Summorum Pontificum

July 9, 2007

In Honor of Benedict XVI
Summorum Pontificum

MISSA CANTATA

The Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Friday | September 14 | 7:00 p.m.

St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church
Peoria, AZ

Rev. Fr. Loren W. Gonzales | Celebrant
Mr. Eric A. Ramos | Choir Master
St. Charles Borromeo Combined Choirs

Latin/English Missals, Hymnals and Chapel Veils Provided

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5 Responses to “Summorum Pontificum”

  1. Anita Moore said

    First rate! We need to offer prayers of thanksgiving for the Motu Proprio. I think we also need to pray for the obedience necessary to implement its provisions.

  2. Anonymous said

    ld Looks like you are going to have a fine time my friend…

    So tell me, what would you do if I politely refused the chapel veil?

    You-Know-Who

  3. Anonymous said

    Hope the following is of interest:

    Baronius Press announces its intention to launch a new “Motu Proprio” Edition its best selling 1962 Missal.

    Following the Holy Father’s Motu Proprio, Baronius Press, is delighted and honoured to announce a Motu Proprio Edition of the 1962 Daily Missal, to be published on the Feast of the Holy Triumph (September 14th 2007).

    This will include the full text of the Motu Proprio in Latin and English.

    http://www.baroniuspress.com

  4. Paul said

    God bless you, Father!

  5. Hebdomadary said

    Congratulations Father, congratulations indeed. May your life of priesthood be blessed with many more such missae cantatae. “Go, go, go, with the Motu Propri-Ooooo!!” I know that’s silly, but I couldn’t resist. What a blessing for the church!

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