Friday, October 11, 2019

Photo- and Videopost Catch-Up, October 2019

We are always happy to receive photos and videos of your liturgies, even when we haven’t specifically asked for them for a major feast. Here are a few items that have been sent in recently, and one (my apologies!) not so recently. I also include here a nice little documentary on the Usus Antiquior, featuring Cardinal Burke and our own Ben Yanke.

Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima - Trnava, Slovkia
In the city of Trnava, the traditional rite was introduced on the feast of Assumption of Our Lady, with a Solemn Mass celebrated in the presence of Archbishop Ján Orosch, and his vicar, Canon Róbert Kiss, by the private secretary and master of ceremonies of archdiocese Fr. Ľubomír Urbančok. More then 200 people partecipated; the regular celebration of the TLM is held every Sunday and holy day of obligation in this chapel within the archiepiscopal residence.
Tradition will always be for the young!
Mater Ecclesiae - Berlin, New Jersey
Closing Mass of 40 Hours Devotion, celebrated on Sunday. October 6th, the external solemnity of the feast of the Most Holy Rosary. (Photos by Tom Tonelli)
Immaculate Heart of Mary - Glasgow, Scotland
Last month, we featured pictures of a Pontifical Mass celebrated on the Exaltation of the Holy Crossby H.E. Raymond Cardinal Burke at the church of the Immaculate Heart in the Balornock district of Glasgow. Una Voce Scotland has just made a video of the complete ceremony available.

Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa - Santa Rosa, California
As we have noted on some other occasions, the sister sacristans make these designs with the amice ties when laying out the vestments for their chaplain, Fr Jeffrey Keyes, who very kindly sends us these photos.

Sacred Heart on First Friday
Sept. 21, the symbol of St Matthew, a winged man.
Sept. 23, Padre Pio
Sept. 25, a tomahawk for the North American Martyrs
 Oct. 2, the Guardian Angels
Oct. 3, St Thérèse of Lisieux (EF)
Oct. 7, the feast of the Holy Rosary

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