ACTION ITEM! Subscribe to video stream of Ss. Trinità in Rome for Traditional Masses LIVE

My adoptive parish in Rome, Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini, the official parish in Rome for the traditional Roman Rite, will be video streaming Masses. However, for YouTube to allow them to stream LIVE, they have to have at least 1000 subscribers.

Right now they have 758. LET’S CHANGE THAT!




It’s 11:41…  I posted this at 11:24.

You broke the 1000 barrier!

Keep going!



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  1. Josephus Muris Saliensis says:

    Wonderful, so many happy memories of this church, including the Scared Triduum 3 years ago. How timous this is as churches close all over benighted Europe!

    But if you are there, dear Father, please get them to do something about the ghastly video and sound quality. Like some dial-up of 20 years ago!

  2. ex seaxe says:

    Thank you Father. I may need that before long.
    Can you ask them to add to the date a mention of what from the temporale or sanctorale is being celebrated, especially if they have the chance for a votive Mass in time of pestilence.

  3. Elizium23 says:

    Subscribed. I’m an obsessive YouTuber. Thanks for wholesome stuff.

  4. HFL says:

    As of 14:05 UTC on 14 Mar, the subscriber count is 3,510. I attended Mass at Ss. Trinità three weeks ago, the evening before returning from Rome. It was just a few days before Italy erupted with COVID-19.

  5. Jon Haines says:

    This is great. I should also mention that the FSSP began an apostolate called KephasTV in Germany many years ago. Basically they help to live-stream reverent liturgies, and they are just about to get started in the United States.
    Take a look at their new site if you’d like:

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