Sunday, December 24, 2023

Christmas 2023 Photopost Request

Our next photopost series will be for the liturgies of Christmas, whether in the Ordinary or Extraordinary Form, or any of the Eastern Rites, Ordinariate Use, etc.; as always, we will also be very glad to include other liturgical ceremonies, such as Prime on Christmas Eve, Vespers, the vigil Masses, and any liturgies celebrated during the Octave. Please send your pictures to, and don’t forget to include the name of the church and its location, and any other information which you think worth noting. Evangelize through beauty!

In the meantime, we still haven’t finished with photos of your Rorate Masses, a beautiful sign of the slow-but-steady recovery of our authentic liturgical traditions. We will definitely at least match last year’s record-breaking six posts, but there is always room for more, so feel free to send yours in to the email address given above as well. Today you will know that the Lord shall come, and in the morning, you shall see his glory!

From our first Christmas photopost of last year: the Gospel of the day Mass of Christmas at St Mary’s Oratory, the ICRSP church in Wausau, Wisconsin.
From the second post: St Michael’s Abbey in Farnborough, England, right before the Midnight Mass.

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