Thursday, November 08, 2018

All Saints and All Souls Photopost 2018 (Part 1)

As is usually the case, we received many more photographs of All Souls liturgies than All Saints, and once again, it’s great to see that all of them have black vestments. We begin with a nice variety of things from six different countries, including a Pontifical Mass; be sure to scroll down for a video with little bit of the traditional chant for the Office of the Dead from the Glagolitic liturgy used in Croatia. A real bumper crop of submissions has come in, so there will be at least two more posts of them. Thanks to all those who sent these in - evangelize through beauty!

Santa Maria del Carmine - Milan, Italy
St Birinus Catholic Church - Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
A commemorative plaque asking people to prayer for John and Elizabeth Davey, the founders of St Birinus, which was one one of the first Catholic Churches built after the restoration of the Catholic hierarchy.
Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity - Thomas Aquinas College, Santa Paula, California
St Monica - Mishiwaka, Indiana
Photos courtesy of Mr James JR Richardson. This was the first solemn Mass in the traditional rite in this church since the post-Conciliar reforms.
Collegiate Church of St Just - Lyon, France (FSSP)
Salesian University - Rome, Italy
St John Cantius - Chicago, Illinois
Pontifical Requiem Mass with HE Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary of Chicago; the Requiem Mass of Mozart was sung. Photos courtesy of AMDG Photography.
Monastère St Benoit - La Garde- Freinet, France
Church of Ss Peter and Paul Church - Veli Iž, Dalmatia, Croatia,
OF Mass of All Saints, celebated ad orientem and in Church Slavonic.
OF Requiem Mass, also ad orientem
Vespers for the Dead from the traditional rite, with the traditional Glagolitic chants.

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