Monday, September 23, 2019

Reminder: The next Traditional Latin Mass will be on Sunday, Oct. 13th, 2019

The next Traditional Latin Mass will be at 2:30 pm on October 13, 2019, at the New St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 510 Roosevelt, Nampa 83686 - the 18th Sunday after Pentecost. Father Vogel will be saying the Missa Cantata, a sung Mass with Gregorian chant. After Mass there will be hospitality in the Narthex; snacks and/or finger foods are welcome. Please invite friends and relatives to join you.

Please be advised that Fr. Vogel will now provide holy communion for both Gluten Sensitive and Gluten Intolerant worshipers at the monthly TLM at St. Paul’s by using a separate chalice (containing the Precious Blood only without an added host particle). Father asks these worshipers to receive at the communion rail after communion has been distributed to all others.

"Martyrdom is nothing in comparison with the Mass, because martyrdom is the sacrifice of man to God, whereas the Mass is the Sacrifice of God for man!" - CurĂ© d’Ars, St. John Marie Vianney

Cardinal Sarah’s Cri de Coeur: The Catholic Church Has Lost Its Sense of the Sacred

[The following is from an interview at National Catholic Register]

Cardinal Sarah’s Cri de Coeur: The Catholic Church Has Lost Its Sense of the Sacred Edward Pentin interview with Robert Card. Sarah at National Catholic Register

Pentin: Why do you think more and more young people are attracted to traditional liturgy / the extraordinary form?

I do not think so. I see it; I am a witness to it. And young people have entrusted me with their absolute preference for the extraordinary form, more educative and more insistent on the primacy and centrality of God, silence and on the meaning of the sacred and divine transcendence. But, above all, how can we understand, how can we not be surprised and deeply shocked that what was the rule yesterday is prohibited today? Is it not true that prohibiting or suspecting the extraordinary form can only be inspired by the demon who desires our suffocation and spiritual death?

Read the whole article at NCR here