Adiutorium nostrum in nomine Domini

August 13, 2007

I had quite a number of calls today asking me to schedule a daily Traditional Mass. Good and faithful Catholics are well aware of Pope Benedict’s recent Motu Proprio. Gentlemen: Anyone interested in serving at a regularly scheduled Low Mass? I am seriously considering a Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. Mass. Please pray for me as I discern the answer to this pastoral need.

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5 Responses to “Adiutorium nostrum in nomine Domini”

  1. Anonymous said

    I would be interested Father. Liam

  2. rev fr lw gonzales said

    Liam,

    I’ll get some material together for you. Thanks!

  3. Hebdomadary said

    Oh, Father, if only you were in the San Diego Diocese, as is the mass of which you picture. Alas, it looks like there will be a daily mass, but at 12:05pm., M-S. As a full time student, and soon a teacher, that will rule me out of that one. You can’t cross town on a lunch half hour for mass, more’s the pity.

    Before work or even after is a better time slot. After-work masses at say 6:00 or 6:30pm are common in England, where I lived for nearly a decade. It works. If I could be in your diocese, I’d be there to serve for you first thing every day!

    Come on guys, step up! It’s not hard, and what an experience it is.

  4. kms said

    I’ve never been to one. If I go, what do I wear? I do not have a veil. Do I need a missal?

    Some help for the uninformed needed here. 🙂

  5. Anonymous said

    Father,
    I live in Hillsbourough NC, 100 miles from the only Classical Rite in the state.
    Could you please recommend a priest in North Carolina who can offer daily mass.
    We would pay you handsomely to come to us and offer the sacrifice, Please.
    God bless you.

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