

Thinking ahead. To be able to live stream to YouTube with my mobile phone, I need 1000 subscribers. Can you give me a hand? HERE UPDATE 23 March: Thank you, dear readers, for helping with this. I had hoped to … Read More

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POLL: Did you watch a live stream of Mass for Laetare Sunday 2020?

In this time of coronavirus, when people are closed in and Masses have been cancelled, in most places the obligation to hear Mass has been lifted. Otherwise, because of circumstances, you do not have an obligation that you cannot fulfill. … Read More

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LAETARE Sunday 2020 Rose Vestment POLL

Did you see rosacea vestments today (hopefully not baby-rattle pink)? Anyone can vote, but only registered and approved users can add comments. What did you see and how did you see it?

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes – 4th Sunday of Lent 2020 Laetare – putting you in the chalice

Was there a good point made in the sermon you heard at the Mass that fulfilled your Sunday Obligation? What was it? There are a lot of people who don’t get many good points in the sermons they must endure. … Read More

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Laetare Sunday, Mass, live video 0730 CDT

I’ll be saying Mass, in an empty church, on Sunday morning.  0730 CDT  (GTM -5) It’ll be strange.   But I’ll have you all with me one way or another. HERE  

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