Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Traditional Latin Mass in Salem: June 1st, 7am

Starting June 1st and the first Sunday of each month,  Saint Joseph's Church in Salem will be having the Traditional Latin Mass.

The Mass is a Missa Cantata, which is a sung Mass.   

It will be at the 7:00 am mass and it's a great way to start the day. 

If you have a Latin missal of your own please bring it.  There will be some available for your use if needed.

This is a great way to learn about the beauty of this mass and learn more about our Faith.

All are welcome. 

 G.K Chesterton responded to the idea that Latin is a "dead" language: "Every living language is a dying language, even if it does not die. Parts of it are perpetually perishing or changing their sense; there is only one escape from that flux; and a language must die to be immortal."


Peter said...

Thank you Carolyn. Let's hope that many come and that this Mass spreads throughout the Archdiocese. God bless.

VOCAL said...

You're welcome. It is a good thing for all people to at least know what the Traditional Latin mass is all about.

Tony said...

The Traditional Latin Mass is THE MASS OF THE AGES!! God Bless Archbishop Sample for his courage in saving souls through the Traditional Latin Mass!!

VOCAL said...

Your love of this mass matches that of the Archbishop. He certainly has holy boldness and we are so blessed to have him as our shepherd.

Thanks for your enthusiasm it is contagious.