Wednesday, 23 January 2013
Latin Mass in Washington DC thanks to Rorate Caeli
Posted by Supertradmum
For those going to the March for Life this Friday, here is a tip from Rorate Caeli:
The parish that offers the only public traditional Latin Mass in Washington, D.C., will be the site of all the Masses: Saint Mary, Mother of God, church at 5th and H streets, Northwest. The closest Metro station is Gallery Place / Chinatown, using the 7th and H street exit and walking two blocks to Old Saint Mary's.
Here is a list of traditional Latin Masses scheduled to be offered there on Friday, 25 January, before and after the March for Life:
7 a.m. Low Mass
8 a.m. High Mass for the feast of the conversion of Saint Paul, with Saint Peter commemorated, in remembrance of, and for the respose of, the soul of Miss Nellie Gray. Organized by the Paulus Institute for the Propagation of Sacred Liturgy, the Mass will be offered by Father Gregory Pendergraft, F.S.S.P. The parish schola of men will chant the propers of the Mass, and a mixed choir will sing Josef Gabriel Rhineberger's "Mass in G" and polyphonic motets. Details may be found here.
After the 8 a.m. High Mass, it is likely that several visiting priests will offer TLMs at the three altars in the sanctuary. In the past, the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate and various diocesan clergy have offered traditional Latin Low Masses at the main and side altars on the morning of the March. "Concelebration" -- traditionalist style.
6 p.m. Pontifical High Mass to be offered by Bishop Joseph Perry of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Organized by Michigan, a young adult group, this will be a Requiem Mass for the repose of the souls of Catholics who worked for the pro-life cause, such as Miss Nellie Gray. The parish schola of men will chant the propers and ordinary of the Mass, and a mixed choir will sing polyphonic motets. Father Gregory Pendergraft, F.S.S.P., will be the MC. It will be followed by an Italian dinner for young adults. Details may be found here.