Sunday, May 04, 2014

The Populus Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage 2014

The third annual Populus Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage will take place in Rome 23-26 October 2014. This year the highlights include a joint Mass with Juventutem to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the Juventutem movement and Pontifical High Mass at St Peter's celebrated by Cardinal Burke. The Juventutem Anniversary Mass will take place at 6.30pm on Friday, October 24, at Trinità dei Pellegrini, and earlier in the day there will be a series of special events for Juventutem led by Fr. de Malleray FSSP, chaplain of Juventutem. Pontifical High Mass in Saint Peter's will be celebrated by Cardinal Burke on Saturday 25 October at 12pm. The closing Mass of the pilgrimage, celebrating the Solemnity of Christ the King, will take place at the Monastery of San Benedetto, Norcia. More details of the pilgrimage are available here.

Thursday, October 23, 7.15pm
Solemn Vespers and welcome of the pilgrims at Trinità dei Pellegrini, Rome

Friday October 24, 3.45pm
Via Crucis on the Palatine hill

Friday October 24, 6.30pm
Solemn Mass at Trinità dei Pellegrini (Juventutem Anniversary Mass)

Saturday October 25, 9.30am
Eucharistic adoration at the Chiesa Nuova followed by the procession to Saint Peter’s Basilica.

Saturday October 25, 12pm
Pontifical High Mass in Saint Peter celebrated by His Eminence, Raymond Cardinal Burke.

Sunday October 26
Solemnity of Christ the King, celebrated in Norcia and lunch with the Benedictine Monks.
(Other Masses will be offered in Rome for pilgrims not travelling to Norcia)

If you are in the USA, Fr. Tim Davison, Pastor of SS Peter & Paul in Tulsa, OK, will be leading a pilgrimage to Rome and Norcia, Italy departing from New York. This pilgrimage, which runs from 20-28 October 2014 will join together with the Populus Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage in Rome. Details of this pilgrimage can be found here.

Some photographs of last year's Populus Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage:

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