Friday, May 14, 2021

The 3rd Summorum Pontificum Convention in Mexico Next Month

The Summorum Pontificum Convention is an international Catholic gathering in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico - land of the Cristeros - dedicated to promoting the liturgical, spiritual, theological, and artistic traditions of the Church. The convention takes its name from Pope Benedict XVI’s Motu Propio from 2007 in which he wrote about the traditional Roman Rite, “What earlier generations held as sacred, remains sacred and great for us too.”
This year’s convention will feature speakers such as Fr Javier Olivera Ravasi, Dr Peter Kwasniewski, Matt Fradd, and Gregory DiPippo, as well as His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Cardinal Burke who will celebrate three pontifical Masses, including a priestly ordination for the Fraternity of St. Peter. There are also opportunities to participate in workshops for sacred music and for serving the Traditional Latin Mass, a concert of sacred music, and a Cristero tour of historic Guadalajara (Simultaneous translation will be available for both English and Spanish during the conferences). Tickets for virtual participation are also available.

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