Posts Tagged ‘Tridentine’

Days of the traditional Mass in Latin may be numbered

Thursday, June 10th, 2021

Catholics who prefer the traditional Mass in Latin may find their days of worship in that language and style are numbered. The Congregation for the Divine Worship is rumoured to be preparing a document modifying some of the provisions of Benedict XVI ’s July 2007  Summorum Pontificum, specifying the circumstances in which priests may celebrate Read more

20 year old NZ woman becomes a hermit in Ireland

Monday, May 20th, 2019

A New Zealand woman has become just the second person to join an order of nuns who maintain a vow of silence and live as hermits in west Cork. Sr Anne Marie, formerly known as Hannah Loeman, professed her vows before Tridentine priest, Fr Thomas Le Gal and her fellow nun, Mother Irene. “I arrived here Read more

New quasi-parish established for Latin mass

Monday, April 16th, 2018

A new quasi-parish for Catholics interested in the traditional Latin Mass has been established in Philadelphia by Archbishop Charles Chaput. A quasi-parish is the equivalent of a parish under canon law, with some exceptions. It can later become a parish at the discretion of the local bishop. “In response to a growing interest, it has Read more