Tuesday, October 30, 2007


A number of priests and parishes have emailed me today in the light of my post asking if I couldn't advertise their events.

I thought I would post them here. If others want to add their events, please do so in the comments.

Requiems for All Souls Day

Solemn High Requiem Mass
November 2, 2007 - 7:00 pm
Diocese of Norwich Connecticut
St. Bridget of Kildare Catholic Church
(860) 873-8623 - 75 Moodus Leesville Rd, Moodus, CT
Fr. Gregoire Fluet, Pastor and Chaplain for Ecclesia Dei Office for Diocese of Norwich

There will be a sung Requiem Mass on All Soul's Day at 6pm according to the usus antiquor at St. Margaret Mary in Oakland, CA offered by Fr. Weiner of the Institute of Christ the King with the music provided by the Pacific Collegium. The Collegium
is an accomplished professional early music ensemble and provides music for the usus antiquor liturgies at St. MM on a regular basis.

Requiem Mass
Our annual remembrance of the Holy Souls and those in particular who have died since last November. This year we present a newly commissioned Requiem Mass by New York composer, William Hawley. His Excellency Archbishop George Niederauer will celebrate and preach at the Mass. Our Solemn Mass Choir and Orchestra will be joined by the San Francisco Choral Artists. This is a popular event; please come early. Memorials for the program may be made by filling-out one of the forms, available from the office. This should be done by Saturday, October 27, to allow time for the program to be printed. (or by email)
Contact Name: Simon Berry
Contact Phone: 415-674-0430
Contact Email: simon@stdominics.org
Date: Friday, 2 Nov 2007
Time: 7:30:00 PM - 9:00:00 PM

News from Australia

His Eminence, George Cardinal Pell will celebrate a Pontifical Mass at the throne according to the 1962 missal on Saturday, 3 November 2007. The Mass will take place in St Mary’s Cathedral at 10.00 a.m. and will be a votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

A new sacred music choir (both polyphony and chant) is forming in Brisbane of Australia: www.musicasacra.com.au

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